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SUPPLEMENT TO THE 
THESAURUS SYRIACUS 

OF R. PAYNE SMITH, S.T.P. 



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SUPTLEMENT TO THE 
THESAUKITS SYKIACUS 

OF R. PAYNE SMITH, S.T.P. 

Formerly Oriental Sub-Librarian of the Bodleian 

Library y then Regius Professor of Divinity 

later Demi of Canterbury 



COLLECTED AND ARRANGED BY 
HIS DAUGHTER 

J. P. MARGOLIOUTH 






OXFORD 

AT THE CLARENDON PRESS 

1927 



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PREFACE 

T^TEITHER a thesaurus nor its supplement can be final, even when 
■^-^ of a dead language; MSS re-appear; new or insufficiently treated 
words come to light ; new theories of interpretation arise. 

Except in a few cases I have omitted (a) notes on the native Lexica, 
as students now have M. Rubens Duval's edition of Bar Bahlul with his 
full and scholarly notes ; (6) dialects, such as Palestinian Syriac and 
Modern Syriac, on which full information is now accessible. 

The following book is compiled (a) from collections, left by my 
father for this purpose, of words from books published too late for use 
in the earlier parts of his work ; (6) from corrections and lexicographical 
theories in magazines, such as the Journal Asiatique and the Zeitschrift 
der Deiitschcu Morgenlandischcn Gesellschaft ; (c) from glossaries and separate 
words noted by many editors of Syriac MSS, e. g. Dr. Wright's glossary 
to Kalilali-tv-D'hmiali ; Dr. G. Hoffmann's invaluable geographical study on 
Acts of the Martyrs ; the notes of M. Chabot in his llecueil de Synodes 
Nestor lens ; the full and valuable footnotes to Sir E. A. Wallis Budge's 
Ilistoria Monastica ; (d) from notes kindly given to me by various scholars, 
such as those of Bishop Maclean on liturgical and ritual matters : and 
from references supplied by Messrs. E. W. Brooks, F. Nau, R. Gottheil, 
and A. Mingana. Of especial value are the references from M. Rubens 
Duval's copy of the Thesaurus, acquired after his lamented death by 
M. l'Abbe Hyvernat, who most kindly sent this copy for my use before 
adding it to his library, (e) Naturally I have excerpted various books, 
aided by my husband, who has been my constant referee throughout. 
Sir E. A. W. Budge allowed me the use of his fine MS., the Butyrum 
Sapientiae of Bar Hebraeus, still unpublished, and of his Book of Medicine 
before publication. 

My thanks are due to the Delegates of the Clarendon Press for 
allowing the publication of this supplemental volume. Warm thanks 



viii PREFACE 

are also due to the past and present readers and compositors of the 
Press for their great interest, skill, and attention, especially to Mr. Ulric 
Gantillon for many a scholarly suggestion. Dr. A. Mingana has had the 
kindness to read proofs and make invaluable corrections and suggestions. 
My father's constant desire, in which I associate myself, is that 
the present wider study of the Syriac language may result in increased 
attention to versions of Holy Scripture in this language, especially to 
Mrs. Lewis's valuable discovery, in the Convent Library of Mount Sinai, 
of a more ancient version of the Gospels than the Peshito, itself existing 
in older MSS than any Greek text. 

JESSIE PAYNE MARGOLIOUTH. 
Oxford, June, 1927. 



ABBREVIATIONS OF BOOKS QUOTED 



Act. Apos. Apoc. Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles, etl. W. Wright. London, 1871. 
Ahikar The Story of Ahikar from the Syriac, Arabic, Armenian, Ethiopic. 

Greek, and Slavonic versions, ed. F. C. Conybeare, J. Rendel Harris, 

and Agnes Smith Lewis. London, 1898. 
Ahrens & Kriiger Die sogenannte Kirchengeschichte des Zacharias Rhetor. K. Ahrens, 

G. Kriiger. Leipzig, 1899. 
AKGW. Abhandlungen der Koniglichen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften. 

Gottingen. 
Al'ykham AFykham sen Linguae et Artis Metricae Syrorum Institutiones. 

F. Gabriel Cardahi. Rome, 1880. 
Alexis. La Logende Syriaque de St. Alexis, ed. A. Amiaud. Paris, 1889. 

Alex. -Lied. • Das Syrische Alexanderlied, ed. C. Hunnius. ZDMG. lx. 169. 

A.M.B. Acta Martyrum et Sanctorum, ed. P. Bedjan. i-vii. Paris, 1890-7. 

Amel. or Amelinoau La Goographie de l'^gypte a lepoque Copte. E. Amelineau. 

Paris, 189;). 
An. Syr. Analecta Syriaca, ed. P. de Lagarde. Leipzig, 1858. 

Anecd. Syr. Anecdola Syriaca, ed. J. P. N. Land. Leyden, 1862-75. 

Ant. Pair. Eine Syrische Liste Antiochenischer Patriarchen. Bruno Meissner. 

WZKM. viii. 404, 1894. 
Aplir, The Homilies of Aphraates, ed. W. Wright, London, 1869. Syriac 

paging refers to this edition ; Arabic numerals to D. I. Parisot's 

edition, Patr. Syr. i. 1894. 
Apis The Book of the Bee, ed. E. A. Wallis Budge. Oxford, 1886. 

Apollinarist. Apollinaristische Schriften, ed. J. Flemming & H. Liebmann. 

Berlin, 1904. 
Arist. Cat. The Categories of Aristotle. Brit. Mus. Add. 14658. 

Arist. Apol. The Apology of Aristides, ed. J. Rendel Harris. Cambridge, 1891. 

Ar.PflnN. Aramaische Pllanzennamen von Imm. Low. Leipzig, 1881. 

Ar.FischN. Aramaische Fischnnmen. Von 1. Low in Niild. F. S. 

Azazail Histoiro de S. Azazail. Paris, 1902. BibL de FJ^cole des Hautes 

Etudes, fasc. 141. 
BA. Bar Ali, quoted Thes. Syr. passim. See Lexx. Cod. Goth. id. from 

a MS. at Gotha, ed. G. Hoffmann. Kiel, 1874, 
Babai Babai Senior, Archimandrita. C. S. Xt. Or. Serie ii, tt. 61, (52. 

Bahira A Christian Bahira Legend. R. Gottheil, ZA. xiii. 

Badger, Nestorians The Nestorians and their Rituals, by Rev. G. P. Badger. London, 

1852. 
Bar Ce. Moyses Bar Kepha. C. S. Xt. Or. Serie ii, tt. 77-82. 

Bar Choni or Khoni Theodore b. Choni. See Cosmog. Manicheenne ; also quoted in 

Pognons Ilippoc. q.v. 
Barhad. Mar Barhadbsabba d'Arbaya, Evoque de llahvan. Cause de la Fon- 

dation des Ecoles, ed. Mar Addai Scher, Patr. Or. t. iv. fasc. 4. 

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x ABBREVIATIONS OF BOOKS QUOTED 

Bar Penk. Bar Penkaye : Sources Syriaques, Vol. i, ed. A. Minima. Mosul, 1906. 

Bar Sal. in Lit. Dionysius Bar Salibi. Expositio Liturgiae. C, S. Xt. Or. Ser. ii, 1. 93. 
B. or Bar Sud. Stephen Bar Sudaili, the Syrian Mystic, ed. A. L. Frothingham. 

Ley den, 1880. 
Batt. Const. Omelia di Giacorno di Sarug sul Battesimo di Constantino Imperatore, 

ed. A. Frothingham, R.A.L. cclxxix. Rome, 1882. 
BB. Bar-Bahlul : see Lexx. DBB. id., ed. Rubens Duval. Paris, 

1888 11)01. 
BIT. Gregorins Bar-Hebraeus. 

BH.Carm. Carmina ed. Scebabi. Rome, 1877. 

BILCol. Liber Columbae, ed. G. Cardahi. Rome, 1898. 

BIL Chron. Chronicon Syriacum, ed. P. Bedjan. Paris, 181)0. 

BH.Chron.Eccl. Chronicon Ecclesiasticurn, ed. J. B. Abbeloos & T. J. Lamy. 

Lou vain, 1872. 
BII.Eth. Ethicon sen Moralia, ed. P. Bedjan. Paris, 1898. 

BH. in — Des Gregorius Abulfarag Anmerkungen zu den Salomonischen 

Schrifton, A. Rahlfs, Leipzig, 1887; Scholia in Ruth & Apoc. 

Danielis. ed. A. Heppner, 1 888; in Epistulas Paulinas, Maximilianus 

Loehr, 1881); in Leviticum, G. Kerber, 1895. 
BII.Gram. (Euvres Grammaticalos d' AbouT Farad j dit Bar Hebreus, ed. 

1'Abbe Martin. Paris, 1872. 
BH. Nom. Nomocanon, ed. P. Bedjan. Paris, 1898. 

BH. de PI. A List of Plants and their Properties. From the Menarat Kudhse of 

Bar Ebhraya. ed. R. J. H. Gottheil. 
BH. de Sap. Carmen de Divina Sapientia. Rome, 1880. 

BH. Stories The Laughable Stories collected by Bar-Hebraeus, ed. E. A. Wallis 

Budge. Luzac's Semitic Text and Translation Series. Vol. i. 
B. Nin. Rogation of the Ninovites. Press of the Archbishop's Assyrian 

Mission. Urmi, 1896. 
BookofShem Some Early Judaeo Christian Documents in the John Rylands 

Library. A. Mingana. Bulletin of the above Library, Vol. iv. 1917. 
Brev. Ant. Syr. Breviarium juxta Ritum Ecclesiae Antiochenae Syroruni tt. i.-iii. 

Mosul, 1880. 
Brev. Chald. Breviarium Chaldaicum, ed. P. Bedjan i — III - Paris, 1888. 

Brev. Chald., Maclean A MS. copy of the same, references supplied by Bp. Maclean. 
Brief Xti Der vom Ilimmel gefallene Brief Christi. Max Bittner. Vienna, 1900. 

Brit. Mus. Or. British Museum Oriental MSS. No. 1593 is a MS. of Chimie, q. v. 

Brook's Chron. A Syriac Chronicle of the year 840, ed. E. W. Brooks, ZDMG. Ii. 
Brook's Chron. Can. The Chronological Cnnon of James of Edessa, ZDMG. liii. 
But. Sap. BH. Butyrum Sapientiae : MS. belonging to Sir E. A. Wallis Budge 

containing Economica, Ethicon, Isagoge, Logica, Nat. Hist., Peri 

Hermenias, Philosophia, Politica, Theologia. 
Byz. Zt. Byzantiner Zeitschrift, ed. Karl Krumbacher, Leipzig. 

Can. J. Tell Canones Johannis bar Cursus, Teliae Mauzalat Episcopus, ed. 

C. Kubercyk. Leyden, 1901. 
Card. Thes. i.q. Poet. Syr. q. v. 

Catholicos The Catholicos of the East and His People, by A. J, Maclean and 

W. H. Browne. S.P.C.K. 1892. 



ABBREVIATIONS OF BOOKS QUOTED xi 

Cat. Cod. Syr. Catalogue of Syriac MSS. in the Bodleian Library. R. Payne Smith, 

Oxford, 1865. 
Caus. Caus. Das Buch von der Erkenntniss der Wahrheit oder der Ursache aller 

Ursachen. C. Kayser. Leipzig, 1889. 
CB.M. Catalogue of Syriac MSS. in the British Museum. W. Wright. 

London, 1870. 
Charms i. q. Protection, q. v. Also Congr. Or. xi, sect. 4. Paris, 181)8. 

Chast. Le Livre de la Chastete par Jesusdenah Eveque de Bacrah, ed. 

J.-B. Chabot. Home, .189(5. 
Chimie L'AIehimio Syriaque, t. ii, La Chimie an Moyen Age par M. Bertholet, 

avec la collaboration de M. Rubens Duval. Paris, 1898. 
Chron Min. Chronica Minora, ed. Guidi, Brooks, Chabot. C. S. Xt. Or. Serie 

iii, t. 4. 
Cong. Or. Congres International des Orientalistes. 

C. S. Xt. Or. Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium. Paris. 

Cosmog. Manicheenne La Cosmogonie Manicheenne d'apres Theodore bar Khoni, 

ed. F. Cumont. Brussels, 1908. 
Coupes Inscriptions MandaTtes des Coupes de Khouabir. II. Pognon. 

Paris, 1898. 
Cyrillona Die Gedichte des Cyrillona, ed. J. Bickell, ZDMG. xxvii. 

DBB. See BB. 

De Astrolabe Severus Sebokht de Astrolabe, ed. F. Nan. Journ. As. 1903. 

De Goeje B. Feestbundel aan Prof. M. J. de Goeje. Leyden, 1891. 

Dion. Chronique Syriaque de Denys de Tell-Mahre, ed. J.-B. Chabot. 

Paris, 1895. 
Dion. Ined. Dionysii Inedita. F. Nau in R.O.C. ii (1897). 

Diosc. Pedanii Dioscoridis De Materia Medica. Leipzig, 1829. 

Diosc. ed. Nau Ilistoire de Dioscore, Patriarche d'Alexandrie, ed. F. Nau, Journ. 

As. 1903. 
Doc. Mon. Documenta ad Origines Monophysitarum illustrandas, ed. J.-B. Chabot. 

C. S. Xt. Or. Ser. ii, t. 37. 
Dozy Supplement aux Dictionnaires Arabes. M. Dozy. Leyden, 1881. 

Duval, Gr. Traite de Grammaire Syriaque par Rubens Duval. Paris, 1881. 

Ebed J. Card. Paradisus Eden, ed. P. J. Cardahi. Bey rout, 1889. Cf. Par. 

Eden. 
El. Nis. Eliae Nisibeni interpres in Lag. Praet. Miss. q. v. Gottingen, 1879. 

El. Nis. Chron. Eliae Metropolitae Nisibeni Opus Chronologicum, ed. E. W. Brooks, 

C. S. Xt. Or. Ser. iii, t. ii. Paris, 1810. 
El. Nis. Gram. A treatise on Syriac Grammar by Mar Elia of Soba, ed. R. Gottheil. 

Berlin, 1887. 
El. Tirhan Syrische Grammatik des Mar Elias von Tirhan, ed. Fr. Baethgen. 

Leipzig, 1880. 
Ephr. ed. Bick. Carmina Nisibena, ed. G. Bickell. Leipzig, 1$$(\. 
Ephr. ed. Lainy S 4i Ephraemi Syri Hymni et Sermones, ed. Th. J. Lamy. Mechlin, 

1882-1902. 
Ephr. Jos. Ilistoire Complete de Joseph, par St. Ephrem. Poeme. Paris, 1891. 

Ephr. Ref. S. Ephrainvs Prose Refutations of Mani, Marcion and Bardaisan, 

ed. C. W. Mitchell. London, 1912. 
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xii ABBREVIATIONS OF BOOKS QUOTED 

Epiph. Epijmanius de Mensuris et Ponderibus, ed. Lagarde. Gottingen, 

1880. 
Eransahr Eransahr, nach der Geographic des Pseudo-Moses Xorenaci, Marquart, 

AKGW. 1001. 
Eus. ed. Maclean The Ecclesiastical History of Eusebius in Syriac, ed. W. Wright & 

N. Maclean. Cambridge, 1898. 
Fils Jon. Les Fils de Jonadab fils de Rechab & les Isles Fortunees Jac. Edes., 

ed. F. Nau. Paris, 1881). 
Flor. Vogue Florilegium, dedin a M. le Marquis de Vogue. Paris, 1909. 

Fremd.W. Die Aramaischen Fremdworter im Arabischen von Siegmund Fraenkel. 

Leyden, 188<>. 
Galen Proben der Syrischen Uebersetzung von Galen us' Schrift Uber die 

einfaehen IleilmitteL A. Merx, ZDMG. xxxix. 
G. Busame Ganath Busamo = the (harden of Delights. A Commentary on Holy 

Scripture. Brit. Mas. MS. 
Gaza or Gezza E.-Syr. Service Book of variable anthems and hymns. 

Geop. Geoponicon in sermonem Syriac um versorum quae supersunt, ed. 

P. de Lagarde. Leipzig, 1800. 
Georg. Ar. Die Astronomischen Briefe Georgs des Araberbischofs, ed. V. Kyssel. 

ZA. viii. 18'j:j. 
Gest. Alex. The History of Alexander tlie (heat, being the Syriac version of 

Pseudo-Callisthenes, ed. E. A. Wall is Budge. Cambridge, 1889. 
G.G.A. Gottinger Gelehrte Anzeigen. 

Greg. Carm. Sti. Gregorii Theologi Liber Carminum, ed. P. J. Bollig. Pars II, 

ed. II. Gismondi. Beyrout, 1895. 
Greg, of Cyprus. Gregory of Cyprus, Rylands Library MS. 42. 
II. and Brooks or Hamilton and Brooks. See Zacli. Rhetor. 
Ilebr. or Hebraica Hebraica, a Quarterly Journal of Hebrew Study. Chicago. 
Ilex. Versio Ilexaplaris. 

Hippoc. Une Version Syriaque des Aphorismes dTIippocrates, ed. II. Pognon. 

Leipzig, 1903. 
Hist. B.V.M. The History of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the History of the 

Likeness of Christ, ed. E. A. Wallis Budge. Luzac's Semitic Text 

and Translation Series. Vol. iv. 
Hist. Edesse Histoire d'Edesse jusqu' a la Premiere Croisade. Rubens Duval. 

Paris, 1897. 
Hist. Mon. The Book of (Governors ; the Ilistoria Monastica of Thomas, Bishop 

of Marga, ed. E. A. Wallis Budge. London, 189:5. 
Hist. Rabban Hormizd The Histories of Rabban Hormizd, the Persian, and Rabban 

Bar Tdta, ed. E. A. Wallis Budge. Luzac's Semitic Text 
and Translation Series. Vols, ix, x, xi. 
Hormizd The Life of Rabban Hormizd. A metrical discourse, by Wahle 

surnamed Sergius of Adhorbaijan, ed. E. A. Wallis Budge. 

Berlin, 1894. 
Hultsch See Metrologie. 

Ined. Syr. Inedita Syriaca, ed. E. Sachau. Vienna, 1870. 

Inscript. Sem. Inscriptions Semitiques de la Syrie, de la Mesopotamia et de la 

Region de Mossoul. Pognon. Paris, 1907. 



ABBREVIATIONS OF BOOKS QUOTED xiii 

Is. Ant. S, Isaaci Antioclieni opera omnia, ed. G. Bickell. Giessen, 1878. 

Is. Nin. B. Mar Isaacus Ninivita de Perfectione Religiosa. ed. P. Bedjan. 

Leipzig, 1900. 
Is. Nin. Cli. or Ghabot. De Isaaci Ninivitae Vita, Script is ct Doctrina: accedunt tres 

sermones, ed. J.-B. Cliabot. Louvain, 1892. 
Ishodad The Commentaries of Ishodad of Merv, ed. Margaret Dunlop Gibson. 

Ilorae Semiticae X. Cambridge, 1913. 
Isoyahb Iso'yahb III Patriarchae Liber Epistularum, ed. Rubens Duval. 

C. S. Xt. Or. Ser. ii, t. (>4. Paris, 1905. 
Ishoyahb Lett. The Book of Consolations or the Pastoral Epistles of Mar Isho-Yahb 

of Kuphlana in Adiabene, ed. Philip Scott-Moncrieff. Luzae's 

Semitic Text and Translation Series. 
JAOS. Journal of the American Oriental Society. 

J. As. or Journ. As. Journal Asiatique. 
Jab. or Jabal. Vies de Mar Jab- Alalia, de trois autres Patriarches et de quelques 

laiques Nestoriens. ed. P. Bedjan. Leipzig, 1893. 
Ilistoire de Mar Jab-Alaha et de Raban Sauma, ed. P. Bedjan. 

Paris, 1888. The refs. are to the 2nd edition. 
Jac. Edes. in Arist. Jacobus Edessenus in Cat-. Aristotelis. ed. Schiller. 

— — Can. Die Canones Jacobs von Edessa, ed. C. Kayser. Leipzig. 188G. 
Hex. Etudes sur lTIexamoron de Jacques d'Edesse. A. Hjelt, llelsingfors 

1802. 

Resol. Dissertatio de Syrorum Fide et Disciplina in Re Eucharistica : 

Joannis Telensis Resolutiones Canonicae Syriacae. T. J. Lamy. 
Louvain, 1909. 
Jac. Sar. Horn. Ilomiliae Selectae Mar Jacobi Sarugensis, ed. P. Bedjan. Paris, 

1905-8. 
Jesus-Sabran Ilistoire de Jesus-Sabran par Jesus- Yahb d'Adiabene, ed. J.-B. Chabot : 

Archives des Missions Scientifiques vii. 
Jo. Tell. Het Leven van Johannes van Telia, ed. Kleyn. Leiden, 1882. 

Jos. ed. Engel Die Geschichte Josephs, ed. Meier Engel. Berlin, 1895. 

Jos. N arses Ilomiliae Mar-Narsetis in Joseph, ed. P. Bedjan. Leipzig, 1901. 

Jos. ed. Weinberg Die Geschichte Josefs angeblich verfasst von Basilius dem Grossen 

aus Ciisaria. Magnus Weinberg. Halle, 1893. 
Joseph us VI. Das soehste Buch des Bellum Judaicum, ed. II. Kottek. Berlin, 

188<>. 
Jo. Eph. Third Part of the Ecclesiastical History of John of Ephesus, ed. 

W. Cureton, Oxford, 1853. 
Jos. Styl. The Chronicle of Joshua the Stylite, ed. W. Wright. Cambridge, 

1882. 
J.R.A.S. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. 

Jul. Hoff. Julianos dor Abtrunnige : Syrische Erzahlungen, ed. J. G. E. Hoffmann. 

Leiden. 1880. 
K-w-Dim. or Kal-w-Dim. The Book of Kalilali & Dimnah, ed. W. Wright. Oxford. 

1884. 

— — e< ]. Bick. Kalilag und Dimnag. G. Bickell. Leipzig, 1876. 

Lag. Agathangelos. A.K.G.W., Vol. 35: Arm. Stud. Armenische Studien, id. Vol. 
xxii. 



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ABBREVIATIONS OF BOOKS QUOTED 



Lag. G. A. Gesammelte Abhandlungen von Paul de Lagarde. Leipzig, 1886. 

— Praet. Miss. Praetermissorum e recognitione ejusdem. Gottingen, 1879. 

— Symm. Symmicta ejusdem. Gottingen, 1877, 

L.E.S. Lives of the Eastern Saints, ed. E. W. Brooks, Patr. Or. t. xvii. 

fasc. 1, t. xviii. fasc. 5, t. xix. fasc. 2. 
Lexx. The Syro-Arabic Lexica of Jesus Bar AH, Jesus Bar Bahlul and 

another, known as Hunt. clxx. 
Lidzb. or id. Handb. Handbuch dor Nofdsemitischen Epigraphik von Mark Lidzbarski. 

Weimar, 1898. 
Nestoriana, die Fragmente des Nestorius, ed. Fr. Loofs. Halle, 



Loof's Nest. 

Maclean 

— Diet. 

Mand. Gram. 
Mar Aba II. 

Mar Bassus 

Mar Benj. 
Mar Kardagh 



Mar. Marc. 

Marquart 

Mart. Luc. 

Mans. 

Med. 

Merx. Gram. 

Metrologie 

Mich. Syr. 

Mon. Syr. 

M. or Mt. Singar 

M.Z. 

Nars. ed. Ming. 

N arses W. 
Natur 

Nest. Chrest. 
Nest. Herac. 
N. Hist. 



Tlie Right Rev. A. J. Maclean, Bishop of Moray, Koss, and Caithness. 

Head of the Archbishop's Mission to Assyrian Christians, 1886-91. 
A Dictionary of the Dialects of Vernacular Syriac. A. J. Maclean. 

Oxford, 1901. 
Mandaische Grammatik, Th. Noldeke. Halle, 1875. 
La Lettre du Catholicos Mar Aba II aux membres de Fecole patriarchalo 

de Seleucie. Congr. Or. xi. Paris, 1898. 
La Logende de Mar Bassus, martyr Persan, ed. J.-B. Chabot. Louvain, 

1893. 
La Vie de Mar Benjamin. V. Scheil, Z.A. xii. 
Acta Mar Kardaghi, ed. J. B. Abbeloos. Brussels, 1890. Die 

Geschichte Mar Abhdiso und seines J angers Mar Qardagh, ed. 

A. Feige. Kiel, 1890. Quotations are from Feige's edition unless 

otherwise stated. 
La Mort de Mar Marcos, ed. V. Scheil, ZA. xii. 
See Eransahr. 

Martyrium Lucae, ed. F. Nau, K.O.C. iii. 

Biblia Sacra Vers. Pschitta. Dominican Mission. Mausil, 1887. 
The Book of Medicines, ed. E. A. Wallis Budge. Oxford, 1913. 
Historia Artis Gramrnaticae apud Syros. Adalbert Merx. Leipzig, 

1889. 

Griechische und Romische Metrologie, von Fr. Hultsch. Berlin, 

1882. 

Chronique de Michel le Syrien, Patriarche Jacobite d'Antioche 

1106-99, ed. J.-B. Chabot. Paris, 1900. 
Monumenta Syriaca ex Eomanis Codicibus collecta a P. Zingerle. 

Innsbruck, 1809. 
Monte Singar: Storia de un popolo ignoto (Yasidiani). S. Giamil. 

Rome, 1900. 
Msiha-Zkha. Sources Syriaques, Vol. i, ed. A. Mingana. Mosul, 1908. 
Narsai Doctoris Syri Homiliae et Carmina, ed. A. Mingana. Mosul, 

1905. 
Syrische Wechsellieder von Narses, ed. Fr. Feldmann. Leipzig, 1890. 
Das Buch der Naturgegenstande, ed, K. Ahrons. Kiel, 1892. 
Syriac Grammar with Chrestomathy. Dr. E. Nestle. Berlin, 1889. 
Nestorius: Le Livre d'Horaclide, ed. P. Bcdjan. Leipzig, 1910. 
Natural History : part of But. Sap. 



ABBREVIATIONS OF BOOKS QUOTED 



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Nold. F. S. 

— Syr. Gram. 
Odes Sol. 

Op. Nest. 
Or. Xt. 

Ost. Syr. Bisch. 

Pallad. 

P.A.O.S. 
Par. Eden. 

Par. Pat. 

Patr. Or. 

— — iii. 1 

iv. 4 

v. 5 

Pers. Mart. 

Pesh., Psch, 
Pet. lb. 

Phot. 
Philox. 

Philox. de Triii, 

Physiol. 

Pleroph. 

Poet. Syr. 
Probus 

Prognostics 
Protection 

QdhamW. 



K.A.L. 
R.A.S. 
Heg- Mon. 
R.O.C. 



Orientalische Studien Theodor Noldeke gewidmet. Gieszen, 1906. 
Kurzgefasste Syrische Gramniatik. Th. Noldeke. Leipzig, 1880. 
The Odes and Psalms of Solomon, by J. Rendel Harris. Cambridge, 

1911. 
Opuscula Nestoriana, ed. G. Hoffmann. Kiel, 1880. 
Oriens Christianus fur die Kunde des Christlichen Orients. Rome, 

Propaganda, 1902. 
Ostsyrische Bischofe und Bischofsitze im v., vi., und viiten Jahr- 

hunderte. Ig. Guidi, ZDMG. xliii. 
The Book of Paradise : being Histories and Sayings of Monks of the 

Egyptian Desert, ed. E. A. W. Budge. London 1904. 
Proceedings of the American Oriental Society. 
Ebed-Jesu Sobensis Carmina Selecta ex libro Paradisus Eden, ed. 

II. Gismondi. Beyrout, 1888. 
Liber qui inscribitur Paradisus Patrum, ed. O. F. Tullberg. Upsala, 

1851. 
Patrologia Orientalis, ed. R. Graflin & F. Nau. Paris. 
Ilistoires d'Ahoudemmeh et deMarouta suivies duTraite sur rilomme, 

ed. F. Nau. 
See Bar had. 

Logon des Syriaques, ed. F. Nau, 1910. 
Auszuge aus Syrischen Akten Persischer Martyrer von G. Hoffmann. 

Leipzig, 1880. 
Peshito or Pschitta Version of the O. T. 
Petrus dor Iberer : Syrische Ubersetzung einer urn das Jahr 500 

verfassten Griechischen Biographie, ed. R. Raabe. Leipzig, 1895. 
Historia Sti. Mar Pethion, ed. J. Corluy. Brussels, 1886. 
The Discourses of Philoxenus, Bishop of Mabbogh, a.d. 485-519, ed. 

E. A. Wallis Budge. London, 1894. 
Philoxenus de Trinitate et Incarnatione, ed. A. Vaschalde, C. S. Xt. 

Or. Serie ii, t. 27. 
Physiologus sen Historia Animalium xxxii. O. G. Tychsen. Rostock, 

1795. 
Les Plerophories de Jean, Eveque de Maiouma, ed. F. Nau, Patr. Or., 

t. vii. fasc. 1. M. Nau's notes are in R. O. C. iii. 
Liber Thesauri de Arte Poetica Syrorum. I). G. Cardahi. Rome, 1880. 
Le Traito du Philosophe Syrien Probus sur les Premiers Analytiques 

d'Aristote par A. van Hoonacker. Journ. As. 1900. 
The Prognostics of Daniel. Brit. Mus. Or. 2084. 
The Book of Protection: being a Collection of Charms, by Hermann 

Gollancz. London, 1912. 
The Book of Qdhamu Wathai™ Before and After, i.e. Daily Offices of 

the East-Syrian Church. At the Press of the Archbishop's Mission. 

Urmi, 1892. 
Reale Accademia dei Lincei. Rome. 
The Royal Asiatic Society, Journal of. London. 

Regulae Monasticae Saec. vi, ed. J.-B. Chabot. Rome 1898. R.A.L. 
Revue de FOrient Chretien. Paris. 



xvi ABBREVIATIONS OF BOOKS QUOTED 

Kylands MS. MSS. in the John Rylands Library, Manchester. 

Sassanidi Un nuovo testo siriaco sulla Storia degli ultimi Sassanidi, ed. 

Ig. Guidi. Congr. Or. viii. ; also Chronica Minora, C. S. Xt. 

Or. Serie iii, t. 2. 
Schatzh. Die Schatzhohle, ed. Carl Bezold. Leipzig, 1883. 

Schul thess Probe Probe einer Syrisclien Version der Vita Sti. Antonii von Fr. Schnl hess. 

Leipzig, 181)4. 
S. C. L. Collection of Letters of Severus of Antioch, ed. E. W. Brooks, 

Patr. Or. xiv. 
8. Dan. History of Mar Daniel the Healer, Brit. Mus. Or. 4404. 

Sette Dorm. 1 Sette Dormienti di Efeso. Ig. Guidi, R.A.L. eclxxxii. 1805. 

Sev. Ant. Horn. Les Homiliao Cathodrales de Severe d'Antioche trad. Syr. inedite de 

Jacques d'Edesse, ed. K. Duval, Patr. Or. t. iv. fasc. 1, t. viii. fasc. 2. 
Sev. Ant. Hymns The Hymns of Severus and others in the Syriac version of Paul of 

Edessa as revised by James of Edessa, ed. E. W. Brooks, Patr. Or. 

t. vi. fuse. 1, t. vii. fasc. 5. 
— — Vit. Vie de Severe, Patriarche d'Antioche 512-511), par Zaeharie le 

Scholastique, ed. M.-A. Kugener, Patr. Or. t. ii. fasc. 1, et par 

Jean, Superieur du Monastere de Beith-Aphtonia, ib. t. iii. fasc. 3. 
Sev. Lett. The Sixth Book of the Select Letters of Severus Patriarch of 

Antioch, ed. E. W. Brooks. Text and Translation Society. 

London, 11)02. 
S. George Brit. Mus. Or. 4404. 

S. Maris Acta S. Maris, ed. J.-B. Abbeloos. Brussels, 18S5. 

S. Pelag. Acta S. Pelagiac, ed. J. Gildemeister. Bonn, 1870. 

Sindban Sindban oder die Sieben Weisen Meister. Fr. Baethgen. Leipzig, 

1871). 
Stat. Schol. Nis. Statuta Scholae Nisibenae in Giornale della Societii Asiatica Italiana, 

Vol. iv. (181)0). 
Stud. Sin. Studia Sinaitica, ed. Agnes Smith Lewis and Margaret Dunlop Gibson. 

Cambridge University Press, 181)4 HUG. 
Stud. Syr. Studia Syriaca seu Collectio Documentorum hactenus Ineditorum ex 

Codicibus Syriacis. Ignatius Ephr. II. Kahrnani. Mt. Lebanon, 

1904. 
Syn. IIEph. Secunda Synodus Ephesia, S. G. F Perry. Oxford, 1875. 

Syn* Or. Synod icon Oriental e on Recueil de Sy nodes Nestoriens. J.-B. Chabot. 

Paris, 11)02. 
Syr. Rom. Rechtsb. Syrisch-Romisches Rechtsbuch, von K. G. Bruns mid Ed. Sachau. 

Leipzig, 1880. 
Tabari Geschichto der Perser und Araber zur Zeit der Sasaniden aus der 

Arabischen (Tironik des Tabari. Tli. Nfddeke. Leyden, 1871). 
Takhsa The Liturgy of the Holy Apostles Adai and Mari with two additional 

Liturgies and the Older of Baptism. Urmi at the Press of the 
Archbishop of Canterbury's Mission, 1800. 
Talm. The Talmud. 

Tekkaf Das Gedicht Tekkaf TArestotalis, ed. S. Samuel. Halle, 1*1)3. 

Test. Drii. Teshimentum Domini Nostri Jesu Christi, ed. Ignatius Ephraem 

Rahmani Patriarcha Antiochenus Syrorum. Melz, 181)1). 



ABBREVIATIONS OF .BOOKS QUOTED 



XV li 



Test. Ephr. 
Theod. Mops. 

— -— in Jo. 

Tim. I. 

T.L.Z. 

Tristram 

Vit. Mon. 
Ward a 

WZKM. 

Yezidis 

ZA. 

Zach. Rhetor. 

Zach. or Zach, 

Zach. Bull. 



ZDMG. 



Le Testament de Saint Ephrem. Rubens Duval. Journ. As. 1901. 
Theodori Mopsuesteni Fragmenta Syriaca. ed. E. Sachau. Leipzig, 

1869. 
Commentarius Theodori Mopsuesteni in Evangelium D. Joannis, ed. 

J.-B. Chabot. Paris, 1897. 
Zwei Synoden des Katholikos Timotheos I. Prof. Oscar Braun in 

Or. Xt. ii. 
Theologische Literaturzeitung. 
The Natural History of the Bible. II. B. Tristram. S.P.C.K. 

London 18G8. 
Vitae Virorum apud Monophysitas Celeberrimorum, ed. E. W. Brooks. 

C. S. Xt. Or. Sor. iii, t. 25. Leipzig, 1907. 
Hymns of George Warda, MS. belonging to Mr, Athelstan Riley. 

Id. ed. Aladar Deutsch. 
Wiener Zeitschril't fur die Kunde des Morgenlandes. 
Notice sur les Yezidis, ed. J.-B. Chabot. Journ. As. 1898. 
Zeitschril't fur Assyriologie und Verwandte Gebiete. Leipzig. 
The Syriac Chronicle known as that of Zacharias of Mitylene, 

translated by E. J. Hamilton and E. W. Brooks. London, 1899. 
Rhet. Brooks Historia Ecclesiastics Zachariae Rhetori vulgo adscripta, 
ed. E. W. Brooks. C. S. Xt. Or. Serie iii, tt. 5, 6. 
II Testo Siriaco della Descrizione di Roma nella Storia attribuita 

a Zaccaria Retore. Bullet ino della Commissione Archaeologica di 

Roma, fasc. iv. (1884). Roma, 1885. 
Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenliindischen Gesellschaft. Leipzig. 



ABBEEVIATIONS 



abb rev. 


abbreviation, abbreviated. 


Ethpe. 


Ethpeel conjugation. 


abs., absol. 


the absol uto state. 


Ettaph. 


Ettaph'al conjugation. 


ace. 


accusative case. 


ff. 


following. 


act. 


active. 


f., fern. 


feminine gender. 


adj. 


adjective. 


fut. 


future tense. 


adv. 


adverb, adverbial. 


gen. 


gender. 


af., a f. 


a fine. 


geom., geomet. 


in geometry. 


alchem. 


according to alchemists. 


Gr. 


Greek. 


antep. 


antepenultimate. 


gram. 


grammar. 


Aph. 


Aph'el conjugation. 


Ileb. 


Hebrew. 


ap. 


apud. 


Hex. 


in the Hexaplar version of 


Ar., Arab. 


Arabic. 




the 0. T. 


astrol. 


in astrology. 


ib. 


ibidem. 


astron. 


in astronomy. 


imp. 


imperative. 


Assyr. 


Assyrian. 


impers. 


impersonal. 


bp., bpric. 


Bishop, bishopric. 


inf. 


infinitive. 


com. gen. 


common gender. 


in loc. 


on the passage. 


cf. 


confer, compare. 


interj. 


interjection. 


Chald. 


Chaldaic. 


intrans. 


intransitive. 


chem. 


in chemistry. 


i. q. 


idem quod. 


col. 


column, usually referring 


irreg. 


irregular. 




to Thes. Syr. 


Jac. 


Jacobite or West-Syrian. 


coll. 


collectively, collective 


]., 11. 


line, lines. 




noun. 


Lat. 


Latin. 


comp. 


compound. 


lit. 


literally. 


compos. 


in composition. 


Lit., liturg. 


liturgically. 


conj. 


conjugation. 


logic. 


in logic. 


enstr. 


construct state. 


Mand. 


Mandaean. 


contr. 


contracted form. 


m., masc. 


masculine. 


Copt. 


Coptic. 


med. 


in the middle, in medicine. 


corr. 


correct. 


metaph. 


metaphorically. 


denom. 


denominative. 


n. 


note. 


deriv. 


derived, derivative, deriva- 


N. Ileb. 


Neo-Hebrew. 




tion. 


N. Syr. 


Modern Syriac. 


dim., dimin. 


diminutive. 


Nasor. 


Nasoraean. 


eccles. 


ecclesiastical use. 


Nest. 


Nestorian. 


ellipt, 


elliptically. 


opp. 


opposite, opposed to. 


emph. 


emphatic state. 


Pa. 


Pa el conj. 


Eshtaph. 


Eshtaph'al conjugation. 


par. 


paragraph. 


E.-Syr. 


East-Syrian or Assyrian. 


pt., part. 


participle. 


Ethpa. 


Ethpa al conjugation. 


pass. 


passive. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



xix 



Pe. 


Peal conjugation. 




ser. 


series. 


pen. 


penultimate. 




Shaph. 


Shaph' el conjugation. 


perh. 


perhaps. 




sing. 


in the singular number. 


Pers. 


Persian. 




St. 


state. 


pers. 


person. 




suff. 


suffix. 


P i. 


plural. 




Syr. 


Syriac. 


pr.n. 


proper name. 




subst. 


substantive. 


prep. 


preposition. 




Suppl. 


in this Supplement. 


pies. 


present. 




T. or t. 


Tomus. 


pret. 


preterite. 




Thes. Syr. 


Thesaurus Syriac us. 


prob. 


probably. 




trad. 


traduction. 


pron. 


pronoun. 




trans. 


translation. 


ref., refa. 


reference, proof passage. 


Turk. 


Turkish. 


refl. 


reflexive. 




ult. 


last line. 


Rit. 


Ritual, usually of 


the 


var. 


variant reading. 




East-Syrians, some- 


VHh. 


Harklensian version of 




times Jacobite. 






the N.T. 


sect. 


section. 




W.-Syr. 


West-Syrian. 



SUPPLEMENT TO 
THESAURUS SYRIACUS 



Uo9ol?*Oa<ns, the Oasis of Egypt, BHChr. 
'Eccl. 153. 6. I. q. Ja»o/ col. 76. 

»Q»^n ft ^io}( copTaartKa, paschal pi°esents, 
Syn. ii. Eph. 60. 22. Cf. j»kfi-^^)^>o/col.95. 

»^DCu^.(( Aetius, an archdeacon of Con- 
stantinople, BHChr. Eccl. 177. 1. 

Jio^{/ d\6q, aloes, Chimie 5. 14. Cf. JJI(, 
~oll/, and JqX/. 

i\( col. 3. Metaph. an air y appearance, 
Jl^if fit QmN^, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 591. 4. 

%£ooUfl( Aerius, bishop of Zephyrion in 
Cilicia, Nbld. F. S. i. 470. 55. 

)o(, \Lj^( col. 6. fruit crop, \±\) )f'l§ the 
fruits of the season, ripe fruit, Pallad. 619. 4. 

• »^"n Benus, an Egyptian hermit, C. B. M. 
(Gr.) 650 a, he is called ^ Abban, Pallad. 
37i f. 

V^i usually |kod( Abaka, son of Hulagu, 
the Mogul Khan, Jab. 25, 2 and note, 94. pen. 

yw^^/ r pr. n. m. Pers., A.M.B. iv. 221. 

*a( col. 8. Add : o&> +*( " perdite adam- 
avit" Abbeloos, BHChr. Eccl. 585. 6. 

9ouP( name of a village, Anecd. Syr. ii. 
286. 17. 

|^j(UU&i^/ c/38oiif)KOPTa, seventy, Syn. 
Or. 159 ult., with Gloss. ^.Nti.* ^»f *<a->o* 

9op/ Abarsahr, the capital of Khorasan, 
Pers. Mart. 292 ; G. Busame 60. 5 af. 

a^/ col. 10. Add: y^»NwX 9W the stork 
or pelican, Med. 591. 8. 

JJ>co? r col. 10. a reed, tube. Add: Jock<* r 

?7H 



JL^ot?? a bar of go>d, Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 
37. 22. 

Jfciacu»/ r col. 11 f. Add: \lkoi JfcC^co/' 
a holloto reed, Med. 103. 16; )tsoa^)J> mGlS 
bloio powdered drugs through a tube, ib. 1 62. 23. 
The fore-arm oJdi5( *:& U**]^k? )k^co( 
ib. 131. 12; J£i>(? J&>od( a leaden catheter, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 223. 22, 26, ZA. xi. 212. 
PI. \\&z£*\ v fcs^wt three water pipes, BHChr. 
Eccl. 839. 30. 

|oji.icL2>( tubular, hollow, cuttle-fish have 

]Jaicu2>r l&i<» N. Hist. vii. 2. 2; JfcL£! 

6 
\ }Z A^ *^ 9 hollow- stemmed pi ant s, ib. vi. 2. 3. 

• o^^o-d/ an alembic. Do»_&ot— > ♦— sof 
yCL^CL2>)o omoo^o Brit. Mus. Or. 1593. 
35 r, this is a manuscript of La Chimie au 
Moyen Age. 

jflaW^pr. n. m. Pers. Abuzard, Mar Bassus 
xii. Syr. 1, 91. 

J^^^cl^( f] nobdypa, gout, Diosc. ed. Nau 
94. 9, 299. not. 2. Usually written J^?ck. 

wCd/ pr. 11. ra. Abui, Mich. Syr. ii. fasc. ii. 
315. b. 4 af. = transl. 255. a 16 note. 

Jlco/^col. n. U^*=> jbo**» ^'^^ dark 
columns in heaven, N. Hist. v. 4. 3 ; an en- 
trance, porch; Jfc^co? r f. the same, Jfc^kCp/' 
om^os? )L'»fi^f Hist. Mon. 1. 320. 21. 

f»co/ *AnavapKTiK7}vr), a district and town 
north of Khorasan on the border of Russia, 
Syn. Or. 109. 6, Pers. Mart. 291, f., ZDMG. 
xliii. 403. 5. 

f J*a=>/ pr. n. m. Pers. A.M.B. iv. 239. 

B 



r*b\Gar< 



r^L^A\a\f< 



Ji»/ pi. )\&=>i col. 12. m. i) a bricklayer s 
rule, ref. im^of ]ic^/, Is. Ant. ii. 112. 14. 
2) JL'clW 1>1. jLaS^from \L} 7 father. Advocacy, 
pleading or defence in a court of law, with 
♦J^ w!&-^ ?o_~)^?. Is. Ant. ii. 100. 1, 5. 
Lat. patrocinium. 

1^l^>i should be ]^>J^W Pers. i_>Ll*1 the 

Mm, ^p>\^2>( JotfiOfOS jdUfc^kd )^i^io£)? JLoL^CLA,, 

Anecd. Syr. iv. 9. 2. 

JUctof col. 14. an Ebionite, ref. Eus. ed. 
McLean 415. 7, pi. J^jcui>/ ib. 

ILs/ Abila, a bishopric in Syria, De Goeje 
B. 64. 11. 

^aAo/ Abilius, third bishop of Alex- 
andria, K.O.C. i. 401. 16. 

w0oo»i9>^/ Epiphanivs, Ant. Pair. 295. 3 af. 

pn.»->( Abikam, the name which Ahikar 
took in Egypt, Ahikar Xj. 8, 11, ^ao. 1,6, &c. 

;_iLS/, r Heb. *i?2l Abikar, 1 Chron. vi. 5, 
i.q. *Jii> verse 5r, Bukki, Lxx. Bokki, BHChr. 
Eccl. 10 pen. 

a^fcw^f or ook**.^ a village and monastery, 
C.B.M. 706a, Doc. Mon. 162. 10. 

AQAd/ Mar Abkos, a monk in the monas- 
tery of Kabkennare, Journ. As. 1906, in. 1. 

^■=»( col. 15. Example of act. part, with 
pron. sufF. yoa^f UJL^ I i\i>/ «-r> lil^D 
I remained lamenting your sufferings, Isoyabh, 
ed. Duval, 91. 15. 

JI^( m. the pole of a bier or litter, Hist. 
B.V.M, 113. 5, 129. 16 bis. 

»m a . ^ jJL^/ Ablavius, a Byzantine com- 
mander-in-chief, A.M. B. iv. 294, ^ y^\^ / 
father of Olympias, Pallad. 202. 5. I. q. 
^oU^JJo/ col. 16. 

i*^ c> \*> ( a^roXoyta, name of a book by 
Severus, C.B.M. 911. a. 

J^alV "Afivofia, the Black Forest, Jac. 
Edes. Hex. 34. n. 

J^J&J^rcol. 18. Refs. «jj ©/' i „Jilm=>r 
JkuxJo/* the A vesta or Zend-Avesta, A.M.B. 
ii. 576. 12, 579. 19, 589- i5> Phet. 26. 7. 

)l^r col. 19. Zmri. To 1. 16 add: Jj^/ 
U*/ Uo/, Kal-w-Dim. 19. 8. To 1. 23, 
U^( kflocuo^, Chimie 3. 2 ; it. aw ^/ 



" molybdochalque, 2 J l° tu b cu 'i vre >" ib. 4. 1 ; 
♦JDoi? )ti/ r Med. 82. 1. 

)*2>/ col. 19. feathers, JL'^( owe feather, 
Med. 591. 17. 

*mi{^>/ P N. Hist. vii. 4. 3, a mistake for 
■ **-^q(j-*( appalls, bream, a Nile fish, Ar. 
Fisch N. 41. 

fcsJJ^Doi^f itt <Ae manner of Abraham, i.e. 
hospitably, Pet. Ib. 46. 14. 

)JL*>oiir>^ Abrahamic, BHGr. 1. 55. 4, 
l^or*-W t-^a-^, B. Sal. in Lit. 73. 12, 
jl^oip/ Jk~A*s?, 4 Mace. 60. 2. 

*o>6^( pr. n. Pers. Jab. 232. 10. 

ifla*x»ojo;3/ oPpvfaats, the testing of gold, 
Chimie 282, not. 1, 285. not. 2. 

yOl+j$( oftpv&v, cupellation, Chimie 4. 4. 

\j+s>( Abarne, hot springs in N. Meso- 
potamia. \j+z>lf )k>..w».vw>, Jos. Styl. 28. 8, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 210. 7, Jac. Edes. Chron. Can. 
295, Dion. Ined. 463. 1. 

9om^^(, j-^J->\ Abrasahr, a diocese m 
Khorasan, Syn. Or. 34. 21, 37. 3, 43. 19, 
ZDMG. xliii. 396. 13, 398. 17, 401. 6. 

oqap/" a drug, Med. 601. 4. 

^cuj^ (^>o)uo^{) Troilos Egeon (Geo- 
nensis) Gelzer Byz. Z. 1903, 127. Chabot 
and Nbldeke think it is 6 Aaylpw, Lagina, 
a bishopric suffragan to Perga, ib. and Nold. 
F. 8. i. 472, 83. 

a©cu>J^/ Agarius or Aetherius, bishop of a 
Spanish city, Nold. F. S. i. 475- M5- 

yl^^/ Aghaban, a town in Greater Armenia, 
BHChr. Eccl. 535- 1. 

jaoQ^^~^y Gagas, a river of Lycia, Chimie 
9. 2. 

)UL^j col. 23. ferula asafoetida, Med. 
310. 14, 312. 1, J^oao/ UCi Sa / r ib. 1. 8, 361. 
J 9> U^J? )£^> ib - 360. 15. 

col. 24, dywyq, right of action, 



15 



o> 



add refs. Syr. Rom. Rechtsb. 29. 9, 
pi. ^Q^/, ib. 18. 3. 

jJJ^o^/' adj. from J^cl^j a channel' 

passages of the nature of ducts descend from 
the peri toneum, N. Hist. vii. 1. 3 infra. 



rCOa.Aj 



cx^nC 



O.irC.irC' 



with o v ayawiVni, to contend, 
agonize, A.M.B. v. 359. paen. 

\ » ft * ,^ m.»,JcL^f opposing ; heroic, JL^ 

^***aL&O0, But. Sap. Philos. 2. 3. 

j»anA^9a^/ and uaDCLojLfcs^ci^y Egyptian, 
Jac. Edes. Hex. 11. 11. 

9 col. 25. f. a /?7tf, ref. J»a-^V 



\&JL 0/ Jklajiaao, Med. 171. 8. 

Jmo^j m. probably an infirmary, hospital, 
Jos. Styl. 38. 3, 15. 

^ajjLaj^a.^/ pr. n. f. Pers. Agusqanus, 
mother of Mar Saba, Mar Bassus xii. 5 Syr. 

U^y pi. of Turk. J^/ Lcl, Agha, master. 
Charms 8^. 6. 

»aa*^/ the Egean Sea, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
3 2 4. 1. 

yCU^y epiov, wool, .cu^jf *Cu^J*> fir}\(OTr) 

(piov, a woollen rvg, A.M.B. iv. 313 ult., 
Chimie 305, cf. .a*^o« ib. 274. For change 
of r to a guttural see Hoffin. ZA. xi. 237, 
xvii. 88. 

%fla *^" an astringent drug, oxiA^Jt ULtf, 
Med. 145. 22, do&ASjJ? JiS^] to be applied to 
loose gums, ib. 175. 22. 

J^^^y Agapetus, Pope, BHChr. Eccl. 
207. 8, incompletely written )&*^ ib. 1. 21, 
209. 1, 13. 

lu^^y descendants of Japheth,Chron. Min. 
355- 10. 

kflpa^idioX^/ Aglaophon, a work on the 
Resurrection by Methodius Bishop of Lycia, 
C.B.M. 917 a . 

yOLoa^l^y col. 27. agallochum, ref. Med. 

60I. 15, LfS^Jb Jy* ^. 

Jll^j Agldidas, name of a lecturer, 
A.M.B. iii. 325. 

.m.mft v> ^^a/ f° r *ft>*mft. N^( col. 27. 
an eclipse of the sun, Anecd. Syr. iii. 225. 1. 

«A^k^ r name of a monastery in the diocese 
of Mardin, B.O. ii. 228. 6 af. 

JuXaa^j col. 28. paludal, belonging to 
marshes, add refs. l^i^^J" U^fioi N. Hist. 
VIU 4' 5' 7 ; Lexx. under JLkl col. 1539. 



a disease of the eyelids which contract 
and turn inwards, Med. 94. 8. 

Ji^/col. 28. Chald. KJJIK a circle, orb, disk, 
Buxtorf., a bowl. Cosmog. Manicheenne 31, 
note 2. 

J^ial^ m. pi. Agnoetae, heretics, C.B.M. 
798 a, 9356. 

wQoa.a.A.m^^/ Hegesippms, Theod. Mops. 
U*. 3. 

^*a.^s^ C0 ^- 2 9* Agapetxi8. Ilefs. 1^*3^/ 
Pope of Rome, Sev. Ant. Vit, 287 ter., 
1^^/, ib. 281. 3, an*£A^/, Anecd. Syr. ii. 
17. 5, ZDMG. xliii. 395. 2. See i^A*^ 
Suppl. supra. 

k^^/ Ar. CU.9UJI agrimonia eupatorium, 
Med. 602. 7 ; B B. sub .(i*Ja^9o«. 

Itfli.^/ Agraca, a city whence arsenic was 
procured, Chimie 303. ult. 

uaoci, 9)Q;— ^/ 1) Evpconos, Europos, now 
Girbas, on the West side of the Euphrates, 
opp. Kennesrin, C.B.M. 9706, a bpric. under 
Antioch, Sev. Ant. Vit. 319. 10, 325. 9, Or. 
Xt. ii. 270. 282 note 5, but daoo.9o>o/ ib. 275, 
Jos. Styl. 84. 9. Cf. Pers. Mart. 161 sqq. and 
Thes. Syr. ^oo^i^/ 4). 2) Agrippa, nephew 
of Herod the Great, R.O.C. i. 398. 8, *a>a3^ 
1. 9, ^ooao^^l. 6. 3) ypv\^ y a griffin, C.B.M. 
1 192 b. 

U^J one of seven kinds of Syriac writing, 
El. Nis. 96. 75. 

«oa*!^( agaricum, agaric^ kind of fungus, 
Med. 49. 2, 14, 50 ult. 51. 10, 19, 136. 2, 
299. 21, ^.JLj.LcI boletus igniarius, ib. 
601. n. 

r ks-^/ an E.-Syr. bishopric, ZDMG. 
xliii. 395. 8. I.q. ^fc^^, Syn. Or. 36. 16. 

J* ?fc*-^s/ Agathodorus, bishop of I sun ? 
De Goeje B. 65 antep. 

Uwofc^y pr. n. f. Agathonice, Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 258. 3. 

i*aofc^( Akhtamar, an island in Lake Van, 
BHChr. Eccl. 535. 1. 

Ui pr. n. 111. Adal Jab. 314. 6, T, L. Z. 
1894. 2. 43. 

o?|?/ 6 *A8(iSa>i>, Adada in Pisidia, now 
Kara Bavlo, Nbld. F. S. i. 473. 108. 

B 2 



ooOK'.lr* 



KlAflDjntf' 



u»o{*/ pr. n. ra. Eiwdius, Ant. Patr. 
297. 9 af. 

y-*lu pi*ob. the village Dadih on the 
northern elope of Jebel Riha, ZSVG. 1922. 
172. C.B.M. 706b, 707b; Doc. Mon. 164. 
12, 171. 3. 

sCoYjotiJ col. 34. ahtvts, glands, excrescences, 
such as warts, ref. N. Hist. vii. 1. 6. 

JuJ©W r excrescent } superfluous, \1jg»i(\U&.=> 
)*o£o, N. Hist. vii. 1. 3 infra. Cf. ~f/' below. 

of/ ylcfo, founder of the sect of US'©?( 
Adonaeans or J^^aoof i.e. Mandaeans, Coupes 
ii. 154. 3. 

Jl^off col. 34. 1) an oven, add refs. 
J^ojJJ <*:> A**oocf l^cuio, G. Warda ap. 
Hippoc. iv. 8, ib. vi. 13, but an oven rake or 
bar, JLjqjL? J?o/ gloss, to J^pf /, Warda 246 r. 
2) the abyss of fire, Gehenna, Lexx. under 
^aoo. col. 1021, J4p?JI M^IT \ Tekkaf. 7. 

Jjo?/ dimin. from **?/ r (w^o) Mar Addona, 
Metropolitan of Elam,Chast.59, the monastery 
named after him was in Qardu, ib. 58 ult. 

tttojjoff for AtVc/ap, Aeneas, Gest. Alex. 
30. 2. 

U^off Adonaeans = Mandaeans, from 09 ( 
founder of the sect, Coupes ii. 154. 18. 

~.ioi( for Persian names beginning thus, 
see *?/. 

?«-^ofLafo?/ pr. 11. m. Aderbaruzgard, 
Mar Bafisus xii. 5 Syr. 

jijtojf Adorzahstd, governor of Adiabene 
under Ardasir, M. Z. 31. 74. 

*£o+£io)( adoratores, worshippers, i.e. the 
Magi, G. Busame 64 b. 4, 

o)*aio> ( Adorpareh, governor of Adiabene, 
Jab. 228. 3 af., M.Z. 56. 20. 

Jo^3»of/ J Adarparvja, Mart., A.M.B. ii. 5, 
iv. 171. 

9^jl^909^ 9 Adarferazgard, governor of 
Beit Arabaye, A.M.B. iv. 224. 

i^Lioil' Adorshag, a mobed, A.M.B.iv. 131. 

Ju?V perh . tfo'a, species, kind, Jfcoaoo/ J&LpJ 
Uf/f,*Med. 587. 8. 



J^?/ cols. 36-7, dele the paragraph aftef 
the first line. I. q. Gr. ncrrv, the suburbs opp. 

J^U^OO ttoXk, jk !■«;*>? o»->f— ?i? \-^+L 

Jos. ed. Kottek. 2. 5. 

*■*?( col. 37. ddrjv, a gland, \ 1 m.\»»o.p 
^•fjo ); Pt ^o, N. Hist. vi. 3. 3. Cf. *au©»?( 
Thes. and Suppl. supra. 

toll??'' col. 37. liquorice, ref. I^muOO 
yOJUfjf, Med. 147. 11. Cf. yoju^/. 

1 Q^lkJ!iJ r 68ovTiK6v, a medicine for toothache, 
Med. 170. 9. 

AS% / i.q. ^S: m e-*-^ Plane-tree spring, 
a village near Maaltha, Nars. ed. Ming. Pref. 
41, note. 

JJ*7 col. 37. lepidium latifolium, pepper- 
wort, refs. Med. 137. 5, 10, 141. 23, 583. 18, 
i&)J> oi _ Jo^j cuoo» Vj] , ib. 602. 3. 

uaocua^f/ Adelphius, heresiarch, Sev. Lett. 
61. 4, 62. 1. 

cluSL^?/ *Ad€\<f)LavoL, Adelphians, Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 106. 13, id. Lett. 61. 9. 

JlsX?/' col. 38. f. pi. hinges, ^o %-£ 
JJ|^ ? \V^ \teLtf U*l r , Jab. 63. 3. 

kwIlLJaD?^ m tf/te manner of Adam i. e. 
solitarily, J;^^^ >c&S ls*Jj£f? P , Is. Nin. 
B. 266 ult. 

u»o^?/^6fow2as, The Light, i.e. the heavenly 
man, a Manichaean equivalent of primal man, 
Cosmog. Manicheennc 22. note 3, 23. note 2, 
)to*oj o»o-»f( one of the five sons of the 
Living Spirit, Coupes ii. 128. 4, 130. 7. 

jfcs^mjso?/ (l&l-s) of adamant, BH. ap. 

J. As. 1898, 77. 20. 

Jis^o?/ earth, Jfcoo*/ ^ao |uu;^\ ^J>i< 
\.+.&.jo, Philox. de Incar. 34. 11, y o t xi . ^ , 
Jbs^D?/ > ^-^ ^*a,v?, Jos. Engel. 5. 3. 

)J?r col. 40. Add : Jl**-^ vJ'?/ plantago 
major, the plaintain, Hunt, clxx under ]Aj^L 
col. 1926. )j)0Q^;U?^ib. dele. l^a^oX w?/ 
myosolis, ref. Med. 53. 12, 55. 24. 

iQ^iijf/ Attic, pure honey is so-called. 
Nau in Mart. Petri, K.O.C. iii. 49. 12 af. 

UiBD?r pr. n. m. A.M.B. iii. 323. 1. 



CLSaflD.lK' 



CCOJ501CT3K' 



. CLaoflof/ rjbv6a-fins y mint, K. under^l^i*^o? 
col. 918. 

J>?( Ar. Li\, a &o?7, £/?e " Baghdad button" 
Med. 557. 19, 583 four times, 585. 3, 4, 
Charms 31. 20, 22, 32. 1, 82 med. 

i}( and jot/ with which word some of the 
preceding and following names are com- 
pounded, is the Pehlewi .31 atur^re. 

?J>fV "Afywio-os, Adrasus, a bishopric in 



USD 



Arabia, Nold. F. S. i. 469. 37. Adra, Mich. 
Syr. I transl. 314. 

^|02>>J( pr. n. m. Pers., Aderbuzi, A.M.B. 
iv. 171, Pers. Mart. 36 ff. 283, 289. 

k-2>9li Idribt, name of a fortress, Anecd. 
Syr. iii. 256. 25. 

%CU^io$?( col. 42. vbpdpyvpov. See »fCL^?o» 
col. 977 and %Ofa^o>?oo» Suppl. 

U*o»tf corn U-oif/ col. no, Osroene, 
Nttld. F. S. i. 470. 

LAo»?( a bishopric, Anecd. Syr. ii. 
371. 12. 

|j09f( col. 52 end of par. Pers. ^jjjJ^I an 
inner apartment, Act. Apost. Apoc. a^o, 2, 
Sassanidi 63. 20. 

IdSoi'^lfor deriv. see Hist. Mon. ii. 484, 
note 4. Fire altars of the Magi, ib. i. 262, 
Mar Kardagh ed. Abbeloos 62, ed. Feige 
52, 57- 

i+A+*9)( pr.n.m. Vers.Ardahsir, Sassanidi 32. 

^f***»9?/ one of the great fosses which 
fortify the city Shuster is thus named after 
++A**9i( who dug it, Sassanidi 3*2. 

\+*)i Adraye, a village of Beth Garmai, 
Chast. 22. 5. 

aso)-f?(, *cocu»fV the Adriatic Sea. Col. 42, 
n af. dele the words et Fordo to usurpatur, 
and col. 43. 5 the words Fontem includere. 
See Nau. Journ. As. 1896, 310 f. Add: BH. 
applies the name Adriatic to that part of the 
Mediterranean which is opposite to Tanis in 
Egypt, Chr. Eccl. 359. 19. 

o*J»if/ Pers. s^.il Adarmeh, a bishopric 
between Nisibis and Mosul, Pers. Mart. 203, 
note 1607, Hist. Mon. i. 37 pen., Chast. 8 
ult. ? 12. 4, o*ao>c»<\ Syn. Or. 619. 5. 



4^tt»?f 11. pr. f. Adramanag, foundress of 
a monastery in Hirta, Chast. 70. 4. 

u»o^»*?/ Adrastos, a judge, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
36. pen. 

jBOA^ttff/ probably a mis-writing of 
*floo-**f7 the Adriatic sea, q. v., Schatzh. 
126. 11. 

uacu5t?( * i. q. uJSfJf'col. 44. adapter}?, salt 
efflorescence on snarsh plants, Med. 145. 21, 
147. 10, *floooij( ib. 149. 4 and col. 44. 

J&A9? ( dproKOTTos, a baker, Pallad. 523. 3. 
I. q. \&qloii} col. 44, jAja*,j/ Lexx. col. 256. 

•*,?^ r col. 44. 1. 21 correct U,;-i for U,«je 
a pestle. So 1. 23 should be +,9}' q. v. col. 401. 
Dele from " Etiam " to " percussit " 11. 23-26. 

**,?/' col. 45. «4t?ilT( Ethpe. denominative 
from |La.?/, to take specific shape, be formed, 
0JL9 is> ©C£o« U,?lfcoo ♦£>, N. Hist. i. cap. i. 
pt. 5. 

IZiLi}' col. 45. specific, refs. UltLf^ Uo« 
the origin of a species, But. Sap. N. Hist. iii. 
ii. sect. 3, ju±£j( Jio specific nature, ib. viii. 
4. 5, pi. ib. Theol. 4. 6, JfcLi£*7' Jito. specific 
form, id. N. Hist. iii. ii. sect. 1, jLoL^JU 
)Vc? 1 >? Till^y JfcLLLff the singularity of 
movement pertaining to that species, ib. iii. 5. 

)LcuiiL?('col. 45. f. species, specific nature, 
opp. JLculaU^, But. Sap. Philos. 7. 1, ib. 2. 5 ; 
JLouLo jfcll^l Lcuii?/', id. N. Hist. viii. 1. 2 ; 
dlTcuijLu icfa^ U,?/'%a^ powers are given 
to each species according to its special nature, 
ib. iii. ii. sect. 4 infra, ib. Isag. ii. 2. 

<^o»( correct <^ot/, Pers. ^t^ a crocodile, 
Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 26. 15, 28. 3. 

^I^oot/ title of a high Persian official. Cf. 
rabbinic i>31»N with h for *}, Syn. Or. 77. 14 
and note. 

*©©*/ Pers. <*!IaT lime, quick-lime, BB. under 

y6jo»/ probably ^•Xa y\ a name for the 
nightingale, Natur 33. 7 ; cf. Qazwini i. 406. 
Hoffm. merely corrects »o?©*/ drjSwv. 

yOooo>o*/ P pr.n.m. Pers. A.M. B. ii. 579. 
'7- 



OK* 



OoOtOrc 



6? col. 47, f. Add : i) &>, Omega, Galen, ap. 
ZDMG. xxxix. 248, 289, Pallad. 495. 3, 4. 

2) €v y ;JLa.£ ^»? qjo> o?, C.B.M. 543 b. 

3) For emphasis, indeed, entirely, L,^J.bk 
kX^o fcJULu!*, o/ fl Ji^Lf Nest. Herac. 405. 
j'ai admis tovA liniment {le nom) de Mere de 
Dieu, Nau transl. 

jo( col. 49. Pael act. part. J0J00. Add : to 
breed hybrids, )lo.L~» JL^chcl^.^ Jo^aa, Is. 
Ant. 198. 4. 

)Joo^ and lJo( cols. 50, 51, 11. 6, 7. 
Add: metaph. )oo» ^)k>* )jo)o |jo/ cqAo 
»ooiAA.cij-n^ he was on intimate terms with 
them, Jab. 233. 15. A compartment or chamber 
of a glass furnace, Chimie 100. 22, 10 1 four 
times. 

Uooli, JJoT col. 50, 1. 4. Add: KjofcLs 
oi&LdJJ o»^L «-^J o»^^f the camel stores up 
spite in its inner heart, Natur 18. 12, *oT 
*>£^, BHCarm. 134. 5; yfcL**J? Jot ^} r 
\k<Li l^ofc^ Opusc. Nest. 36. 18. J^Ja-m 
juool? advocate of the treasure-chambers, 
i.e. advocaius fisci , Sev. Lett. 220. 1. 

t£ocum£j(of dv€\jn<k, a cousin, BH in Col. 
iv. 10: see uaocum&jf below. 

W^l°i or H^s?^ Ovayyava, an island in 
the Red Sea, Jac. Edes. Hex. 20. 6. 

ott-A. ^ -Qjo/ Eupatius? cpiscopug, C.B.M. 
647 b. 

*ce>o^<iz>o( m. pi. the obeli in the Lxx, 
C.B.M. 792 a, See a»a\r>/ col. 16. 

\*z>o( col. 53. Dele the explanation in 1. 1 
of par. a> (Ha, f violence, or woe is me, 
DBB. Appendix to } from Farad, ed. 
Tullberg 28, note 13; \j*o}, PalJad. 159. 
2, 3 ; Hist. Mon. ii. 35. 5, 6 ; A.M. B. vii. 86, 
Jlxs 016/ .©» •Uf^-*-? |ol^=> h^lf J^o/, 
Op. Nest. 6. 15, Anecd. Syr. ii. 135. 14. 

yO^£L=>o? i.q. yoi«ttw>/TheB. col. 17, DBB, 
col. 1 7, a wood so hard that it will not burn and 
insects do not attack it, Gest. Alex. 219. 17. 

i-^o? Bishop of Hamadan, ZDMG. xliii, 
403- 9. 

vflo^xa^o/ Copt, n^oic, Lord, Pleroph. 
104. 1, K.O.C iii, 363. 19 in loc. 



11d^6{ name of a country, Gest. Alex. 
180. 14. 

U^^o/ or Ulo'^oi pieople of Y»s>'Jzo(, 
Gest. Alex. 181. 1. 

J^pf col. 53. rhus coriaria, sumach, ref. 
ka^oooo 0/ J^p/ u»o>, Chimie 7. 9. 

0^.00 (<a^p/ Augusta, the province wherein 
are Mabug and Samosata, Nbld. F. S. i. 470. 

J^flDO^p/ Augusta, a city of Cilicia, Sev. 
Lett. 128. 1. 

jsci^Di^p/ col. 54. 2) the month of 
August, ref. ZA. viii. 7. 21. 

Protection 54. 3. See col. 7. n af. 

. y t> . \ 

Jfo^ojfo/ col. 55. ovti<T€pa, neutral, 6o* .o» 
y> »^.«» Wo c**;d JJj, Anglice middling, But. Sap. 
Isag. iii. i., JJ k*j>o/ J^ito^ U^^Oo |L&»$ 
)^.^*X^=» Jls/ |l^o«*9, our equals are of three 
kinds, friends, enemies, and the indifferent, ib. 
Pol. iii. 4, J£^o»?©/ Jloco/', ib. Philos. 6. 6. 

gooo)Lio?0( At>8vi/cuoy, Audynaeus, a Mace- 
donian month, Sev. Ant. Hymns 255 tit. 

^090/ Eudus, Bishop of Antioch, BHChr. 
Eccl. 43. 8. I.q. *co do ( "Epw, Herus. 

J^oofo/ i.q. \LSxoo\6( col. 55. the empress 
Eudoxia, Pleroph. 23. 5. 

tm-*-£OfO( i. q. ago » m o?Q( col. 57. 
Eudoxius, Nbld. F. S. i. 474. 132. 

fcfloo^fo/ Euodius, Bishop of Antioch, 
BHChr. Eccl. 31. 18, un-.f{o/, ib. 39. 23. 
^flocufoio/, Il.O.C. i. 399. 12. 

\y]o] vfya, hydra, water serpent, BB. under 

.O$CLa0O9?Ot. 

^aoofcu^l*?©/ col. 57. quicksilver, ref. 
misspelt ts^juf h*+ao( ^fioa^itfo/ N. Hist, 
iii. ii. sect. 2. 

|l»>9 0( m.pl. nonsense, cf. ufiapr)?, Jul. 48. 3. 

•£0CLL»ffO( tv&pavrjf, vigorous, able, name 
given to John of Palestine, Ux^joo^S ^l^cu 
kflocLUtto/ J001 j^^oot o'o», Sev. Ant. Vit. 
63 ult. 

<-*o/ f/cA, a village where Mar Bishu was 
buried, A.M. B. iii. 620. 

too o 5 o / the North - West wind, M ed . 533, 1 . 
it must be a corruption of some Greek word. 



^dJIJIgl^o/ AvroXfi'Acxr, an island, Jac. Edes. 
Hex. 19. 12. 

^flocLSoXo^o/ EvroXpios, Eutolmius, a Count, 
A.M.B. iii. 327. 

^•♦^a-iOQ-Jof ai/TOfuiTcipeiov, recipient tl 
tirage spontane, Chimie 240, note 4, 
^-woG^o/, ib. 261, note 1, 17. 14. 

*cdql£o( a bird which mimics man, ^dJo/ 
J**L» *£!.»? o"o» »«-o? Jo», But. Sap. Eth. 
3. 1, N". Hist. vii. 4. 2. Perhaps o>to?, the 
horned owl. 

fcfloaXfiLOOjJo/ avToice(f)akaios, autocephalous, 
gloss. o»a 9> 1 i-^t-ao, Syn. Or. 182. 27; 
«£DGL^Suxau^o/, ib. 148. 2. 

U*^o/ what? "jlovwrs of the red vine" 
Budge, J^o-ls JfcsjJ 1 jjDo^aLOD Jlu^o/, Med. 
569. io. 

uaou^o/ and *fla*X^o/ a>rtr, the bustard, K. 
under U^I col. 1544. 

ILma^o/ €VTa£la, good order, Anecd. Syr. 
iii. 1 18. 22. 

u»cu»J^{o/ Otreius, bishop of Melitene, 
Nbld. F. S. i. 471. 65, of Arabissus, ib. 66. 

JfclmJof or Jl&aalo^ «jj the Zend Avesta, 
A. M. B. ii. 5 76. i). 2. Usually written I^Jl^mo/ 
q.v. col. 18 and above. 

1^jo( col. 63. Euchaita. Add: a third 
city of this name is in Egypt, Stud. Sin. ix. 
101. 13. 

Jl^*J>o( m. pi. Ev^n-a*, heretics called 
Adelphians, C.B.M. 926 b, 956 b. 

«£oo«*^*dOf n. pr. m. Archelides, Journ. As. 
1907. 418. 

yQj\£*Do( Auxenon, a presbyter of Aparaea, 
Nbld. F. S. i. 473. 117. 

iift\aflftjpo( Ogakor), brine, Chimie 56. 1 9, 2 1 . 

tfiDOaadof var. «aocumoo/ , the river Oxus, 
Jac. Edes. Hex. 13. 13, 26. 10. 

«£dgua^90( col. 64. Dele the sentence in 
h 3 of par. agios, worthy, BHChr. Eccl. 799. 
2 4- § ". 553- 

\* m 00/ o£tla, sharp accent, Epiph. De 
Mensuris 7. 6. 



^»^moo/ 6£idiov from o£o$-, vinegar, Chimie 
295. 5 af. so read for ^»?omr>/ ib. 58. 10. 

tfioa^ciflnnmo/ e^acorrjs, an assessor, C.B.M. 
7186. 

l^.^a. m m 00/ i. q. IJLaocf.m.DOf col. 64. 
inhabitants of Axomn in Ethiopia, Anecd. 
Syr. iii. 330. 2. 

^floa^j^oDo/ Anxentius, bishop of Ascalon, 
Nbld. F. S. i. 468. 18. 

)+po( col. 64. <^p«, ochre, refs. Chimie 
2. 11, 44. 24, Ju;so/ ib. 279, note 1. 

w00Q^jaft^;OO( col. 65, Ev^dpiaros, Eucha- 
riathis, pr. n. in. C.B.M. 1070 b. 

aaoo;— ooJIof place name, N. Hist. viii. 
6. 4. 

JciXo/ Olba, a city of Isauria, Sev. Lett. 
75. 11, L^a-aa-l? JI^l-^, ib. 168. 17, 
**Ao/, ib. 483. 5, ,m^\o/, C.B.M. 950a, 
.cn^^cu^>7 Nbld. F. S. i. 471. 77. 

UiLXof the Olbians, people of Jcx^o/, Sev. 
Lett. 20. 8. 

ofc^J^^o/ Oelja'itu, brother and successor 
of Kazan, Jab. 147. med. 

jl^koV col. 65. from Ethiop. AAA melad, 
to gather together, collect. 1 ) a. heap of chaff, 
Lexx. 2) a heap of com, store, Is. Ant. ii. 
332. 8, a store, ib. 92. 46; jloZL *bko/ so 
correct *£o( , winnowed wheat stored in pits, 
Hist. Mon. i. 285 infra; Sassanidi 63. 30. 
For J«X6( V^ in the Description of Rome, 
Guidi corrects )?<aJ^7 \ov§a, Aou&u, ludi, 
games, Zach. Rhet. Bull. Arch. Romae xii. 222. 
Cf. yOfCL^. 

<^^Lo/ col. 65. lign aloes, refs. Med. 65. 6, 
601. 20, ^cl^oJ? [xjq^d, B.V.M. 142. 8, 
M3- 4- 

ww^o/ col. 67. the river Karun, refs. 
Sassanidi 33. 11, Coupes ii. 154. 7. 

^aoo^^IXo/ col. 67. add .aciJi-^ofXo/ 
a girl flute player, Tim. 1, ed. Braun 2, 
*»j-iUo»Ao/ pi. f. avXTjTpi&es, musicians, 
Hippoc. xxi. ult. and 4 af., ~r+*~£o£±o(, ib. 
xxii. i, 2, f. note 6. 



ytt.i ^Jooo/ BH. ap. Hebraica iii. 251. 
Correct » cu^Jo^-o/ iKpayehv, a mould or cast. 

L^dQjQL^Do/ col. 69. homonyms, add refs. 
Jac. Edes. in Arist. 21. 2, But. Sap. i. 
pt. 2. 

Is— f)u-ia— »cu^o6( Itomonymously, opp. 
fcwkicL>6)Ja», But. Sap. Theol. 1.4, N. Hist, 
viii. 1, 2. 

*ao-*_jCLJsPO( Ammonius, philosopher of 
Alexandria, Sev. Ant. Vit. 16. 8, 22, 13. 

■^4-'^ ft ( <> Evpapflas, Eumenia in Phrygia, 
Nbld. F. S. i. 474. 132, Sev. Ant. Vit. 3. 26, 
5. 20. 

**»o«j»o/ Homer, Coupes iii. no. 

w^so/ Aymerus, a Frank, BHChr. Eccl. 
597- 2 3- 

Ui^DO op/xid, a fishing line, web- footed birds 
have a neck like Jk-I^jr* |uu&oJI, N. Hist, 
vii. 6. 3. 

y cu *x> 0/ 'Apcjpiop, A morium, a city in Pi&idia, 
Nbld. F. S. i. 473. 116. 

.0/ common abbreviation of \1ajo( ounce, 
f *©/ 4 oz. Chimie 12. 19. 

.o^|jo( 6 *Oi>ov»/0&>y, Oenoanda in Pisidia, 
Nbld. F. S. i. 474. 123. 

K^-oa^o/ dyvpiaral, wrestlers, fighting men, 

{*»»£-> )tJu f -ift\ }« AiL ^jo yOoC^wt, But. 
Sap. Pol. 1.3. 

<^6( var. i^-o», v^JOot- /Taw^-Chow in 
China, Jab. 29. 1. 

^ocuajo/ col. 72. 1. Add: ^o^ajo/ 
^poI^m^ An ->1)( oci{ dXa/3aarpir//r, a kind of 
talc, Chimie 9. 6. Cf. Diosc. v. clii. 

juo&dOJOf «7x ot;(ra > anchusa, alkanet, mallow, 
Chimie 2. 9. 

^qAjo/ col. 75. oi>T6)s, verily, ref. Sev. 
Ant. Hymns 132, note, f., 173. 12. 

ftftA^i o/ var. yCLO^jo/ the Henoticon? 
Tekkaf. 79. 

*m*^jo/ col. 75. olvavSis, vine flower, ref. 
Med. 212. 14, 18. Cf. li*^o/ above. 



lojoi for \&jI* tin, A.M.B. iv. 318. 10, 14, 
but ]&>}" 11. 8, 12, 15, 319. i, 4. One 
manuscript has jLajof throughout, Bedj. 
in loc. 

*moa!o( i.q. ^floouaojo/ col, 75. Eunomius, 
heretic, Theod. Mop?. *md. 5 ; Nars. ed. 
Ming. 360, note 4. 

U^j'o/ probably i. q. JlW col. 75. Huns, 
Jouin. As. 1907, 334. 

on^I^jJo/ olvdv0r) f wine made from the flowers 
of the wild vine, Med. 322. 13, 323. 6, 9. 

\jool col. 76. 2) the Oasis of Egypt, add 
refs. Anecd. Syr. iii. 100. 2, 119. 18, Ublof 
ib. 194. 6, 217. 23. Juiol? )*=>«Jso, Bar. Penk. 
137. 4, 139. 12, Or. Xt. i. 96. 16. 

Juu^ooof pr. n. m. Eusebianusl bishop of 
Hadrianopolis, De Goeje B. 65. 20. 

*olf cl^do/ and yOfla^-flo©/ oWpetov, a purple 
dye, Sev. Ant. Vit. 212. 2. 

*jtta*jk,aA^o( pr. n.m. a priest commemor- 
ated on June 23, Or. Xt. i. 315 med. 

*m*k^^o/ Euslathius, bishop of Metropolis, 
Nbld. F. S. i. 473, 112, u»&^LJl^x»o/ 
Euslathius of Brusa, ib. 475, 139. 

*«cu-aoo/ Hosius, bishop of Cordova, 
Sev. Lett. 322. 1. 

Jt'ciL-lxso/ f. essentiality, substantiality, 

jb-jL-'l-VrA ^ fti> ^ »-? essentiality is attributed 
to the vegetable soul, fortuitousness to the 
animal soul, But. Sap. N. Hist. viii. 1. 4; 
Jk^LL?/' ©»lT»o* Isoo/ ©»1TcuJ4»oU>, ib. iii. 11. 
sect. 1; Philos 4. 1, JJ Jla^-Laeo/ LaJ-Sl^X 
o<h1 Jfcw±£oc», ib. 8. 2 ; id. Theol. 1. 4. 

Jl^o/ col. 79. marshy land, a swamp, ref. 
Hist. Mon. i. 229 ult. 230. 3. 

o»oUi»o^ Eusanius, bishop of Eucarpia, 
Nbld. F. S. i. 474- r 3°- 

.~v«™ */ AusoniuSy bishop of Sebennitis, 
Syn. ii. Eph. 12. 22. 

)jjUu»o/ loccfcitit*, Greek form of U±ji,o/ 
Hosanna, C.B.M. 543 ° tis ' 



)J]^j»o/ Pers. ^Ls—Jf the Court, Royal 
Residence, Uk^oo/ ^o "^jLa,^ Khosrau 
Nushirwan left the Court, Jab. 227. 13 ; 
Jis-LjL^iX JJfcLx»6D Uli yXv* kJL> the 
Shah-in-Sliah went down to the Court to the 
Cities, i.e. to Seleucia-Ctesiphon, ib. 266. 13. 

y^£oo(? Jfc^*.^ Maison de la Dynastie, 
Chabot, but see Ibfcsjaoo/. A place in Armenia 
N. of Arzanene, Syn. Or. 34. 9, 38. 3, 109. 15, 
also called yO^l? ykjxso/, ib. 43. 17, ZDMG. 
xliii. 396. io. See Marquart 169. 

J>I-jkLi»6/ Pers. j\s.\ v J, cf. L>k-coo/, 
Governor of a province, Pers. Mart. n. 832, 
Tabari 448, Syn. Or. 77. 14. 

Jk3o/ vfop, an accent, Hebraica iv. 160, 
Syr. 2. 

fcfi&.*_ttjuk.jJL^Of vndvTTicns, the meeting of 
Simeon with our Lord in the temple, C.RM. 
273 «. 

k*3o/ col. 80. Correct U?i>©/ Jos. Styl. 
54. 14: ^jJjUI al-Fudain on the Khabur, 
Nbld. note to transl. 46. Or to *Anadvas of 
Procopius, perh. Tell Abad in Tur Abdin, 
Hoffm. ib. 

• d^A§6©*90( col. 80. ano vnaroav, ex-COnsul, 
ref. Pall ad. 192. 20. 

*O^^Oo»-SO( col. ol. otto vnapxav, ex- 

prefect, ref. Pallad. 202. 6. 

SA-^CL^-floJ^fdio/ v7rod(,a<TTo\7}, an accent, 
Hebraica iv. 168, Syr. 2. 

|l3oo>cl^6( vrrofapa, diaphragm, 
\L>* ^^f )Lio/<is6)^>, N. Hist. vii. 6. 3, 

.oftc^n/^.i >ff| r N Yftfrp/ v7ro\r)tivi(TKos, the critical 
mark -7, Epipb. 7. 9. 

oj^.oci.^ »q^o/ m. pi. ajihorisms, Hippoc. 
2, 3 tit, 

Jiao/, Heb. TD^iK, Uphazy Hex. Jer. x. 9; 
Psch. ♦*§©/ Ophir, 

J^^.9o/ pr.n.m. Optatus, A.M.B. iii. 325. 

„Q3Q^g>U,sW Nold. F. S. i. 474. 135 ^r 
*aoa*^{£ao/ Euphrasius, col. 86. 

)JLaso»*ao/ v(f>tcfx€vr], the cuckoo, N. Hist, 
vii. 3. 2. 

yaAfio/ col. 83. opium, ref. Med. 601. 10. 
Usually yQ*a/ q.v> col. 339 and infra. 

2716 



I'yjl) 1 ^&cs{ (Ju£lS) vnrfVijjLLa, wind eggs 
which are barren, N. HisL vii. 5. 4. 

ycuxjo/ col. 84 officium. Add : pi. U*So/, 
Syj). ii. Eph. 32. 22. 

Uv\"»[ >e\o* c\( vnofivfjfiaTcty memoirs. Stud. 
Syn. ii. 15. 1, 3. Usually written |^JsausaSoo» 
q.v. col. 997. 

)ui^o/ place-name, C. B. M. 7116, Doc. 
Mon. 218. 29. 

Uft.ao/ dnos, juice, Chimie 37. 1. 

Jiao/ col. 86. amphora, a wine jar. Add: 
a liquid measure equal to Heb. Nebel, see 
^*s)J col. 2258. It equals 150 sextarii or 
pints according to Cyprian measures, 22 accord- 
ing to the Ascalonian, 18 with the Azotians, 
and 14 with the inhabitants of Gaza, J*3o/ 
)tC^o>o\ .;js©lfco© V|d\ Jl^-o ow ,-d oo» 

jLjoXaflo/ La^. omI^I? wot jl^A*, *. ^-;x> 
IcxX .18 J^m* U&o)} tdik .22 l^£*£f 
14 J^m.o? )^)U^, Epiph. 5. 1 6 ff. 

»qas^o/ col. 86. Euphorbia, spurge, refs. 
N. Hist. iii. ii. sect. 2, Med. 49. 8, 601. 16; 
^0^3^ ib. 49. 19, 50. 8, 51. 5 and often. 

,XD cu f o & © I Aphrodisias : see ssc |>*frii >c3i 
below. 

*tt>cwoj^o/ Enphronius, bp. of Antiocn, 
BHChr. Eccl. 81. 12; Ant. Patr. 298. 40. 
26 ; Syn. ii. Eph. 14. 1. 

JLl*i»o£3o( col. 86 €v<f>poo~vvT), gladness. 
Add : pr. 11. f. Euphrosyne, Stud. Sin. ix. 
61 ff. 

Uu^j^c/ (M.S. )>nftl»jjSO() 1) EvcppaTTjaia, 
Euphratesia, i.e. the province Commagene 
with the Cyrrhestica, Sev. Ant. Vit. 270. 9. 

^a^ma^So/ Eupraxius, a court eunuch, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 104. 9, 106. 10; abbrev. 
&D&ot C.B.M. 1049 6. 

*a>cui3Dooo/ pr.n.m. Oecumenius, Count, 
Sev. Lett. 12. 7, 92. 4. 

.oAjd^jdoAjso/ "OKTWKa^€KaTov t name of a 

monastery situated 18 miles from Alexandria, 

Sev. Ant. Vit. 24. 1, 89. 13, Nau in loc. 

R.O.C. v. 83. 

c 



y O ^, . ^ 6/ col. 88. ocymum, add ref. 
N. Hist. v. 5. 2. 

J».L.*.£o( oyictvos, a hook y JfcLa-*j>( |nm 
JoJioj? JLc£»j;, A.M.B. i. 281. 8; JaW* 
llj^S?, ib. iv. 149. 3 af. Cf. )i*£of col. 88. 

Jfcs^o/, ajIs^JI a vei7 0/ silk and gold tissue, 
Dozy, Suppl. ; Praet Miss. 20. 33; a veil of 
net, col. 2502 under [ ^^ 

Us^oo/ Eucarpia in Phrygia, Nbld. F. S. 
i. 474. 130. 

fo/ col. 89. 6V of the Chaldees : JJfo/ 
*Ae ^opZe 0/ tfr, Abraham is called JuJo/ *£, 
Warda 103 r. 

for *%><>?, IloruSy son of Isis, Arist. Apol. 
***. 12. 



►*of UrbiciuSy a minister of the Emperor 
Anastasius, Jos. Styl. 78. 19; Syn. ii. Eph. 
25- 13. 

aA*2>*o/ Urbicum(T)y a spot in Constanti- 
nople, Anecd. Syr. ii. 246. 2. 

|^>of possibly Lat. orbita, apathy course; 
parallel to U^Df Jlscu. Ott*»? ot&^l^Jtt «*ja 
Joo» ls+t ]^=>foi Juo» Ephr. Ref. ii. 138. 38; 

ib. 139. 1, 2. Cf. Mingana in loc. K.A.S. 
Oct. 1922. 

\.a ft -> »o/ Urbicia, a deaconess, Pleroph. 
94. 12. 

V *-*^ * apyvpiov, an oboly Diosc. ed. 
Nau 81. 1. 

^ s *' jat ^ * opyaviKQi^y instrumentally, Apis. 
©^ 7 : VJji^tof organically , Med. 77. 8. 

>— i^to( col. 92. organic, refs. Jl^.a.cl^ 
ka^jojo llio N. Hist. viii. 2. 1, 3. 1, 4. 1 ; 
[1±^6( ULL organic disease, Med. 15. 17; 
lll^jol J^ofoi ib. 65 ult. 

I^»^>*0( a follower ofOrigeUy Jab. 496. 4. 
See *a\~i^Z9o( col. 95 ult. 

Jl'cu^ml^Jof f. school of thought of Origen, 
Jab. 503. 1 1. 

fcfloojL»?>6( €pcobivs, the heron , Natur 34. 10. 
This passage is quoted in BB. col. 92. 
^o*or pr. n. m. M. Z. 210. 19. 



re^TOrf 

%£DQ^6t6f6/ HerodotuSy N. Hist. vii. 2. 1 
infr. 

^oi 0/ a mountain in Beit Garmai, Chast. 

5. 14, 8. 13. 

yOJo/ Uranius, bishop of Himerion, Syn. 
ii. Eph. 11. 13. 

oicu^jofo/ var. ^oocu^jo»/ 'Opovrrjs, a moun- 
tain in Media, Jac. Edes. Hex. 37. 10. 

a»o*0( col. 94. opos, a mountain, ref. 
^ ■' a^4 » *9^ *j»6>oJI God called Moses to the 
Mount of Revelations y S. Dan. 54 a pen; ZA. 
xix. 154. 

*floofO( ofyov, urine, Chimie 7. 16; tAootof 
yO»l^S( ov/301/ "xpOapTov, urine non corrompue, 
ib. 16. 10, 20, 24, 17. 2, 15, 55. 21. 

*j3DQADoio(Opoa<rofy a mountain in Scythia, 
Jac. Edes. Hex. 38. 6. 

*floaacLCLfloo>or cf. uaoa^QjauQoofo/ col. 94. 
horoscope, Georg. Ar. 25. 16, 19. 

«£DCLdo)0( col. 94. Eur opus on the 
Euphrates. See %floaSo^j. 

*Qj^cu96f6( 6ppo7rvyiov, rump, N. Hist, 
vii. 6 with gloss. Jl^jo? l^o/. 

Jk****o( col. 95. 1. Correct Jfcw*o»/ q-. v. 

sub Jls-*oi. 

)^>o/ Anecd. Syr. iii. 325. 4, Ahrens gives 
opaTTji, spectator y but Nold. coprrj, holiday. Lit, 
Zentralblatt. 1899, p. 1364. 

^floci^d-^ifo/ oprvyts, quails, N. Hist. vii. 
2. 3, 4. 4. 

**£*o( dopTrj, the aorta, N. Hist. vii. 1. 3, 

6. 4, 5; o » VS-> Ju^*oU> ©M*ao, Coupes ii. 
130. 9. 

l-l^W col. 95. Correct Urartians ; the 
form Urtu was used for Urartu, P. Jensen 
ZA. vi. 66 note. This people is supposed to 
have been a remnant of Aramean autochthones, 
and to have inhabited the district of Anzitene 
in Armenia, Hist, do l'Arm&iie, Sandalgian 
i. 249. Add refs. Jos. Styl. 33. 9 transl. 
28 note; U^jW J«-^, Dion. 55. 16, 59. 14, 
^jolo Uusoj/ Uv , ib. 60. 20, 61. 2; 
^»jLrotf }*IU> \-^'io( fcwo Anecd. Syr. ii. 279. 
2 °> 277. 5, 7 ; Ulioh U*±, ib. 1. 9. 



KLaTGK' 



11 



.w 



hlfo( col. 95. Correct juf'oiL ra Qcvpia, 
shows, races, Zacli. Bull. Archaelog. Roma 
xii. 222. 

kfloCL^JoJLoif©/ col. 96 pi. of yOjLJo/, ref. 
De Astrolabe 84 ; tcolot^-joK+ioi N. Hist, 
ii. iii. sect. 4. 

u» 0^**0/ corrupt for cvpovoro?, the S.8.E. 
wind, Med. 533. 11. 

yioi Heb. T)$, 'Ope*, *°PX°*I> Assyr. Arkou, 
Uruk, now Warka, W. of Larsa, Syn. Or. 
246. 7, 32, 247. 19 traditionally i. q. >o/; 
y>o»^b|? *,<* Jkx.^ ^>o/, ib. 1. 22, 251. 1. 

\^m+D'io( col. 98. 6pxw Ta h dancers, Vit. 
Mon. 89. 11; ^ci^moio/ C.B.M. 335a; 
mis written »m»nfw*>>0( ib. 342 a. 

ILd^xnofo^ opxrjvrpa, la danse en groupes, 
Sev. Ant. Horn. 54. 12. 

x>$o( col. 98. Ovpifia, a town in Syria, 
probably /fawi Kala, Or. Xt. ii. 270; Sev. 
Ant. Vit. 325. 7. 

o*o3fo/ col. 98. Urmi, a city near Lake 
Urmi in Azerbaijan, now written wooio/, 
Pers. lc*°)\, Ar. ^J, Nbld. N. Syr. Grani. 
xxii. note, Jab. 43. 12. 

jjyooto/ place-name, C.B.M. 705 a, Doc. 
Mon. 157. 21. 

*$©( perhaps abbrev. of Ovpdmos, Uranius, 
bp. of Himerion, Doc. Mon. 253. 7. 

Jw^-jto/ col. 98. river Orontes in Syria, 
refs. Stud. Sin. 96. 21 ; Dion. Ined. 461. 6, 
477- 16; *m+^j$o(, Jac. Edes. Hex. 25. 1. 

t£&*»^NO0 9Of name of one of the soldiers set 
to guard Our Lord's sepulchre, Journ. As. 
1906, 283. 6, 

yd-itt-A-flofo/ probably a mis writing of 
Ocimum, uw2£.A3oj yoa&^Jol? [&'*), Med. 
182. 18. 

*floo3fO( col. 99. Orpheus, add: kaootefo^, 
C.B.M. 427 a, %floaA*>o/ Coupes iii. 10. 

s*&h$l col. 99. Europe, Jac. Edes. Hex. 
26. 9; ^o>o/, ib. 31. 13 bis, 34. 7, 13. 

(JLdS^pUo/ col. 1 01. orthography. Jab. 
1.22 note. 

kJijakaojoUo/' with orthodox mind, *qjo 
k**U&oo?ol>o/ ^oc»a:*>t, Sev. Lett. 398. 



Jflio/ or jfHo»^ 7 'Epvdpa, the Erythrean 
Sea, Jac. Edes. Hex. 14. 8. 

yOtUio/ apOpov, a limb, N. Hist. vii. 3. t. 

aLo( col. 102. Ar. jLil or <j-^ gum 
ammoniac, assafoetida,reh. Med. 56. 9, 91 bis, 
587. 13, 602. 2. 

tflpQ.9>^oio/ ai/^dXo^ ? a fabulous animal 
with sharp horns, j;**^ l^do/ >aociftVoto/, 
Anecd. Syr. iv. 48. n f. 

oaocuoio/ pr. n. m. Autunus, BHChr. Eccl. 
347- 7- 

JJLablo/ &c. col. 103. dark night, ref. Warda 
246 r, gloss, looa**. 

i-A^-tlTo/ col. 103. 1. 6 of par. his own 
power or authority, Jla^jLoJ^ *,»«>.i mx* JJ 
yOof^f, Syr. Rom. Rechtsb. 9. 

k*J)^Lo( 1) 0/ their own will, subject to 
themselves, l^\^jio{ ypo»X q»x\mG( lioiNre, 
Chron. Min. 277. 16. 2) avBcpriKtos, genuinely, 
colophon, ap. R.O.C. 191 2, 88, Syr. 1. 

Ilq^jLo/ avQtvTiKT), the original, Jlft*^jio( 
)1*^J?, C.B.M. 725 a, Syn. ii. Eph. 78. 4. 

*o .ck ».,|^-»ilo( avSfvriKov, the original, 
Ufc~?? yOftA^jio/ opp. v c*34^^/ « copy, 
Syr. Rom. Rechtsb. 23 ; yo-fl + fc»->lo( ^-ao 
*#o»ok^*/ i< ?5 authentic, Syn. ii. Eph. 79. 2, 26 ; 
Nbld. F. S. i. 476. 16. 

U>^>j/ col. 103 ult. Dele and run on 
Jb^u ; so col. 104, 11. 3, 4 correct a to d. 

fOoV( name of a Persian noble, Jab. 259. 9. 

Jj^Jof/ inhabitants of Azotus, Epiph. 5. 19. 

Q^.ct2>( ao)( barbarous or corrupt words 
in A.M.B. iii. 593. 4. 

+~*)l Izad, name of God, «^.1(J )o».\^, 
Yezidis 104. 6, «*»j£ j^koo? )<*W, ib. 105. 3. 

J*U* & Persian town, A.M.B. iv. 217, 
C.B.M. 1 181 a, ^1, ib. 11826. 

lol/'an inhabitant of y)}*, C.B.M. 1182 6. 

^57* col. 106. With ^£ to be lost, be taken 
from, yOoO^ ^H? f*->© ^-3? ^-- $ » > > » 
^ofcJdS^ko //icy were allowed to claim every- 
thing which had been taken from them, Jab. 
129. pen. Act. part. ^H? j*!* according to 
the current price, Dion. 183. 12, 184. n. 
Pass. part. fern. l^lnoT? )l*Jc « fn » m i( TWs ^oe« 

r 2 



rdi^AA 



\CL50 



K'ia^wK' 



to bathe, Isis wants a bath, said in derision 
when idols were brought out, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
35. 6 ; Nau in loc. B.O.C. iv. 549 n. 3. 

(Jjfc^j a.i of or pertaining to the heavenly 
bodies, luJkiXjo-i Jcio? motion of the spheres, 
But. Sap. N. Hist. Bk. ii. v. sect. 2 ; pi. ib. 
5. 2, 4; JJu£^Jol*> Uo*,ci!^ib. Theol. 4. 6 
tit., pi. ib. 5. 3 ; kw*-3 Jks.^JK-3-J Y-jLj* , 7 

vegetative, animal, human, and celestial, N. 
Hist. viii. 1 ; )fciUl££ja-£ J&i&j Theol. 4. 1. 
ju^f'aaou ni. pi. Azmurtaei, a Scythian 
warrior race, Ephr. ed. Laray iii. 195. 

Jk^^^U Col. IO9. crpapaySivos, cf. Pers. 

^^-oj, an emerald, Anecd. Syr. iii. 336. 3 ; 
Lexx. under j^iiieu col. 1584. 

Jul } y col. in. Udcu*( dimin. little brother, 
ref. 4 Mace. 351. 

J^JJJJLm^ col. 113 ult. fraternally, opp. 
k-»U^>, Sev. Lett. 14. 22. ^JlLL^ as col. 
114. 1, Anecd. Syr. ii. 258. 2, I^->)jU/ 
ib. 278. 1. 

) L'cl_i-La* } r col. 113. M e tapl 1 . relation , 
"rapport," Georg. Ar. 24. 12. 

jucefU*/ corruption of iv iv\ 'lepf^tm, the 
Book of the Prophet Jeremiah, Eus. ed. McLean 
416. 11, ZA. xii. 125. 

JLl col. 114. Add : to hold good, be valid, 
of ordination, Sev. Lett. 65. 13, 16; 452. 2. 
With ^ ^ to be incumbent upon, loo* J*w 
oilo^u^ *Vv Ephr. Ref. i. 35. 9, 41. With 
JJJj&a^ to lie in wait, take up an ambush, 
Natur 14. 2; )ia&j to regain self-control, 
Act. Apost. Apoc. 233 ; \.i »\ +1>( see «-X^*> 
[±*J>.. below; ) i f v> X to rule over the world, 
Gest. Alex. 34. 2 ; Joja_£ to follow ; 12**( 
cHTo^Q.a "^-£. i*** / put up unth his folly, 
Pallad. 41. 12. Act. part. )l>[ +2>}' a helper, 
Syn. Or. 56. 1. Pass. part. *!•*( col. 117, 
6 of par. add : \\£~L'i £( JiJLJL( bandits, 
highwaymen, Jab. 222. 9; )U; 4 k v +^-Z?* 
KoafioKpdrcjp ruler of the world, Gest. Alex. 
225. 11. Aph. JLo( to order of a workman 
with ia!ik of the pers. [no^^ o»Lcl^ ^0/ 
a customer ordered, Joseph the carpenter to 
make a couch, Apoc. N. T. 15. 7. 



isjJJ*-**o/ enigmatically, in an enigma, 
Syn. Or. 186. 14. 

J?cu#( mighty, commanding, JL*a**jf )•-»( 
X^tp Kparaid, Clem. Cor. ^p. 4, Jtfcu*( JLo l*i>, 
But. Sap. Periherm 1. 5. 

kJ(?cu*/' collectively, opp. l^IifcL.i particu- 
larly , But. Sap. Isag. 1. 3. 

]io?eu*( f. grasp, power of seizing, But. 
Sap. N. Hist. vii. 6. 6; closing, restraining of 
the womb, ib. 5. 2 ; setting a limit, limiting y 
ib. Philos. 5. 3 ; collectivity = covering the 
whole sense, opp. )LaLfcL*J> a word which 
signifies a part, ib. Isag. 1. 3 ter. 

]Lo»*2f 3) self-restraint, abstinence, Pallad. 
202. 23; JLoaaS to++L( Jl avcfiMwcia, absence 
of resentment, forbearance, Sev. Ant. Hymns 
58 note 6. 

)JL-£. Jll^D fascination, causing hallucina- 
Hon, JLclL^ yilQ-v> Uli JLJj&o J^^po 

Nars. ed. Ming. ii. 4. 5, Ueia.9 l-LLi, JL^£> 

1 ;> * p J" 11 p r f ) I ^ ^ 71 -.^- 

J^^^fO JL^J ip^JsD <*j£ JcUaOO CH^>f OOl 

ii^jt^ .)t-»lX \JlJ>, note ib. ; Jj^. «-*kaa.^ 
*~»«j^£o? sorceries which they ivork by means 
of the eye, Hist. B.V.M. 199. 3, JuuLx. «— ? 
yolsji ^.cl*oo, ib. 204. 7. 

cu./ interj. Oh, if the reading be correct, 
«*z» a*^ **«-»» T i.iox Jos. ed. Engel 3. med. 

ocu/ Ahob, not oa->/ Job, Ui^£> oa**(, 
B.O. iii. i. note 4 ; see Chabot on this name, 
Journ. As. 1906, 273 sq. DBB. Proem xix. 

.cu*/' Ar. .^J, Ahwan, a village, A.M.B. 
ii. 5 9 

icu**/ col. 124. Ahikar, Tobit i. 22, f., 
ii. 10 ed. Lag. but *cu*)uL*( ed. Mausil. ; it 
is a scribe's blunder for m+~(, Ahikar, Introd. 
xxix. See Meissner, ZDMG. xl. 191, f. 

JLL} r t nnx TIN the other brother = pr.n. 
Ahikar; cf. DTriK Num. xxvi. 38; Pers. 
Mart. 182; Story of Ahikar <^k, »X and 
passim; Ebed J. Card. 100. 11. 

}^-^7 pr.n.m., bishop of Shuster, ZDMG. 
xliii. 406. 9. 

) i_-^" / corr. J^^a.V(, Arab. ^x.c near 
Baghdad, El Nis. Chron. 71. 13- 



nellwHC 



13 



ttu&Klfio r^in* r< 



JL*( col. 125. Salsola Kali, a soapwort, 
add refs. Med. 560. 6, JL*I? ULJs a stem of 
soaptvort, ib. 574. 22, )'iJ>) Jl~( bopvKviov, 
Saponaria, soaptvort, fullers Jierb, ib. 63. 
18, 22, 171. 7. 

♦*•/ col. 125. Sbaphal, unusual form iLJL 
to leave, » »\o» )io>i/ %o «-»**, they left — 
abandoned — the country round Mosul on 
account of famine, Dion. 176. 21, 177. 5. 
Part. w£mjiV> too late, opp. f*J±x> too early, 
Hist. Mon. i. 92. 13. Esbtapbli JU^m,} 
col. 128, add ref. to be left out, be lacking, 
J!*#fcC*^o, Greg. Carm. 103. 10. 

«u*£, Ju£»»( col. 127. 5 of par. 10**} J-sal 
the farther sea = tlm Caspian, M.Z. 33. 43, 

58. 3O. J]^»t»*( <A*^ KdKOTfXrjS TtXeiOKdKOS, 

utterly bad, Pelagia 7. 32. Rit. the second, 
half of the choir, opp. jU^sJa, Brev. Chald. 
i. 26 pluries ; Qdham W. 7, ff. Cf. olo. 

jLcUt**/ f. add: Sicxpopd, differentia (one 
of the subjects of philosophy), But. Sap. Philos. 
1. 2. jo;**? otUcuJ£*»f that the matter was 
othemvise, Is. Ant. B. 85. 12. 

t^i, )^( col. 131. 1. 1 of par. correct 
J^oi to l&x&o* a bramble. 

ql£( a part of Arabia, Doc. Mon. 213. 25, 
C.B.M. 7096. 

w^a._^( a red dye, Chimie xlvii. i. q. 
u^OjJ q. v. 

**a-J( Gr. t)viat y reins, Gest. Alex. 48. 8, 
135, 4, ZA. xxii. 205. 

yooa^/ ^2/s, lover of Rhea, Arist. Apol. jU, 
7,9- 

s^( Ati, a village in Adiabene, Chast. 
10 ult., 16. 18. 

\ vi » ^ ( (? )«-•?) a monastery in Arabia, 
C.B.M. 711 b, Doc. Mon. 218. 25. 

vffloti^j/ Atticus, a philosopher, BH. ap. 
Hebraica iii. 251. n. 

LaA^/ col. 132. Attic, Tim. i. ed. Braun 
28, JkwuaA^ .nrumocH^ a^'c 6Ve<?&, G. Busame, 
5 6. 4 af. 

*£*££( col. 132. astron. £/w sow 0/ ^<? 



lieavens, the heavenly sphere, J^ioi +*+*] ^^V // 
^o, N. Hist. ii. 3, sect. 1, Jl^s^^i JfcJ^jo^ 
wc n^^ if, ib. cap. v, sect. 6 and often. 

yOia^/ Italicum, Italian, Chimie 10. 5. 
Usually §*}. See col. 146. 

y*-£( col. 133. }.xil.^ y add : choked up, 
^cLb* ^..00^(0 ^ ,» n\ » -^ coo yQU( > .»'.\.aD 
o*l^>u^oo?, Ephr. Ref. ii. 186. 26; Jul?/* 
jfcocLlJf stopped up, deaf ears, id. ed. Lamy 
i. 169. 6. 1. 18 of par. JCi^o J^I^ 

the Syriac alphabet is divided into consona?its 
and vowels and the consonants are either 
quiescent or vocalized, But. Sap. Philos. 

6.3. 

jlcf-w.I-jjf add nietaph. solidity, trust- 
ivorthiness, Pallad. 94. 3 af. 

^floa-A.^;^/ pr. n. m. Atarbius, Pleroph. 
22. 9. 

jl^p^f- col. 134. lemon or orange, add 
ref. Gest. Alex. 217. 5, J^p^lj JL*, Chimie 
48. 18, JfcLa^iJ J^sPhJ* » Med. 266. 2, 304. 
11, 12. 

aaooi cv.a. s^o^^j cTfpofxrjKtjs, oblong, gloss. 
JiS^k/ )oa JJ JloJd^ **zL2>'j, But. Sap. Isag. 
2. 4. 

\^ooj6^( col. 134. heteronyms, ref. But. 
Sap. ii. 1, pt. 2. 

jLSo^i 7 " atrophy, j U^, N. Hist. viii. 2. 2. 

»»ai^( Trajan, Emperor, Stud. Sin. ix. 
93- 5> 94- 4 af-; ^ocll.;^ ib. 1. 7, 94 ter. and 
col. 1 51 9. 

W interj. tooe, ^cla^ u.a.^ **/, Dion. 
IS'- 7- 

^n^^ocLD^./ £//<? m?er Jaxartes, Jac. Edes. 
Hex. 13, 13, *m^^mr>)^/ ib. 26. 11, Vars. 
toocu^j^&dUf and ^a^nm./. 

t*.*ddj^»( vnctKoai, refrains or burdens of 
hymns, C.S.B. 273. 

*aaAo).floJ^u»( Ibrasakis, transliteration of 
ABPASA2. The numerical value of the Syriac 
as of the Greek letters is 365. Basilides 
called this name the name of God, Coupes ii. 
107, 115. 



)uO©? \^i a stream, Jac. Sar. B. iii. 798. 9. 
For Assyr. deriv. see Hoffm. ZA. xi. 241. 



t£0l 



a*^-/ aymsy col. 137. Add : JuS 



ay la o-ocpia, Hagia Sophia, name of the great 
church at Edessa, BHChr. Eccl. 65. 2. 

^k^»/ probably iSgil, a village on the 
Tigris, north of Amid, Dion. Ined. 61. 8. 

^^-V. ^ Egalgall a monastery near Merv, 
Chast. 23. 10. 

}^S^ / name of a monastery, perh. near 
Amid, C.B.M. 836 a. 

\ol+( drjdonvy the nightingale, N. Hist. 4. 4 
infra. 

*£o o^J cu i* ( IdioTrjTts = J fes*^J f properties, 
C.B.M. 9416. 

i^j&Qy»Z*/ l8ta>fiaTa, characteristics, C.B.M. 
941 b. 

yoa+~} col. 139 and Med. 83. 11. Correct 
to yGJ**( q. v. 

. oA.si+++( col. 1 39. an edict, refs. Jac. Edes. 
Chron. Can. 302, Sev. Lett. 372. 21, 373. 

6, 9. 

jkjCjJLa*^/ *m indict ion f Sev. Ant. Yit. 
314 ult. See Jjcu^ow/ col. 256. 

ylcua***/ or ytcud^/, a city of India, 
Kal-w-Dim, ed. Bickell 116. 9. 

t£OQ*f col, 142. 16s, rust. Add: My among 
the Greeks means any metallic oxide, a»a»( 
U>cm?? );ft.y Chimie 3. 5 and note 6, 4. 13, 
written *m*/, ib. 277. not. 1. 

**ial/ ./o^5 ? Mat, xxvii. 56 VHh. in marg. 

^cl^o*/ Justus, Acts i. 24, xviii. 7 VHh. 
>*w?Jl/ a whmten loaf, BA. under |^>ar>, 
col. 1693. 

^ojJLl/ col. 144. Pers. (i^;pl> Pers.- Arab, 
e^. • i.p, Persian gum, sarcocolla, ref. Chimie 

7. 10 as gloss to JLsoon©; loiJLi/, ib. 97. 6. 
Oftener UfU-^- q.v. in Suppl. 

\ v y\-^X^,( m. pi. Lat. inthna, intimatal 
Tekkaf. 115. Samuel translates Forschungen, 
investigations. But prob. ^jsci^I ^r^ara. 

U^*/ Attala, a bishopric in Pamphylia, 
Pleroph. 137. 8, 138. 4. 



14 &cv-»*re 

Cu^» m 9> ttO^t/ crepcn <ro</>iorcu, Epiph. 

18. 8. 

*flooJJJla-/ Achillas, bishop of Alexandria, 
BHChr. Eccl. 67. 16. 

Jtt\ii/ name of the mountain of Ephesus, 
Koressos now Panajir Dagh, C.B.M. 10456, 
4r%\*\,t( ib. 1048 h. 

yC\x*A±i\+( ichneumon, C.B.M. 1193 a. 

ifloojll/ col. 151 infr. 2) tlXcos, colic oj the 
smaller intestines, Med. 423. 16, 426. 21, 
Hippoc. iii. 21, vi. 43, vii. 8, 4»©o*JL( and 
j»o|o^»(, ib. 

jJL^ liar, wife of Bashram, King of Hind, 
Kal-w-Dim. 333. 3. 

tOoaa^ilL*/ Ililarion, bishop, Sev. Lett. 
76. 15, 77- 5- 

tCL^I/ col. 152, place-name. Add: 4) 'iXtWa, 
Ilipla, inland from the Baltic, Natur 45. 18. 

^«ft.\../ "iXXoy, an officer of Zeno who 
rebelled against him, Vit. Mon. 10. 13, 15. 
dQPOA^.,/ Sev. Ant. Vit. 40. 2, 6. 

^ft^i-U ^ \ - / Lat. illustris, title, illus- 
trious, B.Q.C. xv. (19 10), 240, 

)^i|fl^./ (Jju^ou) Julian of llalicar- 
nassus, Anecd. Syr. ii. 246. 28. 

|^i^/ ? ciraXw/za, p> T( >vision of money for 
a journey, with gloss. )u»>o(? J?6j, Pleroph. 
48, ult. Syr. See Jl»c^j/ p. 25. 

l^U coi. 155. Add: ]kJlzl1 )\Us: 

shrubs, N. Hist. vi. 2. 2 ; JLa*^ ooa9 ~Ju/ 
)^ _-* * 1 Jj**»|o JfcwJ^./ some explain the field 
(Gen. xxi. 33) as a plantation, others as a 
cornfield, Anecd. Syr. iii. 298. 4. 

>fcL^i^. f / Bedj. corrects to Jt^t T . N^' r 
Angleterre, England, Jab. 72. 4, 6. 

\ \^\Z } col. 155. i) = a clmtnui, Med. 
240. 9, Jim^l/ ^./ a dose the size of a 
chestnut, ib. 197. I, 21, 318 ult. and often. 
2) Corylus avellana, the hazel nut, filbert, Ar. 
Pfln N. No. 23, Jac. Edes. ap. Nold. F. S. 
i. 576. 

Loaa^ Jmouth, name of a book on chemistry, 
by Zosiraus, Chimie 214, n. 1. 



Qoort / onAvL.ra*rc / 



rt\Da*T< 



uaoo{o»fc^ja-«/ wlfcos, aemi-deus, BA. and 
BB. under Jofcs^o*. 

^*m±+( 'H/xtptoi/, II interiorly a bisliopric of 
Osrhoene, Doc. Mon. 253. 9, ^*;^d(, Syn. ii. 
Eph. 11. 13. 

f+( col. 157. 7 of par. Ho ^*l^ Gr. Suaxvpi- 
((to, he affirmed strongly, : Ijo ^Z\& : ©C£ ^i( 
A.M.B. v. 80. 7 ; ib. iv. 321. 16, 612. 6. 

^*( col. 158 a hin. |^?cu»? ^*( ayiov u>, 
the hin of the sanctuary, a Hebrew measure, 
equals 9 pints, Epiph. 5. 20; ]^>> ^so oo» ^Ae 
greater hin is just double, i.e. 18 pints or 
a quarter of a metretes, ib. 

~iL( col. 158 infr. Add: to be influenced, 
affected by, ]LaJu/^o/' jLcoaLialLai Ju*> U&1<» 
00 a^jo JJ )u-»lkoo ]i*V^*/ a limb when 
affected by heat or some other cause loses 
feeling, But. Sap. Theol. 5. 2 ; wo*aJjLi 
U*{fcoe btJjj*Lt& ^choIoxo a freeborn wife 
is more easily influenced in her ways and 
manners, ib. Econ. ii. 1 ; N. Hist. viii. 
3. 2. infr. 

JuJL/ r co1. 158 ult. relating to quality, opp. 
jIi.YiD relating to quantity, N. Hist. vii. 1. 1 ; 
J fcLi. J* ) L 01 \» J l fcs^o particular mode of m ore- 
ment, ib. i. 1. 3. 

JLojlLI&oo f. quality, attribute, LalLlbott 
*l/, But Sap. Philos. 6. 2 ; ~« o.rcu-L^k» 
Joia.^ Jlx*?o*? tlie quality inherent in the 
organ of taste, ib. Theol. 5. 3. 

4x1/' Pers. jj> <^-JT, an official, a torturer, 
Jab. 242, pen. gloss. •. )ls-vJ>l *JLjsL : ©t 
Jai^^ai, 255. 11, 259. 8. 

>aoov» 1 • ( pr. n. m. Indimus, bishop of 
Irenopolis, Syn. ii. Eph. 10. 25. 

aaoo*J-*( col. 159 U, Ives, fibres, the four 
JllL of the vegetative soul work by uaoJojJL.^, 
But. Sap. N. Hist. vii. 1. 7, viii. 2. 2, Eth. 1. 3 ; 
<*^<X^ Jubo k-+DO( *mxl/ filaments or threads 
of a spiders web, De Astrolabe 74. 

*mJfaJj/ luo)3rj9, fibrous, JuJ^i^ )».m -^ 
*fla*?CLu|o, N. Hist. vii. 6. 3. 

yO^oDQX* ( fjvvorpop, the fourth stomach of 
ruminants, N. Hist. vii. 6. 5. 



*£DOM*f Inzus, bishop of Corna in Lycaonia, 
Nold. F. S. i. 472. 96. 

),vnYk\,fm^/ flaeXao-fia, a solemn entrance, 
i.e. procession. C. B. M. 335 a, miswritten 
joom^mjf, ib. 342 a. 

* oooJ/ col. 1 6 1 . a copy. A list of signatures, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 320. 8. A bishopric in Asia 
Minor, peril, a mistake for Isaura, De Goeje 

B. 65 pen. 

yOfam-./ Isaura, a city of Lycaonia, Nold. 
F. S. i. 473. 103. 

\^9(\ m Z( col. 161. an I saurian, refs. 
Pleroph. 47. 10, Sev. Ant. Vit. 28. 31. 

J;jaL^fl&-^ a stylite, pillar saint, C. B. M. 
707 b bis, Doc. Mon. 172. 3, 4. Usually 
written J«jo^»/ q.v. 

);»^»km»/ vTixopos, in verse, i.e. the five 
books, Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Koheleth, Song 
of Songs, Epiph. 11. 20, )^a^so( )obo ^*ti 
ib. 12. 4. Cf. tflpfifl-i^xc col. 2599. 

|uta^joo^( laropla, history, Anecd. Syr. iii. 
16. 4; ju9CL^£o( ib. 18. 10; ju*;_^£CL-*( ib. 
1 19. 1. 

yoooi^-m-*/ oivTpos, the gadfly, N. Hist, 
vii. 2. 2. 

uaoo; fc cv\ •( col. 1 6 1. var. >cDoil fr nr> »/, 
aaoofo^flo^/ river /s^r, Jac. Edes. Hex. 26. 8, 
34. 10. 

)u»fo»^ft * m »( col. 162. equinoctial, ref. 

C. B.M. 144 6, De Astrolabe 81. 

\SZ ».*lf> * m >( COl. l62. l(TT)p.€pOS, J^OOf 

sic ); vwm.j? */ie equator, De Astrolabe 268. 6. 
Adj. equatorial, )k*+iX\+a\*} JuoJ ib. 1. 1 1, 266. 
3 af., 267 ter; equinoctial; )^yv\>m»/ l^i^ 
ib. 257. 6, 261. 12, 262. 6. o^jfi^tt^/ 
t*A*£o«^L»9 (07//zepti/o? TpowiKos, the equatorial 
tropic, ib. 270 ult., 271. 1. 

*£&*£&*/ col. 162. /««, Egyptian goddess, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 35. 6; *mm-/Arist.Apol. «**.io. 

ju^l^m^/ m. pi. Spaniards, {? Jfl(, Jac, 
Edes. Hex. 11. 3. 

J^oaJ/ col. 163. m. pi. ao-apov, asarum, 
a kind of aristolochia or birthwort, Med. 151. 
12, 171. 11, 238. 5 and often. 



tto\Co.*r^ 



y3ok*m+( name of a monastery, C. B. M. 
706 a, 707 b, Doc. Mon. 163. 29, 171. 25. 

f.».\*j for \±2*Z greedy, Anecd. Syr. iii. 
243. 24; ^W ib. 244. 26. 

^^sP^f » or J^^M a Turkish name = mo(w- 
wor shipper, Jab. 15. 5. 

«ttGL^A^*/ pr.n.m. perh. 'EmKkrjs, N. Hist, 
vii. 5. 3- 

^Dogpoo^^f/ imrofiaves, a secretion of 
mares and sows, sought for enchantments, 
N. Hist. vii. 3. 3. 

*flooaA*/ two?, a horse, Hippoc. Part II, 
viii. n. 2 ; Warda 245 r. 

)£iL.( in. pi. sinews, ^so ^~a^? )#A-»( 
V»*^, BA. under J^-l^col. 707. 6. 

\loJk*? col. 166. Dele the words Mart, to 
the end. The reference is to J£g>J&»( Act. 
Apost. xxiii. 34 VHh. 

«ao^JU( iKTepos, jaundice, C. B. M. 
658 a ult. 

JliL/ m.pl. ayKuXr;, button holes, Hex. Ex. 
xxvi. 4, 5; c^ .^ JLi?/ o» jljjl' Op. Nest. 
in loc. 137. 8. Cf. JW col. 360 and infra, 

.cdxaix./ EiKotTTov, a monastery 20 miles 
from Alexandria, Pet. Ib. 64. 19. 

Jkj©«jx./ a monastery in Apamea, Jac. 
Edes. Chron. Can. 575. 11. 

Yd col. 167. f. Upd t hiera, name of many 
medicines or recipes, iodoi^? \tZ( a Hiera 
of Galen, Med. 49. 11, 21 ; J^?^^^ li-»i 
what? ib. 48. 15, 136. 16. J;-a*3 J**? 7/^ra 
Pikra, a stomachic, ib. 45. 16, 137. 13. 
Oftener ellipt. J»A*a q. v. 

Jil/ col. 167. m. a brass pot with handles. 
Samaritan *VK, var. of Heb. "VD Ex. xvi. 3. 
S. Fraenkel ZA. ix. 1. 

Jl;-*/ f. = J^-/, Warda 247 r marg. Jj«_o 

f\+*l pr.n.f. wife of King ipIsfcJv, Kal-w- 
Dim. ed. Bick. 95. 20. 

.^v ^£|^r/ col. 168. Hierapol%8 = Mabug, 
ref. Or. Xt. ii. 356, 4. 

^ft-V^i^ Heraclitus, philosoph. But. 
Sap. Philos 2. 3. 



16 



KLl»i*r<' 



Jua^w 'Hpiywe la, child of morn, an epithet 
of Eos, A.M.B. iii. 279. 16. 

J£Im»; JW col. 169. Cf. BHChr. Eccl. 
ii. 109. 9 and n., Pers. Mart. 108 n. 971. 

Y©W verdigris, oxide of copper, |uoo» \0++( 
h*~j yOot^ m°>k>^£>) JLioLjo irun is a product 
of copper smelting furnaces, Chimie 4. 13/14. 
I.q. ~«-»( and . cuw . 

yO+*l * If P^i Patriarch of Antioch, BHChr. 
Eccl. 41. 14. 

Ua-oo^^ IcpoKoWa, Chimie 57. 20 with 
gloss Uoo%3 U±z>09 o», ib. 58. 20. 

ycu++} Med. 162. 7. See yOi-./ and ^-»«-/. 

JJJgJmJ,!/ from cl**J^./, 0/ Jericho, JjLao 
Jl^jo.**-.*-*/, R. O. C. vii. 119. 23, JL&Jf 
JfcUa-yw.^/, G. Busame 76. 3. 

yCu^*u( col. 170. 3. to Upardov, the inner 
sanctuary of a church, Par. Pat. 39. 1 but in 
the text ycujjf/ = A.M.B. vii. 102, Pallad. 
171 ult., 569. 7. 

**♦->/ col. 170. i.q. yO*+(. rust, verdigris, 
\s?\ Chimie 129, note 2, mediaeval alchemists 
call verdigris Jarim. Used in medicine, 
Med. 63. 21, 64. 1, 169. 1, 13, 560. 24, 601. 
19, J.A.O.S. xx. 196. 13, 14. 

s^u^i col. 170. 2) Irene, virgin and martyr, 
jLU^/and|uJ-*i*/ief. Stud. Sin. ix. 123. tit. if. 

V a-J_*«**/ Xpwov, lily oil, so correct for 
yCLUjj^ H*io, Med. 146. 12 and for yout/ 
ib. 147. 11. 

^^.^/ pr.n.m. a Mongol Emir, Jab. 149. 
4 af., ^-^^Z, ib. 5 af. 

tjEn^kQ-So-J-**-*/ Irenopolis, Syn. ii. Eph. 
11. 16. 

*+i+i^i Elprjurj, an island in the Bed Sea, 
Jac. Edes. Hex. 20. 7. 

jttll/ col. 171. 1) orris root i.e. the root 
of Iris Florentina, cr ^-d1 J-J .L-yj' : \*>'ljy 
Med. 601. ii, )^»^1? IL*& orris oil, ib. 143. 1, 
251. 13, 252. 3, 401. 10. In two passages, 
Med. 161. 7 and 182. 4, translated by Budge, 
"irises" and "husked barley " i.e. \ia>ll\ 
the meaning may be the flour of darnel or 
tares but is more likely to be orris as else- 
where. 



]laui (f )')&) If piiiuov, liier&ciiim, hawk weed, 
Med. 412. 20; J^clj^/ (t Jj'te) ib. 414. 13, 
434- 2. 

Jcsqoa*/ Aisouma, a hill near Amid., Dion. 
69. 13, but U>d_*/ BHChr. 288. 3 in 
col. 406, 

\L*Z( adj. from %JL( col. 171, Jbu^»< U>>gd 
a s/ioo£ om^ 0/ the stock of Jesse (Jes. xi. 1), 
War da 1 v. 

iLokJ/ col. 173. 2) pi. JLofcCT/ substances, 
Chimie 2. 3. 3) existing, JLo&ll/ oj)p. 
JloX^, But. Sap. Philos. 2. 2. 

kJ lll^r ( essentially, add : ) o*^L ( ? o» fcsl^ » 1^ 
^.o^fcL/ tsj|u]^l/ all created things e.r/^ 
essentially in the mind of God, Caus. Cans. 
19^. 10. 

cjsjfcs.^^ the island Ithaca, Jac. Edes. Hex. 
12. 8. 

tm-^jid/ col. 175. dxarrji, agate, Anecd. 
Syr. iv. 86. 2, ^oa^d/ 1. 4. See ^o^Jus/. 

|u?Ji>/ ^x"^ m > tones, C.B.M. 304 b bis, 306 a. 
See wCoJ^fiL/ col. 150. 

*ol+j\£>( f\^pr}U, remora. A small sea-fish 
credited with the power of delaying ships, 
Anecd. Syr. iv. 97. 26, *£dq^j\d(, ib. 98. 2, 
%flOQiAS^ ib. 96. 24, 97. 4; Natur 55. 1. 

♦3/' a village near Ctesiphon, Jab. 216. 12. 

)J*£/ P col. 176. a viper. Gr. pi. jsai'iD(\ 
Pallad. 112. 4. 

*fioai»QO( o£os, vinegar, marg. JH», Warda 
247 r. See ittQttd/. 

daocL-jjlLA.o/ w^tWos, for «(/ate, Natur 63. 
15, 16, uuo^|^( 1, 13. A mistake for 
m o^la/ and ^q^Ij/ in the analogous but 
less absurd passage of Physiologus, Anecd. 
Syr. iv. 86. 

%+d( Akhi, son of Hamselim, King of Persia 
and Elam, Ahikar, Introd. xxxiv, 49. 13. 

iQ y^ft - ^f IxyevpM, a Pharaoh's rat, 
N. Hist. vii. 4. 3, ya^oc*o<\ ib. 4. 4. 

*flocuo/ cxtvof, //w? s<?« urchin, Natur 57. 2. 

^toS^o^ axeipo7roiriTo?, not made by hands, 
a picture of Our Lord was so-called, Anecd. 
Syr. iii. 324. 16. 



17 r£i*l*Gi< 

^r Act. part. ^i^Jlo/ P col. 178. Add: 
to bite, gnaw, od*£ ^}\ A.M.B. v. 75, ^5, 
ojii^ )Ld/ p , ib. 453. 19; to itch, smart, 
oJ?r +J$ JLo/ P , Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 5. 9 ; 
Ar. Pfln N.' 9 , ZDMG. xxxi. 538. 21, )1 



wJLQJ 



o *^?1? decaying molars which throb, 



xx, 



Med. 172. 3; ^-£1? j.il.y J.A.O.S. 

191. 4. 7. Also ^*^d} Oo* )«-&-** 'Piio^dyot, 

a people of Ethiopia, Anecd. Syr. iii. 330. 2. 
Pass. part, add : ©*£ 9 V5/ ^ ^ a <^ wt/s eaten 
away with cancer, Pallad. 151. 6. Aphel 
part, add : •)&&,£ V^ feeding on sorrows, 
Jab. 195. 3 af. 

JJLo/" col. 180. 1) not rust but a gnawing 
worm or moth, Journ. As. 1894, 568; ]L>( 
oIcl-^-3 o«j>, Jac. Sar. ap. ZDMG. xxxi. 

383. 4- 

Ucl^W m. a small hammer, dimin. of ]lo(, 
BB. under juaJJCLO col. 3567. 

}i >W col. 180. 3) gangrene, ref. Med. 
200. 6, 201. 5. 

N<£d^ add: gnawing, J}c£i>^ l£l-2i Mei1 
21. 16. 

Jl&^aV f- gangrene, add refs. Anecd. Syr. 
ii. 223. 12, iicte? J^ck/' Med. 168 ult., 
169 ter, 170 ter, 171 quater, 562. 20. 

JLoo? col. 180, ra. Add: ]lsiZo Jlso/ meat 
and drink, BH. in Prov. viii. 2 ; ZA. viii. 
6. 18, 36. 16. 

)&*>&)& {.food. End of par. PI. )£&>J^, 
Duval Gr. § 246 6, 1 Tim. iv. 3, Jul. no bis, 
Jl^Xibo ib. 1. 5. 

IbJ^i infin. = subst. m. food. PL JUli 
BHGr. i. 32. 13; ^*^|l^, Duval ap. Journ. 
As. 1894, 568. 

JL100 111. food, fodder, Ha-^o© U»L, Dion. 
193. 11. 

p£r<-'ol. l82 - Aph.ooo/' 2) to be blackened, 
\jj\s=> o^ciooi? U-f. .« |jJV», BH. in Prov. 
xxii. 29. 

\Adq1 black. lL-£? UuSo/ the pupil of 
the eye, Med. 68. 12, pi. \UL' ^iaMof, 
ib. 79. 9. Uaio/ jIsT Was* oa& #a^s, ib. 
571. 6; JlS-^oo/ JfcCijiil black raisins, ib. 
573- '3- 



rcisaa^ 



18 



K'lO.llOlAK' 



jbaoco i) adj. abbrev. from |j*xio( black: 
loooa ]J^L black plums, J.A.O.S. xx. 191 ult., 
jbttoui)? |^*^? Joi? the blood of black sheep, 
ib. 193. 3, cf. Ik^Loo/ )JL.L, ib. 192. 17. 
Gottheil suggests |^oo/ in both places, but 
it is probably merely the modern form of the 
word. 2) subst. ellipt. for some black bird 
or animal, ]cea.i>? ]£>&, Med. 562. 2, 569. 12, 
574. 8, k&oi? )U*£, ib. 580. 13, 582. 8. 

JLL^xocua blackening, turning or dyeing 
black, Chimie 1. 5. 

)la..i..vi,o(to^ f. becoming black, opp. 
)L P ajtcu*fcsj£, But, Sap. N. Hist. iii. 7, ib. 
Isag. ii. 9. 

Jjaaoof pr.n.m. Uchama, col. 183. Add: 
Journ. As. 1907, 163. 5, A. M. B. iii. 473, 
Chast. 15. 10, 19. 1. 

jc*&ao/ )>a^ Mount Maurus, i.e. Amanus 
N. of Antioch, Dion. 13. 5. 

y6.x±+±D( txvtvfxcop, ichneumon, Natur 59. 2. 
im^i pr.n.m. Axus, BHChr. Eccl. 277. 15. 
m+)&£CLD( o^vfaov, strong vinegar, acetic acid, 
Chimie 58. 10. 

qfl.A.^:ioo,» n\n( m. pi. d£iu)fiaTiKoi t men of 
high rank, Syn. ii. P_]ph, 8. 19, 37, 3. 

i^^oamo/ col. 184. o£vfjLt\i } oxymel, refs. 
Chimie 16. 21, Med. 39. 20, 45. 13, 
(sic) ^Njipoo/', ib. 236. 5. 

v omo/ a£a>p, axis, De Astrolabe 84. 

oajCLflas/ o£oy, vinegar, col. 185. ref. Chimie 
7. 14. 

iltacod/ col. 185, exile. Add: \**~™**±l 
with ,jx*. t$opi*(u, Sev. Lett. 379. 4, BHGr. 
i. 47. 21. 



& 



to en a 



( m. pi. aromatic herbs, Med. 



211. 13. 

jum.d/ col. 186. cif ta, rank, office, with 
gloss Ja^^a*,, Sev. Lett. 462 ult., aw/ J) 
})J» [m*)\s> let none regard rank, Vit. Monoph. 
80. 10 = Jo. Tell. 64. 11; [A^q ? Umo/ 
royal rank, Anecd. Syr. iii. 68. 21, k*mo/ 
U#*^s{? ^6 o^ce 0/ the imperial prefect, ib. 
2 59« 25; pi. aDaxmd/ ^so? k**, dismissal 
from office, ib. 315. 6. 



* cu ;^*o&o/ egiTi'ipttw, a farewell oration, 
Greg. Carm. ii. 27. 14. 

gooa.:*i.A.£a-o/ Aximus (Maxim us?) emp. 
Stud. Sin. ix. roi. 

orunr>o/ o£oy, vinegar, Chimie 41. 10. 

uacumo/ col. 187. *£is-, 1) habit, constitu- 
tion, \A&5f >ax+Dix6r «©>©!£»/ )^Lv But. Sap. 
Eth. 1.7; opp. fcfla^cD©*]^? 8m^6o-i?, ib. Isagoge, 
11. 4, .Jo* *m *£t\r> ( Ji y ]^iML» y/ J©» Jfcl^iJ 
*flaAfloo*fcH> Jil^o-Lao JJ y(o, ib. Philos. 6. 5, 
ib. N. Hist. 4. 9. 

U c aIm.Q( col. 187. 1) habitual, <*^cw* 
l* cc\ * fn D( o'ot 6y ^7 T % habitual love, C.B.M. 
881 a, BHCarm. 20. 13, Urnlm:)/* Jt^, 
But. Sap. Eth. 1, 7, fern. **o» )Es ^ : «* *} r 
o*rofl^Lso )^JSno, ib. 6; pi. \lilo Uoo^d 
KA-ob^moio constitutional defects, ib. Pol. iii. 4. 
2) U^oo) jjooj ^0 material mind opp. )joo» 
UmAind( tfAe perceptive mind, N. Hist. viii. 
4. 6 bis. 

bw»ji.mJL£& M of constitutionally y LcLjo*-^. 

But. Sap. Eth. 1. 5. 

)icuin«mp( f. customariness, IcuuoaAm^o^ 
taa2>cu* I 1 hy habitual Love, BHCarm. 138. 4. 

*ct\*£Q.a\*tt\D( etjtoroiTr)?, assessor of tribute, 
C.B.M. 4246. 

^**~*.jxud? col. 187. Correct elixir, dry 
perfume. 

^^^.m^f an old ragged and patched 
garment, BA. under JfcO^;^ col, 604. 

JliocLD^col. 188. a pilgrim, stranger. Add: 

kJT)< l crt»p( as a stranger, voti^]" r ^ 
\Z[ ^jUmo^ Bar Penk. 137. 19. 

^-m-oil( to receive hospitality, add refs. 
BHChr. Eccl. 479. 24, 26, *.ax** ^U/* 



^xitt^ JLl*, he stayed Jive years in the 
monastery of Pes kin, ib. 485. 13. 

Jlo iimol&oo f. the becoming a pilgrim or 
traveller, BHEth. 105. 4 af. 

jfoums/ Pallad. 107. 13, 112. 10 for 
Jtooamo/^ ib. 225. 12 and Stat. Schol. Nis. 
27. 8 guest-master. Add: J^^mo/, Anecd. 
Syr. iii. 216. 2, Zach. tr. H. and Brooks 167, 
note 3. See J^oJomo^col. 185. 



r€.Oa jji O .lite* K* 



19 



ooai:uSk-2aa. 



,w 



NC^o6*.l£&3( ^€i/oSo^^(rot (but £*z>o6(;x€ia is 

meant), hospitals or guest-houses, Pallad. 
200. 11. 

udcu^imd/ Xanthippe, wife of Albinus, 
R.O.C. iii. 41. 6. 

*floaa-*]^imo/ Xanthippus, servant of the 
Apostle Thomas, Act. Apost. Apoc. o»\». 23. 

A^( col. 198. <S±*D( anxious, concerned, 
add: om»>)^ ^& ^ Jooi «a*2<% Jul. 121. 15. 

kJl&o/" add: quickly, A.M.B. iii. 311; 
diligently, Galen ap. ZDMG. xxxix. 244. 18, 

those who have diligently studied the earlier 
treatises, il>. 283. 4. Urgently, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
285. 8. 

JIqlQ).» j/ y f. add : anxiety, doubt, too* V 

Theod. in John i. 36. 

\>&-do( m. a 2 )a€ k' sa ddl e > DBB. 61. 11, 
Uoo-^f Iajjo/, id. sub jl.^.*L>L 1401. 18, 
Thes. col. 2781 ; );,I-Vr^ l&so?, Gest, Alex. 
231.6. 

|^aD( m. solicitous, Is. Ant. ii. 14 pen. 

Y&a( need, add : f Lo©» i&o/ ^» what need 
was there? Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 483 

\2l2>( col. 189. 2 mc ^' 8a( ^dle, ref. G. Busame*, 
14 b. 2. 

JfeLaf col. 191. wrath. Add: k~JjUl£W 
angrily, Sev. Lett. 453. 1. 

^I«J^( t)ubof Arab. ^,:>jj| .L.X&.1 name of 
an Emir, BHChr. 381. 7, 457. 1. 

JJ( conj. col. 192. if— not, *a±^JL/ JI/ i//w 
vms not deceived, Ephr. Ref. ii. 87. 4. Cf. 
Matt, xi. 6 Curet. u>=> ^*r>isj 11/ ^o*q.=>o^. 

JJ/ col. 192. to mourn. \^±(ib. a mourner, 
but JJL^rBHCarm. 150. 14. PI. U-X-W 
Charms 81. 11. 

JJJl2d m. lamentation, .otS.*( oto^p Jk^^ 
©*^)oo 0*0*^ )L»i*#(o Warda ed. Deutsch 
7 pen. 

kail/ and |^^k( "AXn/Sn, an island in the 
Red Sea, Jac. Edes. Hex. 20. 8. 

^oL^U/ i. q. ^Jf D/ col. 194 and Jab. 91, 
Ala Dagh = high mountain, near Tabriz, 
note ib. and 97. 



^>v »» "\\/ Ar. ^r*^ = ^i*o col. 508 
Bahrein, El Nis Chron. 173. 2. 

*aod^i^/ he-goat, Chimie 241 n. 1 ; Warda 
246 1? marg. JLa^L. Probably nlyt^drrfs. 

\ » - ^^Z Albina, daughter-in-law of S. 
Melania the Great, Pallad. 20 1. 2, mis-written 
|>1a.nt>,\7, ib. 196. 7 ; Pet. Ib. 27. 19. 

, * ; v ** ^\ ( col. 194. dXafiaarpos, Vantimoine 
sulfure, Chimie 12. 9; «m-«;-^. n\ ^\( [&)»& 
alabaster, ib. 41. 8 ; cf. 7 2 n. 1 ; Act. Apost. 
Apoc. kaflLO. 12. 

d»cu«X( Helladius, bishop of Caesarea, 
Mich. Syr. i. Ease. ii. 160 c. 2. 

o^LV c °1- li )6- denom. verb from )<h^L( . 
Ethpa. o^Mm to become partaker of the Divine 
nature. Add: ^»c*-^(l^£ Ji_^3* looo 
Greg. Carm. ii. 49. 20. Part. pi. f. )lS-iaJ 
Jfcl^o^ifcoo, But. Sap. Philos. 1. 2. 

JwjoofJ^/ col. 197. m. dimin. a godlet, 
godling, Jac. Sar. Horn. iii. 797. 4, Mar Bassus 
7. 82; Hormizd. 2914, 

»*o»^k(^ llo^( 1) divine. Add: *#o^( Jl 
godless, Jul. 62. 25. 2) for Gr. 6*iov, sulphur] 
Chem. Uo^^/" \jLJSLL foumeau cl sublimation, 
Chimie, 59. 4; |u^/ juoo eau divine, i.e. 
white of egg wherein sal ammoniac and alum 
have been dissolved, ib. 39. 5 ; l^cn^r )ubo 
jLo^oofio, ib. 42. 14; prepared with sulphur t 
ib. 59. 2. 

JLcu^ch-^/ divinity = Holiness, title of 
veneration addressed to a bishop, BHChr. 
Eccl. 161. 21. 

kJjlaoa.Xf in the language oftJie Elamites, 
C.B.M. 901 a. 

Jusci^7 Olba in lsauria, De Goeje B. 65. 19 ; 
*£Q2>cu^/ Nold. F. S. i. 471. 77. l.q. j%\o/. 

*floo(faX( col. 198. a negro race living on 
the Nile, add. ref. ^^koot ^Ao» juJLoo 
.floj^a^/, Jac. Edes. Hex. 32. 10. 

tO»j?al/ i\v§pLov, elydrion, Plectrum on 
chelidoine, Chimie 3. 9 and note 13, explained 
as " soufre marin " from BB. under *cu?joX( 
col. 201 ; ib. 11. 21, 17. 16, 18. 8. 

*£oo**Aa:»ci^/ col. 200: pr.n.m. Olympio- 
dorus, Warda 247 r with gloss. Jko>©»aao, 
R.O.C. xv. 230 f. 



euto 



aW 



20 



&ur£lW 



^<&I»c£\( COl. 200. ci\v(T(TOV ol 8c €l(T7TtblOV y 

Diosc. i. 444, useful to heal those hitten by 
a mad dog, Chimie 5. 20. 

wQp Q * x ^o o o^k( pr. n.m. 'EXrutriVtor, Eleusinius, 
Sev. Lett. 93. 4. 

*x»a*aaX( pr.n.m. Olympius, Nbld. F. S. 
i. 471. 58. 

U^^f name of S. Paul's mother, J. As. 
1906, 283. 7. 

uaooujaaW pr.n.m. Aqyllos, Nbld. F. S. 
i. 475. 146. 

uqoojclXj alXovpos, tlie Weazel, nickname of 
Timothy the Great, Bishop of Alexandria, 
C.B.M. 603 b, Anecd. Syr. iii. 135. 2. 

U*cl^/ (? Juia-V,) Illyrians, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
15. 9, 57. 12. 

>m ^ N ,aQo>io,^/ (9 Jjja*^) the wilderness 
of Eleutheropolis, Sev. Ant. Vit. 96. 9. 

l^M (? «-«) n AortV7, a kind of toad-flax, 
Diosc. iv. 40, Galen ap. ZDMG. xxxix. 240. 

4p>7 Arab. jyLUI Al-Tai, *A« Tayaya, 
Arab, El Nis. Chron. 190. 1 bis, 2 ; ,,^w *_*> 
~*^ 193- 7- 

^oc^l/ eXaror, ductile, Chimie 228, not. 1. 

*-ucLau^7 the Libyan desert, A.M.B. vii. 12. 

occu**^/, dooot^sk/, or *ao* f bk/ pr.n.m. 
'EXAa&o?, Helladius, Pleroph. 19. 2, *ju>,^\? 
Syn. ii. Eph. 40. 15. Cf. *dcl>?II/ col 193; 
and fcflocu*^/ above. 

^*^( so corr. misprint, col. 205. 1. 

Stmt 5 71 

\Qi* ^ f col. 205. Helenium or elecampane, 
refs. ^if oo»? yOi^^Med. 143. 10, 182. 4. 

%a>cuficu^7 pr.n.m. 'EXcv^pior, Elentherios, 
Sev. Lett. 72. 17 f. 

ya-.i^J^/ col. 204. elaterium, juice of the 
vnld cucumber, refs. Med. 53. 5, 54. 3, 198. 6, 
379- 5- 

) lm . Z\ ( see ) ;rn\7 and other spellings, 
col. 212. a pistachio nut, ) j«*Z \f r ^ y £, 
give a dose the size of a nut, Med. 305. 5, 308. 
18, 310. 16. 

jiL;»rn ? \rA.M.B. v. 566 and v aa*;rr>»\7 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 268. 12, v oo*;jaDa^7, ib. 269. 
15- oKoarjpiKov, pure silk. See yad»^m\/ 
col. 211. 



yO^.^A^/ col. 207. rjXcKTpov, amber, Chimie 
2 - 4> 3- 4> 9 pen. An alloy of gold and silver, 
ib. 236, note 4, recipes for compounding 
electrum, ib. 260-266. Usually printed 
yOi^A^, Med. 99. 5, 208. 9, 16, 265. 3, 
but v 6^iL^7^ib. 1. 14. 

)la* \ ( col. 207. a towing rope, ref. Pal lad. 
579. 2, 4; ZA. iii. 54. 

»flocLiapL>; nl\{ col. 207. Halicarnassus, 
add spelling \ n% »». a ^7, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
284. 4. 

l>m>; n » \ ( I/alicarnassian, Sev. Ant, 
Vit. 275. 10. 

M*»**X/ Alerianus prob. for Valerianus, 
Bishop of Neo-Caesarea, De Goeje B. 65. 18. 

;j2laZ^7 name of a city in Persia, A.M.B. 
ii. 671 ; var. d^A^vTnote ib. 

jfcllX/ col. 208. 2) fat tail of a sheep, 
add: IK^jt U i V , Med. 140. 15, 141. 12, 
569. 16, 570. 5. But tail of a pelican ()£&) 
ib. 591. 22. 

"V^7 col. 209. > ^y*^7^ 3) a leader, add : 
JIqj^P? o »a\ ^ / ^>o jilsiri an evildoer seeks 
protection from those who uphold justice, 
Philox. 130. 1 ; you have made your city 
jMiao ^ch^d? )ts\.\7, Jul. 80. 14. 

^W( col. 210. aKXt], another; see under 
^sa^po^/ DBB. 31. 3 af., 32. 6. 

|jq\( col. 210. malice, spite, add: %a^L$ 
[ ^ \ ?o \ vi \j ^%^o ^j*>, Colophon to 
G. Busang, ditto to Hist. B.V.M. 152 ult., f., 
ditto to Dr. Budge's copy of Palladium 768. 2. 
Jfc^UUaX/I Jab. in. 4, jLiCL^rU? ib. 122. 1. 
L. 7 of par. insane or furious lust, BH. Eth. 
247. 

yfjiaa^r place-name, probably ^* 1*3^7 q.v. 
col. 210. the cities, i.e. Seleucia-Ctesiphon, 
Jab. 74. 

s sr\C k*^>CL\{ Almeric or Amalaric, a mistake 
for Theodoric the Goth, Anecd. Syr. iii. 
287. 14. 

^L} 9 Alan, ^m )$l] r a coastal region of 
the Caspian Sea, near the Volga, BHChr. 
91. 11 ; ^|* Juikfi, Bar Penk. 142. 12. 

fc^U^L( in the tongue of the Alan?, C.B.M. 
901 a. 



f<uW 



21 



r&xSSQrt 



]fi\i Alinda, a bishopric in Caria or Asia, 
De Goeje B. 65. 15. 

.^<mV^ "v^tvnc Helenus, progenitor of the 
Greeks, Arist. Apol. ^.11. 

%aa^( ii\as, salt, sal ammoniac, Chimie 
4. 6, 15. 

*^' for fc^S saX/' the alphabet. o£o 
Uc^^ji *&}' ©^ A.M.B. iii. 445- 

a^l* jA^rcol. 216. a ship, Uw? Ja^/ 
brazen vessels, this occurs in a list of utensils, 
C.B.M. 491 a. 

]i ^o>\ / r bryony, Med. 264. 1, probably a 
confusion of yofroaX/ and )'+jkk^( q.v. 

AirtftV^ hellebore, jp^^v .^ .^ia3>cu#, 
Med. 601. 17. See yo«£^7 col. 217. 

Jla^/ pi. the Alps, JjiajJ UaX?, Jac. Edes. 
Hex. 34. 9. 

»^\ / name of an Arabian abbat, C.B.M. 
714 a. 

Yi-aJL^r white bryony, Med. 2.64. 15, 
u Lt-* ^Ij.a, ib. 601. 18. 

Jio-^k^ col. 219. f. disgust, disgustingness, 
j^oo?? o»lo-^7, Dion. 231. 19. 

jL'cul!^' col. 219. f. defined in But. Sap. 

yCL^3 )9^AX> Jlofcw/ lcL^.».ft* JLcL^/' 

Jtcul^' wo», Philos. 2. 6, opp. JLcu^sofcoo, 
ib. and Theol. 4. 6 ; compelling influence of 
stars, George Ar. 24. 9, 29. 1,12. 

Ulrica painful, S. Dan. 63 a, 10. 

L^jo|l a \j i. q. ya-^Icf.cvXf col. 220. 
iWkvoviov, bastard sponge, Jfcsj^of UjoMiW 
U&.+1, Chimie 7. 14. 

ojIftV/^ for yo|j^^ <iXkvo)»', kingfisher. 
Natur 22. 10, ytt\ o/ r ib. 21. 10, , x 6xk^( 

I. 16. Corrected in nates. 
JJoolanWadj. halcyon (days), But. Sap. 

N. Hist. vii. 3. 1. 

yj£±l r Alkedan, village of Hephton, M. Z, 
207. 16. 

|c*LttOi^7 Z^KvcTfia, dross of lead, Chimie 
14. 10. v qj»q«oa^( dross of silver, ib. 

II. f>. 



[ 1 >r> n,S7 Alcmena, mother of Hercules, 
Arist. Apol. ^*. 17. 

k-o^c a city of Dan, Josh. xix. 44, for 
Heb. ngri^K, C f. \&LU r col. 424. 

)u«^M pr. 11. f. Eleria, daughter of Zeno, 
Journ. As. 1907, 402. 

ipjfc^f Arab. Ju.H, a bond, lease, a Neo- 
Syriac word, A.M.B. ii. 569. 

W, )^o( col. 222. 25, f. (.JLif \-*o( and 
lLo\v>? \&( should be under U&(, )ls^^(. Ed. 
Urm. has \^o( r , Talm. H13K arm ; channel, cf. 
Angl. an arm of the river, R. D. Journ. As. 
1894, 579. U£*? Job/ ib. 7 af. of par. 
Arabism {j*\)\'*\ //*e crown of the head, Med. 
58. 8, Dion. 216. 8, Anecd. Syr. ii. 156 5. 

U*j*d)c*>/ Yamnia, a bishopric in Palestine, 
Mich. Syr. 158 c pen. 

you^i Mount Amanus, Jac. Edey. Hex. 
11. 6, 37- 3- 

)^*LW m. pi. probably Amorites, Bahira 
231. 10. Usually )JjcLiD( . 

\_tc\ ^ **s( col. 224. ambo, pulpit, add: 
yq^W, O.B.M. 7°5^ 2 - 

JlQa^j^/ for Ia^^j/ <m alembic, Chimie 
31. 11, 12, oapCL fwvW , ib. 26. 15, 28 antep., 
29. 13. 

• ojJLxW 6 y Afx^Xadcov, Amblada, a bishopric 
in Lycaonia, Nold. F. S. i. 473. 104. 

.^AAnvs/ (l-^j/) yrj afi7T€\ins, a kind of 

earth smeared on vines to kill insects, 
Jk.Ajjjo>ao o» saffron coloured, yellow, Chimie 
8. 2. 

«Jlso( col. 224. amber, Med. 56. 15. 

Ji^j«7 col. 224. Pers. tLol a stack of corn, 
heap of chaff, Lag. Mitth. i. 44 infra, 1^*3 
)^L»( barns, A.M.B. iv. 256. 10. 

\1dooIsl2^( col. 224. ambrosia, ingredient 
of a draught for a consumptive, Med. 220. 9, 
226. 9. 

JoT P>ele the paragraph. It is t&f" Aph. 
of ♦■» q.v. col. 2010. 

I j +xz] probably for \jI*o cellars, storerooms, 
Eplir. cd. Lamy ii. 805. 7. 



Acu^arc' 



22 



r£jJxLZnr< 



^aao/ Amid, a bishopric in Tabaristan, N.of 
Demavend, Syn. Or. 109. 24; Marquart 136. 

jUoa^of given by BA. as synonym for Jo Jo* 
a small fish, minnow; see l^Jo* col. 1001. 

^Ajoao/ (* )♦-»*) a monastery in Arabia, 
C.B.M. 711 b. 

%aiLJcLao( col. 227. 1) gum ammoniac, 

fennel juice (a gum), also called sandarac 
(a gum resembling amber), Chimie 5. 15 and 
p. 10 of the translation, note 11. 2) sal 
ammoniac, yoa^dj©/' |u1nA, Med. 91. 6, 
92. i, ellipt. 49. 3, 15, 50. 8, 53. 5; \A*£ 
yCLQ-odjso/' prescribed for asthma, ib. 197. 19. 
JIS^o-jclW' Med. 602. 3. 

Ju*a.x>( col, 228. add: 2) [+9qj&( Amoraye, 
a people coupled with Persians, Gest. Alex. 
167, 176. Perl). Ilimyarites. Other sug- 
gestions are U^oootsf and L^o. 3) U»o_W 
Amotion in Asia, De Goeje B. 65. 20. I. q. 
^sio^o? col. 228. 

^-.jclW a bishopric, probably ^*«o/ 
Ilimerion, De Goeje B. 65. 5. 

jw ^ V V >q/ lapis nlfiaTtTrjSj bloodstone, 
haematite, Chimie 8. 10 Jk~*jJso* \&Y=> ©» ; 
an^^->ftAp/ ib. 9. 16. 

)Joo( Ommiads; see o*H»( ^>. 

or quince oil, Med. 147. 15. 

Ju^aof pr.n. m. a correspondent of Severus 
of Antioch, C.B.M. 951 a. 

%£oa£iIi( and »cl^loo( col. 229. 1) saZa- 
mander, ref. Nars. ed. Ming. ii. 35 ult. and note. 
2) amianthus or asbestos, Diosc. v. civ; Hist. 
Mon. i. 273; yo^Loo/ J^ajo Chimie 9. 7, 18, an 
inferior kind of talc, ib. 1. 9 ; cliaux de pterre 
calcaire, Duval, ib. 41. 7, 9; but yO^xoo/ 
.ftVj oo»t ib. 1. 3 ; and so cood^JLo©/ r \&\d 
Ui^ cJiqo fc^so/ i.e. talc, N. Hist. iii. 
cap. t, sect. 2. 

vi o^/ 'Afinlvr), an island in the Red Sea, 
Jac. Edes. Hex. 20. 7. 

U^W col. 230. a pool, swamp; ref. Jac. 
Edes, Hex. 23. 1 5. 



IfcLoo/" col. 230. a spade, shovel, S. Dan. 
ap. R.O.C. v. 396. 17. PL jfcllW" Gest, 
Alex. 101. 4. 

Jpo/ col. 230. a rug, carpet: Hoffmann 
thinks this word and )fcO£oS( and Jfc^Iao 
are Babylonian vernacular forms of jj^/Sl.vw, 
Pers. Mart. n. 206. 

^j£( denom. verb from Jli/", to cover ', 
wrap up, 10 o»»\v k^oo / r J fc^ao cu , Warda 2 5 5 r. 

<^£j&/ Pers. L©l myrobalan, the fruit or 
nut of a kind of Terminalia, Med. 138. 7, 
2 39- i.3> 393- 7- 

yCL^Lif col. 231 and »alaiD( col. 326. 
1) afivXov, starch, Med. 82. 2, 16, 83. 14, 164. 
4, 24, 165. 2; yQ^Jbi" ~o*olH+\f Jl^? )flx, 
ib. 181. 6, :l~> ^ Ujoi J^? j-W v dvW^ 
ib. 601. 19. 

yi^j£^f. i.q. JLi/'q.v. )k X^A ya^k&l', 
A.M.B. iv. 239. 1. 

^W : JL'cli^oo^ col. 237. 6 of par. Used 
absolutely it usually means chemistry but 
sometimes astrology, Spic. 9. 1. 

Ki.vio/ col. 238. Add: technical, |ja±x> 
Uh&oi, Galen. 244. 7. 

|uL^.«oot col. 238. Dele the words "vox 
dubia". It is a late formation from ^ax»ot 
considered as a quadriliteral, Nold. ZDMG. 
xliii. 680. Refs. Jjj*L*oo»^ iYi*ffl **o*aoi:sDo?f 
Nestorius was a fortress, its foundations were 
laid on faith, Warda 52 r, Parad. ed. Card, 
where the word is wrongly vocalized JxaaJooi. 

) iVi.xv* ot col. 238. Add : assurance, J -^ } J) 
Jfc^fco ^»o? )loi v>>o» ^^o** too*, Sev. Lett. 
119. 9. 

yca&i and .cu.vLW a friend of Cyril and 
deposed with him by the Council of Ephesus, 
Warda 55 r. 

^^■v^/ pr. n. m. Amantius, A need. Syr. 
iii. 233. 24; ^jojsc/ 1. 27. 

)**^jjjo/ pr.n.f. A.M.B. vii. 126. 

jXL&j Z-c Yakut 3. 728, "Ifxfxa, Emma % 
a town between Antioch and Aleppo, C.B.M. 
708. 2, Doc. Mon. 172. to, Sacliau ZA. xii. 48. 

)*mJtt( inhabitants of Amasia, see col. 240. 
1. Rev. Lett. 247. 16. 



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23 



ooa^QO.lDi^r^ 



^fla^aa^o/ ci/uTrwrtf, ebb of the sea, Bar Ce. 
Hex. under Jfco>Xi, col. 539. 

)ooci °i v>( col. 240 and so correct for 
l^aa^o/ ib. a Greek fyi</>a>^a, Fraenk. Fremd W. 
14 n. 1. 1) a skylight, window light or pane, 
JfcCJL^ >c*j-&? kicuSLW^ Op. Nest. 32. 6; 
with gloss. JfcLjui), Med. 68. 20. 2) white 
lead or gypsum, Chimie 136. 1; 49. 5, 12, 
50. 10, booftre^ Arab. -.lu&J, Pers. cyljuo-l, 
Med. 716. 4. 3) a clarionet, Mt. Singar 54. 5, 
55- 4- 

ju&^a/ col. 241. Guidi corrects nymphea, 
fountains, Bull. Arch. Romae xii. 222. 

ydirfja&jjo^ col. 242. green oil, add refs. 
Med. 60. 8, 213. 9. 

f©«-&jso( and fOKiLaj^f empereur from 
impei at or, Jab. 63 and note. 

}££&j»( col. 242. Guidi gives enap^ot, 
vico-magistri, city guards, Bull. Arch. Romae 
xii. 223. 1 and note. Ref. Sassanidi 63. 40. 

Kfli-vy col. 243. Delete the paragraph. 

*aof col. 243 : 

Wolac/' col. 245. 8 of par. the officiating 
priest, Qdhani W, 174. 9. 

1»aW col. 245. an Emir, commander, add: 
)£W £*>}" Chief Emir, Jab. 183. 7, 185. 6, 
ult., \Jk^L( *#£I^so^ r chiliarchs, ib. 162. 2. 
PI. ]sLoof r already given and \jz230(, Dion. 
125. 20, 128. 15, 234. 8 bis. 

ILo^JLW f. emir-ship, El. Nis. Chron. 135. 
2 4, 137- 7> M2. 11. 

}i-so( m. Ar. ^.21 command, authority, ^ao 
U»o^{ Jj^.oj»,f J^so/, Dion. 67. 18. 

^*^o( Ilimerion, a bishopric in Osrhoene, 
Syn. ii. Eph. n. 13. See ^u±+}. 

Jiciiaoifco© col. 246. Add: a predicate, 
affirmation, )Icli^d{^^& Lo^o* of the Son 
with the Father, Hist. Mon. ii. 133. 5, ^-^? 
id. with us, ib. 1. 16. PL \JL& jL'cu&ao^ 
ridiculous discourses, Or. Xt. i. 82. 4. 

]hoT col. 247. 12. sign of the Zodiac, 
Aries, used as a name for Marcasite, Chimie 
6. 14. 

JjoxoOt-aa/ m, dimin. of )l^o( a little lamb, 
BHGr. i. 24, 26, )fcs^l^Q0Ci-ao/ f. ib. 25. 13, 



k£0'H&( pi. of Ju&( col. 247, a papa, a drain, 
sewer, j^uocf ^i^W, Jul. 26. 13. 

doeoJL;-*©/ i.q. ^-u»/; Nold. F. S. i. 
470. 45. 

K-d;j*d/ Lat. amaracus, marjoram, but in the 
Gk. Kaala, Act. Apost. Apoc. ^»*^. 12. Cf. 

Jujjsd^d^ ()ta«>) see JJjjaJ^i^ col. 248. 
afjeptfxvla Nold. dpcpipvos, HofFm. Ahrens Lexical, 
an open cheque, unlimited credit, Anecd. Syr. 
iii. 214. 19, 215. 22. 



QXJl 



-*«-W 



apapciKov, 



?narjoram, 

.i ..X 



oil of 



^^ji ^\^3\ ydi>^»/, 



camomile, Med. 151. 13 
ib. 601. 12. 

jufeoo/ 77€x LVOt = reading tttjxwoi from n^x v ^ 
people a cubit high, pygmies, Anecd. Syr. iii. 
330. 3 IVom Ptolem. Geog. 

|x»ioJl3o^S)L»( avaK€<pa\aia>6r}vai, to be sum- 
marized, BHGr. i. 47. 25. 

^ . ™}1 es\ tf dwiKXttcrts', reflection in water, 
explained as (Jso^. loJ^, of reflections in 
the water, N. Hist. v. 2, 1 ter. 

^B]Aj^ N. Hist. iv. 1, sect. 2, i.q. jfl»-w(. 

\Al2±jj y col. 254. Arab. <j-~il, Gr. <fy/Si£, 
hn alembic, ZDMG. xxxii. 576. \ n «-* 1/ 
)^ cw a blind alembic, i.e. without a head, 
Chimie 33. 20 and often. Also written 
)(cu-*>p/, tru-fci» ib. 

^«-Sk^( Pers. ^j^^Xil honey + ^£j.> a pot. 
Name of a medicine compounded with honey, 
Med. 312. 10. 

^aql^/ usually V~ ^^^ c °l* 2276 and 
Suppl. infra. Pers. dU..^ ; U. Dozy says it is 
a small pomegranate of Khorasan ; others an 
Indian fruit with fragrant flowers; Med. 393.9. 

|l»\^( col. 255. dyyeXtu, a letter, ref. 
JJL^s^J?'' .nri^Nmv*, gloss. )L;-^ ofc*-s, 
Warda 247 v. 

*flo6 f ? \ ^->/ iq- *ai.^\)L^JLj^ col. 251. 

dvayaWls, pimpernel. For jaundiced eyes, Med. 
392. 11 ; Chimie 50. 5; «mA^( ib. 15. 14; 
^♦^X^>/ ib. 227, 11. 2. 

wJUfio^*j/ the summer tropic, De 
Astrolabe 270 pen. 

u»clx>o*o>«j/ androdamas, pyrite arstnicale, 
Chimie 10. 21 ; ^oa^o^/ ib. 97. 



QoaAa-WGi.iif*' 



24 



oa\lr^ 



*^oa-9a^co>^-j/ Andromaphus, a gentile 
priest, BHChr. Eccl. 17 pen. 

jsoa^cunj/ Andriornachus, High Priest 
of the Jews, BHChr. Eccl. 19. 6. 

M op( col. 258. Zend. Anahita = undejiled, 
a personification of unsullied waters, hence 
goddess of waters. Later the planet Venus. 
Name of a martyr, daughter of Adhurhormizd, 
a mobed, A.M.B. ii. 559 and note, 583, 
Tahari 4. 

^a^Qj( "Awtos, the accuser of Socrates, 
But. Sap. Philos. 7. 3, Periherm. ii. 5, kocL*» 
^d^<W UL»o ^a*^^Dcu», N. Hist. viii. 3. 5. 

»clh*Joj( €p<otik6i>, the Henoticon of Zeno, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 30. 18, 24, 113. 5, 12, yoAl^jl 
ib. 113. 2. Usually ^<uoi or ^j©>. 

aJ&cu^ €Povfi(v(ovs) united, *dii N, ».^.^J> 
UJ^ wo»di^i jxi ^£dj/"A. M. B. v. 537 
note %aaX )XaaJ? wiay GW number you with 
His saints. 

, -* ^, ^cf j/ a mountain near the Nile, 
Kal-w-Dim. 118. 25. 

*o£jLai/ P col. 261. sal ammoniac, Med. 89. 
14, 18, 91. 16, 161. 23, 162. 12, 171. 11. 

[Afi^kif avreyicvKXia, revocation or con- 
tradiction of an encyclical letter, Anecd. Syr. 
iii. 164. 13, C.B.M. 1053 b; ^^aiul^j/ 
ib. 1054 b. 

^Amoa^j/ (vTtv&s, petition, Anecd. Syr. 
iii. 176. 7, Zach. tr. H. and Brooks 116 note. 

yCifl^Xa^j/ correct ^4( Italian, Chimie 
58. 4. So ^X^/ ib. 47. 5, ydft.N^j/ 
ib. 1. 1 1 and 10, 14. 

\Q^j/ "Evarov, name of a monastery nine 
miles from Alexandria, Pet. Ib. 64. 18 and 
gloss., R. O.C. iii. 245 ult., iv. 348, n. 3, 
)Lf»inrvi\t? \*&1 El-Haneton in Makrizi, 
Pleroph. 28.11 and n. 3 ; Sev. Ant. Vit. 24. 11, 
27. 3; Anecd. Syr. ii. 177. 26; C.B.M. 33 b, 
34 a and note. 

y o^^s^j/ fortress of Antigun, perh. Antigous 
in Pisidia, see Ramsay Hist. Geog. of Asia 
Minor 141. Jac. Edes. Chron. Can. 575. 4, 
583. note 5. 

1^9;-^^/ under v CLa;^^^jT col. 265. 



11. 2 and 3 of par. dele " minus recte " and 
add refs. Sev. Ant. Vit. 194. 9, 277. 6, C.B.M. 
1059 °. 

l^ja^9'jooaix»»*^jr with gloss. ou*»? «*\\-> 
fe**jso?, sect of Antidicomarianites = ad- 
versaires de Marie, Coupes ii. 139. 

% cu qjL^^j ( avTi tok€tg>u } a stone assisting 
parturition, Natur 24. 4. 

^.a^^j/ (U*+) i.q. v eA"^jJl^/ col. 132 
the Atlantic, Anecd. Syr. iv. 97. 24. 

uaocu*. fe~>( prob. for u»cuja^j/ Antony, 
*,cl^»j ^dcll^j/ +j» ]ls{? no Antony can 
force Jerusalem on high, 4 Mace. 63. 20. 

tflooio&A^j/ avrtyopos, the town hall of 
Edessa, peril, so-called from its position 
opposite the Forum, Jos. Styl. 22. 15, transl. 
18 and note. 

\a\s>&a+^j( see \^J(, a counter-encyclical 
letter, Anecd. Syr. iii. 174. 24. 

^m>^Qa^j/ col. 268. dvTiKkflbtov, a false 
key, A.M.B. vii. 808. 

>ami*Q^( dvTtKrjvffayp, equal to a Censor 
(cf.-uvriQcos), Severus of Antioch was so named 
by his fellow students on account of his 
proficiency in Civil Law, Sev. Ant. Vit. 215. 
10, Nau in loc. ap. R. O.C. v. 293 n. 2. 

r /**ft.^ *f duTLKbiaaf), a rival Caesar, Anecd. 
Syr. iii. 229. 24, C.B.M. 10586. 

Jl^j/ or U\^jj cVoAt/, command; with 
*^jL», or ^^' to receive the command i.e. to 
resign himself to die, Anecd. Syr. ii. 40. 7, 
274. 7. 

u»Q \ m fcu( col. 269. 2) Corr. cvroSevs, 
eWoAfly, procurators, agents^ loc. cit. = Syr. 
Rom. Rechtsb. 7. 16. 

^1X^1/ col. 269. 1) Anatolius. Corr. 
ref. not 10. 22 but 192. 12. Add: 2) 
>ai«N^ t( (*aaj»ao) Ko^irjs dvaroXrjs, Count of the 
East, Anecd. Syr. iii. 244. 24, Jl^i( ib. 1. 5, 

yCLA^^i/ col. 269. ivroKiKov, power of 
attorney, i.e. authority to act, Syr. Rom. 
Rechtsb. 18. 7, 8. 

mfc*j "Aurai, a Slav tribe living between 
the Dnieper and Don, only mentioned in the 
sixth century, W.Z.K.M. ix. 93, note 2. 



h+&^J( col. 269. Dele medicamentum, the 
word means Attic, one attic mina, Duval ap. 
Journ. As. 1894, 570. 

^oni^i^j/ Antribonus, a bishop present 
at the Council of Constantinople, a. d. 382, 
Nold. F. S. i. 475, 146. 

Ko&9»^j/ col. 270, correct : with ^^ dvarpo- 
7ri}(rcn y to bring a suit to recover money given to a 
pbysician or advocate, Syr. Rom. Rechtsb. 34. 

tADoj^..09JL^j( \\vTapKTiKos y the Antarctic zone, 
De Astrolabe 84, male ^cocm^o;^/ ib. 82. 

uJ( r col. 270. 7. Anais, Anaitis, a goddess, 
i. q. «-»op( supra and wjj Nanaia, col. 2387. 
N. Mart, Pers. A.M.B. iv. 184. 

cl^vu>( a city near Kars, Bedj. suggests 
the Jab. 25 ult. reading o^» %*>{ the/y came 
to Ani, see col. 270. 

\QLa\,yj( col. 271. anise, aniseed, Med. 
40. 16, 99. 4, 144. 18, 161. 6, 542. 4, 554. 1. 

yj( abs. form of ]Aj( col. 272. tin, Chimie 
97-3- Usual name with alchemists, Zeus, ib. 
3« 4, col. 1 1 04 under uaooj and col. 518 under 
^*^, also Hermes, col. 1053 under *flw»f©», 
Chimie 2. 12, and Mars, ib. 126. 11 ; col. 381 
under *^»>/. 

y ( denom. verb from [aj(> Peal conj. to tin, 
to cover or overlay with tin, imper. ^©doci/, 
Chimie 231, note 2, pass. part. «*!*( ib. act, 
part, fco/ yj}\ ib. 235, note 3, Ethpe. y W 
to 6e tinned, JL**j? [sl\£> ^ijfcoo Ua-/, ib. 
236, note 1. 

M^clx^jqqavaj( (i^axptcrT€VTat(1), re-anointed, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 172. 15. 

l^CL^Jr col. 273. Dele 1. 2 of par. after 
ref. to BH. 78. 7. Dele 11. 4, 5, 6 after the 
ref. to Jo. Eph. 124. 18. Run on 1. 6 at 
It. to the end. Add : pi. Jj*>a^j/ victuals, 
provisions, Anecd. Syr. ii. 297. 6, iii. 129. 6; 
J^aoa^j/ ii. 118. 10. 

>»tt4 ^ * a 1 >c\ j( col. 273. Correct 
ft^ft *. ft t vi ^ / emancipati, sons freed from the 
fathers authority, Syr. )>#-c^, Bruns and 
Sachau, Syr. Rom. Rechtsb. 4. 

Uicijj /'col. 276,5 of par. Dele " Forina, &c." 
and add refs. Jul 234. 24, BHCarm. 105. 13, 

2716 



>lsij( correct *m*fcsjjo^ vine flowers or 
shoots, Med. 292. 3. 

y )* 

*au( col. 275 ult. Dele the last line from 
"Male". Ethpe. add refs. Pallad. 62 pen., 
Jul. 47. 23. 

yO^l^tamj/ name of a powder for the 
mouth, Med. 170. 12. 

^ao&^mjf a country, Doc. Mon. 163. 29, 
171. 25. 

W, >ajT col. 278. Metaph. side of a 
question, view, opinion, Jim.^ yvu.i^ J*j 
^J3/, Aphr. 1047. 2. Idiom. ^3/ r 
)lo ; » Nfti\ to show a bold face to misfortune, 
Jul. 53. 20. 

)»- ^ m f. dva<f>opd, a report, memorial, 
A.M.B. iii. 342, pi. *cD'io&j{ Syn. ii. Eph. 17. 
15, C.B.M. 1028 a. 

*floo-*maJ7 f^e^of, uncle's son, Col. iv. 10 
VHh., U$ +=> * BH. in loc, Sev. Lett, 

305- I- 

*flod-^flDOi^-j/ corrupt from jrcpidegios, an 
Indian fruit-tree, Natur 62. 10. 

*aJ( col. 281. For " in Pe. inus." read 
fut. uaajjj, lo^o^d »ooj)J let them tuail with 
tears, A.M.B. ii. 169. 3. Ethpe. J±i\l( 1. 10 
of par. dele the words " mensuram " and 
"aliquantisper". 

K\oolo.i( col. 282. €yKvK\ta. Add: 3) a 
procession, ^afco Ju^ocuulo J^al^^ Jjjsa* 
a figure of Our Lord should be carried in pro- 
cession through the cities, Anecd. Syr. iii. 324. 
23> 325- 4. 

.al^jaoajf col. 282. Add: an Imperial 
rescript, Pet. Ib. 79. 3, C.B.M. 9366. 

)joaj( aytcvpa, an a7ichor, BH. iii Heb. vi. 
18 (19) ; see JUiW^ 

uaDOjJofaflLif (Adyos) dyicvpcoToy, anchored, 
a tract by Epiphanius, C. B. M. 960 a, 
tOoa^fOAj/ ib. 940 a, 975 a, u»a^.#>CLaV ib. 
932 a, yOjJoiaaj/ ib. 916 6, ^J;*W ib. 919 b, 
y^^su( ib. 960 a. 

JLij/ col. 282. Dele par. and see JIaJ/ SuppL 
^floo^Xaj/ Anacletus, third Bishop of Rome, 

R.O.C. i. 401. 13, 17. 

.mcs ^ £ 1 ts *l Innocentius, Pope, Alexis 

20. 9. 

K 



cu 



l^&tUK' 



yQ-»^Aixi/ (yCLU^)col. 282 read^»*o$AiW 
Guidi, hvTtvuiv €KKov/BtToi>pia y excubitoria, posts 
where guards were stationed, Zach. tr. H. and 
Brooks 318, note 14. 

U;»aj( col. 282. Anacardium, the Cashew 
nut, Med. 309. 2, 392. 19. 

JL( fcsAu col. 283. tragacanth, Astragalus , 
k-aj/'is a popular corruption of aKavBa, Duval 
ap. Journ. As. 1894, 570; Ar. Pfln. 49. 
Refs. Chimie 34. 7, 45. 19, Med. 84. 22, 92. 6, 
353- 22 - 

s++j( cf. Heh. HKO, Ar. L-i or L~.il, sciatica, 
Op. Nest. 130. 7 in Gen. xxxii. 32. 

fc***j( a monastery, C.B. M. 706 b. 

)^h*j( f. antabra, perhaps leaden money, 
JiX»? Loaa»d om&**/ J^s^j/, Chimie 254, note 2. 

Jtlfeot col. 287. name of a medicine, a dry 
powder for the throat, Med. 161. 22, 162. 10. 

JlX^t Jjuxw col, 288. i.q. JUojf U^uo 
the Castle of Atta near Mardin, B.O. ii. 462 
and R.O.C. iv. 153 from the colophon of a 
MS. of B.H. 

\JJllsJ( col. 288. Correct the passage 
quoted to JfcUiVj/* )1.V\»» v>, A. M. B. v. 
355- i- 

i-»(. twt i I mttott col. 290. with U* 
incorrigible. 

JLcLUttibott f. with J) incorrigibleness, Sev. 
Lett. 28. 3 af. 

\a^ocL^flo/ dafeo-Tios, lime, Chimie 2. 7, 
yQ-o.^fn^gp/, ib. 4. 1. 

Jl^OflDf col. 293. profligacy, Prov. vii. 11 
and BH. in loc. 

^cl«/ Asylus Bishop of Antioch temp. 
Sev., Sev. Ant. Vit. 286. 9 ; Bishop of Kesaina, 
Jo. Tell. ed. Kleyn 59. pen. 



*a_W Pers. ^, Ar. LJ, Angl. from 



Hindostani sowar, a horseman, Kal-w-Dim. 
326. 3. 

JidW gloss, to Uui> the threshhold, Op. 
Nest. 116. 3 and to ^da/' entrance, vestibule, 
ib. 1. 14. 

«fiDdo]^flo( a corruption of ^iTTaicos, i.q. 
)^>JJ> (see J^^>) a parrot, N. Hist. vii. 4. 2. 
I.q. >fi8Q.o^/ only found in the Lexx. 
col. 299, 



26 QaJ^9ca*.i Qaȣna.\p&r<' 

M^ad/ 2t*v6v, the Straits,\.e. the Dardanelles, 
Pet. Ib. 23. 15; ]j]^£o ib. 1. 7. 

t£0 09^»£o/ 'Afjra7roi;$', tf/i<3 j5Zwe iWfe, JaC. 
Edes. Hex. 24. 13. 

cuj^xjo/ daraKos, -ol, crayfish, But. Sap. 
N. Hist. vii. 3. 1, 6. 6. 

jDO>)L^flo/ oyster, Natur 64. 13, 14, 65. 15. 
See tfioot^co/. 

♦*^xo/ r col. 294. a corruption of Pers. 
spahbedh or spahpat, a General, Tabari 96, 
144, &c. Jos. Styl. 58. 16, 75. 11, 22, 76. 5, 8. 

)»^»fln( Pers. dL^^l </o^ brocade, Gest. 
Alex. 200. 9. 

HZ^oi( i.q. ydLZ^o^col. 295. a race- 
course, A.M.B. v. 2. 

foi^ao^ col. 295. Astahr or Isfahr, a city 
in Fars, near Persepolis, Chabot, Syn. Or. 
37- 4, 43- 25, 53. 8, 12, ZDMG. xliii. 396. 16. 
A province and diocese of Persia, Chast. 5. 4. 
Written iA&wj Sassanidi 26 ; cp. Tabari 397 ; 
fo^J, Hon. Syr. ii. 67. 26. 

o^j3o( *Aorv, a village in Egypt, Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 18. 9. 

ȣp6fCLpci ^ eo( <rTpvxvos, solanum nigrum, 
nightshade, Ar. v_Jl*jJI e-^-^i Med. 601. 13, 
)jb( J^i^ ot myrtle berries, ib. prob. wrong; 
it. ib. 49. 9, 15, 50, 6. 

jifladc^tf { col. 296. an element. Add : in 
Magianism powers of nature, usually personi- 
fied, A.M.B. ii. 577. 17. 

\^£i a^o I col. 2 9 7 . 77«? </wZfe£ or oesophagus, 
Med. 267. quater, 271. 4 but stomach in the 
following pp. Mentioned as a drug, prob. cor- 
rupt for |o»Q-^»/, ib. 140. 20, 141. 17, 145, 16. 



* 00*0^0 i^W a-TOfxaxiKou, stomachic, Med. 
45.20,52.6,^0^^00^x0/1.14; *ofl«i^afr«)( 
ib. 308. 10, 322. 6. 

+£L^jx>i see io^jao/. 

a»6jd^D/ = t£o6i^4D a satyr, Pallad. 245. 
21 = A. M. B. v. 565. 

^»fCL^£o/ and *oa*>o^W Bee *£oof\^mf* 
Anecd. Syr. iv. 86. 11. 

yoxofo^W oil of sty rax, Med. 159. 10. 

tAO^DOM? «£&*l»9QJ^flDf o aravpcotfelp fit* T)fJ-as } 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 219. 20. Cf. c^^Jf )o*\} 
>»9iNi» ib, 217. ult. 



relao'i\ v \tt)r<' 

hJ&-*fcfc£o( col. 298. Srao-ftp, stationes, one- 
sixtieth part of the psalter which in the Greek 
Church was divided into twenty KaBlo-fiara, 
each KiWia-fia into three ^rdirfts, Hist. Mon. 
i. 142, ii. 292 note, Is. Ant. ii. 54. 7 af. 
U>«^o fc^oo/ Jucu^W, Takhsar 64. 

*£DQui^£.£D( pr.n.m. Stagirius to whom three 
homilies were addressed by St. Chrysostom, 
C.B.M. 478 ft, u»cu«^W ib. 

^»; t ^^ .n o j (TTixnpwv, a tunic, one of the 
priestly vestments, A.M.B. v. 557. 17. 

^pcv,^,^jop( col. 300. B. O. iii. 1. 256 = 
Card. Thes. 45. 6 is oriJAai, pillars, but why 
y>o>i£>( K*£? Israelitish ? Can the passage 
refer to the carvings of Jewish trophies on the 
Arch of Titus ? 

UL^Wcol. 300. Add: Ut^? 1^4^^ 
steely flint, Jac. Sar. Horn. ii. 65, Hist. Mon. 
i. 329. 2. 

ycin « n v>^.nn( stomachic, Med. 308. 10; 
see 35oAi»/. 

tjoDOi^joo/ Ostanes, a Median philosopher, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 62. 4. 

); ».&. flf> ( col. 299. ostiarius, doorkeeper, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 236. 9 bis. 

^£c^cc( col. 300. Refs. Ephr. ed. Lamy 
i. 469. 3 ; ^m^oo/ ^Jls Nest. Herac. 269. 19, 
397^ 4. 

); »m^,£pf from (TTao-ia>8*?9, see col. 300. 
PI. )S»m^.W agitators, Nest. Herac. 397. 9; 
roughs, blackguards, BHChr. Eccl. 725. 3. 

JioiJuBft^.^o( f. sedition, rebellion, Stat. 
Schol. Nis. 21.5, forbidden by Canon iii. ib. 
J 83- 2, 3- 

^A^a^fiojf (TTvnTtKov, styptic, Med. 83. 20. 

^ .o^flo/ col. 301. oil of myrrh. Keep 
first line of par. and run on 1. 10 at " non nisi 
in pi, " add refs. Schatzh. 30. 9 and passim, 
Med. 148. 18, 602. 9. 

+^eo( pr.n.m. Asterius, Syn. ii. Eph. 32. 3 ; 
A.M.B. iii. 336. 

aaooU &-gu oarptou, oyster, Fisch N. 86, 
Anecd. Syr. iv. 91. 4. 

U\*s>j.^&i( crrpofiChivri, pine cone, Galen 240. 
See U^uoi^o/ col. 302 and Med. 181. 21, 
2 3i. 21. 



27 r<-lflorC 

*floa^Uo^j»/ see col. 302. astrolabe, R.O.C. 
19 10, 241, *floci^^o^j»/ De Astrolabe 80 bis, 
usually written yOa^oj^W, ib. 71. 5 times, 
ff., 86 bis. Miswritten yar>\»^W ib. 80. 4. 

% < qlXo^xo( col. 303. "quince", Budge, 
Med. 197. 16. 

un*«> tj^o/ name of a chief demon, A.M.B. 
v. 445- 4, 8, 447. n, 15. 

ya-^;^*flD( arpvxvov, nightshade, Med. 52. 
18. See ^004^0^01.304 and %aDOfasa^W 
Suppl. 

ju±+j^*d} a city of Egypt, A.M.B. vii. 813. 
colflo/ 9 A<navoi 9 Asiatics, Syn. Or. 5, 168. 6 = 
427 note 5. 

•flocuW and ^m*^ I sis, Sev. Ant. Vit. 17, 
18, 178, &c. I. q, & a,>.ttj / and >nr> > m../ 
col. 162. 

yq^rr>»n>nn/ acneiWroi', saws ombre, Chimie 
10. 7, ^Qm*fljo/, ib. 11. io > ^a^oo^cue, ib. 

10. 11. I.q.^^} Vh ib. 49. 1. 
*m*A>( *0<ri/Hr, Osiris, Arist. Apol. *»*. 

11, 22. 
JJaa»/ To words derived from <rxo\rj add : 
)icL*.^Uv'Vflc>( ? f. <A# scholastic profession^ 

teaching, Stat. Schol. Nis. 30. 7, 31. 19, 192. 7, 
193. ult., jLo*^aaaD|f )«^©t Isoyabh, ii. ed. 
Duval 32. 20 

jlVo Z^-mXouaLflo/* (» JaW") f. <A« %a/ 
profession, Sev, Ant. Vit. 21. 24, 92. 1. 

)» \ , nW i.q. )y\^jp oxoXapta, the Imperial 
Guards, Anecd. Syr. iii. 233. 20. 

^jo \ » n tn( doirtSoxcXtovii, asp-tortoise, a 
fabulous beast, Anecd. Syr. iv. 90. 4, Fisch N. 

wDdq^xod/ Aeschylus^ Ined. Syr. y»«. 2. 

^»( col. .309. to heap up, metaph. C.B.M. 
452 6. 19. Act. part. m. pi. *-7r*l' Pallad. 
225 1. Pas?, part. ^afc |i*i/ r Is. Nin. B. 
293. 18, A.M.B. i. 

\la>( col. 310. Dele 11. 2, 3, and 4 of par. 
as far as cibus. Add refs. BH. in Pro v. xxxi. 
11, Gest. Alex. 75. 6. A reservoir of rain, 
Jac. Edes. Hex. 45. 5. Metaph. pi. e^v^ft\ 
\±*>U> l^lxs^ Is. Nin. B. 189. 15, malo 
sensu of pride, &c, Is. Nin. Ch. 74 11. 

K 2 



nC&CU.fl&K' 



28 



rt!fia*T&fl9K' 



)M<zjJD($.liarvesting, ingathering, ^coIoud/ 
yL+ ul*,J^>? Warda 50 r. 

]Lo!uad/ p add ref. Ephr. ed. Lamy ii. 805. 5. 

cu>tejco( *EfT7r/piot, Westerners (?) a people 
living in an unknown and uninhabitable 
country, Jac. Edes. Hex. 32. n. 

j«&£of col. 311. o-novdeiov, the vrine cup 
used for libations; a liquid measure ; J*a^o( 
)u»*^o?, Jos. Styl. 85. 9; a wooden vessel, 
juJLo/ ^» ^.»^o> [m » o» JJoot ^09 |u|oo 
J*iLtt>fo Ju^Lf, Cieorg Ar. 35. 16; i. q. 
\l&£o q. v. — Or should this be J«Aao, Armenian 

uuiihnn 1 

]£*&£&( i. q. \cl2>++2lcc( Pers. —bjuduJ. 

wAite broth, JLalLj J^>?° U*»? Jj^^W, 
Med. 58. 21. 

|o r 4i»/ r Med. 433. 9, i.q. lo^a^co/, JiD^SLfio 
and ^»«fe.«> white lead. 

)'*+&££>( Pers. .Ijuki-J, ?/;A^£ poplar, Med. 

566.' 

tot&W col. 3 1 1 . Ispahan. Add : Ar. ^l^l , 
Ptol. 'A(T7rrt5«i/a ; Syn. Or. 43 antep., 62 antep., 
67. 11, &c., ZDMO. xliii. 396. 15, 403. 2, 
404. 5. 

V*jo&l£c>( Spanish, Chimie 53. 18. 

♦aoollaa^Df a bishopric in Arabia, Neapolis 1 
Nold. F. S. i. 470. 39. 

«Iax»/ and aI^oo/*Pers. ,uL-l, santalum 
album, sandal wood, Med. 88. 4, 602. 4 ; 
» Zft flo( »IifY>( ib. 145. 9. 

(a«.*&W col. 313. Pers. -.Ijl^a—I, ceruse, 
white lead, Chimie, 15. 5, . a.^W ib. 47. n. 
Oftener written b«^a^>. 

JiiiW col. 313. a wedge. Add: )>a\7 JJ 

JuU2Li» ^SD j ^\ QM.19> ir>|L3 Ck-DJllf, Eus. 



Theoph. 1.8. 

)++§l£c( col. 314. rrfaipa. 1) sphere, ball. 
Add ref. kSo? J^aW* egg-shaped balls, Med, 
568. 12. 2) a bowl, )}^=>'i09 U&Ud* )h&a>i*great 
silver wine bowls, (jest. Alex. 237 six time?. 
(Tirclpa. 3) a Kile, astron. I^oo/ J!***)!* )**Stao/ 
)>»vi», tO^-^D the upright line on an astrolabe 
which represents the meridian, De Astrolabe 
249, 250 bis, 253 bis, 255. 5 af., 262 f. And £ 
«ol. 314, Ji-^oj? "i coils of hair is rrTrc^n, not 



a-cpalfja. Metaph. JLoo^ki? ^a»/ *Ae depart- 
ment of Divine worshij), Jul. 65. 26. 

ycv.fr \ o>,fln( col. 315, na(j)a\Tos, asphalt, 
bitumen, Chimie 7. 19, 14. 13, o frja.rc^ 
yo^dlo ib. 1. 12; yo^&iw ib. 8. 3. 

)»*\g\cn/ col. 315- arcus, fornix. Dele 
the article and substitute yjraklSiop, Fraenk. 
Fremdw. 1 15. 

K ■» \.9> m( col. 315. drrcjxiXeui, security, 
assurance of safety, a safe-conduct, Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 282. 5, Anecd. Syr. ii. 14. 21 ; iii. 280. 24 
so correct U^o/ ; pi. un.»\,o*rr>/ C. B. M. 
705 b. Stability, safety, they made him take 
a wife Jfcwo* U\°Mr>i ^^^ Anecd. Syr. ii. 
189, 19. 

\ * 1 N 9i.m/ col. 315. 1) a plaster. PI. 
Jlcuu^aW, Arist. Apol. **. 9; of ^^X.v> 
JLcUL^&ao/, BH. ad Sap. xvi. 12. 2) chem. 
a coating, glaze, JLa.x» kiNft^)/ sapphire blue 
glaze, Chimie xlvii, 99. 15 ; pi. various glazes, 
1 01. 6. 3) spleenwort, Med. 103. 

U>i&.jdd( Aspona, a bishopric in Galatia, 
BHChr. Eccl. 157. 7. 

]^£ol&£d/ col. 316 i. q. Jfe^ai&mS col. 3184 : 
Medicago sativa, lucerne, Med. 392. 19. See 
Tabari 244 n. 

*m»^,n9iflo/ for o-(f)€K\r}s, lye, Chimie 13. 19 ; 
14. 2, 33. 15. Also written .m»\a9>g>, Ib^a, 
and JLo£. 

J^^fip/ col. 316. pi. I^^ajoo/ green herbs, 
BHNom. 215. 15; Galen ap. Ined. Syr. 94. 13. 

J|^a«/*col. 316. the quince, ]l^Su»lj)ij^ 
quince juice, extract of quince, Med, 207. 12, 
209. 18, 211. 14; Jl^sLxsoj* )«l«v> quince oil, 
ib. 21 2. 16. 

JfcL^.^Ca.W a town in Persia, A.M.B. 
iv. 137. 

Jlo^3-oo( col. 317. Lat. sportula, a little 
basket in which largesse was distributed, h. 
a gift, Syr. Rom. Rechtsb. 32. 

U&*;.&£Of i. q. J^iAao^col. 317. trfaipims, 
game at ball, polo, Mar Kardag ed. Feige 4. 13 
and note by Hoffmann. Or should Arm. 
uiuujiupl-q hippodrome be compared 1 Cf. 
ZDMO. xliv. 532. Dele " Aspharsa urbs " and 
the two sentences beginning " suspicatur." 



rdn-saiaufcK' 



29 



f<b\DPr^ 



loaa^&W i. q. In^^D q.v. col. 2710. 
Pers. Ir^*», sweet basil, Kal-vv-Dim. ed. Bick. 
77. 16. PI. l*\w&£x>j ib. no. 6. 

jLx^I^do; °i cr\( col. 317. Dele par. and 
Substitute : with t ^^ {rcfyaipcoSrjvai from cr<f)aipa 
a ball or button at the end of a weapon, 
thongs or gauntlets loaded with metal; to beat 
with armed gauntlets, Jo. Eph. 15. 12, 15. 

Jk*&ao/ col. 317. (rwdSr], a spoon, spatula, 
Chimie 51. 5, 54. 7. The ride or pointer of 
an nstrolabe, De Astrolabe 75. 

ILaolsiiW col. 317. a7ra6ofir]\rj, a flat broad 
probe, Med. 214. T9. 

*floo»«*. fliaW col. 3 1 7. aaicapiftcs, tape tvorms, 
Hippoc. iii. 25. 

I^^jxcd/ ax^ia, a raft, light vessel, Aphr. 
611. 3. See ju^fio/ col. 306 and other 
spellings. 

^*>»A£of (? ]k*3&«) Skodarin, a lake in 
Roman territory, ZDMG. xxix. 92, Chron. 
Min. 73. 6. 

jL^oo^of m. (TKvraXov, a cudgel, but here 
a wedge of stone, David chose five smooth 
spearheads jbojo* 6ot? Jl^cuaaof ^£ of a piece 
of that hard stone, Jac. Sar. Horn. ii. 65. 

)*jaloflo( m.pl. possibly secundicerius, the 
second officer; servants of the Governor, A. M.B. 
v - 53i. 3- 

I^ooclooo/ perhaps aicfvao-ta, tvorking, treat- 
ment, Jb>o»?? UflociiifloJ? JulooL ^s^so Sur la 
preparation de Vor, Duval says it is a variant, 
Chimie 10. 4 = 19. 4 and note 1. 

^*9aa£e/ col. 318. perhaps <TK(vdpiov, tackle, 
rojws (supplied by basket-makers), Anecd. 
Syr. ii. 106. 9. Cf. ]j*x\c\rr>} DBB. 241. 5 
and note 2. 

yCu^oa^^flD/ var. . 0*^*0^*0^0 (, 'Aova^oup- 
ytov, not a mountain as Jac. Edes. supposed 
but a city, Asciburgium on the left bank of 
the Rhine, Jac. Kdes. Hex. 34. 12. 

K^-» tVflp/ ao-KTjTTjs, an apprentice, learner, 
U-o^o? l^Jtoo( o£± t ^X he pretended to be a 
student of Magianism, Kal-w-Dim.ed. Bick. 8. 9. 

ya^^A^^n^o/ col. 318. Dele par. and 
substitute, a book on the Ascetic Life, by 



Evagrius, C.B.M. 634 a, 655 a; ^xu^euc^ 
the Asceticon of Pachomius, ib. 727 b, 1100 a, 
^*a*^aW, Pallad. 301. 4 a f. yO-^aW male 
ib. 343. 10. 

'^yJiW col. 318. o-KiWa, Scilla marifcima, 
squill, Natur 14. 7, ^^jaaoj! 9 \1L )>1j*, extract 
of fresh squills, Med. 197. 4, 199. 7, 299. 2, 
4, 17, 601. 12. 

L^NciW m.pl. Slavs, Slavoriians, El Nis. 
Chron. 140. 24. 

Jk*&Aflo( f. pi. (TKiitfiia for o-Kci(j)€ia, spades, 
Act. Apost. Apoc. X*». 2. 

Jjj;-fcW o-Kpivtdpios, keeper of the archives, 
C. B.M. 9236, 964 a, U-iAfio/, Vit.Mon. 13.4, 
)i+*A£o(, Anecd. Syr. iii. 354. 12. 

•Jo} col. 320 to bind. Add: Mo *T»W 
they loop back the curtains, Takhsa 7, 13. 
Pass. part. col. 322. 9. Add: limited, local, 
)+*£D( J^osoo Ephr. Bef. ii. 43. 20; Jbacuja 
)+*&( localized substance, ib. i. 51. 4 7 ; fixed, 

natures essentially fixed are immutable, ib. 77. 
15, 99. 11;" bound in essence'* ib. ii. 2 1 7. 33. 

)£*£( or Ji£D( [E.-Syr.] col. 322 end of par. 
Binding i.e. by a spell or charm, Charms 
passim, Protection 7 and passim. A tendon, 
ligament, Med. 109 ter, 380 ult. 

Jt'*r»)b& col. 324. Add: a bunch, bundle 
as a measure, Ji^)^ |L* : \Je»l&, JMed. 
299. 10. 

ud(, )la>( col. 324. Add: avaapiov, worth 
100 1^3^. Xf7rra and 100 JiW make a dinar, 
Epiph. 2. Cf. •ol5jL»/ ? 'col. 292. 

yOw»/ aaapov, wild spikenard, Med. 49. 13, 
50. 14, 141. 23, 601. 13. See yaiJI^W 
col. 292. 

yQL^D^co( corrupt for (dvopaalas T* Tiv)as 
dpxovTw, names of certain rulers, Theod. Bar 
Koni ap. Hippoc. v. 1 ff., Coupes ii. 119 in 
Epiph. Anacephalaeosis. 

)k*W r pr. n. f. Astha or Esther, mother of 
Heli son of Matthat and of Jacob son of 
Matthan, so Joseph was physical son to Jacob 
but legal son to Heli according to the Levitical 
law, i-.fc*W ~^ Jfe*W* BH. in Luc. iii. 25; 
Hist. B.V.M 5. 2. 



V^lfiDf^ 



30 



reiSttfi&iOArC' 



^}^£o( y )Uls4oi col. 325. A coin with 
head of Ishtar, Jensen ZA.xiv. 183. A measure 
two of which make 1 oz. or four zuze, Epiph. 2 ; 
Med. 446. n JjoJ U-Ml^T h'61 l^ai} );>)&»/! 
Examples ib. 90 ter, 138 quater, 446. 11. 
Two estire equal one JJ^j, col. 2350. 

J»k*W col. 326. Ishtar, Astarte. Chem. 
copper, Chimie 211 note 1. 

)W an Arabian monastery, C.B.M. 7136, 
Doc. Mon. 223. 19. 

\lj+Jb( an official of the Palace, );^i\m 
Uj*&( Anecd. Syr. iii. 256. 17. 

*q.si*Iqjj±++2>( drro SiKavticoyv, an ex-pleader, 
former barrister, Sev. Ant. Vit. 3, R.O.C. 
98, n. 2, Anecd. Syr. iii. 226. 3, 245. 6; 
yQjiAj\sx+iQ&} Sev. Ant. Vit. 270. 4. 

*aJ;jxJ>ai/ P ano Bucapivv, Lat. ex vicariis 
fecit, Pallad. 201. 17. 

ttta^adf dnoymns, apogee, Georg. Arab. 
16. 20 with gloss. »©;^jlo *3a i^kX* ls*ooi 

M?. 

jLflka-*?oa( with «-*\ <i7ro8ei£m, to demon- 
strate, Nold. F. S. i. 481. 2; with )oo» to be 
demonstrated, But. Sap. Philos. 1. 2, N. Hist, 
ii. 1, sect. 1, v. 2. 1 infra. 

«£D clOa^o* t cl9 / adj. a7rod€iKTuc6s, by way of 
demonstration, one of three kinds of syllogism, 
Probus 83. 9, 87 infra, 88 med., ff. 

Uai^.cu»Q&f' adj. apodictic, demonstrative, 
MV - ^ ftl f q& ( [^Leo But. Sap. ii. i. 1, jlajicwaa 
JfciliL^rfda/; ib. Philos. 2. 1, 8. 2, N. Hist. 

ii. i. 1,7/ JCS^r, Syn. Or. 250. 6, pi. f. 
demonstrations, proofs, Tekkaf 25. 

^floJJaW Paphos in Cyprus, Nold. F. S. 
i. 472. 78. 

k >,0 Q l 9> . y> QXa&( mis writing of llImguNaa^f 
q.v. col. 336. apoplexy, Med. 4. 2, 10. 16, 17. 

^awCL^kCL&f i.q. yQ^aar col. 333. Apollo, 
Stud. Sin. ix. 97 ult. 

^p QAaaU >o »N as ( vno-\rifivi<TKos, the critical 
mark «-, C.B.M. 792 a. 

.^ .^sfN V ft ft/ anoXrjfiyj/ts, a receipt, Syr. 
Rom. Rechtsb. 55. 

l^ja*i^Da&/ dnofiprjfAaTa, memoirs, Tekkaf. 
114. 



tfloo^jos/ 'Ottovutos, Opus of Achaea, i.e. the 
Roman Achaea which included Locris, Syn. ii. 
Ephr. 11. 14. 

yO«^.*Jcl&/ dtypovtrpoi/, potash, borax, Chimie 
4. 12, Med. 147. 10, 18, 149. 2, 160. 1. 

»fiDo_3o«^.xDa-3/ dn6<TTpo(f)os, an accent, 
Hebraica iv. 168 Syr. 2 ; Epiph. 7. 6. 

y Q ft »■ , ^ nci . ^ fVflr> Q-S( cz7ro <rXoAtt(rriKa)*>, an 

ex-barrister, Pet. Ib. 81. 20. 

y pi ^ m » 9> rrtcus/ a7ro <ro(pt(TTa>v, a former 
sophist, Pleroph. 113. 5, R.O.C. v. 475 in loc. 

MX*^a^9cl&( a7T07rX»;Kro5, paralysed, Hippoc. 
vii. 37. 

},« <Y> , *u\g »Q.ft( col. 336. dnoir\rj^ia, apoplexy, 
Hippoc. ii. 42, iii. 15, 19, 22, 30, vi. 54. 

Udod/ with o\. dno<pdvai logic, to deny f 
But. Sap. Periherm. 11. 6. 

>joQ fl^ i a aa/ d7ro(jmvTiK6s, declaratory, But. 
Sap. Periherm. 2. 1. 

**^J-3cl»( vnairavrr), the meeting, i.e. the 
presentation of Our Lord, when Simeon met 
Him, C.B.M. 260a, 2646. 

*^DCL^oaoaS( dno (rToparos, ready sjwaker, 
Pallad 206. 11 marg. IxJi .^»L* . 

im>fn»^Daa/ col. 337* dnoKpims, ansvter. 
Add : with +20 ( or »£-V> to reply, xO^£>\j 
)?^N *m»fy^oaa( of monks, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
94. 2, Anecd. Syr. ii. 18. 10. Also with Y ^y 
to act as agent, transact business, ^cl^.1 

ib. 234. 19, ^»? *cr\*cc\*+jDQL2>( ^£j» on 

account of our affairs, ib. 1. 26; Sev. Lett. 
72. 19. 

) ;-oa-» i-c a.3 ( dwoKpuridpios , correspondent, 
agent, C.B.M. 977 b, Doc. Mon. 169. 25. 

(ooojos/ aTToppvfxa, a measure = ^ aatr^s 
= 22 ftfo-rai, yO©M?a~^> JusjL La^> looojoW 
Epiph 5. 2. 

yoiad/ anvpov, incombustible 1 Chimie 3. 3, 
yo^d/ ib. ult., yO>as/, 10. 19. 

juakro^CLa^col. 338. the balsam tree, with 
glo83 yajam^, Chimie 7, 9; ^O£0*0L&i? \iS+l 
yluiJLa ^*? aJoi Apis. 1y 8/9; )l,£ \,m 



UoflDio&if, balm, Med. 604. 11, {? U«:*v ib. 
51. 11, 56. 16, 87. 3, h }*\* ib. 51. 2. 



321. 21, } [ck*o ib. 162. 8, 246. 8, ellipt. 
ib. 87. 16, )5oJ? <x^S / half an oz. of 
balsam, ib. 88. 20; given as a rendering of 
]^cxA*.f ib. 609 ult. Trs. hither BH. de 
PL £. 6 col. 3074 ult. 

Ji'cL^JLa/' f. oddness of number opp. Jtei^5J> 
But. Sap. Isag. ii. 4, iii. 1 infra, Philos. 
6. 7, 8. 

U^a/ and Ur^a/: see U*^9 Suppl. 

Jjcu^a/ col. 338. Correct to vrrrlcov an 
officer, Krauss, L. W. 

^Sbf Ar.^ki, fungus, Budge, ^S>\f ^^U, 
Med. 51. 16. 

*a>|u»/ 6 *Atnrias iu Phrygia Pacatiana, 
Apia or Appia, now Avia, Nold. F. S. i. 
474- I3 1 - 

jutlud/ Apiaria, ancient name of Macedonia, 
El Nis Chron. 34. 8, 10. 

i^ot^^fi/ emypa/i/ua, an epigram, C.B.M. 
545 a, Sev. Ant. Vit. 331. 6. 

«m*£&3i»*d; €7ridf'£coff? Greek name of an 
Indian tree, C.B.M. 1193 a. 

v eu§^ col. 339. opium, Med. 55. 5, 10, 23, 
60. 9 &c. 

yo^a/ Apiton, one of many names of a 
female demon, Charms 84. 

«tt&^X^d/ place-name, a monastery? 
C.B.M. 10136. 

JoaJaA^^/ col. 340. Apeliotes, u7rr)X 10)7*17?, 
tJte East wind. Cf. Low, ZDMG. xxxvii. 472. 
Add ref. *» o^I^s/'' Med. 532. 23. 

Kfl » ftft»\«q>/ (irikrinTuca, epilepsy, Hippoc. 
v. 6. 

s£DOi-x*—*~&( Apsimar, usurper of the 
Byzantine throne, a.d. 698 ; Jac. Edes. Chron. 
Can. 572. 1. 

cut 0^*1*9/ i.q. yot^Jaa/" aphronitrum : 
see above. 

"** ~ £ & " ' ' ft < 'EnaivtTTjs or 'ETraiVfroy, a 
scholasticus of Alexandria, Pleroph. 28. 12. 

L^*ia^la3/ see l^rn»iflnft( below. 

U~aL**i a Pisidian, Sev. Ant WZKM. 
ix. 203. 



31 K*d\flcuMto&rC 

«fiDCLO»^Ad/ f Natur 29. 7, i.q. ^cyLif 
col. 343, kODadad/ and o*a3aa-.( Phys. 14. 9, 14 

eVo^ hoopoe. 

»ft»ft( Epiphanius, Bishop of Tyre, brother 
of Flavian, Patr. of Antioch, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
100. 7, 114. 6. Usually *oocJjiu§/ . 

juia^d/ col. 343. i.q. JlcuN^, ref. Ephr. 
Ref. ii. 31. 40. 

t m nri.fr.nr> I 9t * 9i( cmcJHiveaTaTos , Illustrious, 
AneccL Syr. iii. 56. 16, 163. 18, 167. 13; 
Kugener in loc. R.O.C. v. 463 med., C.B.M. 
1053 a. 

»flofgi q,» 9>( o^ioofys-, a fabulous aquatic 
creature, A.M.B. iii. 276. 10. Perh. same 
as the following word. 

*flocu 011*9/' a fabulous sea creature but it 
has the effect of a basilisk, Natur 57. 16. 

^^9/ gram, impp^a, C.B.M. 802 b. 

jfLcL^kdf perh. from lurtXtvfcpos, a freed man ; 
inscript. quoted in Hippoc. xx. n. 1. 

^r\ ^ -\ ft ( anXaros, unapproachable, Jul. 
33- *9- 

\ . . ^ o^ Apamria, Monoph. monastery 
where Achudemmeh baptized the son of 
Chosroes, Patr. Or. iii. i. 34. 11. 

%fiOQ^iS( pr.n.m. Epaenetus, Rom. xvi. 5, 
BH. in loc, Jul. 56. 16. 

(u^LSf dnavrqai?, meeting, BHChr. Eccl. 
207. 11. 

Q^m3( a city in Egypt, Anecd. Syr. ii. 
177. 10. 

tr^ *• ** °>( "H<pai(TTos, Hephaestus, Arist. 
Apol. ^21. 

Yja^&&( col. 347. anooTtipa, an abscess, 
pi. J^si^mS/'on the eye, Med. 77. 20, in the 
ear, ib. 100. 20, on the lungs, ib. 194* l 9> 
195. 8, in the belly, 282. 16. 

Jlkmlama/ airo<rxiorai f schismatics, C.B.M. 
1053 a, 10556, Anecd. Syr. iii. 165. 15, 
188. 16, 189. 14, &c, lufr m" » ftm » W ib. 182. 
20, C.B.M. 1055 a, Jk^maxW Anecd. Syr. 
iii. 194. 10, |imnmm9( ib. 188. 16. 



t»&um&r<' 



32 



*A A colore* 



^s'ksjAo&( col. 348. wormwood, Artemisia 
absinthium,, Med. 303. 3, 359. 9, 377. 3 and 
often; BH.de PL ^ 10. 

.-<*«*<*( o\/ai«o*>=obsequiuni, retinue, Alexis, 
18. 2; f.>c\*m9>(, BHGhr. 120. 3, 

);«kft( col. 348. 1) Pei s. j.^j\ a crown, 
lieadgear like a crown of Syr. priests, F. Midler 
WZKM. viii. 364. 2) Pers. .Uu* halter, 
Aram. J< ~* »1, Talm. "1DDX Fraenkel 115, 
A.M.B. v. 71. 6. 

^^&d/ middle-Pers. >J^JLj| refreshment, 
cooling, Lag. Syinm. 91 ; a powder to 
strengthen the eyes, Med. 92. 14. 

fcoon q * fc 1 9> 9>/ dnocfravTtKos, demonstrative, 
with ]^»)jid a syllogism, Syn. Or. 250. 1. 

^oaAj^d( on<mava£ y opopanax, a resin, 
Med. 49. 18, 50. 9, 54. 6. 

uJ^oooaat oniKofjicXi, a medicine prepared 
with fruit juice and honey, » : .,\ v»ct a.9>( 
\J>9<^J 1*1^. wo»ol^-»j?, Med. 300 ult. Perhaps 
a miswriting of */\v>om3(. 

yOLLj-QQf diroKwov, Cynanchus, Med. 212. 18. 

U»;j&9( col. 349. a quilted felt overcoat, 

•Jiao^ »-xL^. I^^>? )4-*^ « ^?*>J&} r 

)ol^<n^ )^*is-i. ^ual ^oo^JjLi ^o \^\o, 
Op. Nest. 96. 12 f. in Jud. xiv. 12, 13; 
);9> \\p 01 f+joDiJ&( Warda 246 r. 

«m»nr»;jaa( dnoKfuo-is, a despatch, woto^r 
jlaaXjMd l^u«-ao? .u^^coinsjo oot //^ was m 



<A« Foreign Office, Sev. Ant. Vit. 270. 4. 

Jtfi/ a place in Arabia, C.B.M. 714 a, Doc. 
Mori. 224. 10. 

lo&~T?£-d( perh. €7rlpprjfjia, explanation, 
BHCarm. 155. 10. 

?o«W abbrev. for J^Jjoifc^col. 350. Chem. 
copper, Chimie 10. 7 bis, 11. 8, Jicu* ?o^9 
white copper, ib. 45. 2, 15 ; ?oi&/ yjliD a copper 
vessel, ib 48. 3. 

Lmv\ - ** * ? o ;_& ( *A(f)po8i(ride, Aphrodisias, 
capital of Caria, Nold. F. 8. i. 474. 133; 
*a>o.*m*?o;W, Sev. Ant. Vit. 14. 5, 36. 7, 12 ; 
a»a*fot»o/ De GoejeB. 65. 12, *floQ*?o;W ib. 

%»ii*j6is/ Euphronius, Bishop of Antioch, 
Or. Xt/i. 86. 17. 

fcflDOi-ft/ 1) Jc/ipos' with yO;^Jf sewm 0/ 



m^'tf, Chimie 4. 12. 2) prob. corrupt for 
Evpos the South East wind, Med. 533. 3. 

Uia^ var. )L*9o/ (? J>1/) Ophir, Jac. Edes. 
Hex. 21. 5. 

•+&( pr. 11. Bishop of Segestan, ZDMG. 
xliii. 396. 12. 

jsdql^&( the XNE. wind; perh. dnapKTtas, 
Med. 533. 6. 

yQL^a^^s/ a drug, Med, 51. 13. 

iflock^*^/ pr.n.m. Pet. Ib. 109. 21. 

<+ia> *a / Euphrosyne daughter of Paphnutius, 
Journ. As. 1907, 402. Usually 5o(. 

yoo^a^ a drug, Med. 47. 18. 

Ituis/* col. 353. no sing. I. q. JlslilikI 
dried grajies, raisins; cf. |^oo/ JfcLiS 1 * 
Med. 573. 13 and IiUxLdo? JfcLili*! ib. 584. 
20; J&lftjiaLOD JfcLiar ib. 569. 1. 

Jl^a/ Afta, a village of ci ^ \.m Saltou, 
Pleroph. too. 8 = R.O.C. iii. 361 infra. 

\ljolsS( col. 353. pr.n. So correct for 
U*o3S-3( and J^aool^s/, pr.n.m. Aftona, on a 
mosaic tombstone at Edessa, Journ. As. 1906, 
283. 

JufokW 'A(f>6opia, a place near Caesarea of 
Palestine, Pet. II). 120. 7, Sev. Lett. 132. 16; 
J^iol^a/ Pleroph. 126. 6. 

^J.l^( an 68 tjov, public granary ov magazine, 
Jos. Styl. 35 ult., 64. 19, 77. 13. 

*cuao-*1^9( col. 353. (TTiOvpov, Cuscuta 
epithymis, a parasitic plant growing on thyme, 
BH. de PL o*. 5 af., Med. 49- 3, 16, U&U 



V 



r* sn^ 



fc*aji>, ib. 50. 12, 51 ter, 601. 20. 



U*i^kW EvOvfUf, voc. form of Euthymius 
q. v. col. 353. Name mentioned in a Syr.- 
Melchite All SS. litany, Or. Xt. iv. 116. 7, 
118. 10, R.O.C. iv. 156. 

yO>fc^2( acpOapov for a(f)0apTov, undecayed, 
Chimie 16. 10, 51. 2i,=^:w*> J)>, ib. 18. 8. 

&ll col. 355. Dele par. 

JLo,/' col. 354. Derived from _£ to press 
together. 

fTo/'a village in Persia, A.M.B. iv. 216. 16. 

*m*mdju3f itcfior^eis, outcries, A need. Syr. 
iii. 203. 7, 272. 7. 

Jk^x\J>r dKaXrj(f>rf, a sea-fish which stings 
like a nettle, N. Hist. vii. 2. 2. 



QaAo&Or^onC 33 



^nA^ilf/' iIkgvQvWis, a kind of finch, 
N. Hist. vii. 4. 4. 

^v> ft a . r _o/ (kSikos, guardian, protector, 
)ku^f u»qjx*«md/ " defensor civitatis," Sev. 
Ant. Vit. 9. 9, 33. 3; pi. JL?-M clcu^/ Jo. 
Tell. ed. Kleyn 73. 1 1, 74. 5, 82 - 5» Vit. Mo11 - 
87. 23, 94. 17. Cf. ^floaft-^J col. 23. 

<*++£>? place-name, A.M.B. 1. 415. 

yO^ASao/ r col. 357. a mat to recline on at 
meals, Anecd. Syr. ii. 275. 15, ^Aaof or 
^sojD^Gest. Alex. 51. 6, 12. 

ycujcus/ (?) a surname, Accudaeus, BHChr. 
Eccl. 175. 6. 

JJoo/^col. 358. i\yKwv y the elbow, Hippoc. 
vi. 22, Med. 131. 12. A cubit, Jac. Edes. ed. 
Martin ©*. 13. A tenon, Jjo.O( dyKOivtapol, 
Hex. Ex. xxvi. 17. 

tci_k-cDO— 0/ aKiwvrov, incombustible, i. e. 
1) sulphur or pyrites mixed with honey or 
salt to hinder combustion, or 2) the unburnt 
residuum, ^0^x000/ yO-i Chimie 16. 12, 
17. 2, &c. 

Ldcl-d/ for JuoclLo kokkos, a berry, Med. 
600. 5. 

yCL^-o^A-fc-W Pet. lb. 64. 18. See 
yC^jDwao^Ao/ above. 

^s>} cktij, the sixth, Sev. Ant. Vit. 314 ult. 

km^m^/ dicaTaaTaaia, confusion, disorder, 
Vit. Monoph. 75. 7, 80. 5 ; Jo. Tell. ed. Kleyn 
58. 8, 64. 6. 

oXajd/ col. 359 and xoo±^i the ocean, 
C.B.M. 427 a. 

*a><sj*&l Aquinus, name of a governor, Stud. 
Sin. ix. 101. 9. 

*»a^#W Syn. Or. 148. 1, i.q. ^o o\9 > o /. 

JL©( col. 360. the fastening of a curtain, 
ojLir^U J&^, BH. Gr. ii. v. 459. 
Cf. W. 

*»o^JW €KK\t]Tos y appeal, with gloss, cue* 
Rcu^|fc*jL», Syn. ii. Eph. 281. 24. 

U**\*l col. 360 Jo. Eph. 159. 13 corr. 
ko«-o/ q.v. col. 363. S. Fraenkel ap. ZA. 
xvii. 85. 

Jt*\i>/ r col. 360 a key. The clavicle, Med. 
22 3- 3- 

271 C 



^ .» r ^\« ( for »j t A\g( avXifttov, cylinder, 
Chimie 17. 21, 22. 

ji.No/ only Is. Ant. ii. 332. Corr. J^^o 
cellaria, Fraenk. ap. ZA. xvii. 86. 

ttQ^ ? <s"^\ft/*ViATj/Tif *&*•()£ i.q. ]L*^.? CLft^#^( 
q.v. supra, churchwardens, Sev. Lett. 134. n. 

^flociNftg/ aK€(f)a\os t acephalous, M-^«-£° «j*( 
Jl^ajD^o IN fr&e headless crabs, metapli. ignoring 
authority and procedure, Syn. Or. 182. 26, 
^>Q\a^/ ib. 148. 1. PI. ci\9i i>/. 

^\6>r> / y AKt'(t>a\ot, Acephali, a name for the 
Monophysite party, Sev. Ant. Vit. 28. 34, 
107. 1 1. 

jp A^/j >/ y tiKciKos, marg. Ilsq^oI blameless, 

Warda 207 r. 

Uai>/ Arab. Uilil aKcweui, acacia, Mimosa 
nilotica, Med. 83. 7, 170. 18, 22, 171. 2, 
601. 4 ; misprinted ib. 64. 10, 65. 2, 169. 15 ; 
Ar.Pfl11N.197, Galen. 1 3 r. Cf.UfilWcol.356. 

-J>1 9 Akar, a city of Marmorica, where James 
son of Zebedee was buried, JfcLu*^© ♦-©/ 
JjL;j£;j£>f, Apis u**fi. 18. Perhaps an abbrev. 
of the following. 

)ls>r tiKpa, a citadel, Jab. 384. 1, 3 8 5- rI 
text and the same passage quoted in Pers. 
Mart. p. 85 and 1111. 763, 7^7, H>*?? V**? 
the fort of Cuche, i.e. of Seleucia, ib. 536. 10. 
Nabataean]^!, Coram, on Labid 112. 

*»o*jo0cl3O*Wco1.363. uKpoxopSopes, warts, 
Hippoc. iii. 25. 

yO&r aKopov, the root of Acorus, Calamus 
aromaticus, sweet flag, Ar. Pfln N. 131, Med. 
51. 2, 10, 246. 9, 399. 9. 

]fcsjo;W a fortress on the Tigris, Patr. Or. 
iii. i. 32. 11, 48. 6 ff. 

*o;W a village mentioned in the colophons 
to Medicine and Hist. B.V.M. 

j»&A*iW col. 363. dKpifi&s, coirectly, with 
Jl it is not the right thing, not according to 
etiquette, Vit. Mon. 91. 2, Jo. Tell ed. Kleyn 
77. 18. 

U*+iS>l &K P ipcia,accuracy 9 careful observance 
U*i*l Vit. Mon 75. 7, Jo- Tell. ed. Kleyn 
58. 10; Jo. Eph. 120. 3; ^iWr^ U*±h 

\$1+ U^ ^ ^^ JM** ^^ ? lest 
overdose attention to trade give Satan occasions 
of hindrance against you, Greg. Cyprus 9 a \ 



U^;s|^> carefully, accurately, Anecd. Syr. iii. 
1 1. 18, Dion. Ined. 479. 4. I.q. U^i^i col. 363. 

uooo^oj^ij/ Arabissos in Cappadocia, Nbld. 
F. S. i. 471. 66. I.q. *a>am:>f/ col. 367 q.v. 

J?(ff Arada, a bishopric in Phoenicia, 
Nbld. F. S. i. 469. 19. Yli'i} 9 people of Arada , 
M.Z. 206. 2. 

>flD C i mf> (»/ 6 'A/ja^p, Araxa, a bishopric of 
Lycia, Nbld. F. S. i. 474. 128. 

*flocufco|f/ 'E^&ur, Erectheus, an Anti- 
ochene writer, C.B. M. 643 a. 

l ^ »a ^ n i.q. JfcL£cL=>f( col. 366. pi. f. the 
groins; swellings in the groins, Dion. 42. 
antep., 43. 1, 3. 

*l &±9( place-name, A.M.B. i. 417. 

Jks^^n a shell-fish or scallop, Hunt. clxx. 
under U*QN col. 2968, Fisch N. 2. 

^=>f( a monastery in jz>;Jx^> " Barbary" 
Jac. Edes. Chron. Can. 576. 10. 

\ » 1 >.-t$( prob. Ravenna (Brooks), Dion. 
Ined. 483. 3. 

J^^^i/ Pers. Argabedh, perh. from 12) 1 
a fortress jj chief Captain of a fortress, hence 
General, Commandant, Tabari 5 and note 3, 
hi and iote 2. The highest military title, 
later this dignity was confined to piinces of 
the royal family; Palmyrene NMAIN, Gr. 
dpyaTrtr^^ Palmyren. Inschriften, ZDMG. 
xviii. 89; Journ. As. 1866, 114 ; De Vogue 
Syrie Centrale 26, Inscript. 26, 1. 2 ; Nn3A*»N 
ib. 27, 1. 2 ; Syn. Or. 21. 22. 

^ci^j/ a village in Qardu, Chast. 67. 3, 
A.M.B. iv. 163. 

J^i( ph m. basilisks, )ioa*# <i,V. i^fcofcott, 
Nest. Chrest. ^a. 3. 

*CL^i/ Aragon in Spain, Jab. 49 pen. 

*floo>Q-^( iipyvpos, a shekel, Epiph. 2, 
P'^t'i ib. dpyvpwp. 

«fn- j^»f a^t( (yQrufr >f Q&) nvptTrjs iipyvpiTr)s y 
argentiferous jyyrites, Chimie 10. 12. 

J^^»» col. 369. ipyuTai, labourers; \^>«^l 
Anecd. Syr, ii. 319. 20. 

*^f/ Argan, a city in the mountains of 
Persia, Chast. 60. 6. 

U^»/ r possibly modern Syriac H^* numb- 
ness, Med. 600. 15. 



yO^aJfj/^Med. 379. 11 ; ^o^v/^ib. 271. 1. 
Prob. for »o><a^j»?o/ quicksilver, calomel. 

Jl2>?*/ col. 369. The Egyptian measure 
J^^n q.v. below, pronounced in the Egyptian 
vernacular, iproft, Hultsch 366; equals 12 
Jtso^o or about five bushels, )&>9 oo» )Ld l=>?»( 
|^oav> ;mVfl, BH. in Bel 2 ; pi. ^o?>/ ib. 

^o?>/ Arab. J^»l Ardul. a village near 
Wasit, C.E.M. 7885. 

jtofj^ i.q. \JJ*iir q.v. col. 369 infra. 
a tambourine, )*6?*( ^o»ok-{? k ^fo ^ii* 
JLi^J chs^9 o» yLsoSo G. Busame 67 b, 15 f. 

w?f/ Ardai, island and bishopric, JU'J^ 
^?»J> Syn. Or. 34. 23. Chabot thinks this 
a transposition of ^$\f or w»j Darai, that 
again is identified with ^i~*} Deirin, one of 
the Bahrain islands, ib. 273 note, 618 note, 
666, and 671. 

JpM^m. a brides veil: see under i col. 3817. 
Add: BltGr. i. 22. 11, 34. 8; )ls^>? J~?f/ 
^***9^X Anecd. Syr. iii. 34. 23, Alexis 13. 

• cu*?j( €w8pis : gloss. )kV> #» [ .^ \ a the 
sea-otter, Natur 58. 8. 

*&+±x+99( ordinarius, i.e. regular, (a consul) 
elected in the usual manner, Syn. ii. Eph. 29. 26. 

)lci*N.pi>»ri.q. WQu±£Zf9i r ?na$onry, col. 370, 
JIqXom{? v oo»Xo [*"*-* all buildings of hewn 
stone BB. under )iJ*Jo col. 2071 = DBB. 
1057. 

i^yyy/ what 1 ? to be boiled in sheep's oil 
for a hard cough with blood and phlegm, 
Med. 248. 23. 

*fla.*AJij>{ ingredient of a plaster against 
chills, Med, 378. 10. 

uDft/ pr.n.m. Perhaps a dimin. of Ardasir. 
SeeNold.Pers.Studieii3i;ZDMG.xliii.396.i5. 

l&vBifF dpTOKonos, a baker, Pallad. 182. 4, 
A.M.B. vii. 116. 

cHtdd ^M,ff I Ardasir Kurr ah, formerly called 
Gor, then Perozabad, now Feiozabad, 63 milea 
s. of Shiraz, Tabari 11, note 3, Marquart 31. 
Syn. Or. 44. 25, 7 1 - 2 7> 79- 7- 

*o*-#*-9 i-*~M,rti Ardasir Pharihd, perh, 
rici/xi V) of Ptolemy, iii Beluchistan, Marquart 
31, Syn. Or. 37. 7. 



.lOirC 35 

*o»( col. 3*71. 3 of par. Orosius: see under 
oo»/ col. 140. 

•aocuf o»/ = ^»?o>oi Herod, M011. Syr. 4. 39, 
Patr. Or. iii. i. 47. 6. 

Jlo>/ col. 371 ult. is the Babylonian- 
Hebrew form of j)of ri.ee, q. v. col. 3846. 
Jo»o/ is transcribed from the Greek opvfa 
and o/wfa is borrowed from Dravidic arisi, 
Gustav Oppcrt, Kohut, Studies 398. 

^jo»( col. 372. an ark, chest, l.q. Jlso? 
« mummy case, col. 935. 

?»JOf( Pers. .Iju-j..! ? (compare ^ljui«.l) 
pr.n.f. Healing air, Jot jLLot : ©» ULotci of* 
I^GL^of JfcLjofcL* •. )LLaft^cu* )^<h-1? Jab. 
246. 11 Bed jail's note. 

»floon col. 373. Add: 6) for %a>o$oi opo?, 
mountain, 4 Mace. 535. 7) for Upevs priest, 
CB.M. 587 ^ 

U^oot/ epws with Syriac termination, erotic, 
amorous, jl^uk-aa^> k^o©/ Jfe**£oo»7, Hev. 
Ant. Horn. 54. 13. 

Lion *KpvBia, an island off the African 
coast, Jac. Edes. Hex. 19. 11. 

*^>J»/ col. 373. Pers. Add: Tabari 451, 
note 3, Jab. 210. 5 af. with note, the official 
who presents petitions ; A. M. B. ii. 131. 1 4. 

«^J>( name of a hero, i.e. Arjuna, Kal-w- 
Dim. ed. Bickell 76. 25, Benfey Introd. Ixxiv. 

yoV col. 374. Ar. ^1 1) y ApC<ivn»V, 
Arzanene, a province of Armenia, N. of 
Mesopotamia, and the town Arznn on the 
^=>^o a tributary of the Tigris : see Marquart 
25, 306, Syn. Or. under yfc^o/ and 391, 
note 3, Pers. Mart. 130, Nold. on this and 
the following, ZA. xiv. 169. Befs. Syn. Or. 
34. 8, 36. 2 and often, ZDMG. xliii. 394 f., 
Chast. 13. 20, A.M.B. iii. 513. 2) oftener 
\ftl and j>o$ yftl on the river Araxes, 
Apagtavrjvt) now Erzcrum. Hist. Mon. i. 37. 20, 
ii. 67, note 3, Pers. Mart. 1359, ZA. as above. 

v*»»/ for \J+£ month, Jos. Styl. 31. 7 and 
often, %~i+i 40. 10. See col. 16. 30. 

^'f col. 374. Correct: 1) denom. from 
X**9o/ to journey, travel, depart. 2) metaph. 
<o give way, )Z&\\ \Ll± IsJV Sev. Lett. 
I02 - 5," yofcw>r U^JlX J>, ib. 294. 11. 
3) denom. from \L'*} a traveller, to come as a 



tVpV*' 



guest, to lodge, JL.JU oo» ©►ifi? )u\\ co>» 

the very night when that Nazirite lodged at her 
house, Kal-w-Dim. 31. 9. 

\JL*( m. a traveller, guest. PL )ul>/ ? Ahikar 
u*j, 14 is wrongly translated "tiles''*, the 
words two children were taught to cry out 
)xi^ \**'i( .Ji^Xao U*£ mud, mortar, tiles, 
bricks are an abridgement. Cf. the history 
of Ahikar MS. Sachau (Berlin) 336. 41 v. 
Jlr>?>7 J*^ 0^0*9 Jl^ooo U^ yo^cU 
) t ^-^ ^ao ^^^j* i^v.^9 |t*»>7 th&y will say : 
give out mud and mortar, the masons, guests of 
the king, are out of work; LuJo I^V ofc^/ 
^»\.»^> h\v ? Ibffio U>/ .]^o©© ib. 42 r. 
F. Nau ap. Journ. As. 1907, Jan.-Feb. 150. 

Julio/ col. 375. 1) a road. 2) a journey. 
3) a custom, habit. Add: 4) with oom to 
grant access, J^ju/ <*Jo/ ycu^fco JuScl^ the 
mountaineers (holding a fortress) shall gra?it 
access to ambassadors, Jab. 195. 4. 5) Heb. 
nmK a caravan, U=nL^t U*ioi »r\s/ a caravan 
of Arabs jmsscd by, Ephr. ed. Overbeck 285. 4 
= id. Joseph. 26. 4. 

*au***/ place-name, Doc. Mon. 172. 4, 
CB.M. 707 6. 

h£i( = \*\ a tree growing in sandy deserts, 
willow-like flowers, fruit like a jujube ; from 
its root-bark ink is made, Freytag, Lex. 
Arab., a willow. CB.M. 580 6, Is. Nin. ed. 
Chabot 29. 

J^f/ col. 376. liperi), virtue, ref. Anecd. 
Syr. iii. 17. 7. 

^©CLOD^f/ Artemivs, Bishop of Titiopolis, 
Nbld. F. S. i. 471. 74. 

Ja^»/ col. 376. apTa(3t], an Egyptian measure 
of capacity equalling four )lo^o bushels or 
seventy-two l^mja pints, Epiph. 3 and 4 
Uoqjs U^i( ib., three J^^^ao? ILo equal 
one-tenth of an JL^J>/ ib. PL uoA!l'fi r or 
d»o.^jl/ of corn, Pallad. 428. The Median 
artaba, usually called Persian, is one and 
a half times larger than the Egyptian «m^jf( 
A.M.B. v. 149. ii, ,ttuL^f7 r L 12, 150. 11, 15. 
Cf. Ultf. 

^^^•/ i.q. ^i^»/ r col. 376. Artaban V, 
maternal grandfather of Sapor I, ZDMG. lvii. 
563. 2 - 



sa^a-jjji/ sec JL9a-A^>r col. 377 infra, 
m. pi. aproKonoij bakers, Sev. Ant. Vit. 243. 7. 
Cf. lddi)f>/. 

M .. ^^ >( col. 377. aTTayrjv, a long-billed 
wader, Natur 27. 9. 

wcoam^j*/ o 'Aptao-o-os, Ariassus, a bishopric 
in Paniphylia, No Id. ¥. S. i. 472. 91. 

W- H i.^U 'ApTffjLas, Artemas, Tit. iii. 12, 
^losa^j/ Iujc loci^f/ BH. in loc. Another 
Icsa^n was a forerunner of t*aul of Samosata, 
Doc. Mon. 30. 16, 112. 28, 333. 5. 

>flpo » .1 n ^i( 11. pr. an ambassador of 
Theodosius II to Egyptian monks, Diosc. ed. 
Nau 22. 14. 

o»»)^n col. 376 and RHGr. ii. 39. 26. I.q. 
\~>+-#h U^J>7 col. 378. I dprnpia, PL £&e 
bronchial tubes, Merx Gram. 161. 14, Geop. 
51. 18. 

[+9( Aria or Herat, a province of Central 
Asia, cu>o» ^do/ Ju>f/ Jac. Edes. Hex. 41.9; 
see cii col. 1052 and o»o» Suppl. 

)u»r col. 378. a lion. A sign of the Zodiac, 
1. 18 of par. correct for maligranati granum, 
milii granum U*»o?f JL?i3. Ref. Med. 488. 1, 
490. 2, Chimie 6. 13. To Ju*( the disease 
add: Ujo*o Jjch»oo );£>KiD? o'o» otk^S^ U*( 
i.e. t*pa i/oa-os, Sev. Ant. Vit. 85. 5. 

yQufi i.e. ycujj? )?cul*> col. 380. Add: 
situated in Beth Garmai on the Lesser Zab, 
it was a Suffragan See to the Metropolitan 
See of Karka d* Beit Selok, Syn. Or. 33, 34 
and often, Pers. Mart, notes 443, 2180. 
Hist. Mon. i. 69. 12, ZDMG. xliii. 394. 9, 

399. 15; )^L^f 



*cu>/ Arewan beyond the 
river, 396. 13, Syn. Or. 666, 285. 

jsoa*>/ Arius, col. 380. 

jt*£ccuf/ an Avian, Or. Xt. i. 90. 10. 

[raJLu 'Apiavivat, to be a follower of Arius t 
BHGr. i. 47- r 7- 

1^*1^00*9/ m. 'Apeto/xay it 79, an Arian and 
Manichee, C.B.M. 917 bis, pi., Sev. Lett. 6 
note 1, gloss to j]^a*n *m*x»fo», ib. 230. 15. 

I V ^ V#j»Y text ju^-*v, Arelatum on the 
Danube in Noricum, Or. Xt. i. 82, 6. 

lLax»t/ Ariniinvm, now Rimini, AneccL 
Syr. iii. 175. 19. 



3(> rdlrd^ir< 

l^*J-ax*f/ i) an Ariminite, adherent of tlw 
Council of Rimini, Syn. Or. 132. 30 ; Jo. Tell, 
eel. Kleyn 58. 13. 2) i.q. Ju£~*Jjso<a-f/ : 
l^xoa-^7 Or. Xt. i. 84. 21 ; j^xo0»j? )L.^ 
Warda 54 r; Anecd. Syr. iii. 287. 3 ; )^L£»7 
Ebed J. 200, 201 ap. col. 392. Dele the 
rest of the article. 

JJl>( coL 379. fr-MM denom. verb Ethpa. 
to become leprous, cf. R. Duval on the authority 
of Imm. Low. No ref. given. 

JkLl»?( what? cedar resin JfcLLn? )^i 
jjjjf J*Oko* oo»? DBB. 937. 4 = col. 1878. 

yciu»^ (j.rflm^) col. 381. Ipivov, iris oil, 
made from iris or orris root, Med. 148. 13. 

oJU~»f( for Nazianzus, the birthplace of 
Gregory Nazianzen, C.B.M. 4236; oJLuju/ 
ib. ter. 

*fl&*H col. 381. "Apr?? = Mars. Chem. iron, 
JJl3 o» *flcu>/ Chimie 3. 1, 4. 10, 6. 9. The 
sign given here is ^CC- 

Um«t( from the preceding word, ferru- 
ginous = JJ^Lua, )k.»m »»/ U*mo, Chimie 
53. 18, 54. 2. 

>£oo^, en .^n Aristeas, quoted for the 
statement that the LXX were chosen from 
the ten tribes, seven from each, Epiph. 17. 3. 

U>o^c\^.m.+9( aristolochia, Chimie 6. 2, 
Ua^j»f/ ib. 11 pen., Med. 196. 2 ; two kinds 
U*ilo JL^, ib. 293. 32; U>a^i»>/, ib. 
144. 21, miswritien )*JL*^m^9( 106. 20. 
Synonyms Ho^a-ao and jbk&j. See col. 382. 2. 

^a>«>( "Apaicraa PtoL, 'Aparjvrj, Strabo ; 

Aretissa, Pliny, Jac. Edes. Hex. 25. 3 and 
trans. 71 note, U^oao>/ and **^j/ Syr, Arm. 
and Arab., BHChr. Eccl. 535. 1 a note, 
id. Chr. 246. 4, ju^j(v«f )fclu*j*D )u^m3»/ r 
ib. 532. 14, il. ^ .. . flft.^3»r col. 387, Hfrm . W 
col. 367 ; Lake Van and a city on its Southern 
shore. But the city of Van is certainly on 
the Eastern shore and Arjesh is marked on 
the Northern shore. 

J^m**/ Arethusa, a city of Syria, Sev. 
Lett. 81. 16. 

^caa^9/ BHChr. Eccl. 437. 2, miswriting 
of sJLxi!Li( Arsamosata, col. 402. 



UM 



apax v 1, 



Arab. 



«>j* 



&JJI 



©• 



bbil 



v^ci^ Gall, araignee, the upper tabic of an 



astrolabe held together with fine network so 
as to show the lower table, De Astrolabe 74, 
85, 248 ter. 

)>Un apxupfvs, chief priest, G. Busame 5 b tit. 

\&D9( col. 385. Jld^joon f. collect, noun, 
the troop of Archons born of the Evil Principle 
according to Manichaean doctrine, Coupes ii. 
1 30. 3 af. 

uaoosj/ col. 385. As fern. sing. wcoo-O*/ 
I^jo^J = the devil, Chald. Brev., Maclean. 

UttGLOt^ jfcLroaoJ^o/ the Prince of (evil) 
spirits; )}£Za*h&$l r Y^o'i Jab. 489. pen. 

woi( a village near Nisibis, A.M. B. v. 
443- I2 « 

lilon an inhabitant of *J*i}\ A. M. B. v. 
449- 10, 458. 14. 

tfioOi^jusn for )^Ad9( apxiarpos, col. 386. 
chief physician, Sev. Lett. 92. 11, Probus 76. 



|La., 



ja.n,*HO> 



*( (f )^.iXi.> i) dpx&iaKovia : 



archidiaconal functions, Syn. Or. 153. 21. 

L^o-a-DH dp^cccorijr, cA*V/ magistrate, Syr. 
Rom. Kechtsb. 23. pen., 24. 3. 

yo^ji^ov dpxtT€KT(ov, an architect, master 
builder, Anecd. Syr. iii. 289. 19 = Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 287. 3 ; pi. *m*^si^jj>fi Gest. Alex. 74. 4. 

Jto;^l3*( f. from )l^lqf( dpxlarpos, col. 

386. the art of a physician. Jab. 208 ult. 

l^m*d»/ 6pxn<TTal the dancers, ^^f J;.a©]b>© 
i^aa^d*/, C.B.M. 682 a. i^mr>»/ a dancer, 
Jos. Styl. 22. 10, pi. JL^ttAdf/ Caus. Cans. 
186. 5 where Thes. has j^m*Aff, col. 400 
infra and under tntwioo col. 2093. 

L^m^^^off probably a corruption of 
nrcuballista, cf. Old French arbaleste and 
Port, arbalista, |^m^v\»ja Ji>)^ v°^ ^ 
them discharge arroivs from an arbalest, Gest. 
Alex. 268. 14. 

Uclm*/' Heb. jtaH, Arab. ^jL*. the pome- 
granate, U.ti» Jjaaoii^Med. 562. 17, 563. 1, 
Brit. Mus. Or. 2084. 2 v, JJcl»>1?o JJjlf? Ji^k* / 
ib. 5 v, 1 2 r. 

^-*to-j»f/' r col. 390. Add : *Eppa)$w or 
*Epp<0v6i$, Arab. ~z*y>) Armutin f a town in 
the Thebaid, A.M.B. v. 148. 4 = Pallad. 
322. 1. Cf. Amelineau 60. 



httOXOOf 



>/ i.q. IdL.tt***/ Ariminum, Or. Xt. 



i. 90. 8. 

Ij^a^oji^ see |^>iv>.n 2). 

*xfeOp$( col. 391. Hermes. Chem. mercury 
= ^o»l, Chimie 4. 9, «oj^o %fl&o©*( mercury 
and lead but translated molybdo-chalque,, i.e. 
a compound of lead and copper, ib. 1 1. 9. 

l ^^.y i/, )k. * <Ti*y»( mercurial, [s\ o 
L^}o^{ jts.AQ. o of/, Chimie 9. 17, but J.a|uD 
)1^*±*d*/, BH. ap. Journ. As, 1898, 77. 20, 

Jk^jfcf^col. 392. a widow. Add: xw><», 
an order in the early Church, see 1 Tim. v. 9. 
Jac. Edes. Chron. Can. 266, G. Fraenk. in loc. 
ZDMG. Ii. 534, BH. Norn. 97. 8 ff. 

Jjx*ju*o91 dpficviafcd (/z?)Aa), Primus Armeniaca, 
the apricot, Geop. 13, 23, Ar. PflnN. 150. 

yV col. 393. Add: Ar. ^l! Albania f the 
country north of the rivers Araxes and 
Cyrnus, now the Kour, west of the Caspian, 
'AA/3«i/ot of the Greeks, Marqnart 1 16, Syn. Or. 
276. 619. 

juJ>7' m. ph inhabitants of A(, Jab. 351. 2, 
359. 12. 

\Sf( now i*ji( Arna, Ami, a bishopric in 
);«W Jab. 40 note 5 ; Pers. Mart. 204. 

I^jy^col. 393. f. the hare, add refs. Med. 
556. 2, 580. 3, \ajiU liaxa^D ib. 57. 6, 
105. 23 &c, Uutl) \>L& ib. 590. 3-5. An 
adipose tumour, BB. under ^Uoc^i<*|^a> 

(TTedruipa, col. 2596. |jtt~»? [suff, (jT^- v_^»l, 
Xaywy OaXdo-mo?, lepus marinus, a poisonous 
sea fish colour of a hare, Fisch N. 84, DBB. 

93- i- 

yci ff\\.^>»/ P col. 393. sheep's tongue or 
plantain, Med. 65. 5, 159. 9, 171. 3 &c. 

tflocui/ a village, C.B.M. 347 a. 

»-u»( see \j*(. 

)lol^j*( f. from opvis, the art of training 
birds, Schatzh. 24. 2, JLa^fl&j*/, id. ib. 1. 15; 
G. Fraenkel in loc. ZDMG. lvi. 100. 

yQL^a**] 9 Gr. dpuTTov, name of a digestive 
prescription, Med. 358. 5. 

.ou^ttf/ dpfxvvTov " peu fusible/ 1 " nan 
fluide," Chimie 11. 19. 



^a.^.^.^^gf/ col. 395. arislolochia. See 
JjaoXa^m**/ above. 

L»o.,,. mi/ (J^a&J^) the population of 
Arsidonia(?), Dion. 108. 19. 

tO^A^j/ pr. n. m. Arsimon, Josephus vi. 
16 ult, 

■ *»i^ i/ river Arsania s, tlie Eastern branch 
of the Euphrates, now the Murad Chai, Dion. 
LI- f» 106. 13. 

Ux»?/ r col. 395 infra, barley water, refs. 
Med. 58. 6, )Jj»*J? )*'-±. ib, 162. 19, 181. 11, 
J£aJlU»^'ib. 98. 13, 286.5, 288 - 10,607. 18. 
Lexx. under 1L*-* col. 1404 and under \*oi 
col. 3870. 

lliADf}* Voc. case of *flocujL»»( col. 396. 
^rsmmsthe hermit, Pal lad. 446. 20, 469. 3, 
M.Z. 173- M- 

Uxa>^ Arsinoe, De Goeje B. 65. pen. 

yift-J-cof? 1 ' col. 396. arsenic, Chimie 4. 7, 
12. 7, yg.n » l » flnff ib, 2. 7, ^- « .- f > ,. .», A «■> >/ 
v cuua>o;o V arsenic dor6, ib, 55, 18, ^ Q » l nn »( 
]I^i^. Med. 87. 10, y^AAXxjpf/ ib. 602. 4. 

u»a3o-fi^f( col. 396. o>po(TKo7roff, horoscope, 
De Astrolabe 254 ult. 

<W col. 396. Add : Ethpe. v>JlL/ *o mee«, 

when Our Lord walked on the water ^a£ 
which by nature was moist met His footsteps 
as if it were a dry substance, Doc. Mon. 
20. 21. 

\JL'*l r col. 397. Add : Astron. the earth, 
Chimie 6. 15, 7. 4; Chem. the seven kinds 
of earth are: 1) joa.i v> * \ ^0? wch 
Lemnian earth. 2) %o fc N o> «>( bitumen. 

3) fyy^p^ ( or %floc\.y>flp ^d> / Samian earth, 
perh. ta/c. 4) L\n^,>P Cimolian earth, 
a soapy silicate; it inhibits inflammation and 
erysipelas. 5) » m » fr » N-sv >/ ^9} earth for 
vines, a bituminous schist rubbed on vine 
stocks to keep off insects. 6) JuJu*>>/ ^of 
Armenian earth, yellow arsenic. 7) resem- 
bles Lemnian eartli and is as black as pitch. 
Duval supplies for the seventh, where a word 
has been omitted by a copyist, daftoXrj or pe\av, 
soot from Diosc. v. clxxxi. Chimie 7. 16 ft*, infra 



and 8 supra, see pp. 14—18 of transl. and 
notes. Nos. 3, 4, 5, and 6 with glosses from 
the Lexx. are already given under U±i( coll. 
397. f. To Jkw^Sfc^/ l^i? add : Chimie 14. 
13, identified as Cimolian earth, i.e. marble, 
ib. 135. )^aI->od |j^»( quoted from Lexx. 
col. 398, should rather be )U*i^ooo starry, 
" terra ctoilee" ib. 135. f. 

\jL&.h] r col. 399. landward. Add : l-Z&i 
\* ^ ?( av€fjioi o7royetot, landioinds, An. Syr. 
142. 22. 

]LcuL2kf^ col. 399. f. earthy nature or 
substance, )ia«u^>(o )*©♦ JLo-^f? U^jw >K^> 
Bar Koni ap. ZDMG. 1 i i I - 504. 

M~^»( COl. 399. jUAJ^ff M-5tt^ao> (papfiaxa 

Kara tottovs local or native medicines, Med. 
553- 4- 

JlSJ^ 9( the mallow : see under fco^j. 

\j:Lf( and )i»i-*N.»( place-names: see )♦...* 
in Buppl. 

CL^»r Heb. W) Iieu,CUm. xi. 18 if., Schatzh. 
120. 18, 122. 3 f. &c, 'Pnyav Luke iii. 35, 
BHChr. 8. 16. 

Ja>( i.q. \&9 a nest : see col. 3964. 

«o_^-9>; ^. 1 9>»( 'Opcfyavorpofalov, an Orphan 
Asylum, Anecd. Syr. iii. 147. 18. 

waiajk-LSf/ *Op(f)avoTp6<f)os, Warden of the 
Orphan Asylum, Anecd. Syr. iii. 147. 25. 

\jjx&'9( 1 writing material, Jab. 525. 12. 

JjD^ r *ApK»7, /lrca, full name Area Caesarea 
or Caesarea Libani. A town at the foot of 
Mount Lebanon 12 miles from the sea, Pet. 
Ib. 104. 22 and note, Pleroph. 85. 11 and 
note. 

JLo»/ name of a heretic who denied the 
Third Person of the Holy Trinity, ZA. xv. 
106, 9, 13. 

j»cl^jd»/ (? );f>.v) apKTos^cipTiov^) perhaps 
Verbascum, Chimie 237, note 7. See yoU^ot/ 
col. 400. 

u» a«u^-o v 'Apart/cos, the Arctic zone, De 
Astrolabe 82, 269 ult., ff. 

IXs^ )fcL^iD»rfrom jn,No>/ col. 401. 
of Hercules, )h*«S\.£>'f} JfcoaJLo statues of 
Hercules, Hebraica vii. 47. pen. 



^flocL^A^jji/ 'HpuKkciros, Heraclitus, BH. np. 
Hebr. iii. 450. 7. 

ju^fi name of a village, Hormizd 1550. 
Cf. yiM,9( I^jO. 

]2&+,'j] y m. pi. Arsacids : see «ojt*( col. 402. 
M.Z. 5. 28, 30. 61. • 

fcjLflDoU/ 'OpOaxria and 'OpOaxruis, Orthosias 
on the Phoenician coast, 12 miles north of 
Tripoli, Pet. lb. 105 ult, 

L^t*/ col. 403. Add : Li^xW a ladle, 
El Nis. 38. 69, lh«_3? Juu^U/, Chimie 
95- 19- 

ls^/ Ashga, a village in the district of 
Susa, 8yn. Or. 551. 

♦^^a,^ Ashgar, a village of Adiabene, 
Chast, 8. 11, 10 ult., 16. 14. 

JL( . Pass. part. *JLf col. 404, diffuse. 
Add : scattering, dissipating energy, ^•JLi/ 
Jklo-jao ifcHi, Pallad. 93. 9. 

JlowJL^l. 12 of par. JlJoo lo+S,( suffusion 
of the eye, Med. 56. 4, 75. 9, J£j£f JL'o***,^ 
the same, ib. 556. 19. Metaph. wandering 
thoughts, distraction, Pallad. 340. 4, )Ko+JL( 
Jfc^**> Jfc£*j?o£>iL*> omJ^J?, Is. Ant. Bedj. 

104. 13/14, U«*J?7 ib. 131, 4, J&Jk*lT? ? 
ib. 193. 15. \,1 A^f Jio^*-iL^ loquacity, 
garrulousness, Isoyabh ed. Duval 142. 23. 

)£c£j^jkifcoe col. 405. Zkxwis, Clem. Cor. 
*^. 24. Jk^j? SS the shedding, putting away, 
of desire, Sev. Ant. Hymns 177. 

♦«oa*7 Zend arshokara maker of virility, 
epithet of Verethraghna,the Genius of Victory, 
Bahrain Yast. xiv. 28, see Sacred Books of the 
East, xxiii. p. 238. In Manichaeanism the 
Supreme Being is conceived as a tetrad. Mani 
is thought to have adopted this from the 
Mazdeism current in Mesopotamia, F. Cumont, 
Cosmogonie Manicheei.ne, i. 8, note 2. The 
four principles of the Zoroastrian faith are : 

\09)o ♦jaofrfo ;*©aA,«.9o, Coupes ii. in. 20, 21, 
WZKM. xii. 354 in loc. Later these were 
considered by Christians to be four gods, 
A.M.B. ii, 577, 6 f„ Parhad, 366. 3;. U-* 
•ick/' is^t, Ebed J. Card. 102. 1 1. 



39 r^Axr^ 

Ju^jCl^^a,/ col. 406. Fraenkel says this 
word should be U^^cia^/ as the transcription 
of Pers. *. (^liJ^.) and Arab. ^ ( d Ul^) 
should place the t sound before the sibilant. 
It is the game of Polo. Fremd W. 291. 

)J i vi .»»/'" adj. from yCLaa-A.*/ col. 406. 
\'['*\.m..( r \^*rf~ prob. a, desert like that of 
Jeshimon, Hist. Mon. i. 77. 12. 

V^»( Ashhaphil, a city in Beit Aramaye, 
Chast. 48. 2, 7. 

I^jpi v>»7 Shamunith, mother of the seven 
Maccabees, Or. Xt. iv. 118. 11. Usually 
written wjclscla, q.v. col. 4213. 

jdoja,/ a Mongol town seven farsaqs south 
of Urrni, Jab. 150. 1. Now called ^ouo/ 
by East Syrians and Jul* 9/ ^^1 by Persians, 
note ib., Usnu (Usnukh), Pers. Mart. 231, 
241 &c. 

^*^o^7, ^ix^l or ^LxA^l Ashfegani wife 
of Ahikar, Ahikar Introd. xxxiv. 52. 11, 18. 

)JL2la,( col. 410. Pers. ^-^.w, U-*-** an inn, 
the n is kept in Mandaic KT^DC?, Nbld. Maud. 
Gram. 51, abode, dwelling^ o*JL&a,(? ^c*o»*-* 
%*++*, Act. Apost. Apoc. o^f. 8, «*&*.( wJu> 
my family, ib. to, o»^ao? )&»>l\ A.M.B. ii, 
230. 4 and 6 af. 

*»• ^it/ col. 4 TO. To 2t<£pio? xa>plov 01* KticrTpov 
*\<j(l>pios, Siphris, Jos. Styl. 55. 3 = trans. 46 
note, 75. 14. See Procopius de Bello Persico 
1. 8. 

»o\ft«7 pr.n.tn. Ashaqlun, o»«^ yoNo*,/ 
U>o*~ yN.\a», Coupes ii. 130. 16. Perhaps 
derived from > ^fi^ to sustain, uphold, Cosmog, 
Manicheenne 75, note 6, 

J&^col. 4"- Add: J^r pi. JLc^ 

(sic) nvp€T(k, fever, Hippoc. i. 13, 15, ii. 26, 
28 &c, Med. ]LolsaL(, 9. 6 and often; jfclilt 

chronic, diurnal, and tertian fevers, 48 ult. f. 1, 
Jfcl*fcLj^L \\LkV tertian fever, ib. 581. 6; 
\jl£f J&m intermittent fever, ib. 244. 2, 
297. 12; BH. de PJ. ^. 84. 

juj&t( feverish, Hippoc. v. 16, 18. 
)LV P col. 412. arfpuviTtQV, note that, j^ootC 
JIT, Nest. Heine. 344 . 17, 346. 13. PI. Jt'ol/' 



rC&rf 



40 



pd*02Jr<Atr< 



Kit. an alp/tabetical psalm, esp. a portion of 
Ps. cxix said at ferial evening service, Qdhani 
W. 46. 16, 53. 12. 

Jifact. part. jl?, W col. 415. Add: 
)l\i \ _£* gradually, Act. Mart. ii. 347. 23, 
A.M.B. v. 101. 11, 12. With another verb 
expresses continuity of action, ooot ^»J;i v> 
*^tio they continue to preach, Ephr. Ref. ii. 
209. 40. Cf. similar use of ^j/ col. 106 infra. 
Kthpael *#UV to be brought, ]S*^o l^^ 
k^jo ^!Uo o».^j o»Jo»cuf Ji^Jo-M^, Jac. 
Edes. 33 r, ©♦♦-Ol-.JI JL/ lo-a» o > a •> ib. 
wkv-»r A})h. col. 415. Add: to hold in 
honour, yCiiN, ^lI^oo Jwx»io ]lo»*40 i^ad 
we hold you in all veneration and honour, 
Sev. Lett. 140. 11. Part. Jli^? ))U *++lSx> 
fivo-Tayo)yol y initiators with the mysteries, Sev. 
Lett. 330. 12, 354. 14. wfc^lTir Ettaph. 
col. 416. Add : to be brought to the point, 
to infer, deduce, 9 cufcJLi/ U>9o* ^o Georg. 
Ar. 12. 13. 

Jk^L? «ol. 417. infra, flowing, flooding, 
\jk*o -i?*Med. 263. 8. Cf. U;5 wl'U, ib. 

)LoLfcwJ& col. 418. |u»j^ Icl. l^-oo deriva- 
tion, etymology, B. Sal. in Lit. 25 pen. 

)ilbs*.Y> col. 418. Jli^J? cU-^-^o « letter 
carrier, postman , A.M.B. v. 3. 2, 4. 19. 
Jj£k.^*S? oolfc^oc he who pronounces, speaks, 
Aphr. 385. 25. 

|iIk-LfcoS> col. 418. BHGr. i. 25. 1, lli 
l^old jdufeJilTl^JB the fresh waters which flow 
into the sea, But. Sap. N. Hist. iv. 5, sect. 2. 

)LcLubs~»lT&Ott col. 418 = iirayoiyi], induction, 1 

BHGr. 1. 8. 8, visitation, application,, Sev. 
Ant. Hymns 249 note. The quotation from 
Pat. Vit. = A.M.B. v. 363. 5. 

^d{1/ i.q. *fioo(L7'cjol. 419. 1. *fio|L/ *a6cu^ 
ayios 6 G(6s = Jo^/ ou»A Holy God, Is. Ant. 
84. 7/8, 174- J 7> & c. 

joi/ P Assyria, col. 420. Eccles. The pro- 
vince of Assyria consisted of the episcopal 
sees of Arbela and Mosul, Syn. Or. 667 a: 
10, 608 note 3, 611, 619. Isoyabh Lett. 
54. 7# 63. 4. 



fc^Jfol/' like an Assyrian, Vit. Monoph. 
67. 17. 

++l( col. 422. atirjprj, pottage or porridge, 
Kal-w-Dim. 210. 21. 

\lol} r inhabitant of JL} col. 422. V-<^ 
U«J»l? \+*U Attdkh (Hattdhh) near Amid, 
Anecd. Syr, iii. 259. 11, loi{? )*l7, 1. 13. 

)I^.l^col. 423. 1) Assyr. attala, eclipse of 
the sun. 2) New-Heb. *?n the Dragon, which 
Chwolson identifies with the Milky Way, 
Grabinschriften, 122 f. Others think it a 
constellation and BHCarm. 38. 11, quoted 
by K. 1. 6 of par. speaks of )u^L/ *i and the 
ji^r^A*. as, different. 3) K. Duval thinks 
^Xl/ is derived from Hi with a Greek ter- 
mination, cf. |*£oqj/ from scoj( and compares 
JLgu^I/ DBB. 192. 24, at the end of the 
paragraph woto^A U^l? 0JL+9 o» yOl'v^Mf 
Ju^l/ K.O.C. xv. 230. 2 Syr. 4) In Jab. 53 
the sea of )J^£-»/ Italy is said to be called 
Ju^U? Ucu the Dragon's Sea from the Dragon 
which was supposed to produce the flames of 
Etna. 

^a.\1( aWdXrj, vapour, Chimie 13. 7, 16, 
14. 18, w^kfcw/ ib. 15. 3. Alembic, hence 
Arab. JUt and Jil. ^^ljb> *aW Chimie 19. 2, 

23. l6, &C. loXU^fto l&A^Ofd? ©*©♦ f^X( 

Jjcu, N. Hist. iv. 1, sect. 2. 

y^\U (? 1»SJ) Pallad. 630. 7 probably 
the same as the following name. 

. ffl->^^/ "A6\t@is or v Arpi/3(r, now Atrib, 
a city in Lower Egypt, A.M.B. vii. 109. 

Ju^A^lf adj. from \^\l( ascetic, combatant, 

Sev. Lett. 362. 16 ; U^*^L{o \ « m .» Uo?, 
id. Hymns 177. 

^fiocLAjl( perh. the country of the )*oajL: 
see col. 4472 ; nomads in the neighbourhood 
of Aleppo, Journ. As. 1900, 287. 6, Patr. Or. 
iii. 1 Index and 28. n. 

[la*j\ir dOavaaia, immortality. Name of 
a liver medicine, Med. 356. 18, 357. 5, 
JLtcuVI I ib. 1. 14, 362. 19. 



r<.>ib\r< 



41 



Ga*&\b\r? 



ll»i( col. 426 infra. Add: rustic, |^(u\^ 
UUo, El. Tirhaii 3. 6. ° 

^UL/ for vJd|»L Thrace, Jac. Edes. Hex. 
11. 15. 

oil/ (? 1*^) i-q- offcsJ Yathrib, q.v. 
Bahira 206. 4 af. 

)uo»l/ a native of Yathrib, Pet. lb. 142. 5. 



^,»l/ "A^ijSts 1 , a city of Lower Egypt, Sev. 
Lett, 384. 3. 

Jl-.»L( name of a monastery in Armenia, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 57. 7, 

u».*Ll( col. 428. \\t81s, Attic, a kind of 
vine, %fla-U?J Ypojfcoo )'f\& ^JJs^ h Us^ 
N". Hiht. vii. 3. 1. 



o prep. col. 430. Add: avv, Loof's Nest. 
2 4- x 4 5 r^J^**^ )<*^U^ U^«^i Nest. Herac. 
3 r 4- 13, 3 I 5- 2 - Col. 432. Bit. ellipt. for 
Jia=> to the tune, Qdham W. 30. i, 33. 7; 



,.^*d they rejjeat the doxology to the 
chard — , Takhsa 135. 12 ; \£*iz> )?o*As Afl( r 
'proceed to the chant The Blessed Martyrs, 
ib. 137. 2, 22 ff. ; jrr>»o *£D&.**2> |v-»a.LO canon 
to the chant Pity and Pardon, ib. 62. 4, 143, 1, 
Brev. Chald. i. 88. 8; \slo vaa.cl^ .U1ox> 
Motwa to the chant, Clap yvur hands, ib. iii. 
103. 18. 

)*♦.=> J,:a contraction of U*^ o*=> from iWo, 
in like manner, Duval Gram. § 297 ; ♦-*•<*( 
ou,i>)J> }ljL3( he keeps a grudge as a camel 
does, Anton. Itlict. sip. BHGr. i. t 75. n, 
UoX (uliJJ* equally, id. ib. 1. 8, )H^ ^-Z^>J^ 
©C£ )ia.jl it pierced him like an arrow, id. ib. 
1. 6 ; ^oaao Joo» k-^Lo? 'l^-va.*,* )^«.i)o in 
like manner as the Tigris is copious so is thy 
understanding, Hormizd 2210, ib. 57. 1983, 
2945. Without ceasing, continuously > *i£( 
»*»o)o toarne sans cesse, Cbimie 16. 14. 

JlasUcol.432. Bishop of Antioeh,BHChr. 
Eccles. 53. 6; ^floUa^k* Ant. Patr. 298. 13. 
I.q. JJq^s col. 443. 

jui^a^jo Babylonia, a province of Asia, 
Jac. Edes. Hex. 41. 5; U^oolof lloti/, 
ib. 15. 2. 

L>oU^> Bagavana, a mountain in the 
eastern part of Armenia, Chimie 303 pen. 



)fU> col. 433. 3) i.q. daoa^U and aaa^U 
the measure bath, it contains 50 )l^o^o pints 
and equals a ]»aJSj ia^oo^ a small omer, 
Epiph. 4. 

iA^»o^ the Egyptian month Paojihi, Mart. 
Luc. R.O.C. iii. 165. 12, 167. 6. 

jiflD©M* river Baitsa in the neighbourhood 
of Mardin, C.B.M. 275 a. 

^jq.^4-^ Arm. [\iuqu^ \\ tuhg Bazuk- 
Vankh. Bazgaunoch, an Armenian monastery 
in the district of Guba, BHChr. Eecl. 433. 4. 

usoo^^ col. 434. 2) a measure, i.q. )?)L> 
a bath q.v. 4) ftdro?, parls, a kind of ray, 
probably Raja rhinobatos, found in the Arabian 
Gulf, N. Hist. vii. 31 ; Ar. Eisch N. 47. 

yCud(^^ Col. 434. Add: (3arpd\t6v €<tti 
XpvaroK(A\a ku\ xP va ^ n P a(T0S i Palladius de 
Eebribus, ed. Bernard, Leyden, 1745- So 
Duval, Chimie 13, n. 5 to ycuj^jo (sic) 7. 1 1, 
pdte d' arsenic, 

t£o<a*j^ (3las, violence, Syn. ii. Eph. 21.3. 

iCL.'iQ^^Io a Coptic name, A. M. B. iii. 589, 
perh. ^..occiS Poemen, note ib. 

[oU> /3i;£, JlcL^j^f U-oxi** \d\js a violent fit of 
coughing y Dion. ed. Tullberg o^o 6. 

J^jcloJo C.B.M. 274 b. See under k^s 
col. 487. 

|csoofimo)J» name of a city, C.B.M. 11 97 b. 

^Amolo /3u£is, a statement, ^ ooot ci^cuwf 
»aa*mo)o p-^-> Tekkaf 88. 



2718 



r<lortlAf<ln 



42 



1^=> 



|^U)o and Jm^lo BaA«K«, an isle in the 
Red Sea, Jac. Edes. Hex. 20. 8. 

^A^ river Ilalys, now the Kizil Irmak, 
A.M.B. iii. 274 and note. 

uttdcJl)^ perl). irikeKav, the pelican, %*—& 
JfcLL'i, N. Hist. vii. 4. 4. 

«m^£jc» Balas, Balis, Barbalissus, on the 
right bank of the Euphrates, BHChr. Eccl. 
249. 21 n. I. q. ji.>vs> ; see below. 

w»aj»jua name of an Egyptian hermit, 
A.M.]'. iih 574. 6, n. ^qjsd)o. 

\j\J* Moving a mix be! ten, the be) ten nut, 
Med. 40. 18. 

^aw^^-i)^ Vitalius, Ant Patr. 298, 
no. 2 1. 

jutt>U* 1) BacroYT, an isle in the Red Sea, 
Jac. Edes. Hex. 20. 8. 2) name of a presbyter 
of Edes.-a, Syn. ii. Eph. 43. 27. 3) f. a martyr 
L'foU> Mo^, Bi'ev. Ant. i. 35. 15. 

tm*iX.tt]o basalt, Chimie 245, 11. 4. 

ua^«Ax»l^ Basil ides, bishop of Byblus, 
Mich. Syr. 159 a. 

Jfc^Jo Bakath, a village, Coupes ii. 125. 

ucoooj^^ Bracehns, bishop of *i»of©)uJk3, 
Nold. F. S. i. 468. 16. 

J?o»)o .see Ji?jaz>. 

?o>i^> Pers. •>«/-> saltpetre, Chimie 101. 
17, 19. 

]L>)^ Birta, a bishopric in Mesopotamia, 
Or. Xt. v. 100, Syr. 1. See JL;*:>. 

A.p. sJLsj^ col. 440. Add : j^I^m/ ao 
eV^«ro>y Kwcas, utterly bad, A.M.B. v. 600. 2; 
)fcijMj{r*AA^ 6o* that wretched man, Sev. Lett. 
166. 6 ; di*^ ^jL aa3 worse and worse, 
Ephr. Ref. ii. 200. 35. 

JLcuA^.p col. 441. Add: JfcLlj'lr icui.x.2» 
wretchedness, misery, Pet. lb. 116. 5. 

LJo Baltis, bishop of Telia, Nbld.F. S. 470. 
44, *m-k^>, Mich. Syr. 159 a. 31. 

o»oU=> see ^oolico. 

\zJ> papa, Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 29. 30; 
t ^N ib. 30. 12. The Pope of Rome, f ^X^ 



V 



ClO^X=> 



without permission of your Pope, 



BHChr. Eccl. 739. 13. 



cux=> for a^M a buffalo, Chimie 49. 6. 

Dcl=>J> to be eaten with honey after food, 
Med. 542. 3. Perh. Pers. J^-j mimosa. 

U^ pr. 11. m. Babusa, B.O. iii. i. 142. 

J^UoCLa^ adv. as an infant, childishly, 
Syn. Or. 176. 24, 183. 15, 184. 5. 

JLajcDctai f. infancy, JJo^flo)^ .ootiadoaao, 
Georg. Arab. to. 8, 12. 8. 

^jli col. 444. 3) Babylon in Egypt; 
now Fostat, Old Cairo, ^2r*>? ^»i, Pallad. 
559. pen.; ^^^, ib. 473. 3 a f., v o«^:*3, 
ib. 428 ult. 

)jq\^ (Jfci^) the ,til1 of Babylon i.e. Mt. 
Mokattani, Pallad. 237. 6 a f . 

JJ^a.^ a Babylonian, Josephus vi. 18. 19; 
JfcL^M JlSJSjaS the Babylonian plain, Syn. 
Or. 131, 24. 

|Oko^:*:» col. 444. Correct wjq\op q. v. 
infra. 

lisl^N^ ?> fitftXioSt'jKri, a library, C.B. M. 
Pref. xi ; )^.tcL^^a Epiph. 17 ult. 

*a*Qi^2> pr. ii. m. Bahanosh, Pers. {J*s->\ sA> 
whose father is blesssed, Hist. Mon. i. 227, 
ii. 429 n. 

^«-n-n a village of Khuzistan, Syn. Or. 

3 2 3- 

^k^ns adj from )k^±>Baalta, a village 
near Emesa, Dion. 68. 12. 

wa^-=k2> the site of a monastery, on Mt. 
Uruk, Chast. 8. 13. 

jlOM^ya? Jk~^=> Babtha d'Mahoze, on Mt. 
Sheran, N. of the Lesser Zab, Chast. 50. 21. 

)4^ col. 445. a garden; U^oo* ^=>, 
Sassanidi 23. 16. 

J^cl^^* col. 445. Add: a gurgling or 
rumbling sound in the lung, Med. 217. 13; 
\lsLx> <^ai^, ib. 19. 9. 

J&L^cu*^ col. 445. PI- hubbies, Bar 
Choni ZDMG. liii. 505 on Hesiod's account 
of Creation; )oo»i U-! U -*-^-*? k^/ 
Ifc^^ Jl^^Qj^p, ib. 

'V^? coi. 446. Add: Ethpe. ^^pL^ to 
be declaimed, ^\^>i( — ^ ^\ ,(? Jbsjo, Sev. 
Lett. 248. 6. 



JLcuUL^LaD f. lamentation. Charms 14 pen., 
91 ult. 

^^ttu.^> porh. [*si*j 3^.*r> or |-o3l^U3 L.pA> 
Be Aiqya near Hira. See Yakut. The 
place of Alexander's death, near Babylon, 
according to Sassanidi 30. 3 af. ap. Cong. 
Or. viii. 

i,^ col. 448. 2) to be emaciated. Act. 
part. *^i opp. ^£uL N. Hist. viii. 2. 3 ; 

^s> j* )*o^^p u^l^ t^^? ^°y s an< ^ ^ a( ^ s 

grew thin as they were growing up, ib. To 
fall ill 7 Aneed. Syr. ii. 50, 22, Dion. 220. 4; 
with ^j*>, om& ^so k^p, ib. 217. 2, 4, 
}^-*w ^so ^**^ 1. 6 ; jjcnfcia^ ^^jo ^p 
ib. 218. 22. Pass. part. <hX *-*-^> t 5 ? 1^-*/ 
^JlS| *ja..» fc^o *~»1^.» some were attacked over 
five, times by this illness , ib. 216. 20. 

J£*^> closed, jbkO;-& J 001 )ts^, CI. B 11 same 

7. 2 af. 

J;^o.s col. 448. a pebble, JLcl*3*.=> Jfjj* 
] •^a.^f) hail like pebbles, Dion. 194. 19. 

a^=> 1) pr, 11. m. Bishop of j^a~»», ZDMG. 
xliii, 397. 8. 2) = u*-^> l^-r>, Chast. 
10. 12. 

♦ii col. 449. to mingle, l\J> \Jc* )*<*J 
Jiitofc^ A.M. B. ii. 651 but Ploffm. gives 
?^ in this passage, Pcrs. Mart. n. 627 this 
river mingles with the Tor mora. »*S a*;^, 
)•»©/ ^so \>^L the wlieat began to decay in the 
barns, Dion. 60. 17. Bead y+^i 1 but ef. 
BHGr. under Jlo?a». Ethpalpal ^SlFto 
be confused, wchcla#Lcia» o^^i/ his v:its were 
confused, Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 2. 18. 

)Lo?cls f. decay ; f[=> .[+& Ji*-^* Jlo*a.^> 
^=k**fcoo 01 BHGr. i. 23. 24 and marginal 
note. 

J*^. Ethp. wZ^L( to be pretended, to be 
fa Iscly or foolishly camp oscd, w ^ i { * )c^ * o cut 
*ooc»© j oil *-**> a manifesto faked up by Theodore 
of Mopsuestia, Sev. Lett. 338. 1. 

JL^U f. folly, )UolU? Ui^i, Is. Nin. 
B. 61. 2 ; BA. under \£lx> col. 2245. 

U*£ col. 450. Add: Aq. Jcr. xiv, 14 pro 
o"«fXicr^oy a (TACfAtfo), varico, svpplanto. An 
Fullacial Field's note. 



43 VJL.iir<'cn=D 

k«±i?£ ineptly, C. B.M. 442 a. Should be 

Ul»io& a charlatan, Sev. Lett. 496. 15. 

«o)ip perhaps ^b, Jl Al Baradan, .BatZarw-M 
a town near Baghdad, .o>l^> )jcu».v>, Chast. 
46 ult., 47. 13. 

U^*:* Pers. (jb^U a sail h. a flap or lappet 
of a garment, Arab. ajlJI (/ore or front of a 
shirt, El. Nis. 36. 24, Freindw. 54 note. 

^o^ col. 450 infra. Case letters: see 
El. Nis. Gram, c^ ff. 

.cuXo*^ bdellium, Med. 49. 4, 137. 1, 367. 
10, 17, &c. ; tO-JM*^ Chimie 7. 12. Syr. 

^♦.^ pr. n. m. Pers. Mart. A.M.B. iv. 163. 

*^*^ Bdigar, a fortress in Adiabene, M.Z. 
54. 168, A.M.B. iv. 128. 

.cuxi*«.^> a city in Egypt, Badyssusl A.M.B. 
iii. 231 and note. 

^m,*»z> perha])S a corruption of Bddhges to 
the north of Herat, capital of the Hephthalite 
Kings, Marquart 77, Syn. Or. 423. 

^Jifn»pr>»i> see ^xm*£o»=>. 

^ f :> Ethpaiel^I^l/ col. 452. to stagger , 
reel, Ephr. Bef. i. 176. 34. 

Jloj.^ col. 451. infra a chatterer. Arab. 
j±\ Xx^ Fraenk. WZKM. vii. 85. 



*»nv»flo»^> col. 452. and *n^* 



Pers 



»^} fft * fip f-^ 



prob. compulsions* Ii. J)uval places this word 
among those derived from Persian but without 
the Persian equivalent. Ref. #_^1. 
Med. 56. 22. 

|Loo«^ col. 454. probably a professor of 
philosophy, Baihad 398 f. and note, Stat. 
Schol. Nis. 27. 3, 5. 

JLJy^A.^ col. 455. J^^jf^A-^ Thou who 
didst scatter us abroad opp. J^..». u i a^o 
BHCarni. 79. 11. 

©*:* a softened form of 1^3 in names of 
places. 

♦*^?*loO Beh-Ardasir the official name of 
Seleueia, rebuilt bv Ardasir I. Tabari 16 
mi. 1 and 4, Syn. Or. 667 ; ib. 37. 25, 76, 29, 
Sassanidi 17. 7, Jab. 232. 9, 4 to. 13. 



o><j-.5<h^ right religion, Jab. 526. 10. 

^s<£^> col. 456. Ethpe. ^Vo^L^add : to be 
calm, Mar Bassus 27. 366. 

^•o^ settled, «^»f? «c^p ^»o*io ok~» 
o»^»?? JLxid/ Alexander-lied ZDMG. Ix. 204. 
3M- 

VoS col. 457 end of par. add: Jlc*s JJ? 
incessantly, Aplir. \j»L ult. 

wa^ko*^ fteXovr), a sharpnosed pike, N. Hist* 
vii. 3. 3. 

^>o^ Pers. ^^j 1) Bahman i.q. Vohumnn, 
one of the Ameshaspends, a personified at- 
tribute of Ahura Mazda, A. M. B. ii. 577. 
18. 2) name of the middle month of 
winter. 3) name of a plant which flowers in 
winter, Lag. G. A. No. 41, )>£-*• ^xni 
JjLaoaaoo, Med. 266. 16, 602. 9. 

j\jc»2> pr. n.m. Ant. Patr. 305 no. 138. 

[jsop m. a ray of light, Jul. 49. 8. 

JfcLBofi col. 458. Add : akrfyas, dartre, 
Hippoc. iii. 19, w-^i-i? U**ajt )fc^5o*^ 
a shiny sore, Med. 602. 14, pi. BH. de PL 
no. 1 17. 

IIclpoq v> add: the lustre of polished iron, 
Is. Nin. B. 190. 1 r. 

>qjd<ht> jLJL^.) Behqawad, a district of Beit 
Aramaye; Kufa and Hira belong to it, Chast. 

26. 11 ; Sassanidi 29. 6. 

*oo. k^ifooo col. 459. Add: rudely, 
unskitfully of writing or preaching, Anecd. 
Syr. ii. 2. 13, Theod. Mops. 57. 6. 

yffoc> col. 459. Late Persian and Arabic 
form of yjojio q. v. Bahrain, son of Sapor I, 
BHChr. Eccl. ii. 45 ; pto^* Mon. Syr. ii. 
07. 8. 

Jtaa*cȣ> Herakleia, a district of the Thebaic!, 
Pall ad. 237. 6 af. 

JG^jLcH-^ Bih-Habur, a bishopric probably 
in Ears, Syn. Or. 670 : ib. 71. 27, f. ; ZDMG. 
xliii. 402; A.M.B. ii. 559, tit., 565. 9. 

kui,oo Pers. o-i^.) Paradise, A.M.B. ii. 
576. 16, 578. 11. 

?){lS^o^ ^1 vo-^v r >, pr. n. m. A.M.B. ii. 

27. 1 2. 



44 ^aioi^aa 

lo^ col. 460. Act. part, and verbal adj. 
^•lo*^ JJ )l^.*o^ they were not ashamed of 
shameful actions, Jul. 43. 

HiocH-^> chaste, add: Jl^JLo? J&*^6JL&d 
(sic) Jk**jloo»a, Theod. Mops, in Jo. xxi. 17. 



K*(l^.o^ in shame and confusion, 



jo &.2u 



h*+\h*+<x2> oo»-»?ii> G. Busame 526 ult. 

k£ootlo^ 13 or) 66s, assistant, ^ t\*\ jf jsollco 
adjutant of the cohort of the Prefect of Egypt, 
Sev. Ant. Vit, 43. 8, Nau in loc. R.O.C. iv. 
554, u»6]^|co A.M.B. iii. 311. 2; u»oLU> 
ib. 312 n. 

jLUo^ f3or)6eia, auxiliary troop, A.M.B. iii. 
298. 4 af. 

[z>o.> 1) col. 462. 1. a tunic Jlo o^S. t^\, 
J^a2> iiQj^a^^, G. Ward a ap. Hippoc. ii. 

p. vi. 15. 2) I99 a kind of comet, Med. 

CL^CLS abbrev. of JbcLS pi. j3ou/3aAoi wild 
oxen, Chimie 48. 16, a^.s ib. 49. 6. 

Ju^a^ col. 462. a conduit, aqueduct, add 
ref. )1'<L=±=> ++=> Jo©» ^(j*. Mich. Syr. 258. faf., 
259. 1. Usual pi. JIclSos. 

ycu^jcoa^ t) Bovffcov via, Buhona a bishopric 
in Lycia, Nold. E. S. i. 474. 127. 

Jl^a^ col. 462. pi. |L>» oxen, A.M.B. 
vii. 71. 

)v^l^co col. 462 and Hippoc. iv. 73> v. 60 

U?as Arab, ij'^j and lijuj a crucible, 
Chimie 100. 19, 102. 15. 

^CLO^dco Byzantium, Ephr. ed. Lamy iv. 
361. n. 1. 12. 

*coois>lQ^> a city whither Gordias, King of 
the Huns, sent his idols to be coined, Dion. 
Ined. 475. 7. 

lll&2> name of the daughter of Herodias, 
Apis as. 9. 

J,iLjci.=> for mx»^ a hawk, Gest. Alex. 14. 1 1, 
15. 7 ; BH. Stories 73. 3 af., 74. 9. 

J;..cuJcl=> i.q. J^ja-JL* a falconer, q. v. 

^cl^ Pers. sJV) a crucible, Chimie 21. 14, 
24. 20. 



■fo^ 



CLJ* 



cf. col. 464. butter, Chimie 



16. 17. 



A 



CL3 



^jaa a village in the Hauran, C.B.M. 
711a, Doc. Mon. 217. 12, 

Aioci^ col. 465. Ar. Jjlst 5 . . Probably 
from Coptic. A kerchief worn by young 
girls, tied under the chin, to keep their oiled 
and perfumed hair from dust and to save their 
Khimar or head veil from contact, Dozy, 
Vetements Arabes. 

Wci^ col. 465. Correct k*o<x=> i. q. |u^cld 
col. 488 and U-a.:> col. 526 a block of stone. 
The ref. is to Philox. ed. Budge 10. 19, 
Jks^JojJ |^)^o JjIa-X jutdCLd mighty blocks and 
great stones, 

ofc^CL^ Arab. ^^ a Baclrian camel, 
Kal-w-Dim. 335. 5>~339- I2 > 

^cij fcocua Pers. i^\j o^ the For time 
Book, Jab. 234. 2. 



Do^> col. 466. &o\^(V) spout, tOiw? Ju.^ 
"ci2> c*^ Chimie 39. 16. PI. ^^nr> for ^*^qj* 

ib. 52 ult. 

J|ao col. 466. seriate. Correct the quotation 
from BHGr. 1. 19. 1, jfcw^> ks^ao/ VoJ> ^s> 
i^a^aa Jjjioo. Add: JJoa.^ i^ ^Lcu^ao 
JKi-oo* he was a member of a local senatorial 
family, S'ev. Ant. Vit. 11. 6. 

UaA^co col. 466. PL U^Scd bulbs, 
Med. 314. 11, 602. 15. 

toooXa^ fiu>\os, a clod, Ephr. Ref. i. 87, 43. 
Cf. JXck col. 468. 

JLcL^LcLs ( 1^.91. ria.fr o) so Budge corrects 
U&4m^o JLai&ii Gest. Alex. 89. 10 and n. 
a game. Fraenkel thinks it must come from 
#oArj a throw, Ar. Fremd W. 60. Perh. dice- 
box and dice or draught-board and draughts. 

joo^Aos and ^m^N^cia for ^a^A^aa^/ 
Hippolytiis, Or. Xt. ii. 193. 

uaooi v>>^o^> col. 468. ravenous hunger, 
Med. 5. 4, 280. 11. 

ycu^.fflck\ as> see yO^cocu^ pomegranate, 
Med. 61. 16. 

Ucu^cl=> m. pi. bnllael " boulettes," Chimie 
240 n. 3. BB. under ^o*jo?ci^o col. 1746. 

yQ.^. JlLIcla col. 469. intelligence, 
UIcoj a man of good sense, Jul. 16. 5, 
ou-a.^%^ ^a.ao? )I^,Vm? ib. 61. 4. For 



45 r^i^cxa 

dnoyvaxTi? despair, U^fo^f U*co Jl? Josephus 
vi. 2. 2 ; probably J)ugl2>. 

k-li-u£^-£ col. 469. Add: intelligently 
(exhortation to read a canonical letter), 
Isoyabh ed. Duval 121. 13. 

)I V 1 i ^ l^jio col. 469. with II dulness, 
obtuseness, add : But. Sap. Eth. iv. 7 ; a 
disease of the soul, ib. 3. 

U<zz> fivvt], malt, explained as ~Lof ***&«» 
yeast from beer, Chimie 54. 10. Jja^> *1& 
Ar. ijj* Med. 606. 5. 

*flocu»Kj^ PoiacTos, wild ox, N. Hist. vii. 
4. 6, 6. 5. 

Juoojjco dim. of J^«jcl^ q. v. col. 471. 
little balls or pellets, Chimie 30. 4. 

»l*o«jci^ Bondekdar, an Egyptian lord, 
BHCh'r. Eccl. 771. 14. 

^0.3 Pers. t£i>, Ar. jl> BJtang, a) dried 
leaves of Cannabis Sativa. b) henbane, Med. 
5 6 3- 4: *^9^> 9-9°*? &6*a£, ib. 579. 2, 3. 

luiaoa^ pr. n.m. A.M.B. iii. 472. 

woo cu 9 o.a.i» co Bosphorius, Bishop of Colonia, 
Vit. Mon. 13. 3; Nbld. F. S. i. 471. 62. 

^M«(4jaocL3 j~+j in Yakut, later ^j> i. q. 
Bust cl-hariri, Nbld. ZDMG. xxix. 435, 
a village under the rule of Damascus, C.B.M. 
711a, Doc. Mon. 217. 35. 

Ul£a>ct!=> col. 472. a garden, ref. Jab. 
139 pen. 

J^.co i.q. Jkco, Bostra, Sev. Lett. 144. 4. 

).A.u«ed, JfcLa-.o=> adj. from U^cls of wicks. 

U^? Jl^l^ r? .5, ( 8 i c ) jj^03 )IHUS> 

M. Singar 31. 5/4 af. 

>^%cu^ a village and monastery in the 
Hauran, C.B.M. 7126 bis, 713 a, Doc. Mon. 
221. 18, 21, 23, 29. 

Jf»CL* col. 473. 3) Bostra, )u3*9o»t kuA. 

9.GLd> perhaps for *Vox>7, the era of Bostra which 
reckons from A. D. 106, C.B.M. 1072 b. Add : 
5) \&l '1°° Ba-Asan, a temple of Osiris in 
the Delta, Pallad. 57, 3 af., but Bedjan has 



)fi/ «£o*»r&> Busiris Tripolitana A.M.B. v 
76. 5. 



rtLaC^D 



46 



IcaiJtntias 



Uso& pcrliaps Ij^j in the neighbourhood of 
Antiocb C.E.M. 818 a. See Sachau Hist. 
Geogr. Syriens 15. 

^U£>cl=> col. 473. a trumpet', pi. «^i*.ocl=> 
correct *mi*iJQ^>, Gest. Alex. 134. 161. 13. 

JLacd pavKcikis, Spanish and French bocal, 
a wide-mouthed bottle, Chimie 261. note 2. 

JLbas m. pi. bucolic poets opp. ]?q^£^, 
Is. Ant. 296. 6. 

JL&a^ col. 474 fZtiicKov, an iron-headed club, 
Pers. v^y* add : El. Nis. 41. 27. 

JLacu^> Arab. JJL> a spr.mt, shoot, JLoos 
)o^(* Coupes ii. 130. 14. Nold. points thus 
after B.A. Cod. Goth 3475 ; see WZKM. xii. 
357- 

oi\i3aa Gr. rk povtcoXov agrees better with 
the variant ^q^jxis, A.M.B. v. 552. 14. 
It is the name of the place at Alexandria 
where St. Mark was martyred, and later 
St. Peter of Alexandria. \'iof U^j fcs^^ 
to x r i vo ^° (TKflov y u^l-lilw tichenesit now Qasr-es- 
Saiad in the district of Deschnet, province of 
Qeneh, Amelineau 430 f. 

*A.^oco fiovK€*\X(iT<)i', bucelhitum, soldier s 
bread, Jus. StyJ. 52. 20, 67. 14, 17, 73. 14. 

)>«\\pa^ var. jLo^cifts baculus, a rxl, 
Nest. Chrest. 96. 209. 

IlUajscls m. a skewer \ spit,*%2L o*£o? J+o 
\j^j±£>qls±2> oJIJL, Jab. 1 01. 7. 

jco col. 474. Add: to be uncultivated in 
mind, Jocllid t^ JL»oua >^j Jl the reader 
can avoid ignorant mistakes by the help of 
the rules of grammar, IHlGr. i. 2. 13. 
Ethpalpal tt&JLlf*. Duval (Gram. § 200) 
considers this verb a denominative from Jia^ 
to be stupe/led; Joot }»cl2>&od o*i:e David was 
amazed by the water fetched for him from the 
well at Bethlehem, 4 Mace. 10. 11, ^Hco^ 
) i¥» ~ ^J« besotted, Jos. Styl. 87. 7. 

^{jco Boreas, Boptas, the North wind, 
Med. 533. 4. See various spellings on 
col. 475. 

l^i 03 cols. 475 and 603 a tower, add refs. 
l^QAO Jfc3 J*oji, ^*> iA^ \^AJf y Anecd. 
Syr. ii. 380. 23, 24 ; ol£*o Um^ X ^Jk, 



o^*r%jL JL l^joVk"), Jab. 157. 12. Ji— f 
|L^«a^f Nold. ZDMG. xxix. 426 



monastery of the White Tower in the diocese 
of Arabia, C.B.M. 710 a, Doc. Mon. 214. 26; 
s3^f |^»co) )^.? ib. 218. 13, C.B.M. 711 6. 
Astron. a sign of the Zodiac, add refs. Med. 
465 ult., 483. 22 f. 

jjo^ Bulgaria, Brook's Cliron. 575. 1. 

Ji^fo^ Bulgars, ^20 s2>++JL( oOw*? D^ocd 
J^jo^, Brook's Chron. 575. 1. 

u^j/ ^.-^jo^ name of a Mongol queen, 
wife of Ulus Ogotai, Jab. 120, 1. 

jfclbtjftod col. 476. PL )L^?»co patches, 
rags, )oo» \ n\ *i ^o )U-£JLa, |L^fta-^v-2> oo» 

)Icu*^j** Jesus-Sabran 527. 16, Nold. in loc. 
WZKM. xi. 189. 

) mo_=> &€pr)8dpio$, veredarius, a courier, post- 
messenger, J»?»cl^ ^>~— »y»6o» ^JS. ^koo? ^Ad 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 247. 7; |j^ 00 — |»»\^ 
oi( o»loX at tluit very moment couriers brought 
him news, Gest. Alex. 157. 10; ♦-a^ — oj^JL 
Jt^A^p A.M.B. ii. 142. 12; Pers. Mart, 
nn. 196, sing. 197; M.Z, 55.9; »** |U^ 
Jf^ip jJL )fc^*i )j^».(o : c*^ci3*i> Jch^o© 
the royal gifts were a high-bred saddle horse 
[and a choice robe) with his groom, Jab. 145. 
12. Or should this be ftcprjdos, veredus, 
a post-horse as the following? **o* c*aD* *d 
J?otU> Ji-ofcoo?, Sev. Ant. Vit. 83 pen., R.O.C. 
v. 80. 3 and n. 1 in loc. Cf. a similar passage 
in Pleroph. 126. 4 where juxoooo is used. 
Jw^a^ )oot o*£>» he travelled post f Mich. Syr. 
251 6, 1, 2 ; oL/ )>to^ they travelled post, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 248. 4. 

ojoo same as Jfc^fo=>: satisfaction, i^-oa./ 
OfQ^N )fo» o^. ^aao? Sev. Lett. 134. 15. 

^fioc^oja^ Beyrout, Sev. Ant. Vit. 54. 8 ; 
^(^0^3, ib. 47. 2 ; j»a^oi3, ib. 89. 5 q.v. 
col. 606. 

jjjo^ pr. n. m. Burzad, a man of Be 
Nuhadra, M.Z. 1.99. 21. 

uOl^ pr. n. m. Burzui, Jab. 417. 

•<ha^d|>ol3 Butzmihr, Bishop of ^x»f fcw.3, 
ZDMG. xliii. 406. 10. 



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U>CLS Col. 476. £?!}•>., *^ 1)^. > L^. rm ^ 

matting, Op. Nest. 89. 2 ; i^UJl El. Nis. 
37- 5i. 

Juia-^jcLs Arab. JJjJ "burette" a cruet, 
flagon, esp. the flagon used for wine for the 
Eucharist, |la->cl^ %.^ «;j? : Jjf .' ppo 
IaU^o U>*<^ luiLcu .* fco/ w^a^p Ps. lvii, 
rea<i ^ over the flagon and you ivill derive 
bodily and spiritual help, ZDMG. xlii. 458. 16, 

s 

)]^,»ciD Arab, iii o discharge, quittance i. q. 
UU, Syr. Pom. Rcchtsb. 55. Tax, *%*s> 
)K*>as I^^Joom? he accepted the office of tax 
collector, Mich. Syr. 491. 11. af., 516. 4. 

Jud»cl2> see &9os> borax. 

|oso*ao col. 476. 7 af. Dele. It is Arab. 
JL*p a large cooking pot hollowed out of stone, 
Chiinie 41. 20 but )»«*&? facias an earthen 
pot, ib. 33. 19. 

Iiixofa^ Berenice 1 name of the woman with 
the issue of blood, Journ. As. 1906, 283. 4. 

jba-£o»a-^ Zend baiesma, a date spa the, 
a branch of pomegranate or of tamarisk. This 
was held in the hand in Mogian worship ; 
Mar Kardag F. 66. 1, 68. 8, 71. 2, 78. 4, 
Introd. 11 11. 16; Pers. Mart. 1111. 838, 1004. 
Cf. Ephemeris ii. 222, Lag. G. Abh. 159, Arm. 
Stud., Spiegel Eran. Alterthumer iii. 57. 1. 
ta&jttj>as »Qjo»f .JI^Jjcl^a, G. Ward a ap. 
Hippoc. ii. p. iv. 5 af., ^.cu^JX-J )l-*\.nr>»a-s 
Jab. 436. 

sofo^, |l09QJ> borax, not the modern borax 
but a mediaeval flux, Chimie passim : *a»ad 
L^oam? goldsmith' 8 flux, ib. 54. 21 and 11. 2 ; 
written jbfoo ib. 37. 4 &e. 

oajai denom. verb Pauel conj. from 0390^ 
to treat with borax, jLofo^oo iO;^ nitre for 
soldering, ib. 26 antep. 

p^A.o.2> (9 JfOA,) misprint for ^aoo prob. 
Cochin, K. 0. C. 191 2. 76. 4, 9 bis, and 
^*a,<» 77. 4 but i^jnas ib. 1. 5, ^ar> 1. 8. 

Jloi> col. 478. Add : pi. Ulco so correct 
for K>lco, Pallad. 703. 20; ^.ico all-night 
vigils, Anecd. Syr. ii. 47. 14. 1) passing the 
night, )io3 ftN^^^fsW Maranammeh came 
to a place where he could pass the night, 
Sassanidi 28. 11 ; a night's stay i.e. one stage 



of a journey, 0^*90)0 Jj«j Jla^ «*» Jlo, Mon. 
Syr. i. 22. 32 = Jac. Sar. Horn. iii. 193. 16. 

Jjjsfcoo )ias .^.fcw^t they settle and remain, 
they dwell on a rocky peak until they die, this 
is called keeping vigil, Poem on mountain 
ascetics, Ephr. ed. Ov. 120. 13 f. 

)k-*z> col. 479. 4) astron, a House, one of 
the twelve sections into which the sphere of 
heaven was, in thought, divided )hJ>* *qjo» 
^»;„£feo0 JLa,o^j*d o(. 5) eccles. a )^o 
seems to be as much as was repeated at one 
time whether long, a strophe, or short, a versicle. 
Lamy says a )^o is a strophe, not a verse, 
that with Ephrem a Jkwo may contain as many 
as fourteen verses though sometimes only two, 
Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. p. ix and note. A versicle, 
Jfc3 k*i^w ;.jab/ )•"«*» the congregation shall 
tliereupon say the versicles viz. at the conclusion 
of the Litany they repeat " Thy body which 
we have received," &c, Bar. Sal. in Lit. 94. 
13, 14 ; a subdivisimi of an anthem, Qdliam W. 
174. 10 ; 257. 2 ; \jcl±s> oof )K*s a verse of 
a canon, Brev. Ant. i. 54 a 13; Jfcw^i ils* 
jfcL*J> after each verse, ib. 59 a n, 12: 
pi. )HLJ> ib. 11. 17, 18, 60 a 1; )&J> 
J^L£? J Mi — Jl»V^i* several verses of the 
long anthem immediately preceding the Gloria 
verse, are so called, Maclean. 6) a case, 
cover, ^.om^3 ^o )ifcsJLo (^»k»VY».) Is. Ant. 
ii. 278 pen. 

Compounds with &»*£, f Jls-^ cols. 479 ff. 
add : — 

House of hyssop, JlSoJJ )^s oo*f oojlfcs^*, 
Josephus ap. Hebraica iii. 145. 

JJl^k-^ the Common Room of a monastery, 
Hist. Mon. i. lxv. 1. 

U>?? U^-/ kws^ a monastery in Arabia, 
C. B. M. 712a and 6, Doc. Mon. 2 20. 1 8, 2 2 1 . 5, 

222. 12. 

torn*/ Mo name of a monastery, C.B.M, 
706 b. 

);iL/ M*£ a latrine, Or. Xt. i. 86. 2 ; Zach. 
ed. Guidi 222 ult., 233 n. 



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U*co( ts-o a village in Beit Nuhadra, Chast. 
53- 18. 

Jjlm/ fc^^ col. 481. a storehouse, add: Hex. 
Ex. xvi. 23. 

Jj3^J^> the face, Med. 37. 22. 

U^W k-o Beit Afraye, a village in the 
neighbourhood of Henaita and Ma'altha, 
Chast. 28. 8/9. 

)Ujo1^s/ fc**^ Beit Aphthonia, a monastery 
at Qennesrin on the Euphrates, Journ. As. 
1905, 369; Doc. Mon. 200. 15; Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 207. 5. 

.oU>/ fcw^> col. 481. archives, Ephr. Ref. 
ii. 51. 29; »Q-o>( 1^*^ ib. 52. 5. 

\*.<is f]' ]^3 col. 481. the central part of 
Mesopotamia, Suristan, Syn. Or. 667 and 
passim; S. Maris 49. 1, 4, WZKM. xii. 361. 

[j$i k-j* Beit Arne, Chast. 70. 8. 

asfc^*s and yOdl^o village and monastery, 
Doc. Mon. 146. 8, 152. 21, o=>fc^*<\ ib. 162. 
1 6, 163. 20 and often. 

a^> fcwo col. 481. Add: Ar. L ^Jfcjb 
and ^Ub Beit Bayas, a district on the 
banks of the Great Zab, Pers. Mart. 227. f.; 
a bishopric suffragan to the See of Adiabene, 
Eransahr 23; Syn. Or. 33. 26, 619 and often, 
Hist. Mon. i. 106. 12, 145 ult., &c. 

UJ>c*J> k^ i. q. IJsqJb h~£ q. v. infra. 
M.Z. 63. 19, 143 n. 6. 

u^<p k^i mistake for **Ja^ k^i 1 M.Z. 
207. 6. 

•^.a 1^J> Beit Balan, a village to the East 
of Ctesiphon, Pers. Mart. 11. 744 = Jab. 
369. 3 af. 

**!£> 1^*^ Beit Bam, a village in Beit 
Nuhadra, Patr. Or. iii. i. 66. 7. 

Jof +& fc**^ name of a family of Amid, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 287. 8. 

' J i~> fc^Ji the followers of Bardesanes, 
Georg. Ar. 19. 21. 

•.*^o^fcs.*^> col. 482. i.rj. Kleutheropolis, in 
Palestine, Mich. Syr. Tom. i. Ease. ii. Transl. 
248, No. 33. 

Jfo^fcw^ name of a village? Doc. Mon. 
171. 24. 



)J^ k**a col. 482. 3) eccles. a recess in 
the North wall of the sanctuary, for the sacred 
vessels, Takhsa 5. 13, 145. 22. Hence the 
N. side of the sanctuary. 

000^ t*^ col. 482. Add: Arab. ,1^-Ij 
Beit Garmai, the region between the Lesser 
Zab and the Diala, East of the Tigris, Syn. 
Or. 668; ib. 19. 11 and often; Pers. Mart. 
253 &c. 

w«^fcs^£ Beit Gasai, M.Z. 207, 2. 
^ fl^iofl.i ]^*a^ buiKoviKov, the sacristy, 
Pleroph. 12. 9. i.q. the following. 

«cl£lI? fc*^ the serving-place, the vestry to 
the S. of the Sanctuary, Takhsa 109. 20; 
Hist B.V.M. 179. 8. 

Jl^kf ls^3 Beit Daltha, a village near Gaza, 
Pet. Ib. 102. 4. 

^£of k*^ Ar. { j^j\^ Beit Dasen, a village in 
Hakkiari, West of the Great Zab and South 
of Amadia, Pers. Mart. 202 ff. a bishopric 
suffragan to Adiabene, Eransahr 23 f., Syn. 
Or. 668; 33. 26, no. 17 '&c, M.Z. 63. 
18. 

J^j>* fc^*r> and U'i+1 Ar. W^b Beit Daraye 
now Bedreh or Bedrai, 150 kilometers East of 
Baghdad, Syn. Or. 668; ib. 37. 6, 43. 21 and 
often. U>f k— => y Pers. Mart. 67, 69 n., 
ZDMG. xliii. 397. 7, 402. 16; U++1 fc^> 
ib. 403. 1. So correct J^a>as? 1*1^ U»! kw^>, 
A.M.B. ii. 637. 

oi^jo k-*j£ col. 484. Add : Waziq, Beit 
Waziq, or Baivaziq is situated on the West 
side of the Lesser Zab, a bowshot above its 
confluence with the Tigris, Yakut and Pers. 



Mart. 189. Wrongly identified with ^. 



9 ? * * 

X>1 Na^ 



Thes. Syr. 1. cit. and BHChr. Eccl. ii. 123 ; 
the latter place is four parasangs to the South, 
Pers. Mart. 190, S. Maris 31 Syr. ult. 
and note. 

w*a,o k-o probably Belasa = Tel Bes W. 
of Dara, Jo. Eph. 404 ult., Sassanidi 13 ult, 

k^j k^o place-name, Doc. Mon. 163. 26, 
171. 1, 182. 4. 

Jl^J k^^> Beit Zaite in the district of Birta 
in Marga, Chast. 10. 14. 



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Jjlj kw*a a village in Mesopotamia, A.M.B. 
i. 442. 

Urca^* J^j> the South side of the sanctuary, 
Maclean. 

J^jicu* k*-^ place-name, Doc. Mon. 165. 6, 
1 71. 22. 

JJojLi fc^o col. 485. so correct for ]^z> 
JJoJui add ref. Jul. 38. 3. 

JJjLL l^> Beit Hazzoye, M.Z. 30. 58. 
Mingana thinks this may be a mistake for 
Moot fcw^>. 

JLi l^2> col. 485. Ar. SUU Beit Hale, 
a monastery near Mosul, Hist. Mon. ii. 102 
n. 7, but see Pers. Mart. 71. Chast. 43. 5, 
61. 16, Doc. Mon. 214. 

iA*jl» fc**2> a village in Adiabene, M.Z. 
179 ult. 

judf'ct^ k*^ Turkestan, Or. Xt. i. 308 pen. 
(letter of Tim. i.). 

Juu^ fc^sf prob. surname, of the family of 
Tatian; cf. U-^J below, Pleroph. 18. 7. 

l*£^ k-^ a village five miles North of 
Jerusalem, Pet. lb. 98. 3. 

♦*?as 1^*^ or f^tco earlier form of the 
place-name J«-?ao k**^ col. 487 : Ar. bJli-ls, 
four days journey SE. of Mosul, Pers. Mart. 
178; Jesus-Sabran 578. 21, Nbld. in loc. 
WZKM. xi. 188. 

JJLoocld k^i, Ar. 1>L-Sb , ro t6)v Koa-o-mW? Beit 
Kussaye, below Baghdad, Pers. Mart. n. 824, 
i. q. JUfiDGS? jit/ ib. 11. 608 = A.M.B. ii. 
637. 12; Nold. ZDMG. xxviii. 101 ; Jab. 

J^^aio l^i col. 487, a conventicle , ref. 
Jul. 5. 18. 

ju^oci^^. J^**^ XarofjLta, a quarry, Ephr. Ref. 
i. 94. 40. 

^&^ k^> and £.&^:*, Ar. \S!L> Yakut. Beit 
Bapkat, capital of Khuzistan and Metropolitan 
See. Later called Gunde Sapur; now the 
ruins of Sahabad between Susa and Suster, 
Tabnri 41. note ; Syn. Or. 668 ; 33 bis, 34. 3 ; 
616-618 and passim. 

*^.a© K^s name of a village, Chast. 22. 8. 

271C 



Jul^-i fc**5 the East side of the Sanctuary, 
Maclean. 

Ju«j» k**r> Pers. xLo ^lah = Mada, MaSawji^, 
Media, i. q, *#^i : a province and bishopric 
stretching from the pass of Holwan to the 
neighbourhood of Hamadan, Eransahr 18, 
Pers. Mart. 107 ; Syn. Or. 669. Ib. 34. 20, 
37- 3> 53- IT * 2I 4- 9 and often. ZDMG. xliii. 
397. n ft 1 ., 401. 3, 403. 1, 406. 15, M.Z 206. 
18; Jab. 517. 9, 14. 

ijjsopo l^o Beit Mahqart, a bishopric in 
the province of Adiabene. Its extent answers 
to the territory of the Kurdish tribe ^U .*AU in 
Azerbaijan, Eransahr 23, f., Syn. Or. 669; 
ib. 33. 27; ZDMG. xliii. 394 11. 5. 

t*o*Jtf> J^*s the House of Mihran, one of 
seven noble Persian families, of Arsacid blood, 
Tabari 139 n. 3, 439 and n., ^0*0^ ^so 
yjc*2£> l^o>>, Jab. 350. 10; cf. 367 pen. and 
see names in fc*oa, Suppl. 

k*ojo*jao ^o Pers. Mihra-Kfui-Katak = 
House of the Mihrs, Eransahr 20 ; fes_*_^ 
jlc9<H-O0 ib. a bishopric united with that of 
Ispahan, ib. 30, ZDMG. xliii. 399. 2 ; Syn. 
Or. 669 ; ib. 62. 7. Written )^si3©»jso 1^3 
ib. 1. 26, 67. n ; ZDMG. xliii. 399. n., 400. 1, 
401.5. I. q. t ^ t .A-^>o*-o© ib. 404. 6. Cf. 
below. 

JLcoo l^xi col. 488. Mill House, a village 
near the Tigris, Hist. Mon. i. 238. 11; 
A.M.B. 1. 455. 

JunftOoJiP ks.*3 Moxoene, now the district of 
Moks, South of Lake Van, a bishopric Suffragan 
to Nii^ibis, Syn. Or. 669; ib. 32. 22 &c. ; 
ZDMG. xliii. 394. 2/3, 396. 14. 

♦^lo^ fovoo i^-o Beit-Mihr- Bozed, prob. in 
Khuzistan, Syn. Or. 669; 79. 16 and so 
Cliabot corrects cl_*Jcl_d »ot-**>a V^~^ ib. 
77. n. 

Jlcua^jso 1^a=> col. 489. the Imperial Court, 
Sev. Ant. Yit, 106. 9; Pleroph. 11. 12. 

fo*©» ~;jso k**r> name of a village, Doc. 
Mon. 163. 28. 

|uij^i fc^Ji col. 490. Add: the resting- 
place = grave, Nold. in Pognon's Inscript. 
Sem. No. 48. ZA. xxi. 156. 

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JMotoj fc^^ col. 490. Arab. I^jukb, l^Ju^jb , 
^Ji-4.jb Beit Nuhadra. This diocese reached 
from the Tigris to the Khabur, from Tur 
Abdin to Jebel Singara, Pers. Mart. 208, ft* ; 
Syn. Or. 669; ib. 300 n. 2, 617, 619, 621. 
Arbcla is the See of the Metropolitan of Beit 
Nuhndra, o£x-J j&CLa£&*&(e .^*^»(* J^coiaD 

ib. 33. 25 ; 62. 9. &c. ; BHChr. Eccl. ii. 69. 1, 

MZ. T43 t). 3 ; .|jfo»Qj ks^-> Or. Xt. i. 310. 5. 

im^j h^=> name of a convent, Chast. 42. 17- 

]i2>lsJ ]^^> Beit Nethjpete, a village in 
Adiabene, Chast. 26 pen., 27 ter. 

\x*J>u> UJ> Beit Severing BHChr. 557. 1 7 
i.fj. U^^^oo fc^A^ col. 491. 

m-t~*™ K*=> name of a village in the Hauran, 
Doc. Mon. 215. 13. 

)?c*ao fcw^ col. 49 r. J?ch«» k-*2>9 JlaiiW 
^..a^-j* prob. schools dedicated to the memory 

of holy martyrs, Chast. 26. 1, 6. 

JLoj-^d ks*^ aivl U-^ruiD fc^=> a bath-room. 
Stud. Sin. ix. 103. 7, 14; )la<*o&.ao k-j> id. 
BHCand. col. 2596. 

Ju<;*u» fc^ col. 491 ult. 2) the village 
Ba Sahra on the West side of the hill above 
Nineveh, Pers. Mart. n. 1 737- 

^ci.V jy fc^r* Beit Slok, capital of Beit 
Garmai : see ^i\tf> fc^^t [0^0 Suppl. 

wj*.x 1S-a,s col. 492. Ar. c^ ; xcl> Beit 
'Edrai, East of Alqosh, Syn. Or. 668, transl. 
300 n. 2, 531 n. 3 &c, ib. 6u 3, 63. 21; 
*,»^ K^>? Jic^, Chast. 48. 4 af., 49. 2. Add : 
Pers. Mait. 21, 208, 212. 

U^-£ 1^ col. 493. Heb. ttft IV3 Koh. 
xii. 5 ; Tg. Jon. to Is. xiv. 18 ; Levy NHW. ; 
Lidzbarski Handb. 235 f„ 342 a. Technical 
term for a tomb in Palmyrene inscriptions, 
Chabot ZDMG. Ix. 283, Adopted by Greek 
Christians as olkos moot/ior, C.I. A. iii. 35°9> f- 
(4th -5th cent.) ZA. xix, 133 n. 2, Flor. 
Vogiie 233. 

JI^jL fc^ col. 493. Ar. U£lo Beit 
'Arbdycy province and diocese, lying between 
Mosul, the Tigris, and the Khabur, Syn. Or. 
667 ; 66. 2 ; Nold. ZA. xxi. 153 ; Pers. Mart. 



23, 131 ; Hist. Mon. i. 63. 21 = ii. 115 11. 4- 
It included Tur AM in, ib. and Mar Bassus 
9 n., 108. Patr. Or. iii. i. 19. 3, U*i±1 )*tf 
ib. 20. 8 ; A. M. TJ. iii. 450. 

*a^& fcw^a name of a monastery, Doc. Mon. 
171. 19. 

. t> ^ ^ ; . » ^ a I^-a.3 tlte household of the 
Patriarch, ZDMG. xxxvi. 349. 

tCL*^*S fcJL^ name of a monastery, Doc. 
Mon. 165. 5. 

Ju. k-.** place-name, Doc. Mon. 172. 12. 

loaaJ^j fcw^ col. 495. 1, name of a monastery, 
Doc. Mon. 219. 20, 29. 

J£a* kJ> a building near the Palace, prob. 
the Mews, Jab. 255. 4 af. 

U,?clo k**£ col. 495. Add ; the North side 
of the Sanctuary, Maclean. 

Locub K-*~=> col. 495* a monastery in 
Adiabene, seven hours West of Arbela, on the 
Great Zab, Hist. Mon. i. 23. 6, 89. 15, 90, 6, 
381. 15, Chast. 36. 21, M.Z. 171* 2. 

t*A,ao ks^> Beit Qusi, a village near Hira, 
Sassanidi 9. 16. 

\^lo k**£ col. 495. name of a village near 
Ma'altha, S. Dan* 9 b, 18. 

\Zi&* fc~£ col. 495. i.q.^ii Katar, a dis- 
trict on the Arabian coast of the Persian Gulf, 
Hist, Mon. i. 86. 7, 95. 13, Chast. 64. 10, 
Syn. Or. 216, 18. 

)Lp fc^o perh. Beit Ifale near Mosul, Or, 
Xt. ii. 310. 4, 3x1 n. 7 ; a bpric, Syn. Or. 
608. 13. 

\i.o &**£ Beit Kasre, M.Z. 206. ult. 

(Jo?»i> kw^a Kurdistan, N arses 210 n. 
Cf. ojija col. 3731. 

J^oJ **£ col 496. Add : Uoi? I4«J k*£ 

Imrobponos, the circus, Sev. Ant. Vit, 58. 

7, 13. 

loa^o* fcs^ (f Iii* 1 ) near the (t ]*L/) 
Kashkar, Chast. 62. 2, 11. 

Un*rt k^a a province of Eai «#* or wit q.v,, 
in Upper Media, nearly corresponding with 
the ancient satrapy 'Payiavij, Syn. Or, 669 ; 
ib. 34, 



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J Kao c Pi//ai;w;, Rehimene in the South 
part of Armenia. As a bpric. it was suffragan 
to Nisibis, Syn. Or. 669 : ib. 33 &c; ZDMG. 
xliii. 394. 3. 

Uo*t V«»£ name of a monastery on the 
Tigris, M.Z. 209. 17, 22, 213. 20. Cf. fc**^ 
lu*'f near Haditha, Chast. 62. 21, 63. 2. 

^ao* ^ col. 496. Beit Ram/man i. q. 
Per 8. **} *%*1+J> Qardilabad which is Sena 
on the Tigris, Chast. 29. 7, Hist. Mon. i. 79. 
2 3, 292. 3 ; Pers. Mart, 189 f., 253, 257. 

\JL*£>9 %**& col. 497. i. Name of a village 
in the diocese of Aleppo, Sev. Lett. 69. 5. 

JfOMt &**A wpovaos, 6 €<ra> vdp@r}£, that part of 

the church where nocturns were sung, Hist. 
Mon. ii. 431 n. 

Ju^JdoL k^o perh. |u»~oL fc^o Tocharistan, 
Or. Xt. i. 308 ult. (letter of Tim. i.) and note 
p. 311. 

^jq-L U<o. ^aa-^A^? J^f Ar. L^-^uj or 

l.*^ o^ # a village in the district of Damascus, 
ZDMG. xxix. 428; C.B.M. 712 a, Doc. Mon. 
220. 7, 9. 

v^wjii fc~3 Beit 7'arlt, a village in Beit 
Nuhadra, Patr. Or. iii. i. 66. 6. 

Jc^ft fcs*a col. 498. the doorway, Takhsa 
145. 19, 20; the West side of the sanctuary, 
Maclean. 

)kok^a*,l ks^s the part of a church in front 
of the )oft«-> where service is held, Gr. o-wXca 
Du Cange, Hist. Mon. i. 312. 8 and ii. 551 



n. 2. 



«*&**£ denom. verb. col. 499. 4) to admit. 
Metaph. )w^_» o©*^ *o»ots,«,^ t y! if we 
admit a 'principle intermediary between the 
Good and the Evil, Manicheisme 95. 1. 

&**ibL».3 col. 499. Add: i-K-o &**i&**^ 

U^MJ^faAj^O yva>ptfia>TCpov kq\ oiKetortpov, Cat. 
Ar. Jac. Edes. 26. 4 and 6 af. 

Ufcl*.:* col. 499. of the household, ), '..'igNlT 
U&£ boarders, Stat. Schol. Nis. 9. 3. 

«ADoLcLd Boethius, BH. ap. Hebraica iii. 
251. 4 af. 

ouLcLd col. 500. Correct fioBwot, meteors, 
Lag, Symm, i. 93, G. Abh. 65. 28. 



Jii col. 501. Pass. part. JL^ N. B. con- 
struction ; ]L'^»9o )ll^* ©^ * Ju^^ churches 
and monasteries have been plundered by him, 
Syn, Or. 45. 12. %o ^j*d JL^o^o ^© u^f 
trodden tender foot and despoiled by all, 
A.M.B. ii. 576. 11. JjLjo. ))? <x.fc^L j«~ 
o?ie inviolate Trinity, S. Dan. 51 a 9. Pael 
JjJ> to plunder with violence, |oao )iz> ~£I», 
Chron. Min. 334. 1. 

J^i Baz, a district in Tiari, A.M.B. i. 417. 

Jioj'opf JjLa prob. a dialect form of LvjL^ 
a clffi; Talm. NP3 a parting of the waters ; 
name of a monastery in Kashkar, Sassanidi 
11. 14, Nold. in loc. Cf. Is. xviii. 2. 

JJCd in. pi. prob. for J^JLi : see preceding 
word ; cracks round the eyes, Med. 92. 2. 

JU Pers.jL) a htwk, Med. 589. 16. PL )h> 
Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 6. 16; «J^, ib. 31. 9 
pen., 32. 1, 2. 

yC^Jls Bazgun, a country adjoining the 
land of the Huns and the Gates of the Caspian, 
Anecil. Syr. iii. 337. 7. 

^pjla Arab. c«jj Daybreak, pr.n.f. A.M.B. 
ii. 588. 9. 

1-joJLj> name of a monastery, Brook's 
Chron. 578. 3 af. Cf. Ju©JU:> col. 517 and 
BHChr. Eccl. 329 pen. 

w*J^ col. 503. Jlcu*JL20D f. being mocked, 
set at naught, J f i^? ]La»JU^9, Alexis 67. 
1, 5- 

)ju*^^d col. 503. an invective. So two 
orations of Greg. Nazianzene on Julian are 
called, C.B.M. 429a; U~JL=k.«*> )*x>)c*> satires, 
col. 119 under Jucu* ♦**•/. 

MX-.X-3 col. 503 infra, a hawk, falcon. 
Add: pi. \£.£ A.M.B. vii. 130. \Jl+1<£> 
Gest. Alex. 14. 11, 15. 7. The Lexx. have 
both forms under )U% col. 1449. Dele the 
last line of par. ; Lagarde said later that his 
Sanskrit was wrong, G.A. 21. 45. 

^Jlo col. 504. Pa, ^JL> add: to bore, 
drill. Pass. part. JL^JLatap? jla^^o a cage for 
lions with many air-holes, BA. under )LV*u 

col. 2386. 



11 : 



r<l2^U3 



rdx.CUfc=3 



Lvjiz> an opening, passage; k»^4s* l-^J^ 
^-• N , *Oo?f inner "passages of the note which 
act as strainers, Med. 62. 11; a men has 
o>:*>cA=> Jo^ii )o»o£, Natur 26. 12; (j^J^i 
ILsa^d*,* an ant-hole, N. Hist. vii. 2. 3. 

jsJL^ col. 505. Pael pass, part, uajl.^^o 
separate; [u*\,?t \ \j2±, ^..f ^c++liK=>* ^-/ 
u>JL=oo JLo<h^J*o JicLA.ilt, Loof's Nest. 374. 23. 

(jDjli a pebble. Add: gloss to K*.'.~ #Wtf, 
gravel, ]LoJL^ c*, JUL in IVov. xx. 17; \J>\>~> 
h2>[oi a chip) of stone, Med. 101. 8, 107. 23. 
J-*l. \U>i£ warts, ib. 470. 1. 

^s>y?> Bezqin, a Jacobite monastery, Pers. 
Mart. 21, 182; Hist. Rabban Hormizd 54. 
8, 9; ^o|;> uJL2> Hormizd 1439, 1856. 

JUxIpjl^ Mi. pi. monks of Bezqi7t,, Hormizd 
'507. 

>Ji3, Jjjla Arab. .:.) seed, grain; jjo? )u^.jL 
Verses on grain, I D rotection 90. 17; J* of 
Jk^{ tjoo 1;^.*, ib. 91. 5. Esp. linseed, 
Ar. ^L-xJl ; *) ; c^J5* Jf *^ ^ii boil in 
linseed oil, Med. 577. it, ellipt. ib. 586. 14; 
jJL^? j^A.^Lr> o( j*JL=*=> ^kcl2^ shape it with 
linseed or sheep s oil, ib. 60 1. 7/8. .^jJI 
r ±\\, EL Nis. 76. 89. 

)*>.£ Arab. .l:o a dealer in linseed and, other 
grain, yOo«icio(? ^X»jo )s»JL=»o )-clu*o J^JL 
traders and innkeepers and corn-chandlers 
and the like, Dion. 95. 6, 100. 13. 80 correct 
for )u^o Uai**, ib. 234. 18. Nold. suggests 
J) jo, Arab, jl L) a draper, clothes-dealer in all 
these place*, WZKM. x. 166. 

)>ji^ i.q. J»i^ col. 505. a r^/, legal 
document, LiUJjJl dL*JI, El. Nis. 76. 89. 
]S~L^:> Jjot Jfjus J^^J^o / Tfcavc written this 
receipt in the year . . ., C.J3.M. 338 a. 

^.»*^ col. 505. &^)iia»«^v> add : ]ls.ooof j+( 
^L(u ts^Ut^ri-V) ;^1^. Jl;-**/ «# ^^ Aavg 
elsewhere more exactly discussed, An. Syr. 
115. 19 ; &s-»jaxw^.*a Jl without due consider ac- 
tion, Manicheisme, 120. 1. 

JuLL*-=kls-& aiptrns, chosen, )Js'iJL ^ljjz^±f 
& y Aj JJLLlifcott But. Sap. Eth. ii. 2. 

JL 7 cuL*J>kj£ f. investigation, examination, 
Nest. Herac. 182. 17 ; = (i-leo 1. 20 ; 235. 16. 



col. 506. Med. to bring on a crisis, 
induce tlie turning-point of a disease, Hippocv 
iv. 36. Ethpe. i-ilsi( to come to the crisis of 
an illness, Hippoc. i. 11. 19, ii. 23, iii. 27, 
iv. 29, 30, 59, 71. Pass. part. )U~z> he who 
has passed the crisis of a disease, Hippoc. i. 19, 
v. 20. Tried, tested, approved, \U+*£> j?©M», 
Sev. Ant. Hymns 191, Narses ed. Ming. ii. 
326. 12. Of monks. J'**-*^ opp. JoatJ the 
tested and the lapsed, Il.O.C. vii. 17, pen. and 
ult. Hence revered, [;;,m^ i^eo •tj^oojoo* 
M.Z. 177. 4, Barhad. 400. 13; )t^> \L( 
so the I'rodigal son addressed his elder 
brother, Ebcd J. Card. 46. 6 ; ; ?r> \ » 1&**1a, 
Uo* )»*»>:> wojold^i, Chron. Min. 67. 19. 
Title used as a proper name, o ckXcktos, the 
Elect, cognomen of Sergius, the teacher of 
Mohammed, Jiahira 189 n. 1, Jtjpkoo? uaa*^**» 

)^„»»CLfiDO j^Mtd f^O^D, lb. 202 3, 4 ; OSi^^iXO 

}i***J>, 1. 5, af., ;-^ch (wJb>) ^so )o« JiLots-a© 
)Lxjo J^-u*^, 203. 3 af. ; 211 ult. Nold. 
ZDMG. xii. 704. l^ael i*»j* col. 507. Trvpwa-o, 
Hex. Jes. 1. 25; nvpovv ^chqjJLx ;»*^:k> his 
eyes sparkled, Jo. Tell. ed. Kleyn 65. 9. 

Jj£i*a:> Med. crisis, add refs. Hippoc. i. 18, 
ii. 12, 13, iii. 8, iv. 51 and p. 7, 11. 3. Chem. 
test h. the melting pot, )ju*cl=^> Joon test it 
in the crucible, Chimie 98 ult., 99 ter. 
j^i^cof uoi *#o»* jtj»9? U^i rf 16 earthenware 
bowl i.e. the melting-pot, ib. 10 1. 12. 

j*cu*J> Med. bringing on a crisis, Hippoc. 
v. 20. Astron. pi. heliacal rising of Sirius 
by which other dates are defined, Georg. 
Arab. 26. 8. 

fcsK.(i*M^ with oik inexactly, inaccurately, 
BH. in Koh. 1. 1; with 11 improperly, Sev. 
Lett. 427. 1. 

JLo^umo f. trustworthiness, Sev. Lett. 13. 5; 
with ^ faultimss, ^otopof? Jio^*^s Jl, ib. 
262. 9. 

**L> col. 508. to stir. Add: ut.**i* *#fco©/ 
ju»doj if a strange step is heard, Is. Ant. ii. 
280. 1. Aph. *Ail^/ r imper. stir it well, Med. 
152. 2, 210. 1. 

U,oLi m, a poker, oven rake, G. Warda ap. 
Hippoc. I^t. ii, vi. 12 with gloss J>a.jL? Jfo^. 



Ji^o pi. )^i col. 508. a spark. Rel. |j^ol 
l*JL»fcsj* Jjojf )^> icL»^o Ju-^f & firefly 
which looks like a fiery spark, Kal-w-Dim. ed. 
Bick. 28. 13. 

Ji^o perh. i. q. l\> Battis, bp. of ycu*X, 
ZDMG. xliii. 394. 9, j^U, ib. 395- 7- 

Jfc^^a col. 509. eighth par. Delete : it 
is )k.»A.^a a wood-worm. 

*%j^> col. 509. Fut. ^4^J let (a bishop) 
be deposed, lit. let him desist, Cone. Sel. 33. 5. 
Past. part, w^ ^*^ I have leisure = I am 
attending to, Reckendorf, ZDMG. xlii. 400. 

fWy^ col. 512. paitse, inaction; stench 
from heaps of corpses U^^nX loot \s*£u 
brought the army to a standstill, Joscphus, 
vi. 1. 6. 

NjNy^ to no effect, N. Hist, v. 1. 1. 

Jl^a pr. n. m. perh. Ar. JJa.) hero, BHChr. 
Eccl. 841. 1. 

|l^&^, |V ? ^^ col. 513. the terebinth. 
PI. r -*i^ Nest. Chrest. 96. 205. JfcL^o? 
Jkoa^j turpentine, Med. 60. 14, 145. 15, 
146.^7; IL^^S? Jfc^of, ib. 563. 7; U'^ 
l^cx^.z>>, ib. 575. 16. L. 12 of par. terebinth 
nut or berry, JLlr> \^^> )*U\ ib. 399. 5 ; 
584. 25; ^&4^ h, (Jctx! U*$* whole 
berries which have begun to germinate, ib. 
586. 5. 

*»:*i^=> Batmin, a village, Pet. Ib. 96. 17. 
Raabe identifies it with Bothnin in the territory 
of Gad, trans, 92, 11. 4. 

^a col. 514. Add to Aph. ^^} y to breed, 



XZ3 



stallions, Op. Nest. 114. 4. 

U^*2» m. the embryo, foetus up to two months 
of gestation, fc^{kLfcJ. <*^>1^aj£ ^<x>- Jte?' 
U^i JJ/*Med. 276. 16. 

JfcLjoko^J* f. pregna?U r BHGr. i. 25. 5. 
PL Jfcwofco^ii ib. 35. 22. 

) I Vi* V-> 1^ y> f . conception, R . 0. C . 1 9 1 2 , 
86. 6. 

*fi&^£ the Baetis, a river in Spain, Natur 
46. 7. 

ko fiia, violence, Syn. ii. Eph. 23. 21, 28. 
M, 16 i.q. )^^D ib. 29. 4. 



53 o \li\» 

Lo pr. 11. m. Syn. ii. Eph. 56. 12. 
m)U Bayazid, name of an Emir, BHChr. 
Eccl. ii. 523. 

Uijl |^L*3 an aqueduct, pi. JLa^LS, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 207 bis, 209. 1. 

JLx^2> perh. (3lfi\o9, 2 )a Py rus ^ W-^^f I^*t5 
»m*J? ^ocusajaD Med. 577. 1. 

.a>X2i*3 fiifiXiov, a book, Brit. Mus. Or. 
3327- 35 r. 

MpAd Pers. »-*->, m. pi. panthers, Dion. 
194. 14. 

^a\^ Vi gilt us pope of Rome 537-555, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 385. 16, > m »X ^> ib. 1. 8. 

fQ+K^ and fcoo»n^ col. 517. Bedukht, the 
Assyrian goddess of love. Possibly fes X *^ 
'^00? the Virgin Belthi. Both names u^oot 
and )fes.Nr> are used separately for the planet 
Venus, Pers. Mart. 128 ff. So koo| kOx>^> 
B7A&? ^ Koprj, Cumont, Textes et Monuments, 
134, Lag. G. A. 16; Symm. 1. 94 f. yo«^2» 
among names of Greek deities, A.M.B. ii. 
656. 5. BB. says this is the Persian name, 
~E s ^ ^ the Chaldaean, and jibwW the 
Aramaean, col. 542. 6. Cf. Chimie 123. 

il*J> for o»-^ a grandson of Hulagu who 
reigned for a few months, Jab. 94 pen. 
»!Ui is the name of a Mongol Emir. 

o*1u?om^ Pers. *j bih (Zend vohu) good 
4- ^.o faith, religion, Jab. 524 ult. Cf. ois. 

>ci.^i^ovo> see »o->» op> above. 

)ujcu^ col. 517. Dele: it is Ujcuo. 

Jfa*j Med. 237. 7. 

]Jla^> (*#♦-»? J**?) name of a saint and 
monastery, C.B.M. 708 ft, Doc. Mon. 125. 8, 
127. 27, 128. 12, 173. 1. 

JJJjUi> Bizala, Ptol. Zi/3nXa, an island in the 
Red Sea, Jac. Edes. Hex. xx. 9. 

a»ojbo \\i(os, Bizus, bp. of Seleucia in 
Code-Syria, Nold. F. S. 1. 469. 25. 

jijLo for )£sflfto> a phial, Chimie 26. 4. 
Cf. BA. under )krn»-> col. 520. 

o^^d cf. )^^. fireflies, c^L^ 
^io JfcJ? fireflies by the river in summer 
(Mingana), Mod. 598. 6. 



Jl^*d perh. parakos, stuttering, dumb, Anecd. 
Syr. iii. 139. 14. 

*£oci*^a^2> so correct for $1*, Bilos, bp. 
of Harran, Nold. F. S. i. 470. 41. 

U\fr»-> (9 )♦-.?) Doc. Mon. 214. 23. 
^*a col. 518 end of par. Bel, chem. tin, 
Chimie xv. 125; ^^ ^0/ )»*• ib. 99. 15, 

IOO. 15, 21, 102. 12. 

)»«^£*^ and UL*^^ col. ^18. Dele art. 
and see Jmo^> a courier. 

^,ftN»^ and ,a\^ i. q. ^.&X k^^> q. v. 

S. Maris 83 and note ; Sassanidi 9. 6. 

kfrftX»a a native of Beit Laphat, Syn. Or. 
73- *7- 

mAo velarium, veil or curtain of the 
sanctuary, A.M.B. v. 577 pen, 

t^ft »;> col. 519. 4. Rit. add: E-Syr. 1) 
usually the raised space between the sanctuary 
doors and the dwarf wall in the nave parallel 
to them ; u-J*J (rubric) prayer or praise said 
from this raised platform, Brev. Chald. i. 
74. 4 af., 325. ult. 2) rarely the sanctuary. 
Maclean. 

\1*$ col. 519. Tamarisk. Add : «^o/ l±+* 
.)fc**s© JI J>la ^s{? |jm ^i»r ,o» .«otofc^*l? 
\~lee .chW^ ^SU 11/ i.e. Artemisia; worm- 
wood or southernwood and some say it is 
^~~J» which means the same, G. Busame' 
57 6 13 ff. 

%flpMX*» 1 » r> filvdiK€f, vindices, solicitors, 
0. B. M. 560 a. 

"^-I ^ J^ca Bainiel, father of Yahballaha, 
Jab. 10. 

j^Jud col. 520, dele the word minuti. 
A kind of carp, Streck, ZDMG. Ixi. 635 f., 
Finch N. No. 3, J&\ El Nis. 43. 84. 

Iai*j* and Jjaxa col, 520. Perh. iriva£, 
a board, plank, i. e. the boards of a cage for 
wild beasts, into which the bars are fastened, 
= )£f, BB. under JL'^SJ col. 2386; also 
under J^l^col. 104; under life**/ col. 315. 

lm*s> a frequent mistake for \** ^ a bag, 
purse. So correct Chimie 25. ult., 26. 1, 13; 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 282, 15; Sew Ant. Vit. 
283. 8. 



54 1*3 

J^ flft^ c °l- 520. @r}(T<ra, a narrow-necked 
vessel; late Greek fi^cra, Prjvva, £/<r<ra, ftiaatop, 
Du Cange 196. f . ; Fraenk. ap. ZA. ix. 3; 
Can. Jac. Edes. 117. 

Ufrri a ^ m. pi. boats, barges. Jab. 224 med. 

»Qft m »r> a litter borne by horses or mules, 
Jab. 270 ult. and n., 272. 1. 

^*-^> Arab. ajU to proclaim Caliph. 
moio^o, Dion. 9. 6 ; jaVao oth^j*^ 1. 8 ; 
laX.'so ^*^o ch^, ib. 71. 5. 

]&^*^ col. 520. JJJfcOKj (looaW) oval, 
But. Sap. Philos. 6. 8 ; Jfc^Jk.^*? JI^Slo^ 
the arched crown of the head, Caus. Caus. 
30. 20. 

yO;^o name of a place in Lycia, A.M.B. 
iv. 292. 

)i^a col. 522. antep. of par. a palace, 
castle. Abs. pi. y^, Ahikar 33. 3, 37. 9. 

Wi-*~> Birta, 2) a district (^ofc^oj) of 
Marga, Hist. Mon. i. 167. 10, 194. 7, 359. ult. ; 
a village and monastery, ib. 160. 13, )Lt*d 
Ji^ifi, ib. 395. 15, Chast. 10. 12, Pers. Mart. 
222-227. 

wCLA^p col. 522. Various forms of the 
name are : wOao, woao, ^qao, wotouud, 
wJL^d, ^d-a^c*^, Arab. (j^JL.* ), Pesoes, 
Pesaeus ; Bhishu, A.M.B. iii. 572. ff, ZA. 
xv. 1 04. 4, 16. The village named after him, 
Mar Bhishu, is two days journey W. of Urmi 
and one day from Gawar, Pers. Mart. 229. 

*floo*k^ with gloss. Uoooti : ? : «, Nars. 
ed. Ming. 360 n. 2, one of the three (Gnostic) 

yOdV*J> see under b*a. 

J^ col. 523. ]!*&* mournful, Uoo^ Mo*,, 
BHGr. 464. aaf. 

1 1 1 « n ^ gasping for breath, having the 
respiration broken as if by sobs, Hippoc. 
vi. 52. 

ycuLfip $hx LOV ) Colt's foot, Med. 241. 3. 

♦a^ col. 525. Pa. *A2> to be the first, add : 
etlT&k ^ai co» he was his first disciple, Hist. 
Mon. i, 24. 14; Qdham W. 238. 11, Ethpa. 
«JoL< to be the first; U+~++1 U*> eottW 
UooiS* )*t^ iiiilfj Jab. 463 pen. 



f<r^a=3 



yA=, 



Jioco 1. 21 of par. Bit. E-Syr. the Euchar- 
itttic bread or viafer, half an inch thick and two 
inches in diameter; round, leavened cakes 
stamped with crosses ; )£!? ]^^o J Is cu», Takhsa 

5- 12, 23 bis, Jjsck? )LaLso, ib. 166. to, 
167 ter; sing, ib* 119. 9; iiaa^Joo Jiaco 
«n entire loaf, ib. 168. 12. 

ila and y>\s» col. 527. Add : to waste away, 
)i^W is-o ^uV>, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 515, 
5 2 7 J <o 5« worn, tvasted yOfes»>o» juiL* ^^o, 
ib - 383. 

ILi col. 529. heart, y s ia*%£. J^L ks-»( thou 
art concerned about, A.M.B. v. 111. 1 var. 
in text, yzSs> ^L h^[. *X v y^V^ vf 
if you are tvell-inclined to we, ib. 117, 7 ; 
otA&j* Jli BH. Cann. 25. 4. 

«J1U> i.q. t)u\i col. 324 for Belial, BHGr. 
i. 25. 16; id. in 2 Cor. vi. 15; «*o»cu^*> 
i*)U* opp. Jo^i? wo»<i^j», Diosc. ed. Nau 
52. 9; tJJJLs Georg. Ar. Carm. 30. 738. 

«^> col. 530. Add ; Ar. jJL> and JaJLi 
Balad, now E^ki-Mosul 40 miles north of 
Mosul, Syn. Or. 667 ; 619, 621 ; 62 bis, Pers. 
Mart. 97. 217; Patr. Or. iii. i. 19. 4; Chast. 
26. 4 ; Dion. 146. 17. 

J»^J» 1) perh. Arab. c/jJb an indigenous 
plant; see Dozy 109 and Ar. Pfln N. 281, n. ; 
Med. 468. 3. 2) prob. corrupt. Brooks, 
la* iff I^S long planks (1) to make an engine 
of war, Chron, Min. 73. 28, 

>o«^x=> Ar. j 3L> i.q.j^Xi. I.q. >ofcO^> 
col. 541 and Ar. Pfln N. 72. Semecarpus 
nnacordium, Med* 239. 12, 306. 12, 19, 
*?d^a 1. 13. 

*o£w^ col. 531. to astound, terrify. With 
ace. o»« o > \> , %J** the doorkeeper came in 
with terrifying news, Jul. 13. 9, To hasten, 
urge forward, »M&m\ )^JLi| UUdla 
Jovinian was commanded to bring up his forces 
speedily, Jul, 162, 3, 166. 26. 

\^»»^ /SaXcworiov, wild pomegranate 
blossom, Med. 159. 9, 162. x, 211. i, 4, 
21 2 ter; ycuftm\-fc Egyptian pomegranate, 
^himie 7. 9, 



(J^NS, JLjo/vS col. 531. the acorn or 
chestnut ? N. Hist. vii. 4. 4, passage quoted 
below under l4^>* Y^tf £<£*£, J-j.ll i^-b 
teucrium chamaedrys, Med. 372. 1, 602. 9. 
ja \re ^9^=>, Pers. i>jJb *L* the chestnut tree, 
Med. 578. 17, 602. 10. 

I^cl^ col. 532. amphora, juui^o? )^^=> 
Hist. Mon. i* 353. 17, an acorn-shaped vessel 
probably a mistake for J^^^o Ka\a6os. 

&^ co1 - 533- Ad d: 3) t0 spring up, 
£-^=>o o^£ ^^j \JL+£iQ*) o^=>JcL*, Hormizd, 
1922; cf. ^9. Ethpe. ^airid. **\U 
^&>U oJ^»o **>*£* ch-^ ^£, ib. 1903. 
Pa. <^££ Hoffm. suggests that this may be 
a denominative from J^cl^=>, ftaXavovv, Qvpa 
/3<iX<u/a>r<fc, vereicheln, to sport your oak, tr. to 
bolt, ZA. ii. 57; ^JS. o^L ooo» ^N-^vs 
©>fco©? they forced the bolt home, Vit. Monoph, 
89. 23. Aph. ^\2>}\ Pass. part, ^£200 
tvorm-eaten, \^k*\x> V [en » o £uXa <«n/7TTa, 
Hex. Ex. xxv. 5. 10; A.M.B. v. 605. 16. 
To spring up, give rise to, aj.lksf r J£sci*, 
Hormizd, 1890. L. 6 of par. to have proti % ud- 
ing eyes, ))\2.) wcioJLs ooot ^«ft N^v> the 
little devils* eyes started out of their heads, 
S. Dan. 6 1 rt. 18. 

|^\a m. a beam, timber, mJ*6?? ^W -n 
the wood of my s^year, Gest. Alex. 42, 5; 
Uew3f )^^^? ^N,r> three-cornered balks of 
timber, Anecd. Syr. iii. 257. 4. 

Ji^a^j> correct j^q^\a xaprovbaptos, 
chartularius, Keeper of the archives, Anecd. 
Syr. iii. 233. 5. 

y^> i.q. ^j* cob 535 and ^L> col. 532. 
the city Balkh, Kal-w-Dim. 161 ter, 162. 9. 

}o Y;\:> Ar. JLj Med. 602. 12, but perh. 
j;Jub. Terminalia bellerica, ib. 138, 6, 306. 
11 ult., 361 pen., 376. 5. 

of|W^£> name of a village, C.B.M, 221 a. 

Jia^i 1) a man of Balkh, Kal-w-Dim. 
162. 2. 2) PI. \l£k$T\ mentioned between 
Scythians and Serbs, Wellhausen suggests 
BaX^o/, Wallachians, Caus. Caus. 96, 17, 

jfiik Ethp, y£&zll col. 536. to be silenced, 
confuted, Yui^^mj yoad^akJ, BH. in Rom, 
ix. 5 ; Georg, Ar. 31. 11. 



rd»\rj 



56 



:nV: 



p£nl=> 



l^S,^ a muzzle. Metaph. add : JowL*? 
j&JjskJLaoo jbftSr* that it might muzzle and 
silence opponents, Hist. Mon. i. 56. 15 ; Jab. 
471. 12. Cf. fL*jJ1j ij.J\ I 4X-> ^5 V^Lo 
BA. under j«^wo col. 3625. 

yg i , N a\-> col. 536. BXefifivts, Blemmyes, an 
Ethiopian tribe ; add : cuai^>, Jos. Styl. 
17. 5 and n. to transl, WZKM. ix. 97; 
artyiX-*, Anecd. Syr. iii. 330. 3. 

IcmaN^ mentioned as the birthplace of 
Hosea, Nest. Chrest. 96. 20 t. 

l££J> PeXovrj, a dart, )L^J*f \£Ls> a swift 
dart, BHGr. i. 14. 22. Cf. "Voo above. 

K^ m , \ a col. 537. a white donkey, the 
angel was seen by the l^mS^ (N. B. points), 
not by Balaam, G. Busame 14. 12; ^J^ co> 
l^ai N a Jl-j^. Warda 147 r. 

ycu^»ft\\=> see ^ T ft y 

>flo y . fc .. mN.:> m. pi. balistarii, those who 
discharge the ballista, Chron. Min. 72. 27; 
ZDMG. xxix. 92. 13, 97. n. 

^^a col. 537 to receive blows, take a beating. 
L. 4 af. add: c.c. ^ ace. J? f -^ c\.^Xa, Jac. Sar. 
Horn. iii. 795. 8. Part. >^ii beaten, — )}.a&4& 
+j[ ^0 \>^J>9 oop?, Natur 18. 10. To the 
note on Rel. Jur. 31. 2 add: not Scholia 
from Du Cange but glosses from a Munich 
MS. For \ov8€fnri(rT^s the Syr. read a word 
which contained va\os and irivtiv, Lag. Symm. 
95. Part. ^A^ beaten, »«\,>N-» /xc/iao-Tty witch, 
Hex. Ex. v. 16. Metaph. absorbed in, entirely 
devoted to, Jlo?o*ao ^^ ^1*^0^^, Warda 
ed. A. Deutsch 18. 17. Ethpa. s*^J>lf 
astron. to be obscured, occulted, v^N^ j^i ./ 
U^ia 00, Brit. Mus. Or. 2084. 3 v, ]><hi» J 
\*a2±±* of^^a^ ^!^Sho. ib. 6 v, 28 v and 
often. 

s^A^i 1) stricken, op 000 ^\,S oo» that 
lunatic, Sev. Lett. 240. 16. 2) swallowed up, 
absorbed in, )Iqa..\w"> ^*2^i Jl not given over 
to gluttony, Kal-w-Dim. 47. 4, ^,.^^i>, ib. 
306. 9; ^»>w.S, Bar Ali ed. Hoffm. 2464 
quoted by Wright. 

|>\^-> col. 538. swallowing, \&Ls>\ JL;L©1, 
Med. 270. 8. 



Ik-X SL-> col. 539. 6. swallowing, add : 
o»fcoO&*-> ^&.^\ ^*X?l£*20 JU large fish 
cannot be enticed into the gorge of a whale, 
Natur 55. ult, pen. 

*^L> col. 540. to shoot forth, sprout, t^> 
)]^>jj, BHGr. i. 1. 20, yoo^^u o-^i, ib. 
ii. 2. 3; Jkiori ^S> o-r^? IW-.J? V&+& 
buds which break out from the branches of 
a tree, Is. Nin. B. 132. 2. 3. Metaph. to 
flourish, „\-> ©*-£>? Jd-i>J, BH Journ. As. 
1898, 94. 691. Ethpa. J&£i( add: to grow, 
increase, )I^J>fcsj» — JfcOkl^, BHCarm. 25. 9. 

J-^ja col. 540. a young shoot or bud, +jL 
jj-*oo»? J T ^-=> *+{ fcAjAmj till it turns as red 
as a pomegranate shoot, Chimie 100. 4. 

oa^£d col. 540. Ar. <jAj conj. v. to shine, 
flash. 1) to shine, u^co <a^.* U>~>} U**^ 
Jjojcu » n\S a corner where little light came, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 1 19. 18. 2) to come unawares, 
^» o » »ift ^aoo ^oooj^. »»n:wr> with years of 
famine great damage befel, Ephr. ed. Lamy 
iii. 427. Act. part, *o^ with^jL conscious 
of; ja,^ a \J-o$ [LL"3 ^o j£& *%£. V, 
BHCarm. 25. 5. Past. part. aAa enlightened, 
*a* S o> »cu»\a> \oi^Lr Ood alone knows, Dion. 
108. 4 ; with ^.v. conscious of, ib. 92. 2. 
Pa. >ft>v^ 1) to enlighten, inform, ^_i <A*\ £ 
v o*ch^w Loo» Jt^ro? o»f<iooL ^j£, BH. de 
Sap. 14. 6; [ 4^^ *l£L> Jo^ia^t that he 
may instruct the sick with wisdom, Warda 
126 r: k^lKJLao JjL~ p_£f > ^ - 
^i a^^ oo our mutual love urges us on and 
illuminates ns, Jul. 105. 5. Ethpn. j^L^ 
to desire, be eager for, Ephr. Kef. ii. 57. 25 ; 
]o« A^fco2> )l*$ ^o.o^{t UIz*, Jac. Sar. 
Horn. iii. 212. 4, 225. 7. 

Mi^oo col. 541. dele occursus, Shining, 
splendour, JCJ? 1&L&>, A.M.B. ii. 102. 13. 

U « N> col. 541. Dele the article. 

M&^3 col. 541. lua^,^^ unexpectedly; from 
an accident, BHChr. 118. 19. 

MflN ^. )D , )^jn\^^o eager, no )^>* rr l 
Jul. 77. 6, 27. 

I Q Xa Ar. jfi>1, 'Lib piebald, speckled, 

U^i Uicix, Med. 559. 2; \j>\z u^:, 

Protection 23. 12, 88. 11. 



Q&LI1JL3 



\: 



57 



rf^CU.xfla:a&\J2>9 



*m*g.\j> pr. n. f. Balkis, Queen of Sheba, 
BH. in Luc. xi. 31. 

%»\-> co). 541. Dele absorptus est. To try, 
experience, endure. ^Vs-^tsjip here has the 
sense to be smitten, afflicted. 

<*\^ col. 541. 1) Baldsh, brother of Peroz 
and uncle to Kawad, Jos. Styl. 15. 14, 16. 3, 
Tabari 133, f., Pers. Mart. 46, &c. 2) Balis, 
a fortress on the Euphrates in the province of 
Aleppo, add : Dion. 26. 19, 22, Jo. Tell. 48. 3. 

t ft ^ NT -* Belaifar, Add : BokoycaLcfiopa, 
a province ano^ Arsacid city near Hoi wan, 
Pers. Mart. 11. 592, Tabari 134, Phet. 42. 2, 
A.M.B. ii. 559. 3, 565. 9, Syn. Or. 37, 44 &c., 
ZDMG. xliii. 396. 17 ff. and often. 

U;9>*Xa Gentilic, of Belalfar, Syn. Or. 44. 
24, ZDMG. xliii. 396 ult. 

^ V ^ -£ and ^^,.\,A.r» col. 541. Pointed 
whs^i Gest. Alex. 27. 13, ^-»1^J> ib. 21. 3, 
26. 7; wkJ£^ Is. Ant. i. 210. 99. Bt)\6is } 
consort of Baal, title of Astarte, ZDMG. xxxi. 
727, of Astarte and other goddesses see 
j'^co/ col. 326. Eef. to this title on monu- 
ments, Euting, loc. cit. Other refs., Pers. 
Mart. 128 fF., A.M.B. vi. 38 pen.; ^iX 
wfe^X^ BH. in 2 Cor. xii. Chem. copper. 
Bilati (Venus) cuivre, Chimie Introd. xv., 
J»a*. fo*3( wot? «ouoo d^X=> — © Bilati (le 
cuivre rouge) c est-k-dire Venus, le cuivre blanc, 
ib. 6. 7, yO*9cL0 h*fc^j> *mo take Cyprian 
copper, ib. 16. 4; 102. 9; wts.\ -»> U>U& 
a copper vessel, ib. 51. 4 ; ^fp? Jfc*^> a flask 
of ointment, Hist. B.V.M. 35. 8. 

**&^d i. q. »*k,\.?>. For letter 71 suffixed 
to proper names see ZA. xi. 1 7 on Hoffmann's 
Aramaische Insehriften. 

^-s Bdn, one of the second Triad of 
Manichaean teaching, > -^ ]±& J**»c*j ofc»^n» 
U— U*o£x );i3 Jloj ^j*o J^f the Friend of 
Light created Great Ban and Great Ban created 
the Living Spirit, Coupes ii. 128. 1, 2, 129. 18, 
Cosmog. Manicheenne 20 n. 4 ; ^.i Bdn, 
architect and builder of a grave for darkness, 
Ephr. Ref. i. 3. 32, 39. 20, 94. 42. 

U» col. 542. Pa. k*±i> to rebuild, restore, 
oJioJuf JL^tJj uL JL*a ^ft^jl Jac. Sar. 
Horn. iii. 810. 13. 



J^-*-^ e °l- 543- a building. Add : flw 
precincts of a church, f« «^-^ .>^,\t jk-»*-»? 
Hf^? Bar Sud. 44. 13. 

\ u 1 -^ v> col. 543. . r^f '^ (sic) those who 
established traditions, BHGr. ii. 2. 4. 

*»o»i^ pr.n.m. Bindo'e, Sassanidi 8. 17. 

sB+ijs denom. verb Palel conj. from jlo+i^ : 
to shajw like a bullet, ]ud>±2l3d JlLdoI Chimie 
30- 3- 

l.o«x£ i. q. Ji5wct> q. v. col. 471. a ball or 
bullet, Chimie 24 pen., l£l±£ ^/"J^I*, ^X 
Med. 59. 18. 

uy> * \3d.i^ pojj.@v\uk, a gnat or other 
humming insect, Natur 42. ult. 

t^loxa i. q. ^JlSlls col. 545. a violet, 
^Loxsf J^-a^i oil of violets, Med. 58. 3, 5, 
67. 4 and often. Two kinds of this ointment 
are mentioned jla*3f and |^*i~ suave and 
sharp, ib. 90. 4. Cf. us^aaj^>. 

Jj?o»aj^> Dion. 69. 1 and )moo^o^ ib. 177. 
14 Beit Nuhadra: see )>fotcu fc^S supra. 

Jixi a glass bottle, with gloss s~U-:S .^ 
N. Hist. iii. 9. 

v^^mPiia Ar. s*^mJjl> adj. violet, U^cl^X 
v*jci^f{o v^aSuu> Hist. B.Y.M. 150. 4 af. 

J£l=> col. 545. the keeper of a bath, add: 
BHGram. i. 18. 24. Ref. A.M.B. vi. 91. 13. 

j^oL=> col. 545. With o^A.ft.I r> to bring 
himself into contempt, act despicably, Pallad. 
117. 14, o^oi-co id. ib. Ethpa. **mi>L/"fo 



be despised, add: Jk^Iio *oa 



_b^> ^£0-2> 



u 

y^o^of the commands of your lord have been 
treated with contempt, Jul. 19. 17. 

)u£ocl=> m. shame; Uado^ JJ? Ju^di a3 shame- 
less exposure, Warda, ed. Deutsch. 9. 17. 

jucuaft^ pi. )Jo^ar> ra. despisers, Dion. 21. 21. 

fc^JJlcftJi col. 546. without, due reverence- 
carelessly, negligently, add: Jul. 36. 12, 
Pleroph. 35. 8. 

)!.'<£**£ f. Add: ^oi jr<£^ JLL^oL 

familiarity breeds contempt, Is. Nin. Bedj. 
193. 14. 

)) ^i f ^ ^ F s ,v> f. contempt, Sev. Lett. 
154. 20. 

1 



r£fia=> 



Killflas 



k»^> pr.n.m. col. 546. Add: a presbyter, 
Nold. F. S. i. 473. 119; Abbat of Jl^L^ 
Doc. Mon. 223. 13, [ m ^ ^D9 );-*? ib. 
162. 10. 

U*m£ col. 547. a sum of 700 dirhems, 
ref. U«xa£ ©££ asoilo *n3 Jab. 426. pen. 
— Per s. Mart. 11. 841. 

[l+Jk* perhaps /tend, ]ls^f Jl^dai a house 
cat emits sparks when stroked )ii3?o )I>ai.r\r>, 
N. Hist. viii. 3. 3. 

t*Q_a&_^ place-name, a region near the 
Thebaid, ZA. xv. 105, A.M.B. iii. 586. it. 

ycnn-> name of a village of Beit Garmai, 
Chast. 53. 2. 

tfiocumja col. 547. pr.n.m. Bassus, Mar 
Bassus 59 and passim. 

}pL_^_oa-j> pr. n. m. Pers. ^Ja— — j Bistam, 
Sassanidi 8. 18. 

JLu^xcl^ Bastina = Blanche, mother of Mar 
Aba, Mar Bassus xii. Syr. 2. gloss ax*3fcoof 

,m.*. fc 1 *\ m \ fc.m -> bastrichanitis, perh. 



Byzantine, rasouchti aes ustum, Chimie 211 
n. 4, d0a*^i3o^m^> ib. 212. n. I. 

^j^Aft-N ficxTTepviov, a litter, Pet. Ib. 7. 18. 

jo»N»m"N see ^oo^. 

|^,v>*ftt"% Bassima, founder of a monastery 
in Qardu, Chast. 10. 14. l>cutn:> ~po? Jiaaa^., 
Journ. As. 1907, 163. 10. 

)u?>l>nn2» a town in Egypt, A.M.B. iii. 573. 

K*.\m^ tBaatkcia, kingdom, Hist. Mon. i. 
139. 16, ii. 287 n., Lexx. col. 547 ult. 

EoAnn^, tn»\»nri^ col. 548. f. 1) a portico, 

Alexis 18. 15. PI. ^diiAmd ~l*L two 
2>orche8 or colonnades, Jos. Styl. 25. 16. 2) a 
basilica, church, : ^V™^^ p^aoU/ o»;.^3 
l^«n-> ^av>i^ > \jx*( he was buried in the 
inner courtyard of the church where service is 
held in the summer, Chast. 35. 7. 3) the 
Royal anthem, the evening anthem on Sundays, 
Festivals, and Memorials is so-named, Maclean, 
Daily Offices 78, note; Takhsa 78. 14, 21, 
Qdham W. 123. 10, 14; 124. 14; Jk-*-JaJ^ 
Jl»cu? ]Lft«\fnr>», Brev. Chald. i. 10. 13, 



96. 8, 323 ult., JjLi^£a*> J!c£k», ib. 10. 9, 
54. i, 65. 5 af., 323. 5 af.; Q^4^i? U© 
^ii\ ^**fcsA )jL\itt->» Ufcua^ the curtain 
is dravm back wlien they arrive at the preface 
to the Royal anthem, ib. 325; Or. Xt. ii. 215. 

>ein ? Nffl^ ftaiTiXiKov, Royal ointment, Med. 
89. 10, 16 ; 252. 7. The hazel met, ib. 103. 3. 

ttcn?> col. 549. 3) to bui*n incense, cense, 
add metaph. |u^«_£ jlSl^oy Jb&-a o&LeaS, 
Patr. Or. iii. i. 34. 10. 

[x\ n> -> col. 550. )^Lik? jvim^ muscatel 
grapes, Med. 58. 8. 

K^a<Yfc£ col. 550 with ref. to B.O. iii. i. 
472 = Hist. Mon. i. 49. 12. Budge suggests 
the pointing )Jo&i&£ the man from Tell-Besme, 
ib. ii. 85 note and so Hoffmann Pers. Mart. 
US- 

jlai ^ftcftT^ f. fragrance, metaph. )lci*i y>m^ 
]^ool9, Hist. Mon. i. 235. 11. 

JLcctt-fl&JLaD f. gladness, s+^±) jiojsa-ax^j*), 
Kal-w-Dim. 336. 10. 

iJkz> col. 552. to despise, U>am^> col. 553. 
m. reproach, shame, ^L joo» U»GLttJ*, A.M.B. 
v. 434- 13- 

^3, JtficL^ m. 1) flesh. Col. 553. 5 and 7 af. 
PI. muscles or fleshy parts, o£&>* )lV<n.£ 
U*^»!o \i^y M"ed. 33°- *5> A.M.B. ii. 
595. 9. 2) pulp, pith add : )l&lj )UolS> oak 
galls, Med. 61. 16; JlLx *mj* asparagus, ib. 
602 ; J^soU? )ym^ date pulp, ib. 212. 20. 

tcim^ JfoJoo-i Ar. .y-l), piles, haemowhoids, 
ioxa^f )bU, Dion. 216. 3, 417. 6, llom-SiN 
J&3jLi>o ^»ootf \Zf^ k^oo/^ Med. 570. 17; 
600. 23. 

J£*m^ i. q. )!♦*».:> col. 555. in. an unripe 
grape, pi. )-;,»q\2> Med. 558. 2, 566. 8. 

)Jo;m£ dimin. of j£oo-£ m. a piece of flesh, 
C.B.M. 593 a, Kal-w-Dim. 308. 5. 

JLo*m£ a varia lectio for JL'aj£m^ f. in- 
carnation. lo;.rn.r>? i-l^-D w» o* ». \ jiaocil o 
JLochX/, Loofs Nefct. 369. 7. 

jj^mj^ col. 554. pertaining to the body, 
dropsy affecting the whole body is so called, 
Med. 339. 7. BA. spells this )JL!£ 
same col. 



iX'Axuiflora 



59 



r^An^j^ra 



JL'cuiaa^ col. 554. Add : 3) earthly life, 

)K-C»0©»» jLoA^OO ^> )LoJ^0Q.2>f Joe* jlml^p 

as for earthly descent, he was of Roman 
Imperial race, ZDMG. xlvi. 757. 19. 

loofcstfCaik col. 555. an earthenware or glass 
vessel , Chimie 41. 4. 

i&oo£ col. 555. Add : fc*ASO( oZJL »]£md 
©>l£afco fc*„o the breast-bone or the shoulder- 
blade^ But. Sap. Econ. in. 3 infra. 

loL* col. 556. JIgI^s col. 557. Bit. 
Rogations are of three kinds i. e. in three 
metres, that of Ephrem, of James of Sarug, 
and pentesyllabic, Brev. Ant. i. 57 a tit. and 
ter. JJixJ'j jlo^i a fast of three days held 
twenty days before the Great Fast, B. Nin. 
1 tit., 3 tit., 5 tit.; Brev. Ant. i. 38. 1, 5; 
Qdham W. 181 tit.; ellipt, ib. 182. 6 ; Takhsa 
156 infra, 157. 6. East Syrians also have 
X-Ij ~i^i* Jl'ciJ^i Monday, Tuesday, and 
Wednesday of the week before Christmas 
Week — this fast is almost obsolete — and the 
Jk^kol^Sj JUc^i Monday,Tuesday, Wednesday, 
of the second week after Epiphany (observed 
locally by girls), Maclean. 

t^ljJ^atojp according to what is requisite, 
Syn. Or. 149. 20; G. Busame 42. 15; with 
^ But. Sap. Periherm. i. 2. 

\1 *Ur\ from Ar. ^-j*-} a sodomite, Lexx. 
col. 878. 1, 5. 

)ioOk?» f. sodomy, Lexx. under jaocuaoojo-*? 
col. 878. 

K&fr.\ cl2> m. pi. foam, Warda 246 r with 
gloss )J<Ljf «ck ^ JfclW* 5». 

Ifc^KQiL^ f. pi. col. 559. bubbles as on 
foiling broth, Med. 13. 14, 16, Brit. Mus. 
Or. 1593. 11 v. 

•J*o col. 559. t^lyV^yy afar, remotely, 
Sev. Lett. 153. 6. 

!»<* V,^ (*-^*) c °l* 559- -^dd ' l^bban 
Ba'uth, founder of a monastery in Beit 
Nuhadra, Chast. 54. 4, 17; Hist, Mon. i. 
2 37 ult. tci^i *£^*£o/ A.M.B. iii. 473. 

^-id col. 560. Pass. part. $^£>, l^-^* 
l&L^ X a trampled upon, scorned, )ti'iZ^j 
!^4^* But. Sap. Theol. 4- 7 >"f™- 



Jfc^ck col. 560. f. a kick; add : Jkl^ck 
bloivs with the fist, fisticuffs, Sev. Ant. Horn. 
15. 8. 

))^cv,vs» f. a kick, Syr. Rom. iiechtsb. 60. 

\^, JL>Ki col. 561. Add: |&£ ^^Si 
swordsmen, Protection 91. 12. 

) L\ . Vfr Baalite, ^.ia flsu prophets of 
Baal, Ephr. Ref. ii. 55. 5. 

jk \ V\v» name of a female demon, Charms 
83, 8af., JAOS. xv. 289. 12. 

>a ^ » VvS lf col. 562. denom. verb from 
)^a»\^N. to be an enemy, to oppose, \*\\2> 

John withstood many in India and they 
became his enemies, Isodnah, ZDMG.* xlvi. 
758. 12. 

t»-^,N v*>, )^»-ta.V>JX inimical, hostile, 
pi. f. JiocLi ^ jl^klaj lkjA?>,\ v-» ^ovL^a 
some animals are hostile and injurious as 
snakes, opp. jk«i^^*> v> friendly, N. Hist, 
vii. 1. 1. 

JLils col. 564. Dele forte. JL^S m. pi. i.q. 
JJci^i late fruits which do not fill out and 
ripen, By la rids 44, fcl. 4 a. 

Ik^kct^a col. 559 should be transferred 
hither. Add ref. )fc^La.££ )t»t unripe dates, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 177. 12. 

av>,^\v-> col. 564. i. q. .o,\a\^ col. 536 
and Suppl., Blemmyes, Pallad. 326. 12, f. 8. 

j£^£=> col. 564. Baaltan, a village in the 
district of Emesa, BHChr. Eccl. 319. 23, 
Jac. Edes. Chron. Can. 577. 14. 

;^k^ col. 565. Pa. +£J> end of par. to 
pillage, devastate with ^jL ; Ji^j tp^^N 
JLds* ^J*. yO;V-NQ, Dion. Ined. 469. antep., 
\JL£jusf Jli^» llsii Jo©» ; v-^np, M.Z. 12. 41. 
Ethpalal fl^zlf col. 566. Add : to return 
to a wild state as trees, Pleroph. 32. 11. 

)Jcu^J> col. 566. dung of animals, used for 
fuel, Chimie 38. 6, 42. 20; JbZ? J*c£*o goats 
droppings, ib. 24. 8. 

JL'fCL-^ f. nom. unitatis of Jfcu^o, BHGr. 
i. 22. 10 ; Uidfcoo Jl JUa^d this word has no 
plural, ib. 34. 7. 



A\-*r^iAni sn 



(50 



T=J 



^Ur^J^,2> bestially, ^?Jbo 1^-.|j1^^s 
Sassanidi 12. 22. 

**£±;J^k savage, add : ^Jaijoio ^^^ 
ignorant and like beasts of the field, S. Maris 
81. 5. 

JJLi>;j^> m.p]. fierce, Pallad. 727. 8. 

)Jt-V^.^3 col. 566. 1) a gleaner, add: But. 
Sap. Eth. iv. 2 infr. 2) a despoiler, *+( (JjoJL^) 



ooot ^- 
161. 8. 



i^J yOCHJl^Ls kJyV-yjio 1 



>ar 



Penk 



Baar or Baaru, a hot spring, 111 
Arabia, P. E. F. 1905, 224, Pet. lb. 85. 2. 

-i coll. 568 and 569. to grow thin, meagre, 
A*> Jj^jj, Ephr. ed. Lamy iv. 377. 2 ; a^»o -^ 
WZKM. xvii. 199. Pa. *£=» to refine, render 
clear, ^«pjoo |lAa.vi^ ^*nonc hot water 
makes the skin soft and clear, Hippoc. v. 20. 

)^> col. 568. Uo-^> an enquirer. Bono 
sensu, juo-^o |iv>r^.> \mj( men sensible and, 
vrilling to learn, S. Maris 79. 4. Fern. Jt^o-a 
tpevvrjTpia, Clem. Cor. X.*. 16. 

fla col. 569. 

|Uo_a f. coverlet, rug, BA. under j&A,a^, 
BB. under )fcsj5aA,a^co]. 693. 



i*Ia imperfect, U*X i*_3 fipaftuyXwaaos, 
Hex. Ex. iv. 10. 

1^*U--^ col. 572. less opp. Ji->K* Georg. 
Arab. 16. 6; in some measure, more or less, 
JosephiiH vi. 8. 13. 

JJ*-=>fco*> col. 573. with JJ ci/if lcjtos ; in- 
violate, unblemished V ujl^j? (J^oJI ^i? 
JtJjjiVji A.M.B. v.' 380. 6. 

JAQjf-d^OD f. decrease, diminution, Georg. 
Arab. 35 ult. and pen. 

o*f-a i. q. Jfj^ col. 573. Basra, modern 
me of Prat' d' Maisan, Syn. Or. 601. 9, 



name 



606 n. ? o»>-^ **o* **o»* ^aajo9 L»9 ib. 619. 

*a«» abbrev. for Jln^ to ^ to 7*0. See JLo. 

*oi> col. 573. to be gnawed, worm-eaten. 
Ref. **\->o u*^ so correct for *+os>, Ephr. ed. 
Lamy i. 37- A ph. &*( to waste away i*l&foj 
yaj<* Ui/ r Is. Ant. ii. 320 ult. 



\AL col. 573. a gnat, \JL=>) \i^xdL a 
cloudiness of the eyes resembling a swarm of 
gnats, Med. 75. 15, 78. 22. 

*a»fl*> rotten. Add : +a>( JjalA^ 1^*^ *J\* 
BH.de Sap. 37. 

\A^ col. 573. to examine into. Add: the 
duties of a Periodeutes are — ;.N-m-Vi \ 
Qi»k-vi N — ).n ***** ^ ZDMG. xxxvi. 349. 
Past. part. ^oo*Lcu.;30 ^w \ln£ we have full 
experience of their presumption, Jul. 44. 28. 
jL^oo Uai>, ZDMG. xxxii. 483. 5. 

UocLd col. 574. ordealby fire, S. Maris 61.6. 
End of par. With verbs : * JJLoco a \^o they 
tested: cf. ^L^chI ^lVi^»of? JJloas we are 
offering a test of our faith, A. M. B. v. 
102. 10. 

jLcuo^ Ined. Syr. 92. 21 correct {loixao 
Hovipos, lasting, tOotLcuaco? wo* I^qjujo ]oo»Lf 
in order that the closing of a wound may be 
lasting .... 

irCjl*fl£tO& COl. 574. U^jj>o)o? )lQ,»*0*>tO0 

\^m^j experimenting, testing scientifically with 
brass instruments, Georg. Arab. 18. 19; 
Jll^l^j* JicLUfokoo Jl v)ant of exact examina- 
tion, Bar. Sal. in Lit. 55 ult. 

J>»CL^aa pectorale, a pectoral, Anecd. Syr. 
ii. 268. 13. 

^Axd Chimie 52. 22. Corr. Jlcts q. v. 
Jla^Q^ Gest. Alex. 89. 10 and n. Corr. 
Jlci!S.ai> q. v. 

;jaa col. 575. Pa. to search, examine, add: 
BHChr. 177.7; J^l JJ do not worry, Ebed J. 
Card. roi. 1. Ethpa. ;,.cLai( to be searched, 
BHChr. 177. 5. 

J£jSc£^ enquiry, J^ooj> JJf without being 
called in question, Jac. Edes. ZDMG. xxxii. 
482. 12. 

kJJJ£.,ft.£ i. q. fcwj£jaJ» in shoals, Lieu 
^{o»> K*Uta^? N. Hist. vii. 4. 3. 

*_£, )U> col. 576. 17 of par. Adverb. 
^> ^-jo — cl^^j* for ;j^ ^ao — a^ ^so, 
Ephr. ed. Lamy iv. 279. 10, 1 1 ; U+o ^so i^X 
extraordinary, Natur 7. 4. L. 9 af. its 
f ^is^L )*-U? worth thirty dinars. Trs. to 



compounds with 
Suppl. 



l^J* col. 580 fT. and 



>V3 



61 



)u.cn *ia 



Pael. w^i denom. col. 576. infr. to be apart, 
keep away ; oli ^Ao» ^jso, Dion. 180. 22 ; 
^»a\.p cuj^ 0/ ooot ^*i&**»9 ow£, absent, aivay 
from home, ib. 136. 5. Part. wlsLao U^iao. 
Pi. f. Jl^***aj*D J^d*»L Demonstrations tres 
claires, Ant. Tagrit. ap. Nold. F. S. i. 483. 
Ethpa. wiii/*col. 577. to keep out of, be free 
from, tam<o Jk^» 1^^^ ^£ ^i Ji^fcoo. 
Is. Nin. B. 80. 2." 

k~Ui^ i.q. MJ££, Anecd. Syr. iv. 71. 1. 

fc~)J^> col. 578. med. Dele " malim semper 
V**U£Ji" and add: outiuardly, Is. Ant. ii. 
16. 13, Anecd. Syr. ii. 29. 9, N. Hist. iv. iii. ; 
k-Uii yOoC^ "^c&I^jm he gave them outward 
obedience, Jab. 6, 14. 

)icuni f. culture, Or. Xt. iii. 245. med. 

(u^aalf) &**»3 Ar. d.j j> the outer desert of 
Scete, C.B.M. 1080 a. 

]K«^ f. Ar. **\j-) indemnity, fine, Dion. 162. 



ooo» 



t~*t" 



ib. 



199- *3» X 5J 



2 4; J*w; 

I^ta *oo»^N.X )»*, he laid a furtlier con- 
tribution ujmi them, ib. 232. 9, 21, 233. 23. 
*i, 1*£ To compounds with these, add: — 
[j'jl IslS col. 580. the glands, ref. JiilSd^ 
Ij?( ksJsJ £//« mumps, Med. 66. 8, 234. 1 1 ; 
^*ioki? JklTo^ |J?r ksiii, ib. 163. 4. 10. 

]>?/ **a corr. ot?r*£ napfSpoL, assessors, Pet. 
Ib. 25. 2. 

?J©fO( ^3 Pers. *^J. a weasel, Kal-w-Dim. 
2 59- 17, 262. 2, 264. 8; flfo/ i^ ib. 313. 8. 

kjola( uoi> (Jmaiyads, Bar Penk. 146. 11 
1 -<1- CH^Li/' *Ju£ col. 58. 

l+j( J* add : aJ«^ denom. verb. ivavBpamriaai 
to become man, ^ju»^? Jot U^ooU, Loof's 
Nest. 370. 4 ; a»^9 oo»?o opp. a*j^Uf fcot 
11- 5 a «d 6 ; *J;Jh **j/ some one, BH. Stories 
59. 317- 

hoxBoL^£o( JiS elemental forces, Joo^ldS 

B ut. Sap. Theol. 4. 8. 

l^V ooS earthworms, Lexx. under J*J^i3>ao 
co1 - 3568. 

l-*-^l7 *^ perh. the constellation of the 
dragon, BHCarm. 38. 1 1 ; Nold. in Chwolson, 
55DMG. xliv. 526 mod. 



£ ^jlS young parrots, Kal-w-Dim. t6o. 
21, 161. 19, 163. 3. 

jk**J> +J* col. 583. a steivard, provider, 
Jfc^o ^» yjj© ^ wOoi Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 
213. ir. 

t^f>nfi"> iJ* col. 583 infr. ref. a censer, Sev. 
Ant. Vit. 72. 8. PI. (sic) tvinn*> Kii> balsam 
berries, Med. 50. 14, 51. 12, 52. 10. 

j£c&3 «j£ col. 584. a fellow-creature, A.M.B. 
v. 32. 19, 59. 6; pi. JioLS woi> mankind, 
Philox. 9. 

)ln2> J> col. 584. Metaph. one of the herd, 
used of heretics, pi. Jab. 518. 14 = Pers. 
Mart. n. 965 )+aj$ uJu> but Hoffm. says he 
found a o faintly written above the *d. 

)?*J> fcuLS hmlstones, Act. Apost. Apoc. 
a^o. 10; Med. 220. 21, 24. 

Uc^ii of like colour, \S.iU o« Uc^»^ 
it is earth- col mired, Natur 32. 1. 

jTjL^ +=> col. 584. Dele par. It is JLj^f 
or Jba^j : see col. 3808. 

^oi^ii Bar Ganawai, surname of John of 
Tagrit, Bar Sal. in Lit. 31. note. 

Jkli^ti col. 585. mustard, Med. 602. 14. 
Jfcli^iJi? [ms±d \€7Fro\dxMov, chopped up herbs, 
A.M.B. v. 136. 9. Jul-4> U-i-S Glaucinm 
phomiceum, sap of tlte scarlet horned poppy, 
a drug, Jiaa^i*. io^»;j» ll^*U .^ )ul^ ^ii> 
^ ■•- li -o Y^Lol* JicLSoKo lio »>>.«, N. Hist. 



in. n. 



)Uf J> col. 585. Add : o»t»f *Ii> those of 
his house, his fellows, Aphr. 692. 24. 

voofi-s col. 585. pr.n.m. Iso. iii. ed. Duval 
22. 13. 

Ui? ^ col. 586. Eef. J^t Uit -I* 

leathern arm-pieces, Gest. Alex. 172. 5. 

|jkDj$o» k^ii> mint seed, cIjlxJI .:jj Med. 
602. 13. 

ttjto* uoi> the Banu Hashem, the direct 
descendants of Mohammed, so named from 
his great grandfather, w^« »Jl3? jLoa^ae 
prob. the Abbasidc Caliphate, Bahira 205. 13 
but see trans, and note ; Ohast, 66. 6. 



r^.xa\ va 



62 



f^A>CUjA.2k i=j 



\jl^»1 ^i col. 586. contemporary. Add : 
temporal, pertaining to time, opp. eternal, of 
the B.V.M. Mar Bassus 33. 

U^j &> Bar Zinaye, cognomen of Maran 

Ammeh, M. Z, 209. 10^ 210. 7, 8 ; of Ishuyabh 

ib. 210. 20. 

'■-" J^ 
\&j) J* col. 586. perh. Pers. tfjP, uir 

crown of the ancient Persian kings i. e. fillet, 

diadem h. bandage, wrappings, Nold. Mand. 

Gram. 20 n. 2. Usually written as one word, 

BHGr. 1. 23. 10, pi. ib. 34. 24, IajiJ* 

w»o*CL^»«^f strips tco find round the arms, 

Gest. Alex. 1 29. 1 but puttees, leggings, greaves, 

opp. Jj^ff «-ar>, ib. 172. 4. 

ULfj iJ± seed, col. 587. Med. 554. 1 
and often. 

|idl k*iS corr. J»<L£ berries of the white 
alder, Med. 140. 5/6, 141. 2, 143. 1, 3. 

<SuLo~ 4^ /?ar Hotiph, cognomen of Mar 
'Abda the younger, Chast. 44. 10. 
UU* +* J9ar Ilaziz, Chast. 48. 3. 

JLJL *J> col. 587. pr. n.m. of a bishop, 
Z'DMG. xliii. 395. 4- 

JI^w ^ col. 587. fennel, Med. 554. 2, 
555- 8 > 575- i5> JAOS. xx. 



188, WZKM 



xii. 85. 



)•■ " Tl 



i . q . ) laiLi chick-peas, M ed . 



585- 

Jk^o.^ L;i> col. 588. a sore on the choroid 
tunicle of the eye, Med. 77. 19; Jfc^}^} i-=> 
IL^O^Qjot ara^vXtofio, ib. 91. 10. 

i*a^ ^i Pers. pr.n.m. A. M.B. iv. 215. 

Jux>cu ii col. 588. 3) lkooo.1 ±*L a baby, 
A. M.B. v. 625. 3. 

JJ0J0 »i pr.n.m. founder of the monastery 
of Caphartuta, Chast. 8. 21, 20 ult. 

*X»g ^ /far C&Si, a man of Amid, Jo. 
Tell." 7 1. 1. 

l^B «J> col. 590. son of the Dog Anubis, 
Nold. ap. ZA. xxi. 157 in Pogn. Inscript. Sem. 
Nos. 6-8. 

[!\\ ii col. 590. 3) that same night, 
Kal-w-Pim. 137. 10. 



UiX L^i col. 590. Dele « forte sit". 
vwoyXaxrah. The under part of the tongue, 
Med. 203. 17. 

Jfcou**> 4J» col. 590. t*^*»? j^u^Jto ^> my 
fellow-citizen, Sev. Aut. Vit. 90. 3. 

Jiailfo-i ;J> a fellow-confessor, Pet. Ib. 
70. i 4 . 

Iwlojtf) Lii the lesser brain, o)>k*mj> ^00 
Julo j^a^o L;-3 Loo/ ^fioa^l^cHjQjotjId tfAe 
hinder part of the human brain contains the 
7rap€yK€(j)aXls or cerebellum, N. Hist. vii. 1. 3. 

j^Lcu& 'J> col. 591. assessor: add: *-a 
jiaiA*>? |oicL» ndpfbpns, Sev. Ant. Vit. 25. 9 ; 
lA^b? U^och^ )oiaj» ^>, Pallad. 201. 18. 

i~>k& v> a King of Kashmir, Kal-w-Dim. 
272. 19. 

}l»j..v> Its ivdpiOfios, one of the number, Pet. 
Ib. 115. 20. 

) t-NQ -V & i;i a spouse, a wife, Sev. Lett. 
493* 2 /3 > »-*ot;^n. ■*>:*» w> i.S husbands, ib. 
510. 22. 

;*»;-& fcsjS col. 591. colocynth seeds, Med. 
54. 11, 198. 2. 

4^>«-£ Pers. i^ an Indian or Chinese 
berry, strongly purgative, Med. 306. 12. 

i^-« £ perh. Pers. 1— h^Xs* .^0 or t^**Upo .j 
Artemisia, mugwort, Med. 311- 17* 

)iclj » col. 592. mustard, J^/*"^' Med. 
602. 12. 

.6^J *J> pr.n.m. an Emir, BarPenk. 156. 
6, 11. 

\JlSlj *J* col. 592. an- intimate friend, 
" soul-friend," Nest. Herac. 441. 4. 

)>om» L^i (? U*o») «pin£ of lunacy, Charms 
9. 15, 90. 6 af., 91. 1 ; JAOS xv. 292 pen. 

^io^ ♦-Afio^ (k-*.o?»j) from Pers. X*++* 
Zaradusht, tfte white man = son of the ivhite 
race, Jab. 240. 6 and note. 

*-^ ^ i-i my compatriot, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
88. 3. 

jtoila wjS col. 594. those who are disposed 
to believe, Aphr. 1045. 4. 

JLoL-^3 i£ col. 594- etLouM^Jd ^> his 

fell r oio -minister, Pet. Ib. 33. 20. 



reixfipi^ *i=> 



63 



r^Ajsn 



Oirs 



HfiD^a oJi> name for a^a fortis, Chimie 
35- 3. 

Jw fo* ^> or u\»?o« p (Stephen) Bar 
Sudaili the Syrian mystic, Bar Sud. 10. 1 
and n. 

J>©r d> col. 595. Add: a chin-strap, bridle, 
Jfojll El. Nis. m. 36. 24. 

juojoo p surname of Mar EHsha who 
succeeded Narses as Head of the School of 
Nisibis, Barhad 387. 4, Narses ed. Ming. 
35. 18. 

]*£DQjd p pr. n. m. founder of a monastery 
in Mosul, Chast, 32. 3. 

J^A*, p Bar Sabta, a follower of Apollinaris, 
Nold. F. S. i. 477- 

J fa*, ^i col. 598. a glacis, rampart J* a*, 
1*^3 Jfrajk, po, Nest. Chrest. 92. 133. 

o»lTeu2*JL ii the companion of his 2>eace=his 
fellow monk, Pet. lb. 45. 7. 

IZiX ii (j-L.^C) Habiba Bar Shenaye of 
Bethkoka, M.Z. 215. 3. 

JUci^Jr «J> engaged in the same profitable 
undertaking = martyrdom, A.M.B. v. 349. 

JicuLop f. sonship, BH. in Rom. viii. 19. 

)£a col. 600. to create. 

L|Jo;d creatively, )k.\.£ **o»ofcL*( oo» 
^*Uo«-a He is the creative cause, Card. Thes. 
6 9- 7- 

K*JfeL*;.^ pertaining to the Creation, |uLLo 
^V**^ created things, Op. Nest. 123 ult. in 
Gen. 1. 2. 

L-Lij_£^oo col. 602. that which can be 
created, |i-;ifcoc> eJoj o&6 { J», Nest. H^rac. 
87. 16. J 

UltCLd^ col. 602. oiiiiaap a Gnostic 
sect, Coupes ii. 115; the followers of Simon 
Magus, Theod. Mops, in Jo. 327 ult. 

* \ ajj> col. 602. Ar. {jjjj.i prob. Be Rberri 
in Gawar, Pers. Mart. 222 n., Badger Nest. 
*• 397. 

1^ ft ;i ^\r% fiapftapiicov, the foreign drug, 
a purgative, Med. 365. 13. 

«ttia»2t Arab. yj^>fy^\ Berberis frutex, 
the Barberry, *a>£&9 Jji, Med. 505. 11. 



f^^i-a prob. Pers. ^jSS rhinoceros, Gest. 
Alex. 211. 15. 

Jjo^p col. 603. a currycomb. 

)^^-=> perh. corrupt for MtyafiapSoi, an 
Ethiopian tribe, Anecd. Syr. iii. 330. 3. 

JfiJ> a drug, Med. 468. 2. 

*oo?p a monk of Mt. Izla, Iso. iii. ed. 
Duval 22. 13. 

*o*?td the plank or wlieel of a threshing 
instrument, J^*^? ^cl.?^ o» jl^X^v, Op. 
Nest. 112. 15 on Amos ii. 13. 

JLjjjS a medicinal plant, Med. 571. 7. 

o^?^ col. 604. Ar. JLci,.j> Armenian 
Partav, Barda'ah North of the Araxes, Syn. 
Or. 620 and note. 

^_»©)^> m. pi. Brahmins, Kal-w-Dim. 374. 
19. Usually written jXaLotd. 

%io»;J> see **i»o Suppl. Balaam, Dion. 
Ined. 65. 7, Warda 166 v. 

y|o^> correct \I*oj> (col. 475) Boran wife 
or sister of Seroi, son of Chosrau Parvez, 
Sassanidi and Nbld. trans. 32 nn. 4 and 5. 

>|o»-^ Berwar, a district of Kurdistan. 
Title of the Hymns of Sabrishu, J. As. 1907, 
389. 

)^^o^> a village South of the Great Zab, 
S. Maris 31. 8. 

90^0(9 op npodtKTwp, one of the Imperial 
Life Guards, Mart. Luc. ed. Nau 162. 2 = 
R.O.C. iii. 162. 2. 

)>?©*» see )>?>©-». 

yCL_*-oo;-2> the Bruchiutn, a quarter of 
ancient Alexandria, Epiph. 18. 1. 

oop Baronx, a village in Beit Garmai, i.q. 
1LS? fc^o A. M. B. ii. 679. 5 = Pers. Mart. 78 
n. 710. 

lO^flDCLd )o*dop Barom Husrawan, an estate 
in Beit Garmai, Mon. Syr. ii. 67. 5 = Pers. 
Mart. 49 and n. 

|L^op col. 607. the Roman brumalia, 
h. any feast day. U \*>o;-* "V^?, var. 
U^aoofp and |AU>op Sev. Ant. Hymns 
35. 3, pi. lA»op\x ib. 7^5 tit, C.B.M 
341 a. 3426. 



rtuava 



(M 



V 



V3 



Uoii pr.n.f. Bryenne, A.il.B. v. 614. 17, 
)Joii2t ib. 1. 14. 

»o»)j6p corrupt for xp v(rt ™ u (cpwv) golden 
wool, Natur 57. 12. 

Jjaoj^ Baruqa, a village and monastery, 
Chast. 45. 1, 11, 61. 18. 

Ju£o»^ place-name, Doc. Mon. 216. J2. 

Jj^> for jfii a corn-chandler ', Dion. 234. 18. 

^j^or^^Ji^ name of a city, Kal-w-Dim. 
148. 8. 

*-+-=> col. 608. Pa. M U ult. of par. 
' v -^ t Up^> — ^r^ Q Lat. micare digitis, 
*o Ao/d sonrie of the fingers up suddenly for 
another to guess how many ; this was a game 
and also a way of settling doubtful matters, 
Jac. Edes. Can. 27. 20. Ettaph. ^>ill to 
be clear, manifest, BHChr. EccL 3 pen. 

\L*J> m. a he-goat, ref. Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 
69. 7. 

«olm»^ perb. misspelt, a bishopric of the 
province of Adiabene, probably identical with 
rfoGLUi^? and ^aiw^f, ZDMG. xliii. 402. 4, 
404. 5, 406. 13 = Syn. Or. 332 n. 3, ib. 89. 

24, IIO. 21, 21 > 13. 

jaa^^> usually jaoo^o'U Beyrout, C.B.M. 
725 a. 

U»4^> Britain, A.M.B. iv. 318. 3. 

.jDd^a&^ta name of a river =jj^> azure 
crystal, Gest. Alex. 204. 14. 

(ajcup pr.n.f. Veronica, Stud. Syr. ii. 9. 2. 

~o»cnui^ pr.n.m. ZDMG. xliii. 396 ult. 

^ooi.p pr.n.m. A bishop present at the 
Council of Isaac, 410. Syn. Or. 34. 14, 36. 10, 
ZDMG. xliii. 395. 6. 

^,» ft +,-=> col. 609. fasting. See under 

~^ col. 610, 8 of par. correct I^JLo for 
) \ * <* -» Pael yUL 1. 10 of par. Bit., 
E.-Syr. The ejaculation **^ao yls> Bless, my 
Lord is used at the beginning of daily service 
and in the Liturgy at the beginning of the 
Eucharist proper, Takhsa 1 1 . 4. Often written 
as one word, **+xidV> Qdham W. 34. 13; 
Brev. Ant. i. 53 b 5; ~^cl£>Iz> ^->*W, Brev. 



Chald. 1. 2 nied. Also od^» the Benedicite, 
O all ye works of the Lord, bless ye the 
Lord, Brev. Chald. i. 36. twelve times ff., Jj^il 
od£=>? j^ja*o the first verse of the Benedicite, 
ib. 9 at'.; 37. 15. 

JL*j9»-d fipaxtia, short accent, Epiph. de 
Mensviris 7. 6. 

[j^ K-va ^v^ in.pl. Brahmins, Chron. Min. 
356. 22, [> i^^n 1. 24. Usually spelt 
Jjjs^o^ col. 615. 

fi-z> particle, col. 615. The quotation 
10 af. to 616. 7 is BHGr. i. 168. 21. Col. 
616.6 correct JJlaicts expressing doubt for 

o^^ verb col. 616. Add: for Heb. DDH 
Hex. Aq. Jer. Ii. 34, Ps. xviii. 15. 

Uoo^> gnawing, of anger, Sev. Lett. 
227. 1 7. 

|j»9q.^ col. 617. Dele par. It is given 
under a^ Thes. and Suppl. 

frfr-^-vn.^ what? ^-.»fcO^ fo^iop ^^» 
^»q.\» Charms 23. 17. 

jdL3D£a m. pi. Brahmins, Kal-w-Dim. ed. 
Bick. 99. 9, 14, 100. 4 &c. See jiufcoao^ 
above. 

^l* Pers. jj* rice, v^Ii? )i^inner part 
of rice, Med. 215. 5, 430. 4, 9. 

jja^jJk Pers. ^j +j^, a medicine which 
promotes the discharge of phlegm, Med. 
311. 17. 

}L*j»^ a church in Khuzistan, perh. )L~ ^, 
Syn. Or. 79. 12 and 667. 

(jL^^ a bird ; perh. Pers. La^j*L^ the 
royal white falcon, Natur 25. 2, trans. 50 
and n. 

jljJ* denom. verb from Juij{iJ>, see col. 582 
and supra. 

*c*^ji>J> Borysthenesl Gest. Alex. 193. 13. 

JL^col. 617. See Ai\ Pfln N. 279. 

CLxm+* At. L^ 3 pleurisy, Dion. 216. 2. 

X-^ii to quiver as a fish, \jql> y>( ^t^a0, 
BA. under *aa*fCL^ttJ^ col. 785; .^-^i- 



with the same gloss, as BB. has 



under ^kL. See c °l- 6l 7- 



ciuai^s 



w^ col. 6 1 8. to hit, fierce as an arrow or 
spearhead, add: M.Z. 6. 4. Metaph. JJ *f> 
Jlcu;o KU* sorrow can lay no hold on thee, 
Is. Ant. ii. 252. 14; Apis u*±a 16; JJ jLai 
o^ .^>, Jul. 57. 12. Ethpe. *£=>l/ to be 
penetrated, perforated, {*;ifcsj£ ^oo^ ^^X ^ 
loo» Med. 156. 15. 

]l'o*J* col. 618 f. Ar. ^j w/ufe leprosy, 
Caus. Caus. 42. 16. 

k^llii» col. 618. clearly, k-L«A» ^a^**, 
Syn. Or. 149. 22. 

*fil^ col. 618. £o shine, flash. Add: jat^ 
ko;^ ^/" ^U>$ Barak who flashed forth like 
lightning, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 233. Pael 
*bZz* to shine, flash, ^*iD;:Laof )j^oo o« 
" mineral dor des polisseurs" Duval, Chimie 
4« 4 and trad. 8 or minerals which shine- 
Aph. sal2>( r to make flash, to make to shine, 
NB. construction jsl^so J»o»cj o3op3> od» 
]oo» ivhose countenance sent forth light, A.M.B. 
v. 546. Ettaph. jsl^llV to shine: to he 
dazzled, [l^H^^ ]La-V* ojjUU/%^ 
shepherds (at Bethlehem) icere dazzled by the 
divine glory, Sev. Ant. Hymns 6. 

tao^ a sudden pain, )-»•? Uop lumbago, 
°»t**^ Uoj-^ jdL^o Solomon stooped and 
« sudden sharp pain took him in the back, 
Charms 8. 9, 14, Protection 84. 1. 

\&lz> col. 619. 1) a wizard, jwisoner, )»:**# 
h&+2> yx±* Ephr. ed. Lamy ii. 419. 22; id. 
Ret. i. 120. 46. 2) electric, \-£>U> \J*ij the 
electric ray, torpedo, Lexx. under JwOw col. 
2 47o. 

kiti pi. in. gravel, grit, Chimie 37. 12. 
)>..©} )SJ* filler s earth, Lexx. under JfcwJS*, 
col. 1611. 

UiiDj^ col. 619. thunderous, sultry. Add: 
)&u*^ of J^j^i JL'cki^-, N. Hist, 
v. 4. 1. 

U^a.^3 pr.n.m. an E. Syr. bishop present 
«t the Council of Jaballaha A. p. 420, ZDMG. 
x ^ 11 - 395- infra. 



ijwCla^ a village, col. 622. Kefs. Pers. Mait. 
224 ; Hist. M011. i. 136. 12 ; Mar Bassus 125. 

U,Qj*^ i. q. \JLa2> col. 623. Euta sylvestris, 
wild rue, Ar. J-^-», Med. 54. 12, 55. 20, 56. 8; 
^c£ iL o<*f \L<£mJs, ib. 468. 2 ; U,<xaJif Uv.fT, 
ib. 559- 4, 57o- 23; JAOS, xv. 194. 14; 
WZKM. xiii. 10. 

JLou*.*.*.^ gleaning; a scholar in time of 
harvest must not neglect his work and go out 
to glean for greediness, ^^ao 0L0 1.. • -% -> 
^cido^ JloiJSt Stat. Schol. Nis. 29. 9, 191. 19 
= Giorn. Soc. Asiat. Ital. iv. 191. 

«&m^o pr. 11 » 111. Pers. ^^A— 1 o-JLj Bashtasp 
i. q. Yuhtasp, Pai had. 365. 11 It. 

"^i^ col. 622. Pa. ^Jo to clarify honey 
by jneans of hot water, ju^f "%ji^, Med. 
146. 14 ; %JLL»? Jui^J, 1. 14 ; 148. 18. 

JL-jLoLs add : preparation, adaptation, 
jUajQA.^l ^o? ^°i° JJ-^^ icLio^Ja BB. 
under )^v> col. 2079. 

IfciOAa f. pottage, DBB. 45. 23 under 

J^Jofc^.3 col. 625. ^♦^.fcoo fcwllok^ 
inrgin-born, Philox. ed. Guidi 478 a 21. 

JJ^ofcs.^ adj. virgin, )^.c^ li^^TrapfcrnKik, 
AKGW. 1904, 25. 25. 

ILai^V^ao f. deflowering, N. Hist. vii. 
1. 3 infra. 

jfcHi col. 625. Bit. the second half of a choir, 
with us the Cantoris, Qdham W. passim. : see 
>I^-^o ft-s* Suppl., Brew Chald. i. tit., 
j£i? JkL'jd-X ib. 8. n, 22. With verbs: 
col. 626 u3oi( to turn back, defeat, )o£±( 
|co« yQoms Jffc^^ yooffcoJ. Philox. 103. 14- 

JLltV^ subsequent, BB. under ^»««»o» col. 
1002. 

jLoL«£-i col. 628. Add: posteriority, 
inferiority, JfcLJial ]Lcu»]£^ opp. JLo-*&* 
J&J& But, Sap. Thcol. 1. 5, N. Hist. iv. 1. 

v c^i3fl^ PaT } id X toi>, copper treated with 
sulphur, "malachite doree ou chrysocolle," 
Chimie 16. 9. See yCusl^U Suppl. above. 



,rO^ 



cu 



ia^ 



~J^. liol^col. 63 t. PI. )^o]^delights, 
joys, Caus. Caus. 186. 10; Ephr. eel. Larny 
iii. 27. 

IjHoLl^glad, delightful, BHQr. i. 37. 13. 
Jj^oo^ Tovfxupa, an isle in the Red Sea, 
Jac. Edes. Hex. 20. 8. 

Hi^aool^ col. 632. Add: JL»-*£^x>o)^ 
»** V., to geometrize, BHGr. i. 47. 18. 

\1)\^ inhabitant of Gaza , Epiph. 5. 19. 

^V* Gay an, founder of a monastery in 
Kashkar, Chast. 69. 21. 

*fia*!^)^(i.l.i.a. who? of Pisidia, a Father 
cited in a letter from Andrew of Samosata to 
Rabhula of Edessa, Or. Xt. i. 180. 9 af. 

U^l^col. 634. infra, an ape, ref. Jjj^i)^, 
Med. 335. 8. 

Ja^o)L^ Gamua, a village in Mt. Izla, 
BHChr. Eccl. 215. 20. 

Jto^wSojL^ Ephr. Ref. ii. 31. 36 for 
ju^s&ojk^ geometry. 

%£o*^j^ var. ^oOa^I^, the Ganges, Jac. 
Edes. Hex. 26. 10. 

l+^U^Ganyra in Paphlagonia, Diosc. ed. 

Nau 76. 7. 

JL^jA^ mis-print for Jll*^>)^ ytvrtavq, 
gentian, Chimie 7. 12. 

JjU* see Jj^. 

*k^> )»^ co "- 7 6 7- Add: J*|^£/<e spines 
of a hedgehog, Natur 9. 2. 

]1&f\^fichinidae } Fiech N. n. 50. 
J^ofJ^ col. 63^. infra. Duval suggests 
7r\r)p(Df^a, but detritus, or conglomerate, perh. 

ayvpfta, Caus. CaUS. 183. 12. 

ujocu^JOf^ col. 636. Gerontius, Prior of 
the monastery on the Mt. of Olives, Pet. 
lb. 31. 2. 

JuJj*>*J^ Germania, Germany, Jac. Edes. 
Hex. 32. ult., 34. 7. 

^x^ Pael pass. part. col. 637. wJL^*>, 
^W°' Ifc^i^o select. jkJix^o *aoofopMD 
U^f «;jso jkiDi select passages or Selections 
from Synods, Journ. As. 1906, 57 pen. 



Pers. e_flj foam, scum, jboT? Q-^^ 
cuttle-bone, Med. 559. 2 marg. note to JfcoJ. 

)JaA^ col. 640. Gahula. Add : now Jabul, 
on the Euphrates, a village halfway between 
Kennesrin and Balisa. It is 1 10 stades to 
the E. of Chalcis, Or. Xt. ii. 280, No. 3; 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 320. 3, 321. 7. 

JJa^^ pr. n.m. Mar Gabula, Mar Bassus 
xii. Syr. 5. 

Jkx=fc^ i-^.Lll Ta$i8a, nr. Damascus, C.B.M. 
710 a, Doc. Mon. 215. 17, ZDMG. xxix. 
78. f., 430. 

^JL^ Ethpe. ^a^I7* col. 641. to be 
fabricated, JLau^oe? Jt'dL_auJ a fictitious 
prophecy, Nest. Herac. 374, quoted Pleropli. 
7. med. 

Jb-^OA^col. 641. Add: pretence, Ju^ci^^ 
R eoci * <n . -> » )u9o»^9 lc\.N.»,»jo, Sev. Ant. 
Hymns 153. 

Jj&ifc^^ col. 642. 14 of par. Correct ref. 
to Rom. ix. 20. 

U^a4>a coi. 642. ns^a jlj: 

formative force, N. Hist. vii. 5. 1. 

)IWiS1-*^o2p f. formation (pass.), the being 
formed, Jfcl&^ci lcu!i^^fco& the formation 
of drops from moisture in the air, N. Hist, 
v. 1. 3. 

^2^. liaci^ col. 643. 2) add : a cake 

°f fig*, Knri^n^ \J^* ^" •* -f^^' 

Op. Nest. 97. 7 in 1 Sam. xxv. 18. 

wa-Va^ co ^ 644. Gibeonite, ^aa fJL^J^> 
U*<k^j^^t j^*** Cyril quoted by BA. in 
Luc. xv i. 20. 

iJL^, Ji-^-4^ col. 644. k--ji 
masculine manner, Pelagia 2. 6 
fc^iic^, ib. 10. 14 ; ks*i*2^ **x\ V kVSaa, 
ib. it. 13; 

♦J^ col. 647. denom. verb from It^*- 
Pael conj. \ ^ ^ to strengthen, invigorate, 
U^a^ ©^ Vm^o i-fc^o U*^» Patr. 
Or. iii. i. 107. 6, 114. 4. Ethpa. ^JL^^ 
with ld^, to be fortified, braced, i^^K <£ 
Li^oueo Igl^ U*-^>, ib. 113. 11. 



m a 



im^. 



67 



5*< 



iJLl^Palal conj. to act valiantly. Participial 
adj. Jf^Lv* doing great and wonderful works, 
Itso^D ILL, Warda 126 v. 

»»Ia^Lrclenom. verb Ethpalel conj. from 
Udoia^Io boast, brag, L^ojjo )U ^aol^J^^ 
he bragged immoderately, BHGr. i. 48. 19; 
Tekkaf 36. 187. 

iJi-au^col. 647. strong, thick, fc #o*GL-Si_ x { 
Ufcljio Jj£a^the plant )ixia> has thick, broad 
leaves, Med. 599. 20, 600. 18. 

UtauL^o invigorating, jJt^I^o J*-^' 
U&J ? ©«, BH. in Koh. 7. 3. 

l2JL^t Jt»cu^ Gabbare in Beit Rushme, 
Chast. 62. 3, 13. 

Uoi^^ Gabrona, founder of the monastery 
of Shmona, Chast. 15. 3, 32. 18; A.M.B. iii. 
473- 1. 

\1 i^^ Pers. j*5 a Gueber, fire loorshippcr, 
IT»^ 0/ Ug^o, A.M.B. ii. 576, 559, n. 5. 

•^ col. 650. Act. part. ?J^ erect, lofty, 
Ephr. ii. 457 A. 

*^, lf^ col. 649. fortune. L. 10 of par. 
yaa^ ts^xi* Jfcu? «^p by Fortune of I 1 ire 
I have sworn to you, Nars. ed. Ming. ii. 402. 
18. A statue of Fortune, *%JL Ji^ J 1 *** 
Ua^4»/* Jac. Sar. Horn. iii. 796. 9; )fcoof 
Uijo&oc jZl^ 1 ^ f**> il} - 8o °- l6 >' 8o 4* ulfc * 

H*4* c °l* ^5 2, tvormivood. Metaph. bitter- 
ness, J?i^ «-►»?$!, Probus 72. 4. 

]Lo?oV^col. 653. boyhood; ref, ) u.\ , j +o 
w^oti/ )lcvv>X\\o JiofOf^, Gest. Alex. 
24. 2. 

J^ name of a river on the borders of 
Andrion, BHChr. Eccl. 671. 2. Andrion is 
not identified. Variants i^^and yO**?©/. 

qom^ from *U a Syrian god. Pr.n.m. of 
a fourth century martyr, ZDMG. xlii. 474, 
B.O. i. 126, Wright's Martyrol. 10. 

U-**-^ col. 653. Add: a strait, Ji-* ? -^ 
tti&^c&QXfc^iJLttae? the Bosphorus, El. Nis. 
Chron. 184. 2.6. 

^^ c °l* 6 53- t0 wreathe, *AmJ*> ^1^ 
smoke ascends in wreaths, Ephr. Kef. ii. 35. 
24 but cf. Ji^. Pass. part. JL.*^ over-full, 



running over, %^do( JL.*^ Utcu*> \i[^o 
+*» |u?coo oCi^A, ^^00 Gr. iW/jyo/io?, i.e. 
i£ bushel, Epiph. 4. Ethpaual ^?©4^./*fo 
be over-full, stuffed, ^?o^L|© *^aoL/, Anecd. 
Syr. ii. 209. 8. 

JJo^ col. 655. a weaver, J"©^? )f^-^ 
epyov ttXoktjs, Hex. Ex. xxviii. 14. 

k*^*4* c °l- 635. goddess of weavers, J?Ia. 
Ji.okoo fc^*^* Is. Ant. i. 214. 4 ; Wellhausen, 
Skizzen iii. 28. 

Jj2£*^o£> twisted, turned, )k«»i\»^fcop D 
j)kjl^a^k a golden chain not twisted of many 
strands, BHGr. i. 14. 19. 

f f<as> c °l' 6 57- Act. part, yl^? k^j^o 
melange pour obtenir un bronze tranchant> 
Chimie 97. 2. 

f^ correct fjL^J -U^ ?-/ U^ *r-^ 

IcaIoj^o )lOk^ U,;^ He (being) Good 
decreed good for the beginning) middle, and end, 
Mon. Syr. ii. 36. 13. 



f t 71 



Jk~* , r^ c °l* 659 i n ^ ra « Low corrects to 
)^*>^i.q. Jk**J^ an eel, Ar. Pfln N. 96 f. 



J'?^ Arab. j.>±& a cistern, ooto J 
.och^ U±**\o \ J>^ Gk^> magical uses of 
Psalms, Kays, in Ps. xxxiv, ZDMG. xlii. 458. 4. 

•^r^ co ^ 660. )^#^ usually a heap of 
corn. A haystack, a^.v^ j );.».>ft,\ *~j\l 
U**^p, Anecd. Syr. ii. 319. 19. 

]lci.«.ii>»^ f. contingency ; fortuitousness, 
Is. Ant. B. 175. 3 af., But. Sap. Isag. i. 5, 
Theol. 2. 3, N. Hist. viii. 1. 4: see under 

J<*.^ Aph. w^f 2) to be quit of to get 
rid of, with ^so of the pers. o».i * > a-©^/ 
BHChr. 176. 4 af. ; j^J^ ^>o ^0^0*^0 
Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 545. 

JfcLi^f. col. 662. )j<»>aD t *>? ^relief 
from sickness, Med. 147. 14. 

JLcuu©k^» f. escape, freedom, JL'cliIok^o 
)^{ ^? But. Sap. Theol. 2. 3. 

♦•♦Jo^Pers. y r *» a carrot, Med. 266. 7, 11. 

yi^or v i^C0l. 663. fut. yO^J? ncu^ay, 

lit. that I should stoop, Jacobite reading 
Mark 1. 7, Studia Biblica, Oxon, iii. 68. 



K'Axlcn^ 



G8 



\?V, 



Jfc^Jov^a prayer said by the priest with 
bowed head and in a low voice, J jot \io& m*» 
K^U^j |lJ1 >'\ m.f JfcLooJa JV-jo*^, Takhsa 
ioter; pi. Jfcljo^^l. 13 ; 14. 4, 1 5 and often ; 
)&o»^ J}r-», Can. Jac. Edes. 7. 11. 

fo*-^ col. 664. to see indistinctly . have 
dulled sight, metaph. add : om.-^©) *-»2^-^ 
)^\o ^ao the impulses of the soul could no 
longer perceive what is right , Jac. Sar. Horn, 
iii. 817. 19. 

JLoi<i-5w col. 665. suffusion of humours 
over the eye, dim sight, mistiness, Med, 14. 20, 
21. TO, 24. 16, 45. 4; Jlofc*^? N^ssaJ* I"- 

72. 17, 20, 73. 16, 74. 9. 

J»o>-^ Jebel Gara or Ghara, five hours SE. 
of Araadia, Badger, Nestorians 1. 254; 
A.M.B. i. 414. 

cu^, )o-4^ cnl. 666. with preps. Add : 
jLmi ^tt C1 ^r k cfmctpns, Ualcn. 265. 3 ; 
^£> o.^gN hy means of, I nod. Syr. 4 antep. 
4 tli par. add: daoa^.a-JL^^f J^^ palp °f 
Citrullus colacyu-fhus, the bitter gourd , Med. 
49. t, 13; )oft»*^£? )<L^crumb of bread, under 
^oAxmd and ^*£x&, DBB. 1588. 7, 1589. 5 
and Thes. col. 3188. L. 19 af. convent, 
monastery {the buildings) Icl^o \~L2> Jla-.o». 
Chast. 41. 7 ; Jo^ fcO&aJ? )>cu, Hist. Mon. 
i. 47. 16. L. 15 af. Jo-4^? general, Jjiiau 
Jo^? general advantage, ZDMG. xxiv. 268. 2 ; 
)<i^? )Jqxo general rules, principles, il>. xxxix. 
244. 17. 

«o^ col. 667. to penetrate; JuL*> ^^5> 
o»I*^ kOv^iD k^a^l) ivhy did yon not cut 
out his tongue by the roots^ A.M.B. iii. 271 ult. 

JJa^ col. 668. 2) m. pi. eunuchs; ref. 
Pers. Mart, p. 13, n. 89 = A. M. B. ii. 19. 1 
where Bedj. has 11=*^ and so wherever Pers. 
Mart. pp. 14, 15 nas " VersrJmitiener" 

JfcL-a-^ Pers. ^sy iiiul db»3 a button, 
buttonhole. A girdle, drawers, Jab. 546 = 
Pers. Mart. 1011. 

JfcUc^L jl ftAo " Pars communis" ferial 
section, Brev. Ant. i. tit. Ju*J*<L^ l^i^ ib. 
Index; the Commune Sanctorum, ib. 164, 



ii. 343 a ult. and 5 af'., 346 a 3 af., 362 a 5 ; 
J*.*.^ sf>l JfcUa^ )1^aj*ui>L ib. 498 b 11 ; 
51768. 

H'clJcL^ f. col. 669. association, fellowship, 
HifclSj JL~? yOojLcLoa^, N. Hist. viii. 2. 1. 

JIcucl^© f. penetration, Jtcua^o )+*U> 
jig^^wo AKGW. vii. (1904) 4, 54. 2. 

oo-^ col. 669. Ettaph. o^J,L( to be 
answered, f+xs k-„£ »..^ll.( J) / received no 
answer, Or. Xt. i. 308. 13. 

JIolLs^*) col. 670. ^>fco? )i cii-y >^o 
a reply to your letter, Hippoc. xxii. 4 a f . 

l^d^ a pit, cistern, col. 670. 26 of par. 
dele " vas, hydria" 

[IL* |L^CL^(f ]L*f) col. 671. Add refs. 
Jac. Edes. Chron. Can. 575, antep., 578. 4 af., 
Ant. Patr. 301. 5 af., BHChr. Eccl. 337. 
I.<j. 'jLfScuad? )uaa.^9 }i~>h C.B.M. 712 1), 
Chron. Min. 254. 23, Doc. Mon. 221. 16 = 
l-o^? U*? 1. 22. 

lu^a^col. 671. a Gubbite, inhabitant of 
laoL^or [11* Jl^cl^; R.O.C. 19 n, 309. 
Syr. 6 af., i. q. [lA^. See preceding article. 

Ju.^.^a^^ (yo.N **!■»,) pr.n.ni. a friend of 
Marutha, Patr. Or. iii. i. 71. 5. 

)»l«^dL Gubidara, a fort, BHChr. Eccl. 
599. 14. 

J£*ic^ Arab. *U^c Sorbus domestica, the 
Service-tree, BB. under U^op col. 1814. 

^ooimdo^ and ^00.^0.^ gypsum, I. q. 
J»o*» L^, Chimie 4. 13. Written ^mdo^ 
col. 687, ^jaofiL^ col. 765. 

Jo^^o^ pr.n.m. Pers. A.M.B. iv. 142. 

J^o^col. 672. perhaps moaning, c*U^a^r> 
^lsllo ;tt\i/ oa^o J;**?, Anecd. Syr. ii. 
284. 15. 

^^4* co ^* ^7 2 - i0 (% hivp. Act. part. JU^J 
T*^° ^4*°^°? a cn iM croioing and laughing, 
Hist. B.V.M. 58. 7. 

*^cl^ Gugi, a personage of Manichaean 
cosmogony, Coupes ii. 112 pen. 

*.^a^ col. 672 infra, f. a spiders web, 
cobweb ^ pi. J^^i«^ Hoc. Mon. 41. 17. 



c<1lX5^ 



G9 



lasoci^ 



^a numerous Kurdish tribe, J^icic^ 
JkolasL*? .cljo* J^-^sf 1 .^?, ^ u ^- &ap. P°l« 
i. 3 infra. 

L^4a^, 1^4^-^ Hit retina, N. Hist, 
vii. i. 2. 

IJJ^ss?^ netlike, webbed, Jwli-^a?^ l o^v* 

vAaAm the nautilus has a thin web between 
its feet. 

^■i^ci^ Goghmal, an estate in the valley 
of Marga, Hist. Mon. i. 164. I.q.'^soo^q.v. 

Med. 361. 8 ; <^fc*j Z*\ t**4?W>> ib - 393- 5- 
?a^ Arab. jUa. swift, name of a horse, 
Kal-w-Dim. 335. 2, 339. 4. 

?clL , J?a^ col. 674. 3. a choir, Takhsa 
52, 147. 5; IJLabZo? )*&^that half of a choir 
which begins = our Decani, opp. ll£**(? )?c^ 
the following or latter choir = Cantoris, Brev. 
Chald. i. 25. 7, 26. (piater; Qdham.W. 7 ter, 
9. 1 ; J?ci^p hy choirs, 1. ult., 10. 6- 



A company, )L*J1^>»» J?a^, Bahira 209. 4 ; 
Hriswritten Ul^»f J?a^»l. 17; )U~/ )?9^> 
Nest. Herac. 35. 1. 

yaX.?f a^BH. de PI. 62, coir. yGu^»tfQL^. 

Ufc^col. 674 and D BB. 383. 1. Arab. 
(S^a., prob. NS. )??Q.^ a tunic. Cf. the 
following word. 

IfcLtCL^ i. q. li-Lco a cotton tunic, Hist. 
B.V.M. 57 . 3. 

«Aj?a^ Tovv8d<f)opos, Gondophar, an Indian 
King, Act. Apost. Apoc. ^s>g 3, <*2lo 4. 

Jci ^>' )5o-*^^ failing \ running dry, opp. 
Uloxbo constant, Qdham.W. 187, 17. 

HoJcl*^ co '- ^75- *"• deficiency, LoJoL^ 
JLcui.A^f lack of moisture, N. Hist. viii. 2. 2. 

Jo.^, Ilo^col. 675. a mot, walnut, )ts^± 
U-jao} 0/ j)a^> a boivl of nuts or of lye, 
perhaps pounded wahiuts or wahnit oil, Med. 

55. 15. 

Uam.£? \)0^ nutmeg i refs. Med. 50. 17, 

56. 15, 174. 11, 307. 4- 

Uoyoi Jto^ coco nut > Cliimie 38. 14. 
J^afto*? licL^www vomica > strychnine, Med. 
Mi. 23/24, 313. 19. 



(kUio-^adj. 1) of walnut wood, Doc. Mon. 
17. 1, UjIq.^ )^cu# 1. 4 in Isaiah's vision: 
cf. Pesh. 2) nutshaped, Hex. Ex. xxxvii. 
17 ed. Lag. 

Jcl^coI. 676. Gozan 1) a country. 2) the 
river Hulwan a tributary of the Diala, Pers. 
Mart. n. 544, Phet. 20. 8 = A. M.B. ii. 613. 13. 

J^o.^ an inhabitant of Gozan; pi. kJ'jCL^ 
Coupes ii. 158. 8, f. 

w*a^ Aphel part. u»*^*d col. 677. 8 of 
par. troubled, perturbed, \j] *»*^»d +d, Mar 
Aba ii. 115. 

[LcL^tomb, Hormizd 1582, Duval in loc. 
Journ. As. 1895, 185 f. 

if>fnM>»o,^ perh. Pers. (jS ball and eL~.». 
Eryngium, the round, ball of the Eryngium, 
a medicine for diarrhoea and heartburn, Med. 
294. 9. 

K*m-.tt^or l^xaoQ.^ perh. £^.~>»i between 
Emesa and Damascus, O.B.M. 613. a, 

col. 678. jjvvsj- Guki, a bpric. mcn- 



tO 



tioned with Ctesiphon, so it was in Beit- 
Aramaye, not in Beit Garmai, Abbeloos, Act. 
Maris 67 and n., Pers. Mart. 259, 277; 
Coupes ii, 152. med. Or. Xt. ii. 310. 2. 

Jt^Xa^, ^W-Ui pease, Hunt. clxx. and K. 
under J^,o> col. 3871. 

^ooXcl^ i. q. *aoci\^, jmN^ Sec. an 
ape, Sindb. 17. 19. 

fLu^a-^, jLJ^ col. 680. pomegranate 
blossom, Chimie 7. 9. 

^ci^. jkl^CL^and Jfc^^col. 679. Add: 
a parcel, package, ©»k^s^> Jlo^x i««^ she 
tied up the rice in a parcel, Sindban 10. 8, 11, 
ojfc-^o^? J£&-° ]*•* J ie i m tied> the string of 
her parcel, 1. 12. Kit. an altar-cloth, ^-o 
cH^r© o»C^a^ )uo«j£> .«^\ltoip, Takhsa 
146. 18. 

k&o^ col. 680. 9. of par. a bean used as 
a measure, «JL Jooct-^ ^»( )Iq,q L 001 
administer a draught the size of a bean, Med. 
99. 6. 

*o.*dc^ Heb. TOJJ an omer, yopop, ^th of 
an ephah, Hex. Ex. 16. 16, 18, 36, Epiph. 4 ; 
jia^l joaoc^ ib. 



^:»fc^ i) Gumal, a large village in Hie 
Marga valley, BHChr. Eccl. ii. 121. 15. 
2) Gomel river, Pers. Mart. 194-198. 

I^ol^m v> o,^ Mazici, a tribe living in hills 
to the south of Lake Moeris, Pallad. 120. 3. 
Budge gives Geomaslike and says Bedjan reads 

)£&o^ i. q. Jftaoc^ col. 681. the marten, 
Med. 589. 5 with gloss. >o.^a^ and cf. 8 if, 
of par. 

J*«j»a^2Ae weasel, nickname of Timotheus, 
Bishop of Alexandria, Doc. Mon. 228. 13, 
231. 22. Cf. Noldeke's note ZDMG, xxxv. 235. 

Ik^oo^col. 682. a ditch, trench, ^»;&** 
J*~ JlsW Jfcooo^Geop. 28, 8, PL JlsIW^ 
ih. 12. 7, 18. 29; (j^fjo Jfcooa^ Chimie 52. 
12 ; a hole or hollow in a mixture, ©»a »^>» 
©»c^=> Ifcooc^ ib. 25. 15. 

]bo0O^ name of a town near Mt. Izla, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 372. 2. Cf. Jk^Ba^j>? Jk**^ 
a village in the inarsh, ib. 211. 3. 

yot^, JJo^col. 683. Pauel Jcl^ part. 
|jjo^*d coloured, N. Hist. viii. 3. 2, pi. 
Jluo^oo )+~*o*j JL<*qu*,o^ ib. 3. Ethpaual 
part. )kHtf>CL^^> |ua^J» coloured with 
Afelian earth, Scv. Lett. 427. 17; coloured, 
N. Hist. viii. 3. 2, pi. ib. 4. 5. 

)ujq^ some kind of garment peril, em- 
broidered in colour, pi, J*Jc^ Anecd. Syr. ii. 
268. 13, JLcxi*^ ib. 17. 

•■»o«^jc^yoyypos, conger, N. Hist. vii. 4. 1. 

I^J^, N331A Krauss 169, yavvdKT)e = KavvdKr)s, 
a thick Persian rug, A.M. B. iv. 336. n., 
338. n. 

*£oa^ col. 684. Pael ^floo^i.q. Ethpa. to 
take refuge , have recourse to, jaoQu^of ^o 
o»icuik^> Mar. Benj. 91. 12 unless this should 
be considered as a mistake for i»a^ls^. 

JduicL^col. 685. a refugee, •^jucocl^ those 
tvho take refuge with thee, Act. Apost. Apoc. 
«^u 18 ; Anecd. Syr. iii. 247. 25. 

•^^m.+ttQ^Gausishu, 1) brother of John, 
third Abbat of the monastery of Sabrishu, 
M.Z. 198. 3. 2) Bishop of Beit Nuhadra, 
ZDMG. xliii. 404. 18, 



70 H^ta*^ 

Jk^A^DO^or Jfc^Mucajc^v. fcw^o^a^, p. 69. 

Uo^o*^ from lun*^ a roooer ' Rapacious, 
ravening, BHChr. Eccl. 801. 18. 

Jico&I^col. 686. brigandage, robber]/, But. 
Sap. Eth. iv. 7 : jicufrmNo Jiam-^, Mar. 
Benj. 79, 6. 

ao^, A^col. 687. Ethpaulal ASc^l/ 
to be caught in a net y J!;*L •X. Aaa^ks.1 If? 
Tekkaf 142. 

Aai^ name of a Chief Emir, Jab. 183. 7 
and n., 185. ult. Perh. for yj^ao (see ^iao 
col. 1690) Pers. ^b^a* a shepherd. 

^AflaSa^yityoff, gypsum, lime, plaster, Gest. 
Alex. 193. 3, 7; Chimie 28. 23. See other 
spellings under ^ma^col. 765., Med. 303. 6, 



KjAcl^ Ar. jLLfld. a village and convent in 
the district of Damascus, C.B. M. 709 6 25, 
Nbld in loc. ZDMG. xxix. 434. 

jiSci^ col. 687. 1) the spathe of a palm, 

j^dCL^ )> V , -> £ o».d few/ +D p<M JLd^-^ JJL* 

ihol A.M.B. i. 496; ]L*h J-sc^Med.682. 
18/19. 2 ) k***1 )Ub^ s J)astard sponge, Med. 
89. 12, 19, 602. 18. Also the calcareous shell 
of the cuttle-fish y cuttle-bone, sppia staire, ib. 
92. 10. 

sfiiWu^Isa^ pr. 11. Pers. a bandit chief, 
temp. Bahram ILL M.Z. 36. 13. 

La^ Chald. J'3 a clod. m. a lump, )*c^ 
U*-£? gloss, to jt&jp, Jla^p Op. Nest. 116. 21. 



;^ col. 688. to commit adultery. 
Act. part. m. pi. ^**^ Jac. Edes. Can. 4. 7. 
Aph. **-^/ 1) to deflower, ravish, of Greek 
gods, JLLaJL>© IjL» yO'i-K^j?, Arist. Apoc. *#. 
12; c.c. \ ace. a*. 9; absol. «^. 12; c.c. o. 
**. 20. Act. part. fern, ]*a^o ib. a*. 11. 
2) to cause to commit adultery, \^. ^ e> cuoot 
p»X 7rot€t avrrju fxoixtvOrjvai , Matt. V. 32 Curet. 

J»cu^col. 689. Add: Jttci^ Us/ the 
false ribs, N. Hist. vii. 13. Hit farcing, 
a clause inserted in any psalm or canticle, 
somewhat similar to Gk. o-Tixrjpou ; as Takhsa 
21. 10; ib. 55. 8; )LV^? 1* q4 -**S^ R $ - cx,vit. I 



farced, when said in Church opp. a different 
response when evening service is said in a 
private house, Qdham W. 28 ult., jifcu*-^ 
J^-aJ»^jo> one to four psalms, farced, ib. 
J 35. 12. 

)>cl^ Ar. 'CL a jar, Chimie 96. 1. 

J»o-4. perh. = J*-*-^ col. 710. quicklime, 



JI^p )»Q^p oJL* he built his cell with lime 
and fine plaster, Jab. 150. 9. 

Ya'i o^ col. 690. shoes. Add ref. Diosc. ed. 
Nau 94. 7, 10. 

JjlijcL^ Arab. J-^, Pel's, yjy a cheat, 
sharper, Kal-w-Dim. 30 bis, 34. 8. 

yl^f o^col. 690. Add : Ar. ^U-jli G ur 9 a) h 
i.q. Hyrcania. A bishopric, Syn. On 672; 
43, 62 bis, 67, 1 10 ; Or. Xt. i. 310* 3, ZDMG. 
xliii. 399. 2, 400. 1 ; ^a?^^ Kal-w-Dim. 
259. 20. 

Jui^jcL^ gentilic from the above, M. Z. 
3.1. 42. 

Jti^jjc^ gentilic from J^c^- Surname 
of Peter of Azerbaijan, K-l-^ ^frc^f 01 
UiAfot, Jab. 249. 3. 

UlfCL^Q^m.pl. i.q. U-icL^-^q. v. col. 
774. Melilotus, a trefoil, Med. 372. 6, 

397. 7- 

ycu^tfra^ so correct yCuX^jfo^BH. de 
Pi. 62, cf. no. 149. Top8v\iov, Tordylium, 
Diosc. i. 56, ZDMG. xliii. 125, Ar. Pfln N. 
226. 

ylfd^ col. 691. i) Al*. J^jj*- Xopfti/r;, 
Georgia or Iberia, Eransahr 116, Syn. Or. 
6 72, 37; ylrta^ J©»? U+*+}, Chron. Min. 
281. 6. 2) Arzaneue, ^oot)o o»S )>if y>'fc^> 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 337. 2 ; S. Dan. 1064 af. 
3) i.q. Jebel Qhara, S. of Tiari and Amadia, 
)»<*^ cuo» )>q^ v'*^> A.M.B. i. 414. 

Uifoo^col. 691. Dele "forte" and add: 
PL Georgians, Jab. 351. 2, 359. 12. Prob. 
men of Arzcmene, ib. 227. 3 a f . The lan- 
guage ofGurzan, Coupes ii. in. 

k* a V> P r °k- a miswriting of bo><x^ or 
^° ^ : )?»©? UfQ^/o^ hips* Med. 5°5- 20 - 



Uo»c^ usually Jooo*;^, a pip, seed, stone, 
I^cld i-aL^J ULtf ^ ts^go/" JJdicl^ cotton 
seed, Jab. 196. 4 but U&o^ ed. i. 177. 8, 
Ufco? J^*^, Med. 572. 2, 9, 578. 15. 

JjUjiq^ dialect of Tagrit, a plane, BR. 
under )Lld». 

lufcjta^ a village in Cilicia, BHChr. Eccl. 
783. 18. 

^* c ^ (? )*r^) som e cooling draught : the 
recipe contains grapes, cardamoms and crocus, 
Med. 300. 23. 

om^c^ pr.n.m. Pers. A.M.B. iii. 515. 

ii'oMtfc^ pr.n.m. Pers. the father of Mar 
Benjamin, Mar Benj. 69 n. 1. 

J^a^ Ar. x-li a body, corpse, Dion. 
193, 21, 215. 7. 

|uxa&*o^ col. 693. Pers. ^o <J^S a fillet, 

head-band, Mar Kardag 91 ult. marg. ^aXo*, 
and Abbeloos gives this word in the text of 
his edition* 101. 1. See DBB. Appendix 217 
under |&jtc^. 

«*ajjkc^ pr.n.m. Pers. A.M.B. ii. 648. 

?tjwi^,a^ Hoffmann corrects ?»JL» j,» a.^ 
Gusnyazdndh, Nold. ZDMG. xliv. 534 in Mar 
Kardag. 65. 1, 66. 5, 77. 8, A.M.B. ii. 636 
ult. = Pers. Mart. 68. 

i*9JLjj*G^pr.n.f. Pers. A.M.B. ii. 637 = 
Pers. Mart. 69, 1111, 

^ m 1 » fr*^ col. 693. Pers. ^^ A ^j-^-5 
a stallion, pr.n.m. Gushnasp, A.M.B. iv. 
229, Pers. Mart. n. 606, ZDMG. xliv. 673. 

;»ami»,Q^ pr.n.m. Pers. A.M.B. ii. 642 
= Pers. Mart. 69, nn. 

*,CLLa*,a^ pr.n.f. Pers. A.M.B. iv. 229 
= Pers. Mart. 25, n. 191. 

?Hfc^ci^pr.n.ra. Ters.Vahistazadh, martyr, 
Pers. Mart. 15, n. 100 = A. M. B. ii. 26, 
fjfc^c^ V+2D, Protection 52. 5. 

Aj»fc*.*,CL^ pr.n.m. Pers. Gushiasp, the 
protector of Zoroaster, Coupes ii. in. 

~la^ pr. n. m. Gyphthaios, Josephus vi. 
2n. 20. 



n£lA\o\^ 



( i 



T.V. 



|jU^(o? |jk>>) col. 694. 1. Geop. 64. 4 
for Kcyxpapifos the seeds within a fig, hence 
Jjlo^must be pi. of Jlc^/>t*Zp of a fruit, 
R. Duval. 

*> col. 695. a spoiler, Tekkaf 



1 12 



jj^col. 696. m. treasury. Eccles. the 
Geza or Gaza, a lax'ge service book containing 
hymns and anthems proper to festivals, J Jk^ 
JJ^oMo j?)4? Ukj^l I^do/; Brev. Chald. 
i. 286 lit., ib. 53 tit., )k^>? T l QdhamW. 
132. 12. L. 10 of par. the holy elements, add: 
^^j»cu ^tis^ )^>^o ^-^ )i4s ****** h, 
Takhsa 168. 6. Also f. Jj^, )Ky^ treasure, 
jca^kjto U*» lk^ ]l Coupes ii. 128. 12. 

JZajJ^col. 696. 2 af. Dele "male" and 
add : Jj*u*? aN- J^H^here the word seems 
to mean advocate, pleader, A.M.B. iv. 170. 

Jfcl*J^ col. 695 ult. Ar. A.)-a- poll-tax; 
Jab. 111 ult. and n., Dion. 10 ult. = P.O. ii. 
T04 quoted in Thes. See transl. 10. note 
for history of this tax; ib. 122. 4; JLtfL** 
Jk-J^J tax gatherers, ib. 124. 21, 128. 13. 

o jL col .698. Jj.^> JL^d truculent, audacious, 
Dion. 136. 12. 

>fcJL^. Il^Jcl^ col. 699, abs. st. >^oJL^ 
a tree-htump, Itewn-down tree, ^ojk-^ clj©* 
U*;Aa© Joo» ^^^a, ;m^?l^k S. Dan. 53 611; 
>v6jk^>o l&^ai JL~3 ib. 55 a 15. Gram. 
a radical form, B II. in Matt. vii. 21. 

fj^ Ethpa. *J^l( col. 700. 2) t€^lv((tB(u, 
11 recevoir une incision *\ Hippoc. vi. 26. Aph. 
'5^a*^ add : o»:tf>CL2.r> J^^jso 'llk^J" c?.a^ by 
grace words were granted to his mouth, Jos. 
Narses 8. 16; U.^ >L^£ U«-*> ^ El. Nis. 
Chron. 70. 7. To cut, cut short, act. part. 

Chron. Min. 56. 1 1. 

♦-i^ss' J^K> T ) <? ee ™ ed > add. ref. oo» ^j^ 
!S— {^£J3 )Lq.^d JumIi^ ^*X Josephus vi. 9. 
11. An executioner, Charms 79. 17, but 

\ .l '* _ f l-^, col. 701. 1) inhabitants of 
Al-Gezira, Mesopotawians, Dion. 69, 16, 



82. 9. 2) ]l^i* r ^ ^•*^ J ? l****^ ^ town 
guard, Chron. Min. 2. 21; beadles, guard, 
Jab. 242 pen. ; ZDMG. xxxv. 233. 

JltJL^ col. 702. an island. Place-names: 
Jitjl^ absol. the isles of the Persian Gulf, 
Ardai, Darai (these two names are probably 
variants), Deirin, Marmahig, Ituha, Taiwan, 
Toduru, Syn. Or. 34. 23, 37. 4. Also called 
)k.»>c*w Hfj^ib. 619. 9, opp. k*i*i*? JU'J^ 
isles of the Indian Ocean, 1. 12. 

J]^*jo>J^f. pi. var. %*Jol'i\^ islets, Jao. 
Edes. Hex. xix. ult. 

Ju*.^ or v<a-<"^ Ar. ^Lss-^a. the river 
Ptjranms, Tnscript. of 'Enesh, Journ. As. 
1900. 287. 3. 

JJL*.^ adj. from w^**^^ col. 703. ^;-^ 
JJjL^ leprosy of Gehazi, C.B.M. 605 a. 

^^ and mjI^ col. 703. Act. part. <***^ 
Chem. sparkling, as amalgam, Chimie 26. 18. 
Pass. part. ^-^^, ^>-^^, Jfc^-?^, pi- f- 
\&A'L**^ridiculous things, Manieheisme 98. 8. 
M^-T^ Ul ^? > a "^ ? l^^i Bui- Sap. Eth. 1. 7. 
Ethpa. *f»>^J*( n fl ex > ve with ^, to make 
himself ridiculous, ^L h- ri *+„^l.( , Pallad. 
165. 2. 

Ji^ot^ Ar. .^4- Mishna-Heb. nnA a cleft, 
cavern, Theod. bar Khoni ap. Coupes ii. 145. 
i, 5; Nlild. WZKM. xii. 359. 

)L-1-^ col. 704. expectoration, jajJL )u»f 
oa.^J3o Jtl^, Med. 200. 12, 216. 19; pi. 
jLl^ <u diroxpefi^^i Hippoc. iv. 47, vii. 56. 

^a^*A*^ [A(]-yu7TTOff. Egypt, Act. Apost. 
Apoc. \&. Cn 

f-^r*-^* * ne ^ m * r J a jak, son-in-law of 
Hulagu, Jab. 186. 3 and 3 af. 

l^-*^^-^ peril, a suburb of Antioch or 
a neighbouring village, ki^X^.^^ o- V l \ & 
Juscu^jI? ^*L ^Ok?, Jo. Tell. 73. 9 =Vit. 
M'on. 87. 20. 

•JL^col. 707. denom. \erb from )i.-L^. 
Add: to hew down, Is. Ant. ii. 270. 11. 
Ethpa. wI-4J^* to be hmvn down, Ju^Ji ^o 
t .*<JS-^ ib. 266 antep. 



K'.T.i^ 



nfiAi^ 



j**.^ a nerve, col. 707. 3 fibrous roots, add : 
Loaooj^ J?-!^ )+*X (Jk*a^) may the vine 
send rootlets downwards, Act. Apost. Apoc. 
•— *- 14. 

r-*-^ ior jL*j t ^.^ sinewy, Kj*-*-^ po?ot 
a sinew, Med. 26. 6; pi. 98. 2; jici\»,Ia& 
w#-L^y paralysis, ib. 136. 18. 

Jlaj^a^^ col. 707. sinewy, ^a-^j*-*^ ^ 



(wo»q.cljI), But. Sap. Econ. iii. 3 ; nervous, of 
the nature of a nerve, .* tL ^X *±»£? Ji^w 
Ulll^p J***© «o»ol^{?, Med. 78. 5. 

kjoi-jk-^ (l' 01 -^?) volley of Gehenna ^\j 
+±^ of Mt. Elpeph, now Jebel Maklub, Mar 
Bassus 195. 

IJcl*.^ col. 708. koKoios, a jackdaw, Greg. 
Carm. ii. 23. 15. 

col. 689. See under *cl^. 
col. 708. end of par. Metaph. 
a Gihon = full stream, y d-**— ^-^ >^-i»r? 
Jlcua^oj, Is. Nin. B. 46. 1. 

ts^)wi ol^.ws-^ like Gihon, flowing freely, 
ItLAm&lScMD V ^[joL^^jloiving freely and 
uninterruptedly, Chald. Brev. 424. 

JuJeuim^adj. from Gihon, JJUcw^ ] lost op 
Jw*>_^>o Gihonic and Nilonic rivers, Babai 
3 « 2. 

>floci.\.^ 1) y/Xa>f, a ridiculous thing, 
Greg. Carm. 100.6. 2) col. 709. i. q. )m%\)L^ 
and jlnaN^. a monkey, Kal-w-Dim. 243. 9. 

cv^^oNa^ the first part of this name 
must be a mistake, the context and note show 
that sf^z^Jilu is meant, A.M.B. i. 417. 
Written q£^a^ ib. pen. 

Li .^..^ for JlJcL4» Gehenna, BHCarm. 
Proem. 3. 2. 

li*^ Pers. ^jU- soul, life, pr.n.m. Gina, 
Doc. Mon. 171. 6; 267. 4, 311. 2. 

»&.£&;*> U-U^ Pers. A-~*. ^l*. or janavaspar, 
soul-devoted or self- sacrificing, name of a 
picked corps of cavalry, Jesus-sabran 535. 11, 
Nokl. in loc. WZKM. xi. 187. 

Genoa, Jab. 67. 1. Bedjan corrects 



ui*^ var. ^i-*w9 China, porcelain, Jab. 
145 ult. and note. 

umuI-*-^ pr. n. m. Gaianos or Caianus, 
a Phantasiast, Sev. Ant. Vit. 286. 1. 

(^■a-^^ corrupt. ^a^^t U>**» Chiuiie 36. 20, 
Jua*^^ ib. 15. 6 where the Cambridge MS. 
has ] 3^9 ) pitch ; 289. 11 af. 

J«-a^ col. 710 med. Add: cf. Ar. *\j& 
R. Duval. Correct ret*. BH. in Jes. xliv. 13. 

U-*<^ for J*j^ an arrow, Josephus vi. 5. 2. 

"^s.^ co1 - 7 11 * ^ ael ^^-4» t0 raise 

toaves, make vibrations, JL*o»o ^\ \ ^ao »{JJ 

r - 1 -n v violent rains from the frigid zone 
agitate the air and cause wind, N. Hist. v. 
3. 1. 2) perh. denom. from JA^s^ to dig a 
holloio for rain water, kvk\co cptaXovv, Geop. 83. 
29. Eth palpal , ^^^ir 3) to leaver, to be 
blown away, cn-Nft* o».u*> ch^ \^^liJio 
jLoa^jso? if a king disregard justice the name 
of kingship will slide off him and leave that of 
tyrant, Jul. 34. 27. 

Jl^d^Med. 91. 10: see l^^^- 

lUs^^ c °l- V x 3- 4* l ) ^ ie wfwel, instrument 
of torture, A.M.B. v. 534. Add: 8) a stone 
rolling in a groove, to close a tomb, oJb*a3 

Ji^O w^>Is^> ^>+^L£D* U'*-£* 1^5^' Act. 

Apost. Apoc. **->. 13, Geiger in loc. ZDMG. 
xxvi. 800. 



col. 713. ref, 
the turning sphere of the heavens, BHCarm. 
36. 12, 

JuaL^^ Chimie 50. 20. Correct |uo\Z\^ 
as MS. B. little rolls, twists or pellets. 

^w^^col. 713. round. F. em ph. [l^NA^ 
prob a round hut, )fcN,N»\^o»^ » n .. V Pal lad. 
396. 19. PI. )]iW':N^ rmmd pepper 'cor 11s, 

Med. 59. 8, opp. ]a^)1^3 1. 5; ib. 83 

ult., 89. 18, 90, 2, 138. 7. 

Uh£^4> from 1^^ pulsating, fluctuating, 
Med. 41. 15. 

|i^4^ tidal, l£&^ $69*; N. Hist, 
iv. 5- 3- 

JlsX^o col. 715. Add: a roller, bandage, 
JfcL^o ^L or U*-S ^ ~a-£ Med. 
61. 18. 



2716 



M-.S* \ g^^J^oo net in /notion as waves, 

Juoo» JJj/ i©;.*^£ 2/*e hearing of sounds is 
caused by the impact of air -waves against the 
orifice of the ear, But. Sap. Philos. 6. 3 ; 
N. Hist. viii. 3. 3 bis. 

JLcu^^^Jbo© f. rolling motion of water, 
N. Hist. iv. i. 2; of air, ib. viii. 3. 1; 
Philos. 6. 3. 

J^V* i". Gellala, a monastery in Qardu. 
Cha.st. 8. 17, 10. 2 ; on tbe Lesser Zab, Act. 
Maris 42. 3 and n. Perb. i. t\. *%^L^ l*S£ 
q.v, Pers. Mart. 261. f. 

JL^ Pass, part, cob 717. b 5 of par. 
*** Jl^» openly, publicly, Syn. Or. 18. 2; 
Bar Sud. 94. 

)l.Iq.\.^ col. 719. a captor , pursuer of 
fugitives, ref. Dion. 127. 4, 152. 18, 19. 

JfcU^4s* or )^*^4s, a ford; under jJ.N^- 
cob 720. 6 of par. Ref. Jl^X^ j^m\ JjL* 
pV? J*~ Anecd. Syr. ii. 73. 16. 

JL^ col. 716. stubble, grass. UoJlf JL^ 
snake-grass, Med. 575. 7, 585. 13. 

JL^ cob 716. 2) a tortoise, m. but f. 
Kal-w-Dim. 75. 14. m. b 18; f. 76 several 
times. JjoJ ^jo Jj^ a river tortoise, Med. 
198. 15; a turtle, Cbimie 6. 17; Juaal^? Jl^ 
Natur 60. 7, U^^f 114, ib. 1. 9 ; |^Tf Jl^ 
Med. 86 pen., 87. 1 ; 148. 6, 584. 13. A battle 
formation, testudo, — \ -s q- N of?^_^ 
JIJ^ **©»? ^j QL.\ m p Jos. Styb 48. 6; o.s>^c 
la*J3> Jl^ Lo»^ .o»-Okj'i La^k ib. 62. 10. 

«£0&3cjl^ )/Xau£, yXavAcoy, an owl, N. Hist, 
vii. 4. 3. Cf. aco^oll^col. 722. 

•■floasjl^a carnivorous bat, N. Hist. vii. 4.1. 

fcflo-olj^ yXanf, ^/ie shad, N. Hist, vii. 4. 5. 

*.m.*^^A^ojl^(sic) yakaKTirris \i9os, galactite, 
Cbimie 8. 11. 

*a^^ cob 722. the Gallab river, Ar. 9L, 
to tbe East of Edessa, it runs into the Balikh 
and that again into tbe Euphrates, Jos. Styb 
57 antep., transl. 49 n. 

)>^\^> col. 723. a scourge; l^N^ft.-> 
v^nT ^T A.M.B. i. 286. 6. stripes, Chron. Min. 
247. i ; BHChr. Eccb 325. 3. 



)s^£cl^ cob 724. staphyloma, protrusion 
of part of the eyeball, Med. 83. 12; and so 
correct JL^cl^ ^-*? oJi J^-^^ +J>, ib. 
91. 10. 

Jjo«^^diinin. of )tN^ m a pellicle, Cbimie 
34. 9- 

Ui^^ col. 725. 1) leathery, name of a 
kind of onion, Jac. Edes. ap. Nold. F. S. 
i- 575- 

cl^^ cob 725. i. q. qu^a^ Jil'u. 

)ila^^ a man of Jilu, Charms 31. 2. 

-ft -POP 

^A^c£k^ perh. Ar. ^^s^U sesame, a remedy 
for scorpion sting, Med. 578. 13. See Dozy, 
Suppl. 205. 

w£»o.^^ Assyrian Gallu with Greek ending ; 
a well-known demon, Charms 84 ; Protection 
64, JAOS. xv. 288. 

%a>abk^Sind. 14. 1 1 for tfioci^*^, Jbflft\.»^ 
etc. an ape. 

*fioa.^»4s name of a I'iver near Damascus, 
A.M.B. iii. 343. 6. 

E ^ u ^ ft - Nv - ^ alternative spelling of 
),axA-xp<\..\ ^ col. 726. Mand. Gram, xxx, 
S. Fraenk. ap. ZA. ix. 9. A chest, coffin, 
Anecd. Syr. 80. 2, 83. 18, U— >? J^ci^dcl^^ 
ib- 93- 3> 97- 26 > U©»?? Ui£*>c£^ib. 99. 2 ; 
C.B.M. 491 a 23. 

JjL^flbcu^-^col. 726. m. pi. sandal wood, 
marg. ^y* .£ l^fo^lo o» N. Hist. iii. ii. 
sect. 2. 

luaspoLS,^ cob 126. PI. Jj£»cl^^ BHGr. 
i. 34. 3 ; ).<■'» y* \& rincL^^ for (rikiyviov, fine 
whealen meal, Pallad. 131. 15, Med. 181. 6; 
used for a plaster, ib. 146. 2, 375, 7; JaioocL^^ 
jJLttOo*) U«^ oo»> ib. 1. 9. 

.cu£a^k^ cob 727. glaucium, the juice of 
a plant, prob. the Horned Poppy, Glaucium 
corniculatum, Med. 85 ult., 148. 14, 149. 6, 
419. 18; » d^oo^^ Ul^i ib. 146. 12. But 
cf. next entry. 

.oLuOo^^ ()^LiJ&) col. 7 2 7- a salve made 
from must, add ref. Med. 53. 21. 

^eu;.oa^^ Dele " Forte" &c. and put 
yXvKvppiCa, liquorice. 



IB.* 



col. 728. (TTc'prja-is absence, 
one of Aristotle's three principles, BH. 
Hebraica iii. 251. 1, Tim. i. ed. Braun 8; 
opp. JloJi t&s, ojL^p cu±x>? *Oti dc 7 
<rT€pr)(Tis teal e£ir, Cat. Ar. Jac. Edes. 16 med. ; 
N. Hist. iii. pt. 6 ; ^S» J^iao JI^aS Jlojui^ 
Uk+ LoJL^^ioojLs Jk*uX»? JLoJL^^j simple 
deprivation is a part of special deprivation 
such as the loss of sight, ib. Philos 



2. x. 



PlN^ 



col. 728. . Pa; wi*^^ to expose, show 
plainly, V»*ju**»£0 fc^US^woi w*i£^p *-X^ 
Ebed J. ZDMG. xxix. 501; v©l£© 
^^4* ^°®»? JL^^joX id. Card. 17. 9 

i^« \ ^m. pi. ^,N»^o JJb^^x» (sic) Jial 
^**^\^o conjugations are set down and ex- 
plained in the parts of speech, C. B.M, 1 180 b- 

1^^^ col. 729. Anecd. Syr. iii. i. 208. 
10; Ahrens suggests U^^ and compares 

l)V^> Mishna r&p, r\)nbp, D*mr6p, and nrbp 

like Ka\a6o^ the panels of a vaulted roof, spaces 
between the ribs. 



mentioned in a list of heretics, 
A.M.B. ii. 150. 

J.—X^ col. 724. ice, crystal. )lcf.,?*.«.j» 
)»« ^<^v Koof ? the crystalline humour of the 
eye, Med. 68. 13, 15, 69. i6 f 

*ap o«\ ^ usually U^J^ and 1*^^ Gaul, 
Jul. 7. 25. 

tttQLu!^ perhaps Gallia, Gaull ^ }^*^J 
UU ^cu^, Theod. Mops, in Jo. 328. 10. 



col. 730. r<i\€o?, a kind of shark, 
Ar. FischN. 74. 

Jt^4» col. 730. antep. This quotation is 
from the Testament of S. Ephrem but 



Overbeck 143. 5 has J*< 



, galearius. 



soldiers servant, camp-follower ; <n; - ^ - 
>lcia^j»f Jul. 132. 6, 158, 2r, Tekkaf 252. 

Ho»*!S>4» C °I* 73 l - camp followers, rabble, 
Is. Ant. i. 286. 2. 

Ka&^^ col. 731. One of the outlying parts 
°f a monastery, perhaps a stone quarry, 
k**oio Juls*a l^N^ Anecd, Syr. ii. 204. 25. 

\a*m^^ name of a kingdom, Kal-w-Dim. 
317- 2r. 



Jl^^o^ col. 732. a date stone, JlS^cl^ 
Ji^»r? Med. 580. 12. 

t - S ^A . ^ i. q. Jjs^a^, gloss, to Jljdo^ 
Jsaol? BA. Cod. Goth. 2970. 

*ft.\^ col. 732. 1) Metaph. a^ei^.^ 
yO.T^k ^ao f^^-^v strip off envy from your 
hearts, Nars. ed, Ming. ii. 397. 5 a af. Act. 
part. |l&^ ^^4*? U*>©/ a gem-engraver, 
Pallad. 118. 6. 2) i.q. &^Lo to shell, husk. 
Pass. part. <aA^, pi. f. ^V»>v^ )bcLiLa», 
husked sesame, Kal-w-Dim. 179. 3 ; ^°i*\^)J» 
in the pod, 1. 4, 181. 6, 8. Ethpe. «ftS!^7* 
to be scraped, A^j^ja Jfci&*il. )l9JLo ^i 
sandalwood scraped against a sharp stone 
Kal-w-Dim, 22. 19. 

iaXo^m. a wing, pinion, lLvi>? o^a^c^, 
Med. 593. 6, JL^ttf <h4^<4^, ib. 1. 8. 

\A N»^ i. q. (lsL^Lo. m. pi. metal scales, 
Chimie 257 n. 2, 258 n. 2. 

JkJ^k^ for Jfcla^Lo. f. shell of a crab, 
Natur 51. 4. 

[ A.Sfc,\ ^ col. 733. a feather, a wing; 
tiftNJ^ *Id( v apply all round with a feather , 
Med. 163. Idiom or proverb UfrN^ ^c «£» 



ot f ^\a\ %**( o^Lf he is caught in his own 
feathers, Sev. Lett. 14. 

j^L^ col. 733. Pa. jX^, Ar. ^JU to 

contract, wrinkle, Nbld. ap. GGA. 1882, p. 
J 5°9 5 jX^ ^ )l^\ ^ k-df? that thou 
shouldest not shrink from insidt, Ephr. ed. 
Jjumy i. 281 pen. 

yi^ col. 734. to lop off, cut down to the 
roots. Add refs. Iul^P )^g^» o»^, Jos. 
Styl. 58. 2, 3. Pass. part, yjci jZ*>o j**3^ 
op&ac^, Is. Ant. ii. 262. 4. 

Ethpa. part, yxa&^oo cut short, completed, 
ceased, }}£ » rn ocilfr. W* llVi^lltott '^-o 

N. Hist. iv. 4. 

JlVuTftV^feoaD f. extinction, l&L*kxs.^J& 
U,?^, N. Hist. v. 5. 2. 

Ua^ yw a > letter y, C.B.M. 594 a. 
J«j»a^, c5«>U-»» Gumada, an Arab month, 
\li~} If-^a^, Kl, Nis. Chron. 64. 2. 



^ col. 735. Add: to 2 )ress smooth, 
]i^ oS. *^, Op. Nest. 159. 22. Pa. ^4, 
to be shameless. Part. )»>r>^o J> avaifevopcvri 
sc. <f>avTa<Tia t shamelessly, impudently, A.M. 13. 
v. 158. 2. Aph. «-Jso^r^dd: v.i^J" »J 
impudently, Sev. Ant. Vit. 102. 8; Stat. 
Schol. Nis. 25. 18. 

]Lo?ck:A.^f. pressing smooth, mangling as 
clothes, Op. Nest. 159. 21 in Eph. v. 27. 
Quoted under l^a-S col. 3646. 

JLaa^col. 736. r 1 of par. the King-beam, 
a beam, rafter, JL^fcC^ )La^L*x^, Natur 53. 
12 ; )i^? 1^*^ tlw roof-beams of the church, 
Brief Xti to8. 18. 8, 22. 

JLd^ pi. tf^^j l^iX^Q.^ a lar 9 e ki n d °f 
ant, Op. Nest. 146. 18 in Matt, xxiii. 24. 

JtV f.N.v^ f. camel-herding, so correct for 
Jfc^a*^, BHChr. Eccl. 263. 2. 

^aa^col. 737. rvv^ph I^sa4a» a sinking 
feeling, nausea in pregnancy, N. Hist. vii. 
5. 2 bis. 

)jl'v^^ f. a handful, cf. Ar.LcU^., Chimie 
99. 10. 

-*^ col. 738. jl^ia^. Add: f. a mouth- 
ful, chunk, [a!** l*o*? IS-*/ ]ls^f Jt-'*^ f U° 
ot^± he put a large chunk in his mouth and 
perhaps it was thai which choked him, Kal-w- 
Dim. ed. Pick. 85. 7. 

«j*L^ Ethpe. ^sa^L/ add : to be initiated, 
ou^yN ,«l\p o*a^j7 cTc\t<rOr)<rm\ " furcnt 
inities," Coupes ii. 128. 23, Oosmog. Maniche- 
enne 26 n. 1. Pacl i^^ co ^ 739- 3) a( ^ : 

C. C. ^>C, J^iJSO yOCHliO «-*^^ JjSO^k? M norc 

anaWd^rj air avrcov Kvptos, Hex. Ex. xix. 2 2. 

To pull up, root out, €KTiX\€tv y Oeop. 99. 7. 
4) denoin. from JLicLaa^. to parch, broil, 
]jot3 j,vi^v> Cambridge MS. of Chimie 104 r 
and passim., WZKM. x. 135. 

I^^jq^ prob. mistake for [IfOLXi^fidJil- 
ment, opp. Jill© ajigure of speech, U^soo^c^ 
Jijls ^jx>, Ephr. ed. Lamy i. 555. 20 u praefer- 
enda est realitas Jiguris." 

JlAcocu^ pi. JS^^U^ col. 741. 2) red, 
inflamed pustules, on the eye, Med. 77. 21; 
Jooo2>? (J.*»CLA,f JwooL , ib. 538. t. 



J.-LjUaxi^ carbonaceous, sooty, N. Hist, 
v. 4. 3. 

Jst^a^f ]t»CLX name of a monastery, Chast. 
45. 2, 61. 17, 18. 

Ju«j*a.^ surname of^y*Lj* Bishop of^**L, 
preface to DBB. 3. 5. 

Jfcs^jjsa^ (Jii^o) perh. adj. from )£»4j 
a mode of writing practised in that monastery, 
El. Nis. 96. 6. 

[ m „ np> ^ i.q. J^ldLaa-^ col. 741. Pers. 
^-.iTand yJ^AS-. pi. )u£L»^. A buffalo, 



Charms 99. 9, 15, 18. 20; J.aJoo^ JjoL 
buffalo btdls, Gest, Alex. 212. 2. 

^^. )ictij.i.^v> col. 744. 3) protection, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 245. 11. 4) continuance JJ001 

existence is the continuance of the species such 
as the human, N. Hist. iii. cap. 1. 

Jjl^ Pael oJL^ col. 745. Act. part. m. pi. 
c. c. X of the pers. » f *a^o ^x^aa they 
bring blame and sluime, Joseph us vi. 7. 10. 

JJL>c£^ col. 746. 3. Add : a couch, bed, 
Hist. Mon. i. 226 ult. 

ku^ col. 746 end of par. PI. f. JkJl^ 
Ar. ^&- a jinn, h*2>h*» mJcla^ Jl^Ju^^ she set 
up images of jinns in the market-place, Jac. 
Sar. Horn. iii. 799. 8. 

i.11,1^? col. 747, PI. JXLL^*> conduct 
deserving blame, Kal-w-Dim. 130. 12. 

oi^. Pass. part. *aw*l^ surreptitious, 
deceptive, J^i^ |l.y>^nr>( false appearances, 
Pallad. 99, 3, 202. 19. 

JuLa^ pr.n.m. Mar Ganiba, Chast. 40. 12, 
55. 14, 15, 56. 7. Protection 52. 8. 

♦A^pr.n.m. Doc. Mon. 164. 18. 

J>*-L^ a round vessel, Lexx. under JJ«-o 
col. 1680. 

*r»<x^joJL^ correct ^oq^^dcuI^^ pr.n.m. 
Ganymede, Arist. Apol. ^. 3. 

I^icijl^ col. 750. Add : mark, character, 

Mon. 84. 25 = Jo. Tell. 69. 19. 
Charms 10. 19. 



CDOru^QDCU.V < 



p^AuOo^ 



kflo oa-iw^-m qlI.^ yvcoariKos, visually written 
with L Having the powers of a seer, Hist* 
Mon. i. 36. 18. PL Qja-.^a>a±^p JoCfcJo© 
celebrated for wisdom, Bar Penk. i. note 3 
= Journ. As. 1907, 169. 

^v\ ^ (Y * r> ^ ^ col. 750. yucoaiSy a schedule. 
An inventory, C.B. M. 1. 236. 

jll^ col. 750. Aph. JLl^J 7 to conceal, \Z)Uo 
yOo»LjL ^& yOoM^j oJLL^r V, Is. Nin. B. 
66. 5. 

JUi^col. 751. a mysterious being, a spirit, 
k*x*? )^i^the spirit of the sea, Kal-w-Dim. 
ed. Bick. 25. 1, 18, 19, spirit of the air, 11. 
17, 19; Jic^? Jj^t^ib. 74. 21. 

**JU-^, l3*^ Gazna or Siz, a town near 
Maragha in Azerbaijan, Phet. 30. 4, Pers. 
Mart. 248 sqq., n. 564, ZDMG. xliii. 398. 14. 

^oJLL^ Ganzkan, an officer in the army of 
Sapor I, M. Z. 34. 46. 

wi^ col. 751. to sigh, groan, w-o^ ^«Jjo 
his mind was sorrotvful, Cyrillona 566 antep., 
uo^o^N ib. 568. 8. Act. part. ^>aJo w-i^, 
Natur 10. 8. 

ULL^ col. 752. \ m kSi w-Jl-^ Kaphivyixos, 
Hippoc. iv. 18. 65, palpitation, Med. 262. 
12, 21, 263. 5 &c, BH. de PI. 109. Metaph. 
terror, horror, Anecd. Syr. ii. 19. 14. 

Ji'oM^a^ col. 752 f. terrible nature, Sev. 
Lett. 143. 12, Anecd. Syr. ii. 54. 12. 

JL^a^ and luN*fra^ Lat. gentilis, gentile, 
foreign, JLl^L^J JJclaW" A.M.B. iii. 285. 
3, 10; U^sl^i^ (Jfixao) marg. TevTtXtoi, Sev. 
Ant. Hymns 153 tit., C.B.M. 332 a. 

Jiil^i^ col. 753. Gentiana, gentian, refs. 

Med."4 9 . 9, !9> 50- 8 , 5*- 6> *3> i-q- l^» 
Uoif, ib. 264. 16. 

vo^ pr. n.m. Gani, founder of a monastery 
in Beit Aramaye, Chast. 8. 14, 17. 20. 

*al^, Uai^col. 754. 1. 2. PI. Uaii^ 
genera, kinds, \ 1 rr> ii ^ : JtouL lli o.2£o^ 
U-o£ 1J?, Nars. ed. Ming. ii. 185. 7 af. 

*aal^ col. 754. denom. verb Pael conj. 



Christ our kinsman, of our race, Poet. Syr. 
98. 15. 

jLaLJLm-i^ col. 785. generality, generic 
characteristics, opp. jLQ^l.-^n ana Ji n ,* 1 + )( 
specific character and universality y But. Sap. 
Philos. 7. 1. 

)i'ciipni.^feoo f. being of the same genus, But. 
Sap. Philos. 2. 5. 

Book of the Higher Wisdom, by Evagrius, 
C. B. M. 445 b, 7706. 

)».9>,tt\ L.^ i. q. )r°>.fifi^ col. 758. angles, 
sharp edges of hailstones, Dion. 194. 20. 

j»c^k&I^ col. 775. colocynth pulp, refs. 
Med. 50. 5, 51. 23, 52 bis, 136. 20, 137 bis. 
Cf. under jo^ above. 

luil^col. 756. Heb. PTC&n T3 Nold. Gram. 
§ 142. The sciatic nerve; sciatica, Hippoc. 
iii. 2i, vi. 56, 57, Med. 48. 19, 50. 5. 

Jfcsj^, a^JU»» Janiyeh, a village 15 miles 
NNW. of Jerusalem, Pleroph. 39. 8 and n., 
R.O.C. iii. 252. I. q. JiV^ ib. 23. 10 and 
E.O.C. xiii. 186 in loc. 

»«^ Aph. »aa^( col. 736. denom. verb 
from ixci^ the side, K. Duval. To lie down, 
recline, add : n.v>o^v>N *m^( he took his 
place on a couch for supper, Act. A post. Apoc. 
^jo>9; Uo;^.^ ^^f he lay dow7i in bed, 
Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 73. 8, fc^*»t >m^o 
Ud;Jk- 1. 9 ; o»2^^-^. |JQQ ^? Anecd. Syr. ii. 
223. 2, 3; ^00* ^*m^o o»g,^ tve were 
lying down indoors, Jos. Styl. 29. 10. 

ILcuoi^a*^. f. extravagance, squandering, 
Syn. Or. 226. 5. Cf. Ua^riches col. 757 2). 

tao^ col. 757. 3) to pour forth, \\*o£ 
J*o*J *^o »asL>o *^^ Ephr. Jos. 120. 9, 
125. 7. Pa. w^a.^ to belch, vomit, add; refs. 
J£^ ^^J Jl Natur 17. 8; U^T v / 
)&jLi\: j&m^Med. 284. 14. 

JkLxo^col. 758. f. eructation, disgorging, 
ref. Hippoc. vi. 1, 32; pi. JfclLao^, Med. 
284 bis, mis-written Jfc*m^ 1. 8; Ephr. Ref. 
i. 28. 9, 15, 24, 47. 



rdjJSOfla^ 



78 



K'li-V^ 



jJLscifift^col. 758. yrj 2(ifila 9 Samian earth 
talc, Med. 207 ter, 208 bis, 209. 2, 413. 2, 
1. q. \**\ct> i^'fi q. v. 

^.mno^ yjjs da-Trjp, talc, Med. 205. 13. 

{■» >^4a> P ers - u!;/' a remedy. ^jl^m^ 
K.I ) 09 |L^k-^o? for indigestion, Med. 307. 

17/18. 

»q— •JlJ^^ Taios or Va'iavos, Caius (Nau), 
a noble of Sebaste in Palestine, Pleroph. 

127.8. 

t£0cc^^ probably Gyas, a hundred -banded 
giant. Here one of many names of a female 
demon, Charms 84 = Protection 64. 

N ^0^* J IVAN^y-^ col . 7 6 1 . commendation , 
committal, add : Apis. t*-£. 1 2 ; the com- 
mendatory prayer at the end of the liturgy, 
E. Sal. in Lit. 94. 20. 

V^^ col. 761. to vomit; kooJS^^cu*, 
kJL.il o Jt^lao, Epbr. ed. Lamy i. 681. 26, 
BHCarm. 135. 7. 

j.aa \,^ col. 762. vomiting, retching. PI. 
[.aLx^, Med. 31. 18, 44 bis, 224. 20, 282. 11, 
289. 8. 

v*jfco>^ Gatani, a monastery on the road 
to Tagrit, built to succour travellers, Patr. 
Or. iii. i. 32. 10, 1 1. 

sa^col. 763. to fish, catch, JiV-f* ^4* 
IJuj^Io [ vi,L\, ^Lo;oi-o>, M. Z. 216. 8. 

Aph. »a^( to set close together, cf. N. Keb. 
W. B. P|DA. ua&^o^D ooot ^2la^.v> )^*>oc*» 
the soldiers locked their shields, Joseph us vi. 
24. 11. 

A-5^, J-A-^ c °l- 7° 3- a fathom ; refs. 
.^a3^ ^»;m\, Nest. Clirest. 121 ult., A^7 
^sU^i 000 fathoms, Ahikjir »md. 13. 

»a^, kSl-^ for l-^-^ side *l .0^ *, \JL 
JLa^ .©©m*JS^> J*~ ^*^ om*cl» M^ marrow 
of the spinal column is diseased on both sides, 
Med. 113. 11. 

IuA^ col. 764. a winged creature, JJ&4* 
^Za?, N. Hist. viii. 3. 1 infra. 

Jk^a^ Gapitha, a village of Marga, M. Z. 
187, 50. 



^a.^ col. 764. Correct: denom. verb Pael 
conj. fiKao-ToXoye'ip, to pick off young shoots, to 
disbud a vine. Inf. )u&«Ji caSi^oX, Geop. 

14. n; to disbud an olive, 1. 18, 35. 12; 

\^JLm. ^1*1 kJi.2> Jk^flO ^.OCHf Uo ^OS^tt 

ib. 32. 19. Ethpa. ^a^l( to be disbudded, 
^jl&^J^J J^L]^a^o9 Jl^bo? grafted plants 
should be disbudded, lit. places where eyes have 
been inserted should have shoots rubbed off*, 
Geop. 15. 15, ^-La^sM* ^-^^1? )■» ib. 72. 
16, 81. 28. 

Ud cT^ col. 764. in. propagation by layers 
or cuttings, layering; Kfnwrpa>cri9_, Geop. 14. 
11. 13; Uaa^^oiobL*/ Hl^aS the cultivation 
of vines is by means of layering, ib. 81. 27, 28. 
But the word seems to mean disbudding, 
^'iU Jiac^, ib. 14. 25; kOiit Udc^, ib. 

15. 12, 32. 19. 

JfcLsdi^N.-Syr. cheese, jfcLaol^ ** ^ N. ■? 
Jl£a*b*jL, Med. 569. 4, 577. 22. 

J 14^ and Kl^a, i* °r )t4* co ^ 7^6. lime, fine 
white plaster, J*^o \&\*£> built of stones 
and plaster, Gest. Alex. 138. 14, 146. 12; 
Hist. Mon. i. 124. 9; J!)^ 00*? )i*x», A.M.B. 
ii. 439 pen., Jjcw J^, Chimie 4. 13, Jj^ 
JL»o J>\^ we make a paste of lime and 
vinegar, Med. 65. 12, 602. 20. 

Jl-I-^ plastered ? Name of a church, Jab. 
215 ult. 

JjO*^ beans, Lexx. under JIfcu* col. 1372, 
under ^»*m& col. 3199. Cf. )n&^ ?ol. 688. 

jl-^scab, Lexx. under )Uo^, col. 779. 

ofcsji^s* now ?^W^s* Mongol name of the 
river Jagatai, the Persian name is >o^»oo, 
Jab. 152. 4 af. 

^^ col. 766. to drag up, to beach a ship. 
Act. part, fj^ Jud. v. 17, Ephr. i. 314. E in 
loc. To drag at, to tear, add : »^ft,N, J^o, 
Dion. 34. 2. With t £i add : astron. to be inter- 
calated, inserted, %*!»,) oifk** v^W ® VS** 
six intercalary hours, lit. six hours dragging 
after the year, Gcorg. Arab. 25. 24. 

JfZ^col. 768. dragging up, beaching a ship, 
iaXj? o»u^ I^^J.^o?! o*Z^J^o, Odes of Sol. 
ii. 284. 



Ji-^Ar iSj^ to run down, melt, flow, act. 
part. W.xijI y+( [l+^it is of the consistency 
of melted wax, Chimie 97. 1. Jc&sq? %£4> 
yOo>-*iiif, correct ^1*^, Ephr. ed. Lamy 
iii. 193. 

J£^ col. 769. 5 of par. to urge, incite, 
Act. part. JL^, Jo. Tell. 75. 12; ^Jlo^A^ 
©oo» *— »^^ j^ojfcu^ yt I fin ^^_^oi.^>, Pallad. 
762. 15. 

Juli d^ col. 770. exhortation, ^o )u**<a.^ 
h*( **jjtt, " Paraeneses Mar Abae," Ephr. ed. 
Lainy iv. 88. 7. 

K-^ col. 770. f. jfcL**^ a lions whelp. 
PI. f. JLoS^, Is. Ant. ii. 328. 5. 

oZ-^ A ph. o;-^( col. 771. to become 
leprous. Causal otfc^I^j the covetousnees of 
Gehazi made him leprous, Ephr. ed. Lamy iv. 
237. 4 af. 

i^i^col. 772. Add: PL Uȣ^ stone jars 
for oil, Jac. Edes. Hex. xliii. 5. Perh. Ar. 
vjb^ej. a sword-belt, sash, ^?Lcfz\ Jj^j JlSs^ 
ia^jso precious sword-belts Jit for a king, Jab. 
1 43. 9, 152. 5. But cf. Jo*a^col. 690. 

GLoaj^^^ name of a village, mentioned 
soon after Beit Aphthonia, Doc. Mon. 200. 18. 

^j^col. 773. Pali *^^ to clash, knock, 
\OoM»Oia^o ^^^o birds clash their beaks, 
Cans. Cans. 255. 2. 

J 4 -* ^^ c °l« 775- r - ni - pL Gregoria7is, 
i. q. Julianists, BHChr. Eccl. 299. 18. 

J^ Q W^> 4 Vi/ rroi '> a grape-stone. PL grapes, 
Galen 240; (boaL^^ jsL^Med. 240. 3, 
241. 16. Cf. Jooo^. 

U^oa^t^ Aiab. A.^fwL^, the people of the 
Lebanon, now called Maronites, and, by the 
Byzantines, MapSatrai, Nold. ap. ZDMG. xxix. 
82 n., Sachau Hist. Geogr. Syriens ii. 

J**^^ col. 775. Kruca sativa, a colewort, 
add refs. Med. 86. 8 ; jLj^^Jl ib. 582. 10. 
^ v *j~**/o» ib. 603. 1. 

^Q.^OL^.^pr.n.m. Pers. A.M.B. iv. 145. 

**-^ col. 776. Imper. ?oj_^ scrape off, 
Chimie 38. 7. 51. 1. 2) To dissolve, ^ ^ 
**i£x %aJ? m>)l black bile dissolves the 



earth on uhich it falls, Med. 13. 13; J;aJ 
foU^ [i]^f ib. 554. 14. Ethpe. tL^L/" 
col. 777. 1 of par. Dele ** the verb is 

!-i^> )r*i^ RV*r^ co1 - 776 infra. 1) 
threadbare, )Uj*^? a^X Is. Ant. ii. 332 ult. 
Articulate, distinct, clear, ^*?*o m^J f *b£ ty 
^Xsqj he could not articulate distinctly and 
intelligibly. Pet. Ib. 41. 23; JIV-?^ Ifc^^ 
\L>y& \ik& ^£f, A.M.B. v. 424. 16. 

^-*Ir-*r^a> distinctly, with *j&/* Pet. Ib. 
42. 16 ; Anecd. Syr. ii. 270. 1. 

H^m. abraded membrane, pi. Ju^L^f )?#^, 
Med. 406. 10; JJ^ ib - t«"> sing. ib. bis, 
pi. 407 bis. 

R?*^ col. 777. Add ; 3) a scrap, scraping, 
J4J J,U? jl'^Med. 292. 15; Ju^ ? r )l',^ 
a brass filing, Chimie 240 n. 2. 

o»«^ Ar. C*. ajar, Chimie 7. 6. 

JL.fi^ Ar. J^^sw a great camel, JL*f*^ 
\J>9 s^o JUo^ fcwoo/" But. Sap. Cnp. 4, 
sect. 3. 

U-?^ name of a monastery near Antioch, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 227. 13. 

^!*^ col. 779. U,?k^ m. the gnawing 
or crunching of bones, Lexx. under JmclX 
col. 2987. 

JLo.*,?^^© f. the gnawing or crunching of 
bones, Lexx. under JIV??*^L» col. 2988. 

J?©^a rake or poker, ^^ Jicuj j?©^ 
J^jcld Kal-w-Dim. 276. 25. 

Hk^Neo-Syr. Arab. -^ a wound )X<* ->*\ 
U^/Med. 587. 2. 

^iJ^ pr.n.m. C.B.M. 906 b. 

^-*;-^ name of a bishop, ZDMG. xliii. 
395 infra. 

°^r^>> l^*»r^ e °l- 7^°- Ar. v^Lr^ fr° nl 
Pers. ^j^l yj EL Nis. 58. 46 ; Lag. Arm. 
Stud. § 536, id. B.N. 45. a measure of 
capacity, then the piece of land sown with that 
measure, Tabari 242 n. 2. It is equal to 1 JL'laD, 
U foo ^>nrv£ +z> .S G. Busame 276 14 in 
Gen. Cf. BH. in Hos. iii. 2, Thes. Syr. and 
Suppl. under *cu>. 



rCO.*!-^ 



80 



^-i^ 



Q-. 



. U-t^ cf. Talm. N3HA, WlA : 



Isoyabhed. Duval, Letters 41 and 47, 70. 26, 
92. 3, ed. Moncrieff 66. 6 af., 87. 12. 

«i^ col. 781. to pay a Zj*\j& fine, mulct, 
to be mulcted, ^k9J f *^° 1^? ^° ^t^ 
Dion. in. 3. Pass. part. Jbo^i^/jeerc, acute, 
\°i » m ~~>( Uu^o loot |u2u»;_*» otl^^o, 

Anecd. Syr. ii. 53. 10. 

JLcuaa-*i^ col. 783. decision, JUcocl*;-^ 
jJ«JS>o£o? a decisive course of action, Sev. Lett. 
103. 14. 

TpS^> ^*4> co ^ 7^ 2 - the hard part of 
a fruit, plant or mollusc, jl&LiLlf JL&»^*oof 
burn the stalks, JAOS. xx. 189. 7; l^*^ 
JL»r? date stones, ib. 194. 14; \l£+a>f loii^ 
cra6 «/tc/Z«, ib. 193 antep., Med. 553. 13. 
Sing. \i%Jt>l o&^ ib - 55 8 - "■ 

JJL pl^ ^ backbone, refs. Hippoc. v. 15, 
vii. 33, Med. 132. 5, 8, 133. 7, 134. 10. 

JJLJL&i-^ col. 782. bony. Add : bodily, 
material, Ujjio^ Iooolo of animals, Epbr. 
lief. ii. 19. 22. 

Jc£*4^ for )^o^o^ col. 784. a gramme, 
a scruple, equal to four carats, Chimie 69. 12, 
J Jo J? o»>JXoi )!*» l^i^i. e. a quarter drachm, 
Med. 447. 3. But half a drachm jloa*, oo» 
jolt <^?5^a o( :mdj^*** lb. 136. 22. 

000 »^ name on a mosaic tombstone at 
Edessa, Journ. As. 1906, 283 ff. Cf. Gr. 
Ydppos and the latter half of the Edessene 
name y^A^>, Sapyfriytpapos, ZDMG. xxxvi. 
158. 

ycu^ao;^ col. 783. PL yQ*^o'i^writinys 
of debts, Anecd. Syr. ii. 8. 8. 

Iojjd;^ col. 784. Arab, dlco, Pers. *~*J) , 
Maud. N3DN~IA ; Fremdw. 33. fine white 
jiour, Med. 85. 21; la^o^? Jocu> Op. Nest. 
97. 12. 

I^IjL^w^ w* ^ dialect of Beit Garmai, 
13 A. and BB. under ]^oi^£ col. i960. 

Juoj*>«^(Ua^) the dialect of Beit Garmai, 
Ephr. Ref. ii. 222. 34. 

\}c t r ft^ ;^ Arab, ^ili-ys* grasshopper, 
Dozy, gutter-sni])e, BHChr. Eccl. 337. 7. 



Jiop? )^J^ col. 785. NnnU Fleischer 
note to Levy NHWB. Pers. stS^ anc * ^/* 
aw €6?, Fremdw. 121, Ar. PflnN. 96 f. where 
other spellings are mentioned. I. Low ZA. 
xxii. 86. Pers. ^U ^U Mecl. 603. 1. 

*floj^col. 785. to tear, o£> ^*i»^ J'Js^ 
t*iaL', But. Sap. Pol. iii. 2. To dissipate, lose, 
«flot«^ o*X aS? U*v>, Anecd. Syr. ii. 40. 3; 
Ephr, cd. Lamy ii. 465. 3. Pass. part. 
*m-j^, jtxn*^. F. pi. Jk-Mug^jftwe meal or 
gruel, Med. 231. 2. But ju^XuX? )fcsm*i^ 
A.M.B. i. 402. 10 correct W^i^ajflat loaf 
Ethpe. jxtls^r to be made to perish, J^i^JLf 
)Iaa2> JkL^fi, BHGr. 1. 52 ult. Pa. ^»l4* 
col. 786. 1. 2 of par. correct to part. fern. 
v .fi f y^\ ^Mflo^^o )1^.^\d Iqjso^ like a bitch 
thou destroy est thy whelps, BHCarm. 102. 9. 
11. denom. from ^ao*^ to become a snake, 
o»^k oo» ^o^^> Judas turned serpent, or he 
destroyed himself; the paronomasia is probably 
intentional as the word Ue^4> * s usec l j us ^ 
before, Cyrillona v. 268. Ethpa. ^fiol^J,/ 
denom. from l^*^, to become a serpent, Tekkaf. 

36. 187. 

h^Uno^^ finely, i^^coo;^ \ik\ ttion u»6f, 
Med. 142 bis, 303. 15. 

JJjxd*^ resembling flour, floury, with \ijL*, 
Kptpvotdets at vnoaTiKTUS, Hippoc. Vll. 28. 



jlo-fio 



JJO 



f. fragmentariness, ©»!;-: 



Loo* )Lrw^fcoo Ju^t^J JLo-ooi-^Q-s chance 
broken victuals, scraps, Jesus-Sabran, 522. 14. 

\ „± ^ .^so col. 786. destructive, )lo»,.7i v 
)k!.a^%;T>q bondage leading to perdition or 
bondage to the Serpent, Jesus-Sabran, 507. 
13 af. 

^k^£^ prob. uypcoo-Tis, triticum repens, 
couch-grass, Jos. Styl, 41. 13. 

^^ col. 787. Pass. part. mȣ^ll. 4 and 
25 of par. a lad, servant, slave, Kal-w-Dim. 
117. 1. JoJUj^p [mjo IZ ty o [!**> Dion. 
221. 12, 14, 227. 7; JoJLJ^? |^o%*» )i \n v 
JlIIJJ? les miscreants Arabes, ref. to Jer. xxv. 
23, ib. in. 6. Shaven, tonsured; Jacobite 
monks, ib. 76. 1, C. B. M. 945 b, Hormizd 
2445, 2463 and passim. Used of other 
monks Ud-JD^i? lo~»^ A.M.B. iii. 404. 



Ju <x^ f ^ and I^CLJiKi-^ dimiii. of l^-±^ 
m. a lad, servant, Dion. 213. 2, jLioJ^i.^ 
Sind. 10. 8, ^Ll*, fcJ^L i^> loaA^rt little lad 
of three years, ib. 24. 3. 

JL'cTjbwi-^ f. col. 787. collective noun, 
Jacobite monkhood-, C. 1>. M. 945 b. 

JUoL^i-^ f. shaving \ the barber s art, 
Kal-w-Dim. 33. 22. 

JfcL^I^i f. a razor, Dion. 126. 10. 

^l-^- )Lao^-^ col. 788. Add: a mop, 

©^ ^aaioo ^3;^o as a mop and broom scour 
and sweep a house, Dion. 112. 18. 

J^>^s> ypafaia with gloss. k»-ja-o t*Sl^D o» 
Uagiographa, Epiph. ir. 23. 

Uso^ col. 789 under » i*.st^ a stylus, 
Journ. As. 1906, 280. 7. 

k**^ of Gerar, )u*^ *f±^&«*?, Ephr. ed. 
Lamy iii. 193. 

**-«-^ col. 789. to draw, drag, o» £...jo> 
N^OCOf JlsL^ots^ f*-*^'/ ovpci avrov <Ti>p€i to 

Tpirov Twp do-rcpfop, Apoc. xii. 4 ed. Gwynn, 
but Jj^Bagst. Gutbir corrects J£^. ^*a,;^ 
)V-uiLio ^^i i-i-X they dragged themselves 
outside the plague-stricken toivns, Dion. 42. 20. 
With \eolo to haul wood, ib. 87. 1. 

A ph. j*^/ col. 791. to touch, ?Q^sL." 
to )cH-ik)j thou shalt prostrate thyself 
before the gods and touch the ground, A.M.B. 

ij ;58i. M^ Palpel *^4j° 9 ro V*'> ^^^^ 
^-ocL» y>}\ A.M.B. ii. 19. 19. 

iio^ in. taste, feeling, J^ic^w^^ men of 
taste, the wise, BHCarra. 257. 5. Ar. jj^j. 

Jui^abs. st. of Jfcsj*^f. touch, contact, JoiVjso 
*©<aal U<^? ^*> Jfcs^fcA^X he restrains the 
evil in himself from action, Kal-w-Dim. 236. 2. 

kJL^, JkL^col. 79 1 - f - tfl£l )k^4^ 
feeling the pulse, Med. 128. 16, 259 five times. 

I^jIsm^ feeling, Uil^*^ ^*W ^ ie sensc °f 
touch 9 N. Hist. vii. 3. 1 = Jici*^ J-*-^' 
ib. ii. v. sect. 4. 



JLcla^o f. an investigation, C.B.1T. 5196. 

Ijj^J^jS a11 ^ U**^^« col. 792. palpable, 
^AAA^J^-io joa.**** \l/rf\a(f)T)Tov ctkotosj Hex. Ex. 
x. 21 ; U*^Jboo. Ephr. Ref. i. 32. 1. 

j&oftA^maig. ^t.hj arsenic, but Duval says 
" poix," Chimie 36. 22. 

uJL^ col. 792. to skin, flay. Add: k~*( 
om**<^o ju*^»^a a *53,? U'°i J°°* l ie tore away 
a picture from the altar, Or. Xt. i. 94. 10. 
Ethpa. **i^JL{ to be cut or torn away, ot^+i^ 
o»V^^ fc^ ^d kJL*^l7 Jo* JLcl»?, so read 
for fcJL^lf , Nest. Funeral Service, Hebraica, 
iv. 194. 8. 

|k-**-jlo_^ col. 792. laceration, abrasion, 
^o*a.i?o>? Ji^ic^, Hist. Mon. i. 313. 10. 

JJa^a.^ Ar. J^~~.£ honey-sweet; " homme 
milieux" Martin Metrique 54. 

jx-a-^ col. 792. Ethpa. txJL^Lf to be 
solidified, Chimie 10. 10. 

t^j.Na^g^ corporeally, materially, Is. Nin. 
B. 20. I ; )l^j;xaa^ls-iO o*jO joo» woto^i? «**/ 
\aa J^Jscl^a^J), Athan.ap. Apollinaristische 
Schriften 45. 8. 

^joa^ Ar. *— 1»., name of a village and 
monastery, Nold. ZDMG. xxix. 429, C.B.M. 
7096, 7106, 714 a, Doc. Mon. 213. 22, 215. 
14, 216. 5, 16, 224. 6. 

jJi^col. 795 ult. Correct ref. 2 Sam. xix. 
17. Denom. verb from Ji*^. ;i^ J£*^ he 
constructed a bridge, Gest. Alex. 206. 2, but 



i) 



ib. 205. 14. N.B. E-Syr. vocaliza- 



tion. Ethpe. ;i^j7 to be bridged over, JjaaDOb* 
«j^fcoo* Ephr. Ref. i. 97. 18. 

)«j*^ or J^aa*^ Vt<pvpa, Gisra, an estate 
two miles from Tripoli, Pet. Ib. 109. 23. 

o»*]S^ Zend gaetha. the world of living 
creatures, A.M.B. ii. 576. 16. 

^^^ col. 796. name of the JV-»«-& of 
Simon Magus, Coupes ii. 113. 

Jifc^ i.q. Jfc-^>, a village belonging to 
Eudoxia : see above. 



nic 



M 



Klrsrt'i 



82 



K^^aO.l 



H 



m? the Dahlia river, a tributary of the 
Nile, i. q. 6 Avkos irorafxas, Ilosweyde, Vitae 
Patrum, 51. col. 2, Pallad. 60. 15, 124 bis, 
A.M.B. vii. 41; Dion. Ined. 61. 7; Jo? ib. 
1. 10, Jo-? 1. 15. 

Jo{? a kind of spider which does not spin, 
N. Hist. vii. 4 and 5. 

Jo{? col. 801. n of par. Lupi Arabici, XiW 
tJ}c *Apafilas is a LXX mistake for 2"\V *3XT, 
Hab. i. 8, Soph. iii. 3, Nau Journ. As. 1905, 
372; cf. 1. 5 of par. 

)fr? ! Y.-Ajt pi. f. she-vjokes, BB. under 

<HX*£CL^, Col. IQI 7. 

f>»o»*.o{» King Dabdharam,, Kal-w-Dim. 
3. 6, 95. 24, 96. 10. 

fCL^If or joj? Debhwar, a district under 
tbe Bishop of Arbela, towards Azerbaijan, 
Pers. Mart. 244; Chast. 12. 14, ^v#? 1. 20. 

U^Jia^I? see Ui^o? col. 832. 

o*|?{? 6 *A$d8<i>v y Adada, now Kara Bavlo 
in Pisidia, Nbld. F. S. i. 473. 108. 

^#?{? pr.n.m. a Governor of Azerbaijan, 
Jab. 239. 9. 

o*U- ?o(? pr.n.m. Ant. Patr. 304. no. 122. 

JLfloojsoojf fi^oo-ta, jmblic latrines, Zach. 
Pihet. 319 n. 6, Bull. Arch. Rom. 222 ult. 
See jjjapcuao*? col. 884. 

yOfolj unknown place," Doarenses," Wright, 
C.B.M. 429 &. 

JLoif for Xof land of Dothan, Jos. ed. 
Engel 10. 12. 

^(? and f+i Pers.-Ar. ^jj religion, Phet. 
26. 7; JIa*ci^©? ^\f, ib. 32. 9; Nbld. in 
Sassanidi 2111.5; A.M.B. ii, 576. 6. 

*»cO^I? 8a\6s, a thunder-bolt, N. Hist, 
v. 4. 3. 

yfloo^l? Dalraatia, Jab. 74. 9. 

yOri^j^-liJ^i? an Indian animal which has 
a human face with the paws and body of a 
lion, Brit. Mus. Cod. Add. xxv. 878 b. 



k^Juaoa^Dj? publicly, Pleroph. 26. 3, K.O.C- 
iii. 244 infra. 

.a>mv>(y the public service, yCum^3l*f *cuo* 
officials, Sev. Ant. Vit. 66. 10. See *cux»QiO-»?, 
col. 884. 

*£o«^M? Aavatdcs, the Danaids, Clem. Cor. 
I. 2. 

j^A^o-ii* Lat. donativum, largess, a gift, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 219. 26. 

JoW? col. 803 ult. &a(f>vr), Daphne, a suburb 
of Antioch, C.B.M. 541 a. 

oJu£(? damivrj, extravagance, Greg. Car 111. 
32. 12. 

wOoaJL-sJ? Daphnos, Bishop of Derbe in 
Lycaonia, Nbld. F. S. 473. 101. 

\Ja\} for \s>) pidse, QdbamW. 186. 20. 

^m^^l? boKihes, meteors, Jul. (Neum.) 52. 22. 

j^t'l? Ae/^ttlof, of Derbe, BH. in Act. xx. 4. 
See Jo*? col. 944. 

>jpo,.».m \>jf Aaht(Tav86s, Dalisandos in 
Isauria, Nbld. F. S. i. 471. 72. 

Jnlf an athlete, Arist. Apol. ++ 5, Jiff 1. 2. 
See under ft col. 942. 

Jo? col. 805. 14 of par. Bathsheba com- 
pared to a bear. So is Potiphar's wife, Jos. 
Ephr. 88. 4, 89. 2, in. 6. 

Joo? ci fly, col. 805. Add: Joo? +,9 flys 
head, name of a sore on the eye, Med. 77. 17. 

l^J col. 806. brocade-. \H'i )^>? U±*,V 

nine pieces or dresses of silk brocade, Jab. 

9 1 - 5- 

u*o? col. 806. JL"»> v> name of a district on 
the borders of Amid, Anecd. Syr. ii. 210. 6. 

-a?. Kc£=>? col. 809. PI. J^clo? stings 
of bees, Anecd. Syr. iii. 33. 1 ; spines of a 
hedgehog, ib. iv. 42. 25 ; Physiol. 8. 2. 

)-s? col. 809. m. prick, sting, bite; a flea- 
bite, Kal-w-Dim. 55. 13 ; ^><*>j>* ib. 209. 18. 

JL'-^o? col. 809. f. sting of a scorpion, pi. 
)i P po? (sic). Med. 27. 2. 



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di.^?. |uOQ^>f col. 810 ult. gum, glue, 
viscous substance, Med. 108. i, 358. 10, 401. 
14; J^c££i>? kockf, ib. 402. 16. 

l-oJ>o> col. 811. 1) solder, Ar. Sj!». JX, 
Chimie 2. 10; Joo»?f L&ao? chrysocolla, ib. 
4. 10, 5. 3 ; U^cld jjiao? the same, 17. 17, 
written jLjjtoar) jtju?, ib. 18.8. 3) a volume, 
J^So? ^^^a oho, BHClir. Eccl. i. 419. 

Uft->r*> m. a book-binder, Hist. Mon. i. 

iift^>?fco£> compact, with JJ Zoose, )t*^ JL£ 
Ua:>?&0& JUo shifting sand, Jac. Edes. Hex. 
17. 2. 

ii? col. 811. Add: Med. htairav, to diet, 
Hippoc. i. 7. 9. Chem. to treat, Chimie 10. 
12, &c. Ethpe. JL*l( Chem. to be treated, 
Chimie 10. 9 11. 4. Pael tif 1. 20 of par. 
correct ref. )u^2> ^^^ Hex. Josh. v. 14, 
UoiNJl— *+'&+& ib. 1. 15 and dele 01 fxd^ifjLot 
and " teste Masio." Add : j£X/ mP^ *v/3ep- 
vrjrrjs, Apoc, xviii, 17 ed. Gwynu, \^*jj££j$ 
Bagst. Med. to prescribe a regimen, to diet, 
Hippoc. 1. 15. Ethpa. S}iV add : to ride, 
govern, ^HL ^a,o*»^* fco( u.fln^g caw //ow 
govern your thoughts ? Pal lad. 532. 20. 7 V) be 
practised, \l*JL2> . . . o^?U? J*lJ^o k»cu*L> 
Sev. Lett. 179. 17. Med. to submit to a 
regimen, to be dieted, Hij^poc. i. 15. 

l*cof col. 814. Add: »; o-cj)rjKui, Hex. Ex. 
xxii. 28 Lag. 

J<mo? (sic) but if it is Part, with act. sense it 
should be JLp? see col. 812. Or jJckf as 
Var. M.pl. lictors* officers, Apis 143, 9. 

Jt^o? col. 815. 2) hlatra, regimen, diet, 
Hippoc. i. 4, 5, 7, 8, 15, ii. 45, Med. 291. 21. 
Chem. treatment, Jfc*a> ;.ao? treatment of silver, 
Chimie 20. 6 ; ?o*a/ ^o?, ib. 25. 17. 

k-«£__ao? col. 816. for the third word 
**o»(l^]^^ correct IfcL^ou BHGr. i. 17. 1. 

L^JL^i of or living in the desert, Kal-w- 
Dim. 21. 16. 

udoj^j perh. synonym for thapsia or for 
Egyptian pomegranate, Chimie 50. 4, 252. 16. 

woo<xu*2»? name of a bishopric in Adiabene, 
probably the same as ^mw »:>t and *£&**• ^, 
Syn. Or. 670 b ult. ib. 33. 27, Eraneahr 24. 



\j+2>§ suffragan See to Arbela, j)rob. same 
as a»CLL»ia?, M. Z. 63. 19. 

]£->* col. 810. [*.*$ pi. m. honey bees, Med. 
579- ii, 5 8 9- i9> 59°- 2 4« 

u*.^f denom. verb Pael conj. from )JL=>?, 
to become like honey, Chimie 100. 5 bis. 

U«3? col. 819. of the consistence of honey, 
Med. 302. 4, f. )^ , i Lsi ib. 247. 3. \&Vo 
Jl^*XA3f honey stone, mellite, Chimie 8. 12. 

v^J col. 819. Act. part. <^j?> ^4J- Ph *"• 
£j dumb, ^Jo ^i*^? \{lV> Med. 559. 16. 
Aph. t^J( part, <^fi to render deaf and 
dumb, tOo<l^ \ i .yiji>p ^^#»i they turn a deaf 
ear, Sev. Lett. 496. 13. 

J^pf col. 820. dumb, epithet of lead, opp. 
tin which sounds. KN^ )^p? molybdochalque, 
h. e. le plomb-cuivre, Chimie 254 n. 1. 

U^p? deaf ju^o? Uoo{1 W deaf Father 
Thomas, Plcroph. 22. 10. 

^a>? col. 823. to be blear-eyed, have dim 
sight, jlcir^ftv^ kJi^? o*l*sL J) his eye was 
not dimmed by age, A. M.B. v. 119. 6 = 
Pallad. 90. 18. Act. part. f. pi. (UL^) ^^? 
JjoJL* ^d, Is. Ant. 254. 7. 

Jjl^j BH G r. i . 2 1 . 7 . m . d<f>6aKfLia , ophthalmia 
Hippoc. iii. 11, 15, 20, vi. 17; \JL*1 U^J 
6(f>Bn\fx[at &pai, ib. iii. 12, 13; Med. 90. 17; 

^x?* l^J ( sIc ) 1^- u 't., 91. 1; Uli? U4,? 
ib. 53. 3, 78. 6; 82. 5. 

**4j col. 823. to touch, h^jk^je o»*»/ k-^+S 
Is^^f pj^o .)u^^r> Hist. B.V.M. no. 4. 

*a..ty> !,■> cl^m pr. n. Pers. Dadhgushnasj), 
A. M.B. ii. 560 ult. 

?JL^»6o»f? pr. n. Pers. Dadh Hormizd, the 
Chief Mage early in the reign of Khosroes 
Anushirwan, contemp. with the Catholicos 
Aba, Jab. 226. 12. 

efff pr.n. Mart. Pers. A.M. B. iv. 142. 
o»Qk.?j i. q. Zeus, Stud. Sin. ix. 97, 24. 

]juj? ()a\.v>) pr. n.m. Dadianus Mart., 
Warda 23, 5 and often, S. Dan. 16 v bis. 

*?* Dadar, a village in Qardu, Chast. 58. 
20, 65. 2. 

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Ao.i 



? r 



Jm pr. n. of a king of Arzene, Kal-w-Dim. 
348, Preface xxii, id. ed. Bick. 105. 5, 
Introd. xcii. 

]loif name of a country, Jl»|1 )1o»?? J»Ua 
y*^, N. Hist, vii, 1. 4. 

*J>|i? or iA^if a village to the E. of 
Ma ragh a, Jab. 139. 

U*c»f a goldsmith, Ephr. Jlef. ii. 36. 1. 

U^ot? col. 826. ellipt. for arsenique doree, 
Chimie 54. 2. 

IJaiot? col. 826. Fem. JfcLJLio»f " terre 
dorce f9 = relectrum, le sori on la pi/rite, Chimin 
3. 6, 4. 5, 8. 17. 

jj^oot? be<nrr>iva, lady, princess, BHChr. 
Eccl. ii. 461. See Ji*su*x*>. 

M.2>o«f col. 826. AiL..AjJl Dahbana, a village 
to the S. of Edessa on the way to ar-Rakkah, 
Jos. Styl. 61. 8 transl. 53 note. 

\oot? Kurd. J^j m. a drum, Yezidis 

103. 4. 

jtA^ot? Ar. u^a^ a vestibule, space between 
two gates, glosses to J^dao/', j&j» and ^i»/* 
Op. Nest. 116. 3. 14. 

U^©»* slov), inert, blood from a morbid 
growth is of this character, Med. 204. 19. 

yo»f. |jJo*«jso col. 827. lubricating, tears 
which arise from the passions are Jfcll>uiaj£ 
burning or Jj&ojo**:* such as add oil to the 
flume, Is. Nin. B. 245. 17. 

ll&otf m.pl. Pers.-Arab. ^jL^-aj and ^Uaj, 
pi. aJjIju and ^jLaj the chief man or magis- 
trate of a village; landed proprietors, gentry, 
Tabari 351, 440, Pers. Mart. 239, Hist. Mon. 
i. 120. 4, ii. 256 and note: fcwJij Jao©»i> ^2> 
o^ M.Z. 212. 5. Cf. ^n**,. 

oof, o? col. 830. Pael act. part. oJJLao. 
to lei flow, to run, drip, Jcij [L/ r xs she has 
a flow of blood, Hippoc. v. 29. Pass. part. 
0*1^0 drained of strength, weak, ib. ii. 35, 
v. 60. Ethpa. oJf L( to be wasted away with 
fever, Hippoc. ii. 28 ; Josephus vi. 9. 8, 16. 9 ; 
yct^ffcj )£*^o )L&-* JilcLsaa h that they 
be not worn out by a long and useless session, 
Sev. Lett. 62. 12. 



J^o? col. 831. for KUTappoos, rheum, a cold, 
Hippoc. iii. 12, 30, v. 22, vii. 35 ; |oo* )»clo 
[Lf ^*? ^k^Jj, Med. 609. 14; Jfjf U^of 
o»i^o dripping which runs doum from a half- 
roasted liver, ib. 88 ult. 

\JLl o? m. a flow , discharge, )i ?A ^.V.J lilo*^. 
a spout for the discharge of wrought glass, 
Chimie 10 1. 1 r. 

)> ffifi * ^Cu^p? with »„Ti^. SoynaTio-at, to 

dogmatize, Sev. Ant. Vit. 252. 9. 

J^U^jJa^p? col. 832. doyixaTLKrj, JLftx^A a ft^Of 
Jio^Jf doctrines of the Fathers, Anecd. Syr. 
ii. 162. 26; JKufrNn^y ]U^, Sev. Ant. Vit. 

271. 7. 

JJiL^jjcL^p? with J^)cA*i>'o©*L doctrinal 
theories, Sev. Lett. 405. 1. 

J^jsq^o? from h6ytxn, learned, Dion. 68. 14. 

?o?, fi col. 832. Ji*o?r pi. JZ*o?tT distur- 
bance, perturbation, A.M.B. ii. 67. 2, T02. 16. 

udcl^qd to? place-name, Chast. 8. 7. 

^?o? for Ar. —l&o a chicken, Med. 144. 11. 

wto? pr. n.f. foundress of a monastery in 
Hirta, Chast. 69 pen. 

I^o? o? col. 834. the Twelfth Indict, add 
refs. Sev. Ant. Vit. 307. 3 ; Anecd. Syr. iii. 
287. 7; C.B.M. 423 h. 

« Q-*9Qj&.*A-0?of doofteKarrifiopioi', a twelfth 
part of the Zodiac, R.O.C. xv. 241. 

*-.of col. 834-5 and J*-*o? David ; the 
Psalter, |uot J*-»o* this Psalter, C. Ii. M. 133 a ; 
♦^0?? ©mI* ^~» ^la^o, QdhamW. 132. 6. 

**o? a village in Dinah war, A.M.B. ii. 560. 

^o?, )^io?, Ik^-ao? col. 835. 5 af. place, 
add : Jl^>? Ifcoof a pace, step, Pallad. 137. 1 1. 
Jiojf |jo,co prob. a local remedy, Med. 553. 21. 
Time, ^ai^j-^aooist JLojaX^of ***** during 
the reign of Constantine, Anecd. Syr. iii. 22 ; 
»m»N)of »*©*eu**? *o«^: ib. 113. 1. 

fcw5o? Pcrs. v^aJ=o a maiden. Pr. 11. f. 
A.M.B. iii. 515. 

^o*,^} to be moved, col.837. 34ff. C.c.o, 
. ool^Okj]^^ ^f the thought stirred in their 
minds, Mar Bassus 15. 191 ; oil^J^^a |mu* 
)oo* ^(? her feelings were deeply moved, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 354. 12. jbo«J^ oXj — U*2>»r> 
Jk-juoo? )»Qj^k the barbarians rolled up to 



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the vjall 0/ Constantinople, Dion. Ined. 483. 1 1, 
Ethpe. *%*ilir to be troubled, moved, ^>?Lfcs.:& 
<h^^ Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 108. 12. Pael 
^*f to serve. B. Duval derives this from 
&ov\os. Ethpaual ^to?i/ to be balanced, Jjli 
^joifco&o in equilibrium, Chimie 18. 20. 
Aph. ^?/"add : oc^=> )*±1 %-?/" God put 
into his heart, BHChr. Ecel. 141. 24. L. 16 
of par. to bring in or to attend to, wait upon 
travellers, Anecd. Syr. ii. 139. 1. 

III? col. 838. biappma, refs. Hippoc. iii. ter, 
v. bis, vi. quater, vii. bis, Med. 65 ulfc., 209. 4, 
JfiD^? )1I? 1. 15; 404 ter. A disease of the 
eyes, prob. a continual running, U^J o/^JU? 
U*-£?, Med. 78. 6, 81. 5, 84. 5, 88. 8. 

U^Loo col. 839. an attendant. PI. vwKopoi, 
Pleroph. 12. 8; Anecd. Syr. ii. 21. 16; Dion. 
Ined. 67. 4. It. adj. U> f -Oko U^,^> U^o*, 
a subsidiary/ and servile office, Sev. Lett. 
303- 12. 

U*&!^o? col. 839, a dolphin. AddrBHGr. 
i. 24. 5 ; Jac. Edes. Hex. 44 V; Ar. Fiseh N. 
48. 13. 

l£^o? perh. Pers. a.L^j a leathern bucket. 
A measure of capacity, JLLnd JlxL^oj JL»JL» 
4 measures of water, Med. 138. 8, 142. 2, 
2I 3-5- 

Isoof Ar. LI j, Dumma, a town near the 
mouth of the Diiala, A.M.E. ii. 668. 

(^do? for tAoaa^oo? q.v. col. 840. j^ao? 
o legendary names of the two robbers 
crucified with Our Lord, Stud. Sin. ii. 9. 15; 
fcfioao)csDof ib. ult 

♦jooaaoo* 11. of a demon, Protection 64. 

^jsoof pr.n.m. Ao/xeVtoy, Dometius, Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 207; Bishop of Jl^cm. ZDMG. xliii. 
396- 12. 

yC?M_aDO? 6 Qvapavdbozv, llomovada in 
Lycaonia, IV old. F. S. i. 472. 93. 

UoJeof col. 840. For eudoftijais, Apoc. xxi. 
18 ed. Gwynn ; Eagst. )Lqu*jooj»o?. 

Uoajsoo* i.q. J^ajoJiO? col. 917. publicly, 
Umj»of yQj( *^ public opinion acquitted 
them, Pallad. 630. 17. 

^d*afiuabo? the Secretariat; public offices, 
Jab. 36 and n. Sec ycuxoaaou? col. 884. 



^U^ fcooo? Ar. Jju^il A-»jj Dumat-al- 
Jandal, a part of Arabia Petraea, thought to 
be the same as Duma, Sassanidi 36. 7 = 
Chron. Min. 38. 23. 

)lo » a*»jo col. 845. civilization, 



of 



irdLi*^ >i \JJLi[ \Lrf icixo*, But. 
Sap. Pol. 1. 1, N. Hist, vii. 1. 1. 

^*)ja*?Uoa rightfully, duly, Syn. Or. 131. 
27, E.O.C. iv. 257, 5 af. 

JloJujik^a col. 845. add ref. Hist. Mon. 
ii. 141. 12. 

yo? or ^*©> Dun, a small town in tbe 
diocese of Dinahwar, Pers. Mart, 67, Phet. 
42. 9. 

\— m ^ 1 an o> pi. fcfla^jf^^jo^floo? col. 845. 
dysentery, Hippoc. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. often, 
Med. 171. 5, 603. 7, ysL^i^o? M. Z. 32. 18. 

UI^aoc? pi. jJV*£e? from DositJteus. A fre- 
quent name for Mandacans, Coupes i. 6, 12 
n. 1, ii. 154. 3, ^fcsfloo? isA^f 1. 17, Mich. 
Syr. ix. cap. 6; Nbld. ap. WZKM. xii. 357. 
Cf. Ujo?/ and |^»iv>, 

ho? cf. Pers. i^ji or ^-o water in which 
red hot iron has been plunged, others say 
scoria, dross of iron, Chimie 296. 9. 

d30?, *c?. 11. to grind, pass. part. s±+) 
ground, Chimie 37. 3, 4. Aph. *u j/ r fo rise up, 

with gloss, jxaj, Cosmog. Manicheenne ii. 

III. 7; KLSO ^O^^^O ^-CL-^ «0*Q-9^ 

DEE. 504. 1. To indicate, JL^l LdAmJ^ 
Jl^o> J^coo ^ix*^? lsoyabh iii. ed. Duval 
5. 7, ^«jscf (loci*** ib. 12. 22. 

Y&of col. 848. 6 (TKonos, in both senses, 
a) a watchman, sentinel, Sev. Ant. Horn. 25. 3, 
26 five times. b) a mark, target, jL* » ,i 
l^aof l^*oo/, ib. 25. 10, 26. 1. Astron. Jja©? 
JCbt*,? copoa-Konos, Gest. Alex. 8. 12, 9. 6. 

JJcuaJf i.q. koouf col. 849. an observer. 
PL Ucuilj, Ward a 147 r. 

jj^cuf in. a student, expert, EHGr. i. 
37. Li; U^D^m^ U^if, M.Z. 73. 8. 

Uo? pr.n.m. Bishop of Susa, ZDMG. 
xliii. 395. 



rdoO.l 



86 



K'&xfiooi.i 



Uo? place-name, Or. Xt. ii. 183 sqq. 

jLa*«»*3 col. 849. a wallet, trs. to col. 2014 
i.e. place under «. 

»doo? daucus carota, parsnip, Med. 99. 4, 
293. 14, 297. 15, 299. 8. 

^o^iso? Lat. ducat us, the position of dux , 
Jo. Tell. 72. 11 = Vit. Monoph. 89. 2. 

*ttot»*i30? col. 850. Correct Gr. 8okI$cs, 
meteors. 

>o?, >?. Pael *If col. 851. 7 of par. to rte^, 
live. C. c. o usually but ^j«-? )??*• ^-^ 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 223. 6, ^iT ^f *o A.M.B. 
iii. 490. 

*oj, )>o> col. 851. wo»qjljL? J»o? BHGr. 
i. 44. 4, but E.-Syr. vocalization o* ji*,? Jio? 
\i2>^ ^f^o? li~"* ^ |77/wi.s, Op. Nest. 118. 1, 
Med. 167. 9 marg., ^©i>o$ 1. 12, 169. 3, 18; 
i^/y^ y l^ddt Jfroi swollen gums, ib. 168. 8. 

)JLa»t{l J tot m. barley water 1 Med. 141. ii- 

JL-? a monastery. Add to tbe list on 
col. 853. — 

Ufl? \i~>\ Doc. Mon. 164. 22, 171, 26, 
C.B M. 7066, 707 b. Cf. ^V U*? J*?. 

t « i ^N>ly )L»? Doc Mon. 224. 9, 19. 
This and those following mentioned in C.B.M. 
are in Arabia. 

);<*m ;j>j Jt.5 C.B.M. 1711a. 

JL'*i>? )t»? Doc. Mon. 173. 2. 

^W r L»? )Ll Doc. Mon. 213. 26, C.B.M. 
707 b. 

\JL^j )^? C.B.M. 712 6. 

^K^^t )♦*? Doc. Mon. 222. 26, C.B.M. 
713 a. 

^V-^^? Ju? Doc. Mon. 223. 1, 3, C.B.M. 
713 a. 

J^^j J**? Doc. Mon. 224. 3, C.B.M. 713 b. 

)^r^J )*** J)oG ' Mon - 2l8 - 9> C.B.M. 
711a. 

^^cl^? Jf f Doc. Mon. 223. 7, C.B.M. 
713 6. 

USa^t )<*.* Doc. Mon. 214. 13, C.B.M. 
709 b. 



>La-^f )i^} Doc. Mon. 219. 2, C.B.M. 
711 6. 

Ji^L^j J*** Doc. Mon. 223. 13. 

U^^J I^»? Doc. Mon. 217. 22, C.B.M. 
711 a. 

Ju^o*^? )♦-»? BHChr. Eccl. 273. 25. 

uof? Ji*? Duair in tbe region of Antiocb, 
BHCbr. Eccl. 473. 2, 481. 21. 
»to?j )^.f Doc. Mon. 165. 3. 

^*2>*of? )++} Doc. Mon. 219. 30, 220. 3, 
C.B.M. 712 a. 

^»V\.?? J**? Doc. Mon. 182. 10, C.B.M. 
708 b. 

WiV. );-•? Doc. Mon. 220. 19, 20, 232. 2, 3, 
C.B.M. 712 a. 

jL^jyaoy )♦*•? in Edessa, Hist. Edesse, 
Duval 18; Patr. Or. v. 5. 710. 11. 

US~£f )♦-.? Doc. Mon. 146. 6, 163. 18, 
170. 25, 181. 27. 

|^( wijaoy J**? WZKM. viii. 306 and 303, 
yd^# Zo? jt*j Doc. Mon. 223. 23. 

cl**^^. "*»»? J^j ()kw^o) Mar Audi shu, 
near A madia, now t^Jp cf. M mister, minster, 
Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 126, In trod, xxviii. 

fc^-^ji--? col. 855. correct 1. 2 to ^_»|^. 
Add: 0001 ^oifcoo )^-»j^*? they were being 
brought up in a monastic school, or to the 
monastic life, Sev. Lett. 248. 18. 

Jfclfcflpo^t dimin. of j£»? f. a little convent, 
J£I^ l^DOf ]bLLaoo»*if A.M.B. ii. 429. 4. 

>f, J»f col. 855. a procession in church, 
refs. Bar Sal. in Lit. 19. 24, )uc»j ^^j/ 
J**^ ^(lao**, ib. f., 25. 26. 

)*?> J1A? f- col. 856. « /*.«/£, cowr£, etc. 
Add : a Church, ^L? JL'*j ^i «i^? those 
who do not belong to our Church, (xeorg. 
Arab. 34. 17. Astron. a house, mansion, 
ofcJ )U^> )*<**» yi Brit. Mus. Or. 2084. 6 r. 

JbL»o*f dimin. of Jff, )Uf f. ^ ft^/tf 
enclosure or ?/ari of a monk's hut, Hist. Mon. 
i. 297. 2, Anecd. Syr. ii. 45. 26, Jl^tL 
o#k*i»o*?f Pal lad. 136. 13, A.M.B. vii. 56. 
PI. Jfc^r»©f? Dog. Mon. 164. 2. 



Jf o? Dura on the Euphrates, add : Pers. 
Mart. 28, n. 226, 161 ff.; JL^^ Jio> in 
Tirhan, Chast. 54. 2; «*jclo J»o? Chast. 48. 7, 
62. 1. 

JUof col. 857. Add: a deed of gift, Syr. 
R. Rechtsb. 18, 15 ff., Jiow»f ]{»o? free gift 
of ownership , ib. 11. 16, 20. 

cufco? or oUc» name of a desert in 
India, Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 116. 8. 

WfOf a village between Beit Garmai and 
Belesphar, Chast. 37. 4 af. 

J^*o? col. 858. bopv, doparos, a lance, javelin, 
Josephus vi. 14. 4, Gest. Alex. 100. 14; 
^>o? ib. 42. 6. 

9 if 

^*o? a mountain near Jilu, A.M.B. i. 417. 

tfto?, +,i. col. 859. Act. part. +,\i y JuLf. 
add: clo^l? U>cu.t Ifcs^w? U«? D = <p6(3o S 
*imarci Aeschylus (Agam. 1434), Philox. de 
Trin. 18. 8. 

)KaI? f. = 1*1* col. 860 trampling, ]fco*I? 
)lcuu{f Jl^jfj S. Dan. 9, v 14. 

M^flfcoo trampled on, ^&\ Ji**fLfco& 
f open to all comers, Isoyabh iii. ed. Duval 
22 ult. 

wJ col. 861. Pael part. }»N^N> *•!!» the 
Worm pulverizes the skin, Greg. Carm. ii. 
16. 18. 

U? Ethpe. c^ ? Lr N.B. fut. \ZIU by 
assimilation of f to I, An. Syr. 142. 14 

^iik^i ib. 143. 24, Mand. Gram. 212, 
n. 3. 

hJLf col. 862. rebound, resilience, iX&JJ [LLf 
"V£^ and iwk^ ^JJ \JJLf a bladder pushed 
into the water rebounds upwards and a stone 
hurled into the air tends doumwards, N. Hist, 
v.'i, Philos. 6. 1. 

y*f Dechakh, Emir of Gezirtha, Brook's 
Chron. 575. 13. 

^i? Pa.'^-if* to terrify, to threaten, J^joom 
^**ooo i-oLaLaao )ooi |Laj£> 001 a certain 
Jew used insulting and scornful and alarming 
language, Josephus vi. 29. 3. 

Mcu*.? col. 863. timid, Jla^fo 
Manicheisme 107. 4. 



JUa_^k.A*t eol. 865. a scarecrow, horror; 
Add : \JoiZ* ]l£^*f terrifying apparitions, 
Is. Nin. B. 274 pen., JfcLaoi^ Ija.^**? j+F 
Jo^f ^Jlocl^ y^ooti/ an idol was set on 
a hill to scare away devils, Jac. Sar. Horn. iii. 
802. n. 

JL?, Jfc^? col. 864. infra, jL-fi Jfc^t 
right religion, orthodoxy ', Jul. 54. 13. 

(Loj^L-^so col. 865. inspiring fear, Sev. 
Ant. Horn. 16. 11. 

JL.J or JL* perhaps i.q. JLX col. 4419, 
both are carminative. PI. JL^f Lepidium 
sativum, peppenvort, Med. 563. 3, 567. 12, 
572 ult.; JLif ^tj cardamoms 1 ib. 582. 10; 
juoe? JLif toater cress, ib. 566. 8; \JJo J^LZi 
(sic) 569. 11. 

-**f Ar. ^ja^S to slip t Aph. JLi( to cause 
to slip, yolsJ? ^.-»~~«J£ l^poJL^ *j>, Greg. 
Carm. i. 24. 1. 

»a**j. jl c L CUy ? col. 867. rejection, J I cma»»oi? 
]l--*l, Pleroph. 25. 12. 

J!cLua**ffcsj& f. expelling, Syn. Or. 73. 6. 

)t— 9 col. 867. /tarrZ s/ora?, flint, Jt^fcL© 
Ji^J? Jac. Sar. Horn. iii. 797. 2. 

Ut-?, JfcLoi*? flinty, of very hard stone, 
J£u£**?o JfcoaW jlajo black flints; basalt, 
Jac. Edes. Hex. xliii. 2. 

i-^t see Suppl. under U~f and Thes. 
under yU**? col. 892 and dele the article. 

yCuo&^ootU? SIC for » Clodo»Jso)u»* Suifxcaos, -op, 
the middle plane of the zodiac, De Astrolabe 
247 bis; yCUtt^oJLf, ib. 84. 

VJL^JjKm*? StciXaXait, discissions, opinions, 
decisions, Syn. ii. Eph. 294. 24, f. 4; 
*m*^JJ]£?, ib. 280. 10; Ju\\»f, Anecd. Syr. 
iii. 101. 12, ^floci^WIf, 1. 10; ]Jocu* juofl 
juoo'^o ^^£> ^aob.^.N.Iy, But. Sap. om b, 
civ. p. 3. 

mL^q^JJ* 8ia\(KTiKik, pi. dialecticians, But. 
Sap. Eth. iv. 3. 

)xL^o*X*2 diaXcKTtKt], the art of disputation, 
But. Sap. Philos. 1. 1. 

ts^JQ^ft.y* col. 884. dialectically, But. 
Sap. Periherm. 11. 6. 



qo cva^D cqX rtl» .1 



88 



TOcnl A .i 



wfioaii^DcH^U? duiXcKTiKos (adj.), dialectic, 
Probus 83. 10, 87 infr. 88. med. ter. 

JuiL^ja^)^f, Jtslcu^uX),!? f. pi. dialectic 
methods, Tekkaf. 26 ; (JjL^iu^** U*»«» But. 
Sap. Philos. 8. 1, N. Hist."vii. i.~6. 

o^o^u? pi. ^Sk& o^o^li^? j*r 

^»o».» n » = /caret bidp.€Tpov y quadrupeds mow 
their legs cross-corner-wise, N. Hist. vii. 
6. 6 infr. 

v o^Jsov? did}i€Ti)ov y col. 870 infra. I. q. 
Jl oVs^ Q L Q^lf being opjwsite, Cans. Caus. 208. 
18 : pi. J^ooju.* opposite positions, Georg- 
Arab. 26. 23; ^o^chj*!*?, But. Sap. Bk. ii, 
cap. iii. sect. 7 ; )»<*-x»? JIojl^jUoo <h^ 

U ^*\ »^ V fm*^o»Na»» diaper prjaai, 11). 
Theol. 2. 5 infr.; N. Hist" Bk. ii. cap. iv. 
sect. 3. 

J>CL^3^f, v o^9j^?, U^sJ-f see )^a^> 
col. 879 and Suppl. infra. 

pci^sU ? col. 872. foafypayiia, the diaphragm, 
JL'Jjo Jl^£ k-Li \^*o K*oo/^ N. Hist. vii. 
6. 4; at typivts, Hippoc. vii. 50 ; Jorfi^aJ?, 
Med. 131. 7, 228. 17, N. Hist. vii. 1. 3. 

*m^i»JLoj^j diaKXaais, refraction of light, 
N. Hist. v. 2. 1. Cf. >m«nr>jlpM p. 23 b. 

v^*-? col. 874. varicoloured silk, Op. Nest. 
116. 1 «^L* gloss, to Jilol^S. Cf. J^* col. 
806 and Suppl. 

«-a-»? name of a region : see >cl=>(j. 

^ QA ^! Digamus, twice married, name 
of ^aooj^^/, C. B.M. 701 a. 

* fn « nn ai^» dtdyuaxris, writ, plaint, S)n. ii. 
Ei>h. 78. 8. 

Uoom? m. pi. the landed gentry , A.M.B. ii. 
584. 11. See [i£>oi9 above. 

v a-f i.q. \JcL.? q. v. 876. assize court, 
session, Kal-w-Dim. 150. 10. 

t£o?(f**fi0Q..*? ttjs Aiovvo-iuSos, Dionysias in 
Arabia, Nold. F. S. i. 469. 36. 

^ca^aSa** hioTrtrr)*:, -oO?, heaven- sent , a 
name of Venus, col. 542 under wfcs^a. 

Ji^ftcu? col. 879. infr. dtdnrpa, a flat rule 
with an upright piece at each end vrith a hole 
to look through, De Astrolabe 76 bis, f., 
UDiJCLao? juLiOftOO wcxoLi? o'ot J«^3cuf the 



diopter called the index, ib. 86, also written 
Jia^aU?, ib. 243, 251. 8, J^sjL?, ib. 244 bis, 
v o^^?, ib - 2 39- 

>nrunr>o>cu» dioyj/is, transparence, one of the 
names for mercury, Chimie 46. 11. 

Juoclocu? surname of John, an Egyptian 
bishop and archimandrite, perh. (rrjs) SuiKovlas, 
Pleroph. 120. 9. 

k-JL J Ucl-» ? col. 880. adj. from JLcL»? ink. 
^?au Jls-Jia*? jlciftflft^ that we may make 
known with ink instead of lips, Apis, f . 6. 

|oa^u9 col. 880 infr. a decree, A.M.B. 
v. 470; J^loot (sic) Jfcoa^^^, Anecd. 
Syr. 129. 9. 

u»a^-f name of a book : C.B.M. 388 b; 
^ocu^L^lJf, ib. 114 b. See *xn-*-£^}Ju-? 
col. 869. 

yCLaoo»a-*f a di3pa^fioi/ } half-stater, Epiph. 2. 

^?. JLaL^Lf col. 882. Add : IclL^f 
jicLA.Qua^ independent pain i. e. independent 
of other illness, Med. 227. 11 opp. JlcLj^CLai vJL 
sympathetic pain, ib. 1. 10. 

JJL^i^A-? etc. See ^j^f above. 

>afifl»^ vw» fypoTtKos, popidar, Anecd. Syr. 
iii. 145. 24. 

ya*.aL»? Sufial object of terror, Tekkaf. 17. 

*ooj*i*ft? i.q. %floo v> »» col. 884. drjfjLos, the 
populace, C.B.M. 1051 a, b, Anecd. Syr. iii. 
56. 17, 66. 26, 254. 1, astuso?, ib. 271. 23, 
C.B.M. 10596. 

Juuoooi vi .? col. 884 infr. fypoaios add : 
a public show, games, JL*-£dclxl*.? j ~^ S 
A.M.B. v. 589. 

»»nn *ci»? and *»m-v>» i. q. ya*»CLaa~»? the 

public bath, Jos. Styl. 25. 16, 26. 2, 70. 20. 

y6;jtfi*? dta pdpmp, a decoction of mulberry 
juice, Med. 160. 12, 161. 15. 

jtifd^tjttu? hapLapTvpla, protest, Nest. Herac. 
173. 16, 

t*juf pr.n.m. Pers Dindadh, Jab. 234. 

*oo>-L*f Ar. jyjjs Dinahwar, a diocese 
suffragan to Hulwan, Pers. Mart. 259, cf. 67 ; 
formerly a large town 20 parasangs from 
Hamadan, 3 from Kirmanshah, Nold. ZDMG. 
xxviii. 102; A.M.B. ii. 560. 



rdoocvi^.l 



89 



r^Lmlcul 



Juboju? pr.n.f. Aiovvo-a, Dionysa, Jul. 148. 
20, 149. 2. 

«fi&£DCLL»? Aiopvaos, Bacchus, Arist. Apol. 
<*-• 3- 

4^1* ? Pehlevi from ^1 religion: a man of 
religion, a Brahman, Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 
^9* 5» 74- 23, Introd. Ixxiii. 

1 b b "* ' * Stao-TciTai dimensions, )hJ^t 
h^^ocki^f to rpixn buiaraTov, the three dimensions, 
Ephr. lief. ii. 9, 22, i. q. ^»vi»o J fc^l, ib. 
14 bis, etc. 

U*J Ar. A-ljo pr.n.m. u->? +=> U-? an Arab 
general, Brook's Chron. 572 ult. 

*x*?, Jtuj col. 887. as a measure of weight 
a dinar equals 6 grammes, Chimie 69. 1 2 : 
or 24 carats, ib. 1. 14. 6 dinars weigh 1 lb. 
ib. 1. 14. 1 dinar equals 6 white zuze. Jab. 
38. 12 f. 

*£&*£&*? Scijori?, a petition, Anecd. Syr. iii. 
132. 2, i.q. JLcl^ 1. 9, 140. 1. lb. 134. 8, 
139. 18, 19, ua&^m-jj Jfc^fco, ib. 163. 24, 
C.B.M. 1052 a, f. a, 1057 a > ***>»"!»? o^^. 

they framed a petition against heretics, Sev. 
Ant. Vit. 268 ult. 

JyQLOm*? Aioo-Kopoi, the Dioscuri, Mar Benj. 
64 n. 1. 

%fn»fc>^QAm«>» col. 888 and oAao»f col* 
879. 1. Aio(nro\LTT]s a draught to be taken after 
a purge, Med. 45. 21, 290. 8, 304. 22. 

*flo*^ o9im» f col . 888. Diospolis i.q. jJul 
Lydda, R. Duval ; >m»\o9in>)u> Nold. F. S. i. 
468. 4. 

yd^jbo ;Am-» ? col. 888. but a-ntppdr^v, com- 
pounded of seeds, Med. 321. 5, 12, 408. 21. 

tADCUfrjoA.*? diwovvSios, a freshman at the 
University of Beyrout, pi. o»»jcv9k*f, Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 48. 2 ; marg. note to 47. 4. 

tfiDO^jafe*? cob 889. Correct Sin7r<Wiof, 
beyond the sea, Syr. Horn. Rechtsb. 19. 4 af. 

<4dq*^a£dcl&*? dicfyva-LTT]^ a Dyophysite, one 
who declares two natures in Christ, Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 274. 1, Anecd. Syr. iii. 230. 3; pi. 
1^*adqlSl«? ib. 162. 10, 179. 16, 263. 12. 
Cf. lj^rm,9»cuf col. 880. 

2716 



^^) col. 889. diptychum, a twofold 
writing tablet, Act. S. Pelag. 5. 3. Add : 
*o.a^j3©>, ^oa^U?, lOci^^), and 
^».i^Si • } a diptych in the eccles. sense. 

^y^^^rtVot^t bin\<tnjt.<i, "operation qui con- 
sistait (i doubler le jwids des metaux on h 
changer les metaux en or ou argent,'' Chimie 
27. 9. aacum^So? ib. 1. 21. Cf. ib. translation, 

U&*?? a double astrolabe, De Astrolabe 74. 

fcflSa^j abbrev. of LXX fiui^aAfia for Heb. 
'"V ,9 ? 1^* xxxvii. 37, lxviii. 13, lxxxix. 4, 24, 
-Lee. 

ittoLp^f col. 889 infr. a mineral pro- 
duced by art. sediment of molten copper, etc, 
Chimie 4. 13, 5. 16. See ib. p. 128. 

^EL^al? col. 889. See examples under 
jLso^s^? Suppl. 

k»3-»? perh. Ar. c£Ji the parts of the skull 
which stick out behind the ears, BHGr. i. 
23. 16. 

Jicuf 81V17, col. 890. PI. Jjau? bUai, rights, 
privileges, Anecd. Syr. iii. 164. 4; » n\ a«», 
Syr. Rom. Rechtsb. 20. 6. With ;i/ to bring 
a lawsuit, plead, ib. 7. 16, 17. 

j^oeojjx*? &Kma>/xoTa, col. 890. documents, 
Syr. Rom. Rechtsb. 25. 4 ; J^apjji^f principles 
of right, maxims of law, ib. 39 tit. 

)?o~aI? name of a medicine, syrup 0/ poppies; 
see under ^. 

)iaJCla_»? col. 891. StaKoina, hospital, ref. 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 237. 21 ; pi. *aocw©JX.?, ib. 
241. 12. 

^cux^CLfiuf col. 891. SuiKovtKov, the vestry \ 
Pet. lb. 109. 1. 

i©o.*4^ja-? col. 891. bUrap.vov, Dittany, 
N. Hist. vii. 4. 4. 

^flod^iilf Aiok\jjs, physician and writer on 
medicine, Med. 19. 2, 4. 

fcu.io«f diKaviKTj, Civil law, liiAjii*?! Jlcoaoof 
the law (profession of), the bar, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
46. 10, 52, 7 ; Wvjux.?, ib. 54. 9, l-juo/ 
I^aIa*??, ib. 92. 7. 

N 



Q0CV.ni.ija».i 



i)0 



~\n 



%ad cl a*j.<o* > Sikowkoj, a pleader, counsel, 
barrister-at-law, Sev. Ant. Vit. 52. 4. 

^f Ve*cs+% col. 892. ducacTTTjpiov, a tribunal, 
A.M.B. i. 247. 18, iii. 306. 3. Pl.^i^so)^? 
Ua^I\a3 civil courts, Sev. Lett. 137. 5, 
ib. 434. 10, 13. 

aj»aju»A*»? dtatcfuvotitvoi, Separatists, those 
who did not acknowledge the Council of 
Chalcedon, BHChr. Eccl. 227. 13, u. 3. 

l*t)u»? Lat. diaria, allowance, stipend, Jac. 
Edes. Chron. Can. 266, Fraenk. in loc, ib. 
534, Udcl^j!? jnQiA^&f l+i\^9, Sev. Lett. 
27. 4 af. ; U'i+1 Jo. Epli. 10. 9; ^+++1 daily 
allowance made to monks, Anecd. Syr. iii. 
219. 4, Chron. Min. 288* 2. 

+si~9 1) see preceding word. 2) col. 892. 
^opS Diren> one of the Bahrein group of 
islands, Eransahr 43, Tabari 57 n. 2, Sassanidi 
13. 8, Hist. Hon. i. 869, ii. 188, n. 5, ZDMG. 
xliii. 406 ult., 407. 1. 

k-? pr.n.m. Dajath of Amid, Anecd. Syr. 
iii. 201. 15, Is-?? o»aS,.Mft:», ib. 213. 13, 1^*? 
LL*i«<*ao au/, ib. 326. 13. 

JfcL? col. 892. milvus, a kite. For Iktivos in 
the LXX. Anecd. Syr. iv. 62. 13 transl. 59 
11. 2 ; Kal-w-Dim, ed. Bick. 74. 24. 

Jfclalao col. 896. Dele 11. 7, 8 and 9 of the 
article, beginning " Haec." A mortaf. In 
Syriac treatises on alchemy this form is far 
more frequent than JkLo«j*>. The verb 



00 



,v 

to rub or grind down is derived from Jko^ao. 
R. Duval. Kefs. Chimie 22. 17, 19, 47. 19, 
21, 52 pen. etc. 

Ji3?. Pael **gj col. 894. to purge, clear 
away, Hippoc. ii. 9, iv. 8, 12. Med. 45. 14, 19 ; 

j.vi^gSIa U^o? UL*> ib. 47. 11, JLV& J£^*>? 

11. 12, 13. Ethpa. *o?L( 1) to be purged, 

Med. 45. 9, 10, 23, Hippoc. ii. 36, 37, vii. 
38. 56. 2) to be ejected, vomited forth, ib. 
i. 2. 24, iv. 3. 1, note 2. 

jJdo'f col. 895. m. purging, cleansing, Med. 

45. 20, )U«g f^>? J^°? ib - '• 22 « 

l^oo? for Imoo? Sofa, jprawe, JLa^ ^ja 
U»ao?o Hist. B. V.M. 41 ult., 42. 1. 



is>f col. 897. Ethpe. iijl^Vc. ? to remember, 
Jul. 12. 22. Fut. 2 p. s. ;olL Jl for i3?L )) by 
assimilation of I, C.S.B. 158, Nold. Hand. 
Gr. 212 n. 3. 

\jIoo% col. 898. 9 af. ff. the Eucharist 
celebrated in commemoration of a saint, Jac. 
Edes. Can. 3. 4, )j^)o? ^>Joci\ Stat. Schol. 
Nis. 30. 4. Col. 899. 2 add : Jlriao? memorials, 
Saints' days opp. )?)j^ the i^aste of Our Lord, 
Brev. Chald. i. 25. 6, 28. 9, 29. 7 and often; 
opp. I^U^ Jfcoed: Takhsa 77. 5, 10, 83. 16. 

^AUA/ ©»*s?l ^Iss&l ijS'jJ memoranda 
for oculists, a text book by }gi*. V & v ^ -^ » 
.4/i Bar-Isa, BHChr. Eccl. § iii. 277. 

jj>?, )t^? col. 899. Add: 3) arsenic, 
Chimie 19. 6. 4) i.q. \5U>o*$ : f. pi. *aSj*J? 
jl'io? to visit memorial stones (Budge) or to 
pei form memorial services, Pal lad. 86. 17* 

^?. fc^JL^? col. 902. with little trouble, 
without ado, Hunt, clxx under JV***a9 col. 

33 1 5- 

^f to thread the shuttle or to fasten the 
threads of the war}), JuisX? ^o? ^o -^?, Op. 
Nest. 72. 17, St ^yNa ,\o j_oJl*L^ ^ • v l 
]*ojdJC£ Jl^I^jLo Ho? p\^\ women toil at 
weaving and at threading i.e. at making warp 
and woof for cloth, BHGr. i. 98. 7, ^?o y*s>\ 
Ju^JI, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 687. 17. Cf. :^? 
t ^^ntvN. 5»^kI-^^ BA. under ^t col. 900. 

Ho*? col. 904. the warp; thread; Uliod 
UfJ^to Jlo?? linen and silken tunics, Sassanidi 
27. 3 but cf. quotations under ^k?. 

Ut col. 903. Pa. w^? to draw up, lift out. 
Add: ^v^r .©» .)J?i gloss to Pro v. ix. 12, 
Op. Nest. 100. 16, N.B. ^chqJLa^w uJ^>? 
"il leva les yeux" Coupes ii. 155. 1. Ethpa. 
J^fli inf. and part, raised up opp. J^UTkoSa 
cast down, JW]^>d? l^^o^-oo )}?fco& a^?fco& 
J]^*-*? ot^Oix^ j^a.^, Jl, Is. Nin. Serm. 
16 ult., 18. 1. 2. 

^>aX? Doliche, a bishopric in Euphratesia, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 325. 5 i.q. y&±h UclX? 
col. 906* 

uJ^?. w^f col. 906. ULdo! **^?? ^sb 
^otoLLi? whoso hath clouded pupils — sight, 
But. Sap. Econ. iii. 1. 



^ 



^aXj Doliche: see ^ocu^?. Nold. F. S. 
i. 470. 50, Or. Xt. ii. 273, 280, Gelzer 44. 

)ilIX* a man of DaUatha ©»]£I^* q. v. col. 
908. )L-^f ^J-**a- **«j» Protection 54. 3. 

Jl&^i? col. 908. 6. DaUatha, add : Jja^ 
JkJL^* ^a? Chast. 66. 17, 24, [ -\ V.v 
JkJlX*», ib. 67. 1, JfcJ£^j» ^L*»a.»? J*-f Journ. 
As. 1907, 164. 15. 

*flocu^aaX? Dalmatius, a Dalmatian, Doc. 
M011. 269. 8, 28. 

)j£l^oft\Si pl.m. dalmatics , worn at Holy 
Communion, Anecd. Syr. iii. 49. 27. 

tom\? a village near Hcliopolis, A.M.B. 
iii. 348. 

ifflS^f col. 908. According to Op. Nest, it 
is Elam or Khuzistan, o^ .yx^L-V. .c* » ;m^| 

loci K-*-^ 128. 13; female idols were 
worshipped there ^lot&Ll^ J^£< ;.cn S.^s* 
Rofcl^?, Jac. Sar. Horn. iii. 798. 11. 

<a^L? col. 908. to drop, drip. Act. part, 
ref. U^ ^^ ^?? )1^? Ephr. Kef. i. 
57- i7- 

sA.^9 col. 909. Act. part. UL^f add : 
J*clL» O^ftV • fire-flies or glow-norms, N. Hist, 
vii. 2. 2. 

Ij»? to resemble. Act. part. col. 912. add: 
J**\^I \^>h )^\^S^ fcJoo? crystalline, 
Med. 68. 13, 15, 69. 16; fc^? ()1©W) 
«n*^ i\ homogeneous, Ephr. Kef. i. 4. 36. 
L. 18 of par. JLcuLaai fc^oof consisting of like 
2>arts, ;a,o tt^J>o )uw ]Ldl» ^Ij^f )^?i, 
N. Hist. vii. 6. 1, Hebraica iii. 250. 13. 
Pa. wopf add : to see a likeness, to recognize, 
cO£ ^.oc*!L» ^.«.N o ^ »Vo, A.M.B. iii. 
2 35- 18. " 

JLooof col. 913. likeness. Add: ^&? y+( 
*-laoo* 6?/ comparison, Pallad. 331. 10. 

k^UlaDo*? similarly, Hist. Mon. i. 327. 17. 

ULL*>o? col. 914. ideal, ref. Uocla, )l^6j 
1*i^bo;o i*i>icu But. Sap. Theol. 4. 3, 

cJaaj, JLaaa* col. 914. PI. of our Lord 
Rcoot ^.Ulo jlouoN^o ^.1*1© U<3j ^*>L 
u na/ ww ;' BHChr. Eccl. 277. 6; JLaao? 
pvoprie formae, ib. n. 3. )k*J*-o Lo~. , so? Kffmtr- 
( ^"poy, homed, Gcst. Alex. 20. 8. 



91 T^a.t 

)Uoloo*Jso f. resemblance, Nest. Herac. 
411. 3. 

^i? 57oo(/, col. 910. Pf-^? denom. verb 
Palpel conj. col. 91 t. al parr ta &u, to be 
covered with blood, to be bleeding, ^i^Jso^Jt 
wchOjJ/, his hands would be covered with 
blood, A.M.B. v. 174. 12 = Pallad. 341 ult. 

jX&oe? alfjLarcadrjs, tinged with blood, refs. 
Hippoc. iv. 47, vii. 56, Med. 338. 1. 

Jjiooot m. haeniorrliagc, Hippoc. iv. 47, 
vii. 56. 

fcflocu^oooDf pr.n.m. Atjuoxap*}?, Demochares, 
Sev. Ant. Yit. 39. 10. 

JLw£ooj»o? col. 917. Srjuoo-ia, add: JLcl-S? 
jLAflod^o?? public property, A.M.B. v. 520; 
J^fioco©?? )k.^cw the public debt, ib. 521. 1, 
"If l^ii ivheat belonging to the community, 
Pallad. 322 ter ; fo»fcs^nao jk^coajsoj Jk*2t*fcsA^ 
p)ublicly attested, Pleroph. 25. 3; 26. 6. 

^&f. ^-vs?, lajsot col. 919. a sluggard; 

BH. on Pro v. xxiii. 21. 

Ja^b? col. 919. ste«?p, l^-ao? v*«^? Ro^» 
gloss, to JfcOkSciflD prayers at bedtime, QdhamW '. 
242. 2. 

*m^*>? ^»)/Ltof, the populace, C.B.M. 1059 b\ 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 271, 23. Usually written 

^*aoo? see ^m^o.*? : cf. Um^of etc. 

1 ct^A^m ss) Lat. domesticus, -um, belonging 
to the household, irio^my;? U^> loot «*»^& 
he served in the Imperial household, Pallad. 
226. 13. 

>m\o Km-V> f Themistocles ; Stud. Sin. i v. 
11, 12; 17. 14. 

^.if col. 920. Act. part. ^-v>i, jboof, 
f. pi. ^ochJlJoL ^&»?? ^£+} r whose eyes run, 
Med. 55. 19. 

lev no?, JkC-X^D? col. 921. 3 add: looej 
\\*Jn a vine producing )>IiIj» la^o watery 
gum. N. Hist. vi. 3. 3. 

;_&?. JLo;j»*. col. 922. Dele the article; 
it is jloi.^D? the things = business of the 
Lord. 



wa.1 



92 



rCAv^Ol 



U? Ethpe. uj?L/ col. 923. to call, summon, 
)>»»\9i\ o*j*1( Josephus vi. 12. 14. 

)J J col .924. i) a wine-jar ending in a point; 
ref. Lexx. under J-o, col. 3701. 2) a thick 
branch; |^,i9>^'Jao JJJ, Apis o». 1 1 ; BIT. de 
PL 1. 19. NB. f. j; ft.No ]fcocu»o JfcLi? 
branch, stem, and root, N. Hist. vi. 2. 1. 

U? a village one day's journey from 
Ctesiphon, Jab. 375. 

ydkJ^IJf emend yoV>)U? devil, A.M.B. v. 
457- x 5> i9- 

*sxj9 col. 924. Pa. cJ? to cut off the rear, 
^ ^j+xzo o^>)o ^ ^xiDkoo of? lest he 

lie in v:ait for us and cut us off, Jul. 167. 4. 

k**9oJ» name of a village, Jal>. 384. 1. 
Hoffmann suggests A-^aLj y the gate of N dibit 
(k^op) and adduces names of other gates 
named after goddesses, Pers. Mart. n. 764. 

w-j? col. 926. Act. part. 0A0 u*jj (>JAto?) 
bvvtov Ka\ avartWtov, Arist. Apol. \*». IO. 

Pass. Part. ***Ajf manifest, revealed, oo» [ajxld 
)j**.mo J^^ad .|u^^W Philox. de Trin. 11. 

20; Jfcs^xJfO jL'kto&Jl. Oi1lc£jI&+20 A.M.B. v 

639. 9. Ethpa. u*JJi( to be shown, made 
manifest, y^fc^xu? v+Gf l^oot te>* JN ^k*/ 
.^Jffc^j woci Jul. 47. 24. 

]!a«*Ajj> col. 928. the making clear of an 
affair, Kal-w-Dim. 103. 6. 

)LLi«j»co1. 928. 14 of par. PI. dele " in stat. 
constr. tantum usurpatur" and write ; juJ^o 
Ui^J&o BH. Gr. i. 49 ult. from Matt. viii. 
11 = Luc. xiii. 29 VHh. Add the direction 
of prayer i.q. Ar. Kiblah: ^JJ y+sj **!©/ 
l»^>»? L«o^o transl. of Kur'an II 139, 
Mingaua 89 or 27. 

JLcl^-i^jso f. easterly position. )U.m..)»^ 
Jif^ ^aof Jla3t-^j»o relative position to the 
East and West of each other of two cities, 
De Astrolabe 260, but JLcu^^^aao JLcu**j*j» 
ib. 261. 

yljxi*+j9 a place on the left bank of the 
Great Zab, M.Z. 215. 8. 9. 

***^oau? correct ^»tjUim.*? harKapiov, a small 
salver or paten, A, M. B. iv. 299. 5. 



*flo» nn9> ff prob. corrupted from arms. 
A kind of viper, Med. 279. 21, 

*ajf col. 929. to torture. Act. part. )ow ajj, 
Dion. 147. 17. Pael »aJ? to torment. Pass, 
part. jufiu»:tt JLiJl, Jul. 63. 23. 

\^uf (vowels uncertain) col. 930. Add: 
a Jjxi? weighs 4 carats, Chimie 69. 15, pi. 
Jloj?, Med. 49. 16, 55. 10, 92. 17, 18. But 
l&ji ib. 49. 20. 

±a>i col 930. Dasen, a mountainous district 
extending from Daudiya to the Upper Zab, 
Pers. Mart. 202. sqq. jl^-l^X ^d?? J»l(, 
A.M.B. i. 405. Cf. ^a>9 %**?> above. 

\S±a>i men of Dasen, a name for Yezidis, 
Monte Singar tit., 5 ult., 44 med. 

j^l^oo? col. 930. 10 af. quoted from Act. 
Mart. i. 199. 6 af. Correct ?^fc*i»? i.q. 
Jl;j>fcsj»? ib. 134. Syr. 17 and ]L^ft£Df Syn. 
Or. 671. Byz. AricrraytpS, Talm. NmpDH, 
Dastagerd, N. of Baghdad on the road to 
Media. Now Eski- Baghdad, Tabari 295 n. 1, 
Pers. Mart. 120, n. 1075, a bishopric, Syn. Or. 
37, 44, ZDMG. xliii. 396 pen, 

«*Jik? col. 931. 9 of par. to have hope extin- 
guished, \j++>( Jfcij^f JIjL* ^o aflL>kj, Josephus 
vi. 6. 10. Pa. *+£* chem. to cool, to plunge 
into cold water, Chimie 96. 19. 

-.if col. 932. Ethpe. ~£lU to be fixed, 
firm, oilooU f^fL/y M.Z. 17, 100. 

ij£» col. 932. to be pierced, ts,Q\^Uo t£s>? 
\jL3 jjotilaad / was transfixed and wasted 
with sore sufferings, Or. Xt. vi. 12. 3, Pa. +&f 
to pierce, JLLo^k o»ik y£.N r -v> — )ub&, Med. 
79. 11; to pierce, shine through, o»o;_X? 
)ial^k| otLVvx^ bright rays dazzled Ms mistress, 
Hist. Jos. 69. 10. j-Io» ft -> i-i!L^f — ]Ljoo» 
a mind riddled with wandering thoughts, Is. 
Nin. B. 284. 8. 

tOk? col. 933. denora. verb from JfcL^o? 
to sweat, tfc-L^.? I perspired, Mar Marcos 164. 
Pa. fcOkj to perspire freely. Part, fcOkJlaD 
•o*a*^0 one whose skin acts, BH. Stories 62. 
232. 

jfcl^o? Heb. nyj from an older root yt\ 
Ar. cj.. IBpo)?, sweat, Hippoc. i. 11, iii. 6, 

iv. 6 times, v. 67, vii. 3 ; Med. 330. 16, 360. 



K^u^.: 



93 



1.1 



20, 538. 12, 13. Metaph. *.£i©?? )££©? 
idpS>Tfs y sweat of monastic labours, Rev. Ant. 
Vit, 227. 1. Gum, resin, Med. 585 ult., 
)W? ?, ib. 582. 12, US^i? ?, ib., Jl£^£? ?, 
ib. 566. 18 ; )u^>M f scwra ow honey, ib. 160. 
20, o»k^of JLa*-! Jii^J skimmed or clarified 
honey, ib. 301. 7/8; JkLff f jwwi of the olive, 
ib. 87. 10; U*Llf jfcl^o? ib. 93. 13 should 
probably be Jki^of meerscfiaum, Pers. b,j ^_a£ 
J? I*? ? gum of the almond tree, ib. 582. 8; 
IL'ioLf f what! ib. 565. 17. 

)fcL^>? sweaty, jfci^oj **& J&-M Jbi£ 
toilsome labour dripping with sweat, Hist. Mon. 
J - 343- 9- 

Jfcf for l»r« stream: \L»9 JL^&i j&f 
Gest. Alex. 261. 1, 268. 17. 

kaj col. 934. 11 of par. an altar slab, 
Takhsa 146. 4, 165. 25, 129. 19. Col. 935. 2 
^/» />fl?«> Brev. Ant. 36 pen., \&*s> on p. — ; 
ib. 61 a 13, 14, 16, 191, 196. 

^d&£DoS? bnovo-iuv, transliterated by Duval 
without explanation, Chimie 14. 11. 

ttiDoua? a fabulous winged creature, Natur. 
58. 14. 

U&t col. 935. f. add : for (lA? a plank, 
Apoc. Lit. 15. 9. PI. Jk^iSf vyriting tablets, 
kft^n kflDoaAjiwif )fc*-aa? jp-^-jt, Chron. 
Mid. 354. 21. 

^9? col. 936 denom. verb from Jas?. to 
expend, spend, «aSu Udo/ ^H' ^ev. Ant. 
Lett. 217. 7. 

****!£? col. 936. Add: Aa<f)vidtov, Laurus 
^obilis, the laurel or bay-tree, ^»«^i3?? \&+£ 
bay leaves, Med. 40. 13, 103. 14, 107. 12, 
^*»*ldj! fcJi laurel berries, ib. 293. 14 and 
often, ^»^jLdf? I"l*&, ib. 102. 6, 148. 14, 

^t-o*? t^»? M>j^> ib - 375- 2 ; ^-~i2>!? 1^> 
An. Syr. 185. 6; ^***x9?? U>*fl'» J*cu ♦*•©/ 
Jul. 247. 26. 

L>«-S? col. 936. apKiv6os, juniper, \j*S»i 

B H. de PI. 28, JuuSf k*ib> Galen. 252. 57. 

l&L&Af f. the mange, BA. under Jfc^a«I, col. 
I 26 5 ." 



9 * 



uDf . col. 936. JjSoj ra. £/ia£ which is ground, 
JkwJ^Liot JLoo? 2 }€ar ^ s reduced to powder, 
Chimie 84. 20. 

JuaooJ col. 938. ra. the pestle of a mortar, 
Chimie 22. 21, 47. 20. 

]Loaa£; col. 938. f.fine dust, \&\& IclOwJD? 
powdered stone, Chimie 56. 20. 

J-ojJ? col. 938. grinding, beating, U±s>f 
j^ocL^of Chimie 23. 1. 

Jfclfi?, |^oo^ jfcLo? pounded beans, Med. 
181. 10, 22. dust, powder, A.M.B. v. 510. 8. 

Jfc^jDjjio col. 938. a mortar: Chimie 50. 18, 
56. 9, Med. 242. 10, 320. 17. 

^a&*£oji£? corruption of doKifia(rla(v) trial, 
the ret to Pat. Vit. = A.M.B. v. 198. 7. 

0-0? var. ooL Copt. TKiooy Antacopolis 
a bishopric in Egypt, held by Macarius, 
Diosc. ed. Nau 41. 7, R.O.C. i. 189; name 
of a desert, A.M.B. iii. 614. 16. 

uDCuot col. 938. Dakonk, 8 miles South of 
Kerkuk in Beit Garmai, Jab. 37, M.Z. 17. 96. 

hock? place-name BB. col. 450 under J iii. 

%<au9aof col. 939. 1. a decurion, add ref. 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 201. 10/11. 

I^oj col. 939. 2. the tenth Induction, Anecd. 
Syr. iii. 249. 13. 

JfcJ^s? f. pi. woto^Jj Jfcl^Lb? the soles of 
his feet, J. A. O.S. xv. 293. 3. 

i.s? col. 940. Add : to lance an abscess, 
^09} wrongly for ^tof, Med. 127. 7; J>i 
o££^3 ycu( he kicked at them, Pallad. 588. 
21. Pass. part, i+joi thrust through, pierced, 
Jac. Syr. Horn. iii. 808. 18. 

JlS-*a-o? stimulation ] )c^a^**» J^taAt «^»(, 
Bar. Sud. 85. 

JLV-©? col. 941. stabbing pain, pleurisy, 
add refs. Hippoc. i. n, iii. 22, 29, v. 7, 14, 
vii 16, 32, vii. 9, \CJo>\, Med. 217, bis, JlViS? 
213. 1, 14, pi. jLiof ib. 202. 4, 227, bis. 

Jl/jii? f. a plant with leaves like garlic and 
yellow blossoms, Med. 600. 11. 

*? to fight. JlW? sing, of Jioif? col. 942. 
a combat, )Uo t ^ o*^ [&> Jac. Sar. Horn. ii. 
57- 7. 



1*1.1 



94 



k'Aicuai.iAuso 



)>> col. 942. jj 09*20 a cylinder •, the roller 
of a mill. J^jvi )J6f«j» N. Hist. ii. pt. 6, 
eight times. 

UJo9«j&, Jfc^Jo»«j» cylindrical, ]*~^ «J* 

Jlioot JfcwJof^jo .Ujo^o But. Sap. Philos. 6. 8. 

Jj? a river in Adiabene, Chast. 27. 1. 

♦^{»f correct +z>\i9 and ♦ajff q.v. col. 369. 
Pers. jbl^b Darabhady the abode of Darius; 
a district and episcopal Sec in Beit Garmai, 
Act. Maris 41. ult. n. = A.M.B. i. 64. 14, 15, 
B.O. ii. 459. 

|o>> Ar. i_>.^ a defile, pass, Dion. 24. 23. 
Nold. inloc. WZKM. x. 166. 

<^j?> )^J!- Denom. verb ^j? col. 945. 
to advance gradually. Add : act. part. J^JS.** 
jfcs^oot )1^N>»»^ ^ft.i\> ^jt-^ science leads 
the soul on towards the knowledge of hidden 
things, Patr. Or. iii. i. 105. 5. To promote, 
JL&uao <^»^3, Bar. Sal. Journ. As. 1908, 96. 
Etbpa. *^j?i( to he ranged, arranged, ]L*a^JT 
^?*o2> J£L£ Is. Nin. B. 186. 16. To pro- 
ceed in an enquiry, lo^ — ^i^jjl^o, Patr. 
Or. iii. i. 103. 4. 

IPS?* I- 1 1 t P fi ? * I ? * ) * 

|u^>o? adj. gradual, |^>o? kittA y( 
JajlTfcoi V )l P c\i\«)lfeoc ecu^a ?/ gradual 
change be not conditioned by the definition of 
motion, N. Hist. cap. iii. part 4. 

k*±1^9j*>o col. 946. gradually, N. Hist, 
cap. iii. part 1, and part 4. 

JLaj^>tfco& f. gradual increase, Jfcoooi)* 30, 
Nest. Herac. 296. 13. 

J^i?, I^j? col. 946. better J^j?, Ar. —\j± 
Praet. Miss. 45. 23. in. the francolin, pi. 

Jl^d^f? col. 946. a cradle, BH Gr. i, 35. 
17; J£aJ>? Itll^c^Ji? Lexx. col. 3815. 

[+jlit in. pi. Dardans, Chron. Min. 355. 14. 

«o>>? Ar. *.a^ a dirham, drachm. Used in 

weighing money and pearls, Med. 447. 3. 

Cf. \Jish. 

Jjoi? in the phrase Juscu ^so >^:xi> J(o>? 

prob. corrupt ior ra Stiicpva t<ov 'Hhiaftwv, 
dcctrit.m, amber, Chimie 236, n. 4. 



of? Chald. pa^, nnvi, r^iw, 
7 ~^o>*a Icl^jsc? /^ detected the vizir 
among the attendants, Ibn S. Thes. 22 a. 

(ooot? Spoons, with *L*&( v he made a rush at, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 100. 16. 

*oj? Zend draono, a small round shewbread, 
Pers. ijj;^, Jab. 440 ult., Pers. Mart. n. 860. 

4^o>? Ar. 'i,± Doronicon, leoparcVs bane, 
Med. 141 ult., 263. 12, 393. 10, 397. 16 and 
so correct <^»6f, ib. 262. 23. 

Ju^Of? Pers. i£\\$ a confidential servant, 
A.M. B. ii. 590/8. 

ifioof? col. 947 quoting Apoc. Act. i. 278. 8. 
Perh. corrupt for v8pav\ts, a, hydraulic organ. 
Usual form JJoijo*, S. Fraenkel ap. ZA. 
xvii. 86. 

Ifc^DOff see under jo* Suppl. 

^sl^oof ? Pers. e^^.j health -f ju> lord, 
master, T ran si. of apxiarpos, Chief physician, 
Syn. Or. 562. Syr. 5, Pers. Mart. n. 971 
i. q. ]o&»? **r*i c °l- l &9> Sassanidi 1311. 2, 
Jab. 522, Or. Xt. i. 64. 11. 

♦^oil^oof? Pers. l^Ul^,, the Day of 
Resurrection, opp. JJo» )^wV ^ , A.M. B. ii. 
576- r 3- 

LH^~>? i-q. JlfJL^^^? q.v., cf. Juttf k-.* 
and W*1 k^», ZDMG. xliii. 405. 12. 

*^'t name of a fosse at Sinister, from 
«a,<x»9?, Sassanidi 32. 

U*+il col. 948 ult. Dele. 

|u*-»f JJrisha, a place in Beit Nuhadra, 
Chast. 25. 19. 

^i?. )^«d>o? col. 950 f. Add : an abject 
form of address, your footprints, ^& ^L.ya 
Jfc^JjS .aofcof©?, note ~h& %c£ai:&, A.M.B. 
v. 611. 15. 

\J>o*f, Jfcloo*?, col. 950. =Ar. AJ,l». a slave 
girl, girl, Nold. G.G.A. 1884. 683, El. Nis. 
77. 42 ; JoJL* ]1++2lm, )**» JfcooM, Kal-w-Dim. 
228. 9. 

)icuLo>ffcsJo col. 952. Add : perception, 
UjJoo* loQrocii icLXojjfcsni But. Sap. Theol. 
5. 4 ; JlS^t- knowledge is JL'k-kJl ILcuarffece 
exact comprehension, BB. under JfcO*?^ col. 



r^Lso&l.! 



95 



r<!xT3CT3 



U^m col. 952 f. dpaxpy'], a drachm, ♦_!• 
Wttafrj equals eighteen siliquae or carats, and 
four *£olx±o'91 equal fifteen denarii, or dinars, 
Chimie 69. 13/14. 

^3 oho ff prob. corruption of Pers. cui^ 
« treel Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 61. 9. 

f9f col. 952. Ethpe. of fL( to use trickery, 
act with cunning, «f ffcs."» j^a^c? oti^t Jw +3 
**<*ciXbw ? ^\» Jf^v) ^{f .Joch, Anecd. Syr. 
iii. 217. 11, 271. ult. 

Hs-I^tl^ craftily, Nest. Herac. 17 ult. 

JLcl*3$Ij& f. low cunning, trickery, U^2>fcoo 
JLcu^ft.aa profiteers and plunderers %66<2 
trickery Philox. 123. 8. 

UjQj^Dt? col. 952. dromonarii, boat-men, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 18. 25. 

tfiocL*3ff var. awo^DOtf hpopos, a faction of 
the circus, A.M.B. v. 558. 1, 5. 

^aaaif pr. n. m. of a Persian, Jab. 522. 

•A,ajfj pr.n.f. Persian, A.M.B. ii. 636* 

*oi*dȣof? pr. 11. 111. Darsakis, bishop of the 
Armenian city Arzargan, BHChr.Eccl. 733. 3, 
called Sergius, B.O. ii. 378 b infra. 

»ak*x»ff see ^^I^Aooff. 

^oj^ff place-name, Doc. Mon. 172, 7, 
C.B.M. 7076. 



yCu^»S9f read *a^3o(f virarov, the highest, 
as M.S. Sachau quoted Schatzh 4. 14. But 
the third or lowest heaven, loc. cit., Fraenk. 
in loc. ZDMG. lvi. 100; Spec. Thesaur. 1 ult. 
>oi9, act. part. m. pi. »*£f? correct ^**£?> 
kfloojDjf name of a fortress in Thrace, Anecd. 
Syr. ii. 22. 1, 178. 18. 

jtff. ]^lf«j^) col. 956. a doctrinal hymn, 
add refs. y-^f wo*ojjf "^O^f U,f*^, Ephr. 
ed. Lamy ii. 807. 1 ; ^olli? o^ol^ Hf«Jao 
Brev. Chald. i. 129. 15; Qdham W. 123. 5; 
pi. \I9J0, ib. 246. 5, 253. 12, 255. 8. 

Uilfffcvji col. 957. pi. JkLlfffcoe iv rotai 
yvfivao-TiKotaip, those who take much exercise, 
Hippoc. i. 3. 

J^jwff col. 956. a drug for spleen and liver 
complaints, ref. Med. 399. 3. 

1^a9 Greg. Carm. ii. 49. 10 should be 
\^m! Xdi/xo?, gullet of a bird. 

JlL*,f col. 957. a gift. E.-Syr. \±a,9 Jab. 
77. 4. 5 and passim. 

uki denoni. verb from |in> to give gifts, 
Jj^^chcl^o oom ^f .Jab. 93. 4, 97. 5, .^t°° 
Jfcliot^i +*}* \Oot^ he gave away women 
and children as p>rese/nts, ib. 200. 4. 

J|£a>? col. 958. the desert, a certain plant 
grows jl^^o JfQ-^ Med. 576. 3. 



CT3 



JoJo# i.q. Joo* pi. of JLow an abyss, Jac. 
Edes. Hex. 32. 7. 

»eu»^tot correct *a-»^j))ot <\aTT)piov, ela- 
terium, |jo« o^ fZ> J^f H^-^ ^qu*^{sh 
^U.f Ud^ Jocui ^Juao o^T) BH. de Pi. 
73, Gottheil in loc, ZDMG. xliii. 125. Cf. 
Ar. PflnN. 332. 

)^loi 'EXKds, -dda, Hellas. 

)£©» pi. of Jfclsoi f. col. 964, blossoms \&o* 
IV-^f Jul. 93. 21 ; nietaph. ib. 1. 14, 100. 10, 
Is. Ant. i. 174. 11. 

*a£o» col. 964. act. part. o^o»\p shining, 



adorned, splendid, \ L«£\ ^ ^S^no which Us>&£ ZDMG. Iii. 153. 



dazzle the eye, Is. Nin. B. 34. 6. Pass, part. 
adorned, I L.z>c**o jo^ff )fes«»*v».-% a city 
adorned ivith trumped-up gods, Jul. 21. 10. 

JLcoA^o*.*© f. blossoming, U^L/ IcfiA-xSjpo 
But. Sap. N. Hist. vii. 5. 1 ; \Zs& Lgll^o^o, 
Theol. 3. 2. 



>o» col. 964. The enemy = Satan, 
Hormizd. 169, 1255, 1672, 2236, 3066. 

jt-^ot extra name of Athanasius archi- 
mandrite of Karthamin, )us« uacuL/, Jac. 
Edes. Chron. Can. 575. 10. Fraenkel corrects 



.o* pr. n. m. Abib, Bishop of Tarsus, 
BHChr. Eccl, 387. 2. 

J^ca col. 966. Ethpe. w^o»i/ fut. J^©>fco 
to spell, .^£U^ li^^" *-^ *-? W-**» 

uj^ ^x \iute .u~ >£ ^& u>^> 

Op. Nest. 39. i. 

JJJL^©» in. spelling, reading aloud, add: 
JJJ^ci* H, Stat. Schol. Nis. 25. 7, ZDMG. 
xxxvi. 132, xlvi. 24. 2. 

JJJ^c*^ col. 967. 11 of par. 5th word, 
corr. ^i^V^s^s, to pronounce, El. Tir. 49. 
Teacher of spelling = teacher of the lower classes, 
opp. } ■ - 1 ft ^ teacher of reading intelligently, 
C.B.M. 53 6, Stat. Schol. Nis. 7. 9, 25. 6, 
27. 3. PI. M.Z. 73. 15, Barhad 383. 12. 
JJu^o^a may also mean teacher of rhetoric 
from w^pi/ fi€Xfr<ia> to meditate, study, teach 
rhetoric, ib. 399 n. Teacher of the spiritual 
meaning of Holy Scripture, Mingana ap. 
Journ. As. 1906, 278. 

JLau^o>aa col. 967. interpretation of Holy 
Scriptures, Barhad ap. Journ. As. 1905, 160 n., 
171. 7 af., Nars. ed. Ming. 33. 1. 

^^o» : «^4?* c0 ^ 9^*** t0 delude, Jab. 
471. 4, )U^^ ^^>© t^S^? 00 ib * 
478. 14. 

fc^li^^oj phenomenally, illusorily, colours 
have no Jlofcs-/ but appear J^U^^s^ -^ u *- 
Sap. Philos. 6. 2. 

i^i^^o* imaginative, *^J? jLi^^ot JL~ 
Jtd-ao?, N. Hist. viii. 3. 5, Jicuuofj-ao 
Jls-JL^ci^oo, Theol. 2. 5. 

Jia^^»fcsj£ f. i.q. Jtai^^o»fco& col. 969. 
|a»tn>o V o>rcu^^o>fes ^S\ ^r^ ^' we are not/ 
capable of limitless meditation, But. Sap. 
Philos. 5. 4. 

.cl^oi col. 970. 1. Aega, a bishopric in 
Cilicia, De Goeje B. 64. 3. 

^mo^Sa^o* pr. n. m. N. Hist. vii. 5. 3. 

.0*^0* ('ptou, wool, Chimie 274, n. 3. Cf. 
. a*^/, p. 3, and ya*»©» below. 

[L^* half-bred. Add: )&^o» J^a^iT 
a common or barndoor fowl, Gest. Alex. 18. 7. 

*»6;-a^o* atyeipos, the black poplar, N. Hist. 
vi, 4, 1 ; Gottheil in BH. de PI. 4. 10. 



cuVV 



icn 



j» col. 970. Ethpe. ji^o*"** *° ^ e over ~ 
thrown, beaten down, add : o»1Tcl3o* J*^»U 

A. M.B. v. 58 n. Ethpa. J*4£l/ 1) to be 
destroyed, JL^o |o&^oi^, But. Sap. Pol. 
iii. 3; Poet. Syr. 8. 6. 2) to gather force, be 
vehement, y+( «JL^cl^j o»S!p )©6» jp^afc*ai 
jLaal ^j£, Jac. Sar. Horn. ii. 67. 9. 

jujaujcoo^oi rjytfjiopiKo?, authoritative, But. 
Sap. Philos. i. 1. Eccles. provincial, Syn. Or. 
69. 17, 24. See lu^tt^ttd^ below, and 
col. 3265. 

i^o» Ar. *£J* col. 971. Add: II agar, 
capital of Bahrein, Tabari 260, Eransahr 42; 
ZDMG. xliii. 404. 12, 407. 2 ; Syn. Or. 128, 
216; Nold. Syr. Chron. 47, 11. 1. 

i^i col. 971. i^oti to live as a Moham- 
medan, liave intercourse with Mohammedans, 
3 p. f. impf. *»«^»L, Jac. Edes. Can. 13. 10 
and n. 

Jui^ojjaD Moslem. Add : |u^p>jsDt juJL*, 
era of the Hijrat, Chron. Min. 348. 17, Dion. 
1. 13. 

Jfo» col. 972. to wander in thought, Jf©»? )oo 
Jm*»£D l^*,a«*2> ^jototo (correct u»>ch), Philox. 
160. 4. 

l-Ljci pass, guided, led, BHGr. i. 38. 15, 

• JJU9<H^0, 1. l6. 

)U?o» for [Zio* a guide, Pallad. 24. 6. PI. 
J^joi ib. 533. 2 ; Gest. Alex. 183. 5 cod. 

B, C. D. but U?^ * n text > Schatz. 240. 3 
var. )lu?o* ; JJujcho Ji-*A* J^a^Is. Nin. Chab. 
91. 1, U-fo* ib. 10. 15. 

Ul?o» pr.n.m. Ant. Patr. 304 n, 126. 

v aam-.jfoi river Hydaspes, A. M.B. iii. 240. 

f fo», Aram. Tin Hadad, a storm god,Inscript. 
of Zengirli, Lidzbarski 409, 441, WZKM. 
vii. 130. 1. 

fc^JJoujoi col. 974. l&KOTiKws, vulgarly, in 
the vernacular, BB. under *a* -*\ , col. 1879. 

Qu^A^ttoi Edictales, Law students in their 
second year, Sev. Ant. Vit. 47. 4, marg. 

cu^jci^f » y» Nau in loc. R.O.C. iv. 556. 



ptlsa.icn 



(Bonders 



Juifci col. 975. a member. Add: a passage 
of a MS., DBB. 1364. 1, 2677 under j^io». 

JJcoo?o» dimin. of Jaoio» a limb. PI. ^cao?o», 
4 Mace. 331. 

^?o» denom. verb. Pass. part. m. pi. 
K&?opo large-limbed , )ooi»c*-so Jfcs.*#euoo* )Ulj/, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 337. 22 ; horses cannot carry 
them ^jtt?o»aa? «c*^, ib. 23. 

jrojAfofjMD f. the being endowed with limbs, 
Is. Nin. B. 17. 14; manifestation in bodily 
form, ib. 50. 13. 

*flo?o» col. 976. 1. The passage from Sanct. 
Vit. = A.M.B. v. 412. 9 means: she occupied 
herself with the clothing of the nuns. 

ffo* col. 976. Ethpa. i\oXr add: trans. 
to glorify, Sev. Lett. 230. 18. 

)>f ot col. 396. efyn, ^e anus, Hippoc. v. 20, 
Hunt, clxx under J^auo col. 2727. 

^flooi>fo» col. 977, the popqry. ^- *flo©l'*** 
col. 1206. 

yaxDOMo> vbpdpyvpos, quicksilver, Med. 220.4, 
yCL»aooj>oj, ib. 321, 21. Cf. *©fCL^jof?o©# 
below. 

))©*?©» col. 977. a water-organ, add ref. Is. 
Ant. 294. 10, 296. 12. 

^Jjc* denom. verb from JUotfi to play the 
water-organ, to praise, a^>*o» w*©«^ Hormizd. 
2 3°i. 

»cL^oo*fot col. 978. ref. Warda 247 v with 
gloss. [jk^>to )>.aa^ wm^ rm<Z honey. 

%ttCLU99oi t) river Hedrinos = the Pishon, 
Chron. Min. 354. 2. 2) //ac?rsa«(opolis), 
bishopric in Caria, De Goeje B. 65. 20. 

%*?©» col. 978. See a conjecture of Hoffmann 
in ZA. xi. 247. 

\ ».n,» 9>»»o> i. q. *jp o - 0-> . g o>»o> col. 978. 
dropsical, Anecd. Syr. iv. 87. 9 ; pi. an^Si? oo» 
ib. 19. 

001 col. 980. oot oot used impersonally, 
with a plural, in a corroborative sense, those 
very, those same, UfrNcL 001 oo», Ephr. Ref. 
ii< 50. 7 ; oot V o« not the same, ib. 43. 27, 
46. 40. 

|L'cL*o» col. 980. Add: state, condition, 
■BHCarni. 139. 11. 

2716 



) Leu 0**^0* col. 981, with o, identically, 
exactly, opp. JJj&o^ Nars. ed. Ming. 358 note. 

Joo* col. 983. Aorist passive infinitives in 
-Ofjvai formed with Joo* are common ; 
Joo* |Il»Koo iciaxs/ €$o>p[a6T] he was exiled, 
]oo» |lu1^oqJo^3 €X€tpnTovi]Sr] he teas ordained, 
ZDMG. xxvi. 830 in BHGr. 1. 47- Add: 
^oo» ^ji what happened to thee ? Kal-w-I)im. 
ed. Bick. 12. 8, 56. 7, Pallad. 690. Imper. 
with pron. surf. wLoo» contr. of wfcJ( «oo», 
^^fwQt nq Vfl W **tooi be persuaded , Theod. 
Mops, in Jo. iv. 21. 

jLcuo*/ correct JLcL.o» state, likeness, Mar 
Marc. 165. 

jL'cuoot add: production, ^oo^^aa Lo*oo», 
Chini ie 15. 9. 

)l1Ioo^ col. 988. having creative influence, 
heavenly bodies l^aoo^flo J? JjJ^Jooo Uloo^e 
have creative and destructive influence over the 
elements, N. Hist. ii. v. 

JLailoo^i the act of creation, creatireness* 
add ref. But. Sap. Theol. 2. 3; Philos. 3. 4. 

Joo, peril. va\as or tcvavos, a stone which 
cures dropsy, Anecd. Syr. iv. 87. 8, Land, 
ib. 83 trans. 

IsA^ocM, lLy\, Ubulla, near Basra, pro- 
vince of P'rath d'Muisan, ZDMG. xlvi. 756. 
9 af., ts\-> oo»? corr. I^oocho, ib. 757. n. 

k^oo» vyUui, Hygeia, goddess of health, 
A.M.B. iv. 284. 

U^e* (B-^O Chald. NJJin, Ar. ^U**. 
m. pi. swift dromedaries, so corr. U^oo», 
Kal-w-Dim. ed. Biek. 96. 23, 97. 19, 127 11. 
F. Jfcu^? * BHGr. i. 23. 24; pi. JfcuL^oo*, 
ib. 35. 1. Cf. |1^ and U^ca col. 971. 

)?oo» Ar. V^jjb interj. Ho, Hist. Mon. i. 288, 
ii. 517 11. 

*cdo*?oo* 6 "Y%, Hyde in Lycaonia, Nold. 
F. S. i. 473- 99- 

*o»c^joi?©o* vdpdpyvpov, mercury, Chimie 
passim ; spelt *co\$ a^jU?oo» and yOJo^jffoo* 
col. 989. 

a»o*?o©» vSop, moisture, gloss. JfcOwo? 

Chimie 7. 13. 

o 



aniAiiocn 



98 



CUlJ^^COO 



aA*dif?oo» m.pl. ydpoontKos, dropsical, Anecd. 
Syr. iv. 87. 19, JuAASffot 1. 12 and ^o^aSo*?©) 
col. 978. 

a»otluf>)Joo* see JfcuLoV* vaKtvQos the jacinth, 
Apoc. xxi. 20. 

^.oot, |luoo» col. 988. perh. Ar. ^^a, e>J-*' 
cool, tranquil, wise (as BB. not strong as B.A. 
ib.) Nold. and Schulthess emend ^oot for 
^oo» in the phrase J^sJ&l : yloolf )i>JL^ 
^ » \ . v > uJS »fo ^joot? in the hour of victory 
vjhen toe are wise and think it over, A.M.B. 
v. 15. 18; and again for *och-*> read «*»oo» 
\x2> Jl*,o anyone with a troubled mind visiting 
S. Antony returned reasonable and calm, ib. 
1 13. 2. 

fc^l-Upoi quietly, tepose fully, J^oti ^koot 
to«, Stud. Sin. ix. 118. 21 ; A.M.B. v. 64. 20. 
Three MSS. have this variant for ^«|joo»»; 
^**U*oot o&Li Hormizd. 3352 with gloss. 

\o« a tambourine, Mt. Singar 11. 6. 
Jjjoo* col. 990. matter. Jto*fiol? JJoo* materia 
medica, Galen. 246. 7, 248. 4. 

l^*U^oo» materialistic, fcv»JJ^oo> o^£d o/" 
\iL±i k£t Is. Nin. B; 19. 4 af. 

JLcuX^Loot add : ]oJL2 LoLL^Loot material 
form, Is. Nin. B. 182. 10. 

Jloo» a village and monastery in Anzitene, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 75. 5, 230. 2. 

J-Xo* a dweller in Jlooi, Anecd. Syr. ii. 
2 3°- 3- 

yoojloo* usually ©jdJJooi Ihdachu, Khan of 
the Mongols, BHChr. Eccl. 733. 6, 755. 8, 
759. 24. 

yCLfc^oa^ooot col. 992. ofxoovawu, add ref. 
Syn. Or. 134. 23. 

yoo* denom. verb Pael conj. to compose one's 
mind, be calm, ^ »oo*o T -t - ^ n c» n> u^ a^X 
be courageous and cairn thyself, S. Dan . 4 6 b 3 af. 
Palel ^Joot to comprehend, — 1 *>* rvi y* 
l*=u JLwJJ wojOaJjoop? S. Dan. 57 b ult. 

k-UJoo» col. 993. Add : intellectually, 
reasonably, Ebed J. Card. 19. 3. 

JLoaJjooi f. mental perception, intellectual 
consideration, Hist. Mon. i. 307. 22. 



(Joooo endowed with mind, But. Sap. 
Philos. 6. 5 ; pi. )l>6©^*> AVarda 25 r. 

JLojoc*j*> col. 993. buivoia, 4 Mace. ii. 2, 

reasonableness, ib. ed. Bens. v. 19, vii. 3; 

jLouoopp J) o» Jloio^JL, Med. 5. n and 
marg. 

UJooi^o = JJoiio intelligent, 1±joo^& Jul&j 
Nold. F. S. i. 477. 

tocu^jboi evcoTtKov, the Henoticon of Zeno, 
C.B. M. 936 b. Cf. .aa^oJot and *aa*^Jo» 
col. 1028. 

«£6oA£o6of and ^ooo^ooot pr. n. in. Hosius of 
Cordova, Or. Xt. i. 84. 4. 

5oo* abbrev. of JL*£*9oot a province, Or. Xt. 
ii. 286. 9, 290 pen. 

.^^A^aA^a^oof Balsainodendron opo- 
balsamum, the balm tree, Pal lad. 123. 7. 

yrtJfaSoot v7roftvTT]s, under* garment, Jac. 
Edes. ap. Manichelsme 100 n. 13. 

JJa^£D*»?o&oo» v7rodta(TTo\T) f a minor stop =jj=, 
Epiph. 7. 6, 8. 

u»Qflm»l yi.\aSo» col. 996. vTroXrjfjLpicnco?, 
the critical mark -f-, Epiph. 16. 10, pi. C.B.M. 
905 a, Lag. Vet. Test. 356. 69. 

^fmm9i\ 0:£och vTroXrjyfn?, reputation, Sev. 
Lett. 148. 6, >m^mft.\aaoo<, ib. 378. 8. 14, 
%m»nn vtoXfeoof, ib. 347. 23, tmomyi^afloot, 
id. Vit. 60. 8, Ballad. 225. 8, A. M. B. 
vii. 124. 

)^vui\safloo> col. 996. ref. records, minutes 
of a synod, Sev. Lett. 61. 6. 

yqcu^.fltv. l*>oa.9oai col. 997. VTI OfJLVrjerTLKOV. 

a memorandum, memorial, Sev. Lett. 107. 10 ; 
yOn»^nftl*ifl9>oo», Epiph. 6. 14. 

yOfo^uiaSooi (in Thes. ia&oot col. 998) 
tmroicwTavpos, hippocentaur, A.M.B. v. 565; 
yOfa^A&oc*, Pallad. 245. 8. 

^o^dooi (martlet, largesse on the accession 
of an emperor, Jul. 23. 8. See Jil^aoot 2. 

t£ooa*^9oot vnartKtk, consular rank, Sev, 
Ant. Vit. 104. 8. 

yo.;^aoi Agrimony eupatorium, Med. 52. 
17, 198. 12, 296. 5, 603. 11. 



K^oia 



ocn 



99 



\±smb\r* 



pcL^kSoot i.q. yosj&co* and Ssoo» llypacpa, 
a town in Asia, Ebed J. 206, col. 2099 under 

^oo» v(f)iv ) hyphen, Epiph. 7. 6. 

yO^^ASoo* pr. n. 111, A.M.B. iii. 276. 

yCOJttuQ9>oo» vTroK(ifi€vov, logic subject, Syu. 
Or. 250. 2. 

^^aAdoot i.q. *a>cu^mA2>cc* col. 998. 
imoKivTis, Cytinus hypocistis, a parasite of the 
cistus, Med. 64. 10, 159. 9, 160 bis, 208, 21, 
235. 16. 

yCLCu^Soo* Med. 49. 15 : see »j&opt col. 
995 Hypericum. 

L.*„o„A.Jts,Aoo> viroQeTiKos, hypothetical, 
f wop Jf>fcL«J*o ]]^a^1s^och *-><>♦, But. Sap. 
Theol. 2. 2 ; Nat. Hist. ii. i. sect. 7 ; 
^oofc^iL^aoo* Philos. 6. 5. 

ittAtt^Soot col. 999. legal, a cause, charge, 
Sev. Lett. 18. 10; pl.*m*x»lct£oo» ib. 128. ult. 

Ju^oiloot the Heruli, Dion. Ined t 474. 2. 

yO*fOo) eop€ioi>, &piov, a storehouse, magazine, 
Pet. lb. 106. 4, 112. 4. 

t£0O&*$6o) pi. dSU?6ot evpinos, a narrow 
strait, N. Hist. iv. 5. 3. 

J** foot <op€idpcios, superintendent of a depot, 
Pel. lb. 106. 20. 

Jfjbo*oot(f Jl>?) name of a Byzantine 
Imperial residence, Anecd. Syr. ii. 242. 2. 

>oo»fJU-aofo« IIormizd + Ahura, name of 
a King of Mosul, A.M.B. i. 409. 

^-itMl»JwOo>ow Hormizd-Ardasir, i. q. 
j\}A^!l \jy» and again in our days Ahwaz on 
the Karun, Tabari 13 11. 3, 19 n. 5, Eransahr 
144 ; E.-Syr. bishopric Syn. Or. 673 ; 35, 44, 
and often; ZDMG. xliii. 410. Later con- 
tracted to *_A_*-ao*o©», Hippoc. xxv. 11. 3. 
Intermediate forms see col. 1000. 

yc^a-9ioo» Horus 4* Apollo, Jlorapollo, 
& grammarian of Alexandria, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
14. 2, 15. 6, and often, .o2^&foo», ib. 23. 4 ; 
K.O.C iv. 348. 

*o*6o) i.q. &Lo( yum ammoniac, Med. 
x 53- 4, 250. 10. 



wfot Ar. pi.* to put to flight, rout, Dion. 
26. 6, 45. 12. Ethpe. Plo*i^ to be routed, 
defeated, Dion. 7. 2, 5 ; c. c. y>+& ib. 45. 6, 
71. 11. 

jkoo*Jo» Ar. L+.>jjb rout, defeat; so correct 
Jfcoa*j, Dion. 71. 14. 

fcs-a*J©» Pers. Jo.La lord of a thousand, 
pr.n.m. A.M.B. ii. 318. 5, n. 

fr&ot deuom. verb from J^o*. to prick, vex. 
Poet. Syr. 98. 9. Ethpa. ^[<W to become 
thorny, ^ifcJ JJ Uda^> Tekkaf. 107. 

I^Jch pr.n.m. of a bishop present at the 
Council of Dadisu, a. i>. 430, ZDMG. xliii. 
396. 17. 

wo^ot Ml. Etna, N. Hist. iv. 11. 2. 

Jto^Jo* col. 1002. pi. Luc. xxiii. 19 Ouret. 
Dele the conjecture erfptrrrjs and substitute 
cTmpda, a political party, with Syr. termin- 
ation, S. Fraenk. ZA. xvii. 86. 

.Ofoa-»o* 6 'l&opcov, Ibora in Pont us, Nbld. 
F. S. i. 475- Mo. 

K^ot Ar. ~\jt in must, V<^<* Jj- 250 -^ Med. 

588.23. Cf. U^o«. 

]l^ot, ilcLfc a village on the Tigris; add : 
Hist. Mon. i. 53. 16, 199. 5, Pers. Mart. 238 ; 
M.Z. 202. 8. 

U£^o»? Jfl/ Eger = Colchis in Armenia, 
Pers. Mart. 736. f. 

^~©» name of a village, A. M. B. iii. 474. 

JJo*o» Arabic form of v\rj matter (for Ue©»), 
Pallad. 99. 5, Hist. Mon. 1. 283. 20, Sassanidi 

21. 11. PI. Jao©» aS„ JicJc* ^ Is. Nin. B. 
91. 4 af. 

^-^JLftO* name of a village near Nisibis, 
Chast. 57. 8. 

U>Uo» BHGr. i. 21. 13, f. )kooJL»o», ib. 

22. 5, pi. J)^djUo», ib. 33. 24. A thorny 
vetch on which the parasite dodder grows, 
Ar. PflnN. 146. Cf. U>W col. 143 f. 

im»\o»a«g 6-yx«Xvy, eel, N. Hist. vii. 4. 1. 

^jx»oii/ denom. verb Ethpaial conj. from 
JLa^ot to be enshrined, to be lodged in a temple, 

War da 62 v. 



rdicd^ft 



CO 



100 



rdolA 



en 



Uc^a-o* dim iiu of Jla*©», a small temple, 
Chast. 31. 8. 

oJLc* ojLot cries uttered by demons, Pallad, 
521. 9, quoted Hist. Mon. i. cliv. 11. 1. 

.r*\ Aft.y^^^ rjfitokicu, -as, half CIS much 

again, i.e. one hundred and fifty per cent., Sev. 
Lett. 29. 8, 14. 

* » fYi »Nft ( Qi rjfiiavs, -vv, twice, fc ,», tr\ , » >ft + ot 
)oo» jk+eo oiiok*2L\ loooo, Anecd. Sy 
1 18. 10. 



r. 11. 



«x.ot pr.n.f. Hind] see woi. 

oo^oi, OfJoi Ar. ^j.*.a. pr. n. Chwolson 
Grabinschriften 133; id. ap. ZDMG. xliv. 
527. 12. 

jj 0*^*0* «x» 01 with JLo*9* the Induction of 
the //am6 = 849 nf the Greek era, Jo. Tell. 
81. 16. See Ij^^m/. 

JJq^-ch perh.m llvXai, the Straits of Gibraltar, 
|>l9>,Nx>Q llou^oit UfOi.^^1 -00 o.l^.^.ao Q.^Q( , 
Brev. Ant. i Calendar 35. 4. 

^»o^au»o» (? j»l7) yr) rjntipas, the mainland, 
continent, Pet. lb. 23. 15. 

J**©» *Hpay, one of the Isles of the Blest, 
Jfic. Edes. Hex. 19. 14. 

yO^.04 place-name. Perh. the llirran of 
Sabaean inscriptions, .b^ott Iwc^, Med. 236. 
18, 247. 19. 

fc^o» Ar, o^a, /fit, on the Euphrates, Chast. 
61. 15, 19. 

]i&)Lo&do» ret <£ct7rAa, the J/eocajyla, Origen's 
comparative edition of Gk. versions of the 
O. T., Or. Xt. i. 300. 4, 8, 10. Byz. Zts. x. 

ojoclUDo* col. 1006. ixivuSf add the middle 
or true stomach of ruminants, N. Hist. vii. 6. 5. 

JLctiSA f. thusness, JUollSA ^i kC2oUr 
^Ld^? ^ioo^iJ / trusted in your being thus 
fatherly -minded toward me, Ishoyahb ed. 
Moncrieff 68. 5 af. 

J^^oMac^ot rn.pl. *i;r)yr)Tai, cornmentators, 
Hippoc. xxii. 9. 

|^si»aiDo*^Do* m. pi. i^rjKoarr], astron. a 
sixtieth, a minute, Georg. Arab. 18 bis. Cf. 
\^m^&*acL3( col. 187. 



i*fD»flftoo» $€(rai with prosthetic ©». To hew, 
um*nfioo> t£u»ci9 S. Dan. 65 6 5. 

)Uot and J£io> col. 1009. K.'s quotation is 
from BHGr. i. 60 ; 21 and 23. 

^o» col. 1010. Aph. *%>ot] r to praise; act. 
part. \-\£* U**^aa^> — )oo»^koPO he praised 
the conduct of the boy, R.O. C. vii. 116. 28. 
Ettaph. ^0*11/ to be derided, scorned, Hex. 
Num. xxiii. 19 Lag. 

Jbioot 2) Hit. E.-Syr. each of twenty parts 
of the Psalter. Seven JlSoo* comprising Ps. 
i.-lviii.ai e recited on Mondays and Thursdays; 
seven, Ps. lix.-ci. on Tuesdays and Fridays ; 
six, Ps. cii.-cl. with a 21st JL^Oo* con- 
sisting of 0. T. canticles, on Wednesdays and 
Saturdays. On Sundays ten hulale are said, 
Maclean and Browne 227. f., Takhsa 84. 1, 
106. 18, 114. 9. JJ? ~j cuo* J^uiLa 1^?« 
JL'cuiT, QdhamW. 82. 15; 1. 17 ter, 19 bis, 
83 ter; JL^oo. fcww£ ^N\^ ^wof 1) 
Jl^oo^, 132. 7, 8; Jl^.00. .^, Brev. Chald. 
i. 26. 6, 40. 10, ult., 41. 3, 4, k»*jse Jl^eo* 
J\m*(, ib. 78. 4 af. 3) Jac. the response 
Hallelujah, JIXoojo omci^oi o**koo JloJ^o, 
Brev. Ant. i. 59 a 3. PI. )1 S^oot Warda 
148 v. 

%iio»ol, JJ^kCHol in. derision, scorn, But. 
Sap. Eth. iv. 5. 

^o», ^woC^ col. 1009. beyond, Y^LoC^ adj. 
U^ov^ )w^iicLZ> supernal bliss, Warda 184 r. 

\_* -» N _<* a man from Aleppo, Protection 
20. 6. 

^DajoloC^ot tov 'EXewi/os*, o©» \~*u I fft n,\( 
^cuolo^o) 1S-a^? );^koD? 5 Sev. Lett. 248. 1 2. 

yoooXo* Egyptian name for Venus, under 
wfcs^=> col. 542, under Jil^W, DBB. 245. 1. 

a»o>Q.Xot, ux»>o.^ch, *fl&*fo^o*, wcocu;^©!, 
Haloris, near the source of the Tigris, Gest. 
Alex. 260. ult., 261. 2, id. ap. Z.A. vi. 374, 
ZDMG. lx. 200. 

.cla\o> cXftos, marsh (asparngus), Ined. Syr. 
94. 5 af., Ar. PflnN. 52. 53. 

j»o*jaiiA^ot 'E\ik(dv, Mt. Helicon, Greg. 
Carm. 32. 12. 

) ^ \ - V^t col. 1 01 3. m.pl. Terminalia 
Chebida, )£j»ou Jii^^o* Med. 51. 17, 137. 7, 



rcUaaAcn 101 

557. 13, JAOS. 



r<U&aicn 



162. 2; [ fl,V^U, ib 

xx. 192. 16. 

Lm*^o» m. pi. Elissaei, a people named 
with Tyrians, Sidonians, and Phoenicians, 
Chron. Min. 356. 5. Cp. Vergil's Elissa. 

^\o». Pa. ^£01 col. 1 01 4. to advance: 
add: to flow on, sea waters JujLo/ ^*a^ojj*b J) 
Ro$ou~a? ^Aotf, Jac. Edes. Hex. xvii. 14. 
Cf. Heb. of Eccles. 1. 5. 

yoL^ot at once, ujaa uo\ot Juo»off Jl*o 
ycuj/* S. Dan. 58 b 15. 

IoclL^o* fluent 9 flowing as )^jd|^d a narrative, 
BH. Stories 6 alt. but Uoci^« id. ZDMG. 
xl. 440. 

la^Lo» peripatetic, wandering opp. )+*cd( , 
Is. Nin. B. 147. 17. 

Ik ^ S^o* f. a walk, walking, JfcL*?;*^a.s 
J^^^kotf as far as one could walk, Pallad. 
97« i- The power of walking, G. Ward a 
47- 17- 

jloii^opc f. walking, the power of walking, 
Hebraica iv. 211. 100. 

Jo^ko* see )ia\»\ot. 

tmA^Q^\^o» Heliopolis, Pallad. 93. 5. 
Cf. aruN^cu^ot col. 1004. 

)o,j&&Xoi pr. n.f. a martyr under Shabpur, 
A.M.B. iv. 166. 

yo v^\o» col. 1 01 6. llalamun in Beit 
Nuhadra, add refs. Hist. lion, i. 62. 1, Pers. 
Mart. 215, Badger Nest. i. 394. 

ifloooiSot B. Sal. in Lit. 2. 14. Corr. 
tfloocui^ot tWrjviKos, Greek. 

*floaa^« (Woyff, a sea-fish, prob. sturgemi 
or sword-fish, Ar. FischN. 71. 

**SL^o» pr. n.m. Elpidius, Nold.F. S. i. 469. 
3*i «ao»» 9> \ot 1. 36, »ft.\o», Dc Goeje B. 
65. 19. 

^otXsJSL^ot 111. pi. peril. aKcinr)^, a fox, 
N. Hi 8 i. vii. 4. 6. 

\U&o» col. 1019. Dele "Forte sit " and 
ft dd ^Iju^A, Ilamadan, Jab. 127 med., 178. 7. 

tooot^ifCLaoo), *a>c* f * o>toj*oot pi. f. aipoppoidt?, 
pdes, Hippoc. iii. 29, vi. 11, 12, 21. 



yC^^JUA^ooot a Spanish bpric, peril. 
Numantium, Nbld. F. S. i. 475, 145. 

)lo»- Og o» from Jt-*-»o». f. hostages/iij), 
Dion. 63. 4. 

^JL»o*t( denom. verb from J:Li.*>cm to jml 
on a collar or neckchain, )l2©«j» ©* <*±aac*ko& 

AjjJLislI^ Jj^-LxJI ^^.--b o»90-3 V£«x*dc» Hunt, 
clxx. 

*aa*^0of oAaoo* pr.n.m. Empedocles, N. Hist, 
vii. 1. 7, 6. 2 and often. 

fi^Aoo* Pers.yJ^Ui accountant, treasurer, 
Jab. 215, 12, 216. 6. 

I n **** fcooo* and *#fcooot i. q. ta»o» the Land 
of Darkness i.e. the boreal regions with their 
long dark winter, Gest. Alex. 170 notes 9 
and 10 f. Id. ap. Z.A. vi. 368. 2, 3, 369. 
2, 10, ZDMG. lx. 190. 3, 192. 8. 

Jj©» col. 1924. fc^.£Ijci pleasantly . k**\ 
fs+\+J& o^ loot N.B. construction, ovk €vk6\<ds 
€(rxe, he did not enjoy his food, Pet. Ib. 98. 1 2 ; 
&t~»)tAjo» 0^ )o« fes^X il ne trouvait nullement 
agreable, Pleroph. 16. 6. 

juujiljot, J&^Jjujot blissful, sweet, But. Sap. 
Theol. 5. 1. 

)J«^Jot Jab. 367. 14 corr. U»>^ot and see 
above. 

«jo» Ar. Xi.tb a hundred camels. Hind, sister 
of Nu'maii, a Christian Arab King, Sassa- 
nidi 9. 17; i. q. u*o» daughter of Nu'rnan, 
BHChr. Eccl. ii 105. 

[a»*jc* Ar. * I) Xl. a Cichorium endivia, endive. 
Med. 553. 21. Cf. Ar. PflnN. 255, Lag. 
Sem. 61. 

^^w name of a village, C.B.M. 1 130 a. 

)jowo», )?©♦.>©» ^*l, Med. 572. 10. 

Ua»«jot name of a monastery near Edessa, 
Anecil. Syr. ii. 293. 12. 

tGLAutJot col. 1027. best refined sugar, add : 
Med. 603. 10. 

o^o^oojot col. 1028. Add: mkotow, Ps. 
liv. 1 1, Field Otium Norvic. 24. 



*0QkJOt 



a drug, Med. 586. 13. 



\*Uco 



102 



kScx&co 



^•Jja col. 1028. Anzete, a town of South 
Armenia, ^..Jj©»f )$U Anzitene, Dion. 64. 14, 
87. 23, Anecd. Syr. ii. 279. 20, B.O. ii. lxiv. 

^aajjof col, 1028. Pers. ^.^ssol Anpmnan, 
assembly, ref. Jo. Tell, 10. 2. 

j^jot ifvaros, ninth, J^jc*^> jooi? h2>±o the 

battle on the ninth day, C.B.M. *059 a = 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 258. 9, ib. 249. 7, 12. 

Ui^o^Jo* eVr^XcXfin, actuality, N. Hist. viii. 

I. 2 gloSS. «~O»)J^O0OJt k+*DO(. 

wot river //ant which flows past *..)Ia in 
'Irak 'Arabi near the Euphrates, Dion. 26. 20; 
B.O. iii. ii. 717. 

(t-* v ) |*oxoa*jo» rjvtoxrjtrtu, to hold the reins, 
BHGr. i. 47. 20. 

«mdJo»ijo» echinus, sea urchin, N. Hist, 
vii. 1. 

a»o-ocu»o» col. 1029. Ilesychius, head of 
the *tXo7rowt or Zealous, at Alexandria, Sev. 
Ant. Vit. 32 ult. 

^isot cVtii/, col. 1029, BHGr. i. 159. 15, 
20. Cf. U^ao/ col. 298 and ^^00/ col. 299. 

Ui^osoi a form of sentence in which umv, 
Syr. wo»okC/ is used, BH Gr. i. 159. 22. 

Im*^: ^ot(»^X) €Tray<oyrj(Tcu (?) (€7rayeii>), ^0 
m/er by deduction, But. Sap. Theol. 3. 5 infr., 
N. Hist. vii. 6. 5. 

ju^J>*Jdo» col. 1030. vwo&KTai, receiving 
vessels, Ephr. Ref. i. 15. 43, 28. 6. 

(JSfjLSo* perh. corrupt for {manual, royal 
commissioners or officials, A.M.B. ii. 176. 2, 
Ia^^o* and juo^Siot note ib. 

a*^i^&oi fmrpaylas, -at, a female fish with 
male form, N. Hist. vii. 2. 3. 

|u£o5^^do* inLK^ia, epilepsy, Hippoc. ii. 
45, iii. 15, 19, 21, 28. 

aaoofoao^oi col- Ic >33- etf»7jie/wr, jLok**,/ 
Q'io>2A+&otJievres ephemeres, Hippoc. iv. 55. 

lffT rt \ Oi ^ £fti i.(J. tO.\, ft,«,.S>>0» COL IO34. 

tniirkruiv, the caul which encloses the bowels, 
N. Hist. vii. 1.3, 6. 5, Hippoc. vi. 55, vii. 51. 

UI*a« 'HTm'pio?, ^e Epirote, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
40. 10. 



*9ot col. IO35. o»£q V^ <*9ot Ja*£ ///^ 
A'i?i7 (>w wiV/ 6/? turned back, Ballad. .81. pen. 
Pass. part. <**3ot add : *»6o» ^^Qot woic&f 
o»»i^fn^^ his face was distorted, Ballad. 607. 
10. Ethpe. chem. to be transformed, Chimie 
10. 10, 11. 17, (taSotfeoo? >QQjai/ ib. 12. 9. 
Also ^.ao»fco£>o ^-»2^^ s - 2 ^? movable and con- 
vertible property, V allad. 193. 4. A ph. part. 
~&©o© pl.m. ^A^o^i recurved, hooked letters 
of the alphabet," Hist. B.V.M. 68. 23. 

\A ^001 col. 1039. act, manner, \ jus 6 c* 
[LjL »~k&?, N. Hist. viii. 4. 9; Jl'dLl^ 
^al]^.\D iaaoo* JfcLL-^ But. Sap. Eth. 1. 3. 

JLodcl9o* f. inversion, with o inversely, BB. 
under *>*:£ ii^ Thes. 19 19, DBB. 959. 

JuoclIso* return, judobot? \J>\^ recurrent 
sickness, . qla^oolAjv? |w*.oclSo» dvTcyKvtcXiov, 
a counter -circular, Pet. Ib. 80. 8. 

)IclA*Sc» col. 1 64 1. turning, ia^a^i? 
of the stomach, Med. 243. 18. 

JjiSo* i.q. )^ui&ot col. 1041 infra, t/te turn, 
return of the day, year, the next day, next 
year, J^oalf cni^o*^, Jab. 81. 1, 152. 9, 
160, 6; )^*3 JL* o»a3o^ on the Sunday 
following, ib. 78. 12; JfcUit o^do^, ib. 141. 
10 = Jfcoi? cnl^aSo^, ib. 88. 1, 367. 13. 

jfclaSo* col. 1042. 3) a response, second 
part of an anthem or canon, add : Brev. 
Chald. 1. 25. 19, 28. 8, 103. 11, 293. 6 af., 
317. 4 &c., Takhsa 135 1. 4) with ^& 
^i*>akW nausea, vomiting, Med. 290. 18, 
305. 19. 5) adverbial use, contradictorily, 
to the contrary, ^\\.Na.v& Jl^nSo* Jl^}, Ephr. 
Kef. i. 78. 12. 

JLctia9©fri f. conversion, Y+>&£ Lcoa3o*i, 
M.Z. 64 7. 

v cu^.m&o» c H</>a«rriW, Ilephaestion, Gest. 
Alex. 39. 11. 

p^S©» II anfd amm,&hoQk of theHimyarites, 
Himyarites 25 a. 

^D^t^aaot Med. 208. 4 for «m«^mAdoo( 
above. 

)iii&ot col. 1043. 5 af. For " Credo legend." 
put "Correct )>clS<* for J?c9c*, B.O. iii. i. 
178. 12 ats Hist. M011. i. 143. 8/' 



<va»l&cn 



103 



f<!jD!l&lCT3 



\dxL;doj possibly irpaiKoKiov, the apricot, 
Med. 49. 5, but it may be for Hypericum, 
cf.l. 15. 

)>iiso» occurs Natur 7 n. 1 synonym for 
JJ«I and )o>W the hyena ; gloss to JJ.I A.M.B. 
vii. 58. 

U»^9o) in. 'EcfiOaXlTat/AfiSeXai, a Haftarean 
or Hephthalite, Jab, 269. 1, pi. 1. 3, 267, 1. 4, 
white Huns in Bactria and on the Oxus 
(Labourt). Cf. Hippoc. xxvii. n. 1. 

wJqd yJi^So* Pers. pr. 11.111. a Bishop of the 
kiik^ot, Jab. 266. pen., 267. 12, 

J^m^ooi col. 1045. (KaTovTT], one per cent, 
interest per month, Syn. Or. 151. 20, (.^m^-oo* 
Jl«J^9 so-called because this rate was regarded 
ivs authorized by the Church, ib. 180. 21, 
Stat. Sehol. Nis. 22. 15. PL .ao^^a^o*, 
Sev. Lett. 29. 4. Cf. yO^m^oot Syr. R. 
Reehtsb. 16, quoted in Thes. from Anecd. Syr. 

*aoqi-^c\ \-oo» col. 1045, PI- iL^CTiN^OI 
fKXoyai, select, Sev. Lett, 1. 1, 8. 

yOi^Aixoot €KK(VTpoe, -ov, eccentric opp. ]oa 
yoij^xo concentric, But. Sap. Theol. 4. 5 

9o» col. 1046. to disjmte, act. part. }(ot : 
Hi 9 oot disputant, BHGr. i. 163. 13. 
Kthpalpal 9o»9o»L( to be excited, stirred up, 
»©*9o»bwJ? **o»-^ od».^ \h* N V. a cause of 
arousing the Tree of Death, Manieheisme 
104.4; 116. 17, J?^ ^io a^i^ljo ofotfiL/ 
yOOAjf wC H ia^ the members of the Tree of 
Death excited and instigated each other to 
issue forth, ib. 123. 7. 

)Lo»fot f. strife, Hist. Mon. i. 45. 12, Stat. 
Schol. Nis. 2r. 2, 183. 2. 

JUoi col. 1048. reproof, with pers. pron. 
^Uoi, Ephr. ed. Lamy lii. 391 bis. 

)L P f©» perh. the spleen, Med. 593. 20. Cf. 
Jl'iiL col. 4376. 

UL*<i for Ji'foi anger, rage, J^so<xX ^-^. 
epLiot oC^> Loot Dion. 56. 9. 

of©* col. 1049. 4 of par. Correct Herat 
and see the passage quoted from Dion, in 
Chabot's edition, p. 100, 11, 12, trans. 84 n. 
Cf. olio* col. 1052 and Nbld.'s transliteration 
Hare, Harm, Tabari 42 n. Herat is the 
Arabic form. 



Jfcs^toi fern, of \kio* col. 1049. noise, tumult, 

culcu* > ^o, Greg, of Cyprus 49 b. 

U?.^La»oi (? Jil/) Pallad. 711. 2: corr. 
Uxojfo) q. v. subter. 

<^jo» col. 1040. Ethp. ^o»i/ with o to 
consider, Jul. 12 15. 

♦-uj-fio* col. 1050. Ref. Anecd. Syr. i. 
App. 8. 13 Ardasir, usually i^*,?*/- 

*A^?09ot = )?09o» €p<obt6s, the heron, i.q. 
[sufc Anecd. Syr. iv. 62. 23. t^oo/ Ji.?09o» 
JL^io**, N. Hist, vii. 6. 6 infra. 

dx.9l.090i (pvBphos, red mullet, N. Hist, 
vii. 2. 3. 

*A.Ofot Chimie 38. 13 mistake for A.090 
wars. 

k»)9o» Pers. L.La wild mint, Mt. xxiii. 
23, Lewis and Evang. da Mephar. ib. Cod. S. 
The parallel passage Luc. xi, 42 in both these 
versions has \^Lij. Add: Med. 159. 23, 292. 
13, 294. 2, 5 and often, k&J9©> Coo 181. 10. 

Ol*9©> col. 1052. or Ju*/ * Apt la, a province 
of Central Africa where Heria, now Herat, 
was situated, Jac. Edes. Hex. 41. 9 ; a Metrop. 
See, Syn. Or. 53. 7 ; ZDMG. xliii. 396. 1 1. 

ycuii (ptov, wool, Warda 247 marg. );acL.y 
td*9« «ii id. ap. Hippoc. ii. vii. 7. 

uaoci.Q.tti «9ot Heraiskos, a professor of 
Alexandria, Sev. Ant. Vit. 16. 8, «£0CLAtt*»)9o», 
ib. 22. 13. 

^9 01 poet, for idiot here, hereupon, )h&U& 
l>ift\,v> ^901 »ili?, App. BHCarm. 258. 1. 
^miima»o> pdx*is or 6p((-€is, 4 Mace. 353. 

)L^o9o» and Uoio* Hennas, BH. in Rom. 
xvi. 14, Bagst. loon. 

)Jo»9o» (?)^.9j)Med.565.23,prob.)c«>ifoiq.v. 

lijjcfrot Pers. Buzurg framadhar, (grand) 
Vizier, Tabari 1 1 1, Syn. Or. 21. 21. 

jx> 0-^.^0 1 9 000 9 o» ipfjiodaKTvXos , Colchicum 
autuvinale, i.q. A^»9a£o, BH. de PL 81, 
Gottheil ZDMG. xliii. 125; Ar. PflnN. 174- 

U^^ot Pers. *\±ijA or JL^JLdfoi, asylum, 
sanctuary, refuge, with ««^\ Jab. 252, 6 gloss, 
axia^^o o» ; Jlo*A9oi ^» *A*, ib. 254. 4 af. 



a\ 



oocuci&icra 



104 



i\ca^oi»D 



*flod-\d-9f©> prob. ZpnvWos, serpyllum, 
creeping thyme, N. Hist. vi. 4. 1. 

oJ6(o^£o»o» m. pi. 'H/hikX€cotu(, a kind of 
crab found near Heraclea, N. Hist. vii. 2. 2. 

l^jaXofo* pl.m. Heradeonites, an Alexan- 
drian sect of Gnostics, Coupes ii. 1 1 7-. 

ll^fi col. 1055. Heraclea; add: JfL( 
U^Loiot? a district of the Thebaid, near Deir 
Antonius, Pallad. 400. 11 i. q. JLofot-a 
Be-harkala, ib. 237. 6 af. 

Jio#^iD»o» collective abstract, tlielleraclidae 
Jt*Xi3fo»f ootJoxiJ^ But. Sap. Lsag. ii. 1. 



JLtot col. 1056. pearl barley, groats, por- 
ridge: see l^of col. 3871 where all the 
synonyms are given. 

ttjLoi Ar. *£li pr.n.m. Hashim, yutot *Jl^ 
the Banu llashem, prob. here the Abbasides, 
Bahira 205, 12, 229 bis, &c. 

U^ajtA,o» either one of the Hashimite clan, 
or one from a village named Hashem, BHChr. 
Eccl. § ii. 265. 

l^ooLot tjBos, manners, j^ooLot i^S&j*, U this 

is not a nice way to behave, Jo. Tell. 69. 20 
= Vit. Mon. 84. 26. 

u\Z* aWfjp, air, N. Hist. iii. ii. 1, v. 2. 4. 



©♦{o col. 1058. quotation from Mark, BHGr. 
i, 178. 20. 

Jo{o Wait Wah 9 inteij. of derision uttered 
by demons, Pallad. 521. ro. 

^{o )b&\ Ar. JJI^ Wail, the commonest 
name in Sinaitic Inscriptions, Nbld. ZA. xxi. 
*53 sq., ^}o 4^^.(0 Inscript. Semit. 1907 ; 
Himyarites 25 a, b. 

ji£\6 Balas or Wales, ^^b Pers. form 
of the name Vologeses, Shah of Persia, 
a.d. 484-488, Tabari 10 n. 2, ZDMG. xxviii. 
93, AT., xliii. 397. 12; Syn. Or. 53. 13. Cf. 
a^o col. 1063. 

>ft Jo pr.n. Pers. Read fffjja Kdrddr, Gest. 
Alex. 130. 2. 

Jtjkflo : see ao»o below. 

0*^0 Ar. 8.*-^, Vagus, surname of an 
Edessene, BHChr. Eccl. 667. 25. 

^Jooto or yU>o»o pr.n.m. A. M. B. v. 449. 
10, 458. 14- 



i*ji,ffU>oo>o Pers. ^«2o ; l ^^^ Wah 



vman 



or Bahman-Ardasir, official name of P'rath 
d'Maisan, Eransahr 41, ZDMG. xliii. 402. 6; 
Syn. Or. 89. 29 so correct for ***?*/ *oo©»of, 
ib. 94. 21. 



Ji^oo m. i. q. Jl^o col. 1065. the making 
of an appointment, BHGr. i. 50. 5. 

0J0 pr.n. of a Persian woman, A.M.B. 
iv. 155- 

|ua^2° Waziqites, El. Nis. Chron. 186. 16. 
See ji+Io col. 1058. 

)le«-Jo col. 1 06 1. vizier-ship, add refs. 
El. Nis. Chron. 202. 22, 203. 23, AKM. viii. 
85. 10, 15, 19. 

)J)o col. 1 06 1. Add: a coffin, Jootff \j)o 
\rx\tt A.fODf o*^^ c*:> joot P*a»?, Gest. 
Alex. 138. 16. 

Jilo col. 1060. f. a goose, add: Jos. Styl. 
66. 9; 

*#o, )uo col. 1 06 1. PI. with pron. sun . 
omo his woes, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 53. 

JLo col. 1062 ult. of par. BHGr. i. 31. 9 
gives >g)o».^o as the Greek pi. %m-N>o, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 75. 26. 

I££*o velarium, curtain, poet, for shield, 
Uijf J^sLo Jac. Sar. Horn. ii. 74. 

^^i^Oi— »o so correct ^<h-^o;-»o Pers. 
name of the Caspian Gate, Eransahr 103, 
Gest. Alex. 140. 12. Nold. identifies this 
with a fortress famous in Sassanian times, 
ZDMG. xlv. 3T8. 19. 



rtlXcv 



105 



PC^O^O 



Ho col. 1062. Ethpa. *^©L( to be incumbent 
on, be fitting ', 9 ^ Hofco, Anecd. Syr. iv. 
93- 2. 

jQko col. 1063. Vologesus, L. 3 of par. 
corr. I^a^ciS^j^. 

^a^.i\o col. 1064. The Gnostic Valentinus, 
Syu. ii. Eph. 138. 11, >m « fr.i \o 1. 22, 
^»Qju^.iXo, ib. 146. 2. 

lu^tO a place near Mardin, Mar. Benj. 
64. 4. 

lu^^o Valerianus, Bp. of Iconium, C.B.M. 
720 a. 

UojAjo prob. Pers., explained as )^*Jda9 
la^jso* an imperial order, A. M.B. iii. 237. 15, 

^.ijoo Ar. Ai-Jj, Wasit, on the Tigris; the 
port of Kashkar, Mar Aba ii. 44. 

y**o>o Ar. ~~-#jl, a place in Egypt, A. M.B. 
v. 230. 13, Amelineau 51 if., GGA. 1895, 690. 

JLaado or \s>*o Pehlevi vacak, a blessing, 
grace before meals, Pers. Mart. 857 on Jab. 
440. 11. Col. 1064 a slave, Mar Bassus 
(colophon) 5 Syr. 

]Lqa£do f. bondage, BHCarm. Proem. 1. 10. 

JiAiaoo m.pl. waspur, nobles, Tabari 501 11. 
Act, Apost. Apoc. 279. 6. 

Ado Ar. l-aJ. a charitable gift, Jab. 93. 
ult., the endowment of a monastery, ib. 139. 1 2. 

J?»o col. 1068. 14 corr. )£aL*t Jj»o ox eye 
daisy; Lexx. under )iot ^^ col. 2868. 
U^oo J|>© Anemone cor onaria, add ref. JAOS. 
xx. 197. 6. Chem. a pellicule on the surface 
of a liquid, JfioX Jc»ff — .)U&*£» )L>o*2s^ 
Q^DQ^^St Jfjo qjo» Chimie 34. io, 19, 
trausl. 61 n. 1. 

JfcLjoffo dimin. of )?*o f. a little rose, 
taoooio JtiljoMo small red roses, Med. 562. 
H, )fcLj6>»o? J;iL£ ib. 575. 19, 579. 17. 

l-o?>o, j]^j9»o 1) rosaceous, BB. under 
)*?©>. 2) a village near Nisibis, A.M.B. iii. 
552. 19. 

y>o»fo Zend Vereihragma, the Genius of 
victory, usual forms on coins Vartxranes, 

271G 



Varahrdn, Gr. Ovapapdvrjs = Bapapdvrjs, Tabari 
46 n. 3, 420; later form Bahram. Name 
of several Persian Kings, Sassanidi 7 quater, 
8 ter; A.M.B. ii. 559, M.Z. 36. 14, 37- 34- 
Cf. y> !»»». 

»a,o>o Ar. °j wars, a dye, Indian saffron, 
Memecylon tinctorium, Chiinie 38. 10, *a,o»o» 
ib. 13, U,*{o ib. 44. 6, U-»o 1. 20, 49. 7, 
50. 4, transl. 67 n. 

J^»o col. 1069. 1) veins, Hippoc. iv. 7, 8, 
vi. 14, vii. 49, 50. 2) sinews, nerves, metaph. 
^.V**^tt» )++'90 fcwk^a #.o because you have 
stretched the sinews of your mind, Sev. Lett. 
156. 11. 3) Dele "bestiola". Jf^Jbo is 
fiayas, -d8a y the bridge of a cithara. 4) a root, 
\&±Lf J*-»i° a willow root, Med. 567. 18; 
i|[a.\)? )f— 1° saffron root } ib. 586. 15. 

(Jo^»9o venal, of the veins, UJ«~»*o )«-** 
liquefaction of food in the veins, N. Hist. vii. 
2. 1, ib. 1. 3. 

Ji^fo perh. coprr;, a festival, Jul. 128. 6. 

.»© i.q. »»©»>o, y»Uo = «fo^ ZDMG. xliii. 
395 ult., 396. 2, Pers. Mart. 43, 420. 

)J»o perh. Pers. li ;5 a blue pigeon, Med. 
559- 8. 

JjJjo col. 1070. a leaf, page, — koici^ on 
p. — , Brev. Ant. iii. 74 b 18 ; 76 b six times. 

Uo Wartangird, 



yl>o see y>i>o, 



?<-* 



V 



a village on the Euphrates, S. Maris 78. 2. 

)j!to and h*i*o col. 1070. Talm. &W¥*N, 
Ar. a^Ia.jJI ca.a,i ZA. xxii. 206, a neivly- 
hatched chicken. 

yiUo col. 1070. Varathrdn =Verethragma, 
earlier form of *io»*o q. v. Nold. ZDMG. 
xxvii. 196 n, xxviii. 156, C.B.M. 10936 bis. 

o Ar. j£. sandarac, gloss, to ammoniac, 

io pr.n.m. prob. Pers. csLuw^a Hoshang, 
Gest. Alex. 130. 1. 

*3lx»1^a,o Pers. Vistasp i. q. a^ok^a.^, 
ZDMG. lvii. rM. 2. 



CI 



nraie n. in 



* - o - 



jloLo pi. f. Arab. J^-t) sivallo ws,Warda 2 48 r. 

p 



rCrCt 



100 



rcl\cv\\ 



){j name of a goddess identified with 
Gest. Alex. 204. 7, 206. 14. Cf. wJiJ col. 
2387, Pers. Mart. 130 sqq. Budge cor- 
rects J if. 

m? col. 1 07 1 and Jii 1) Mandaic, a stream, 
river, the Zab, Coupes iii. 234, f. 2) Za&a, 
an Isle in the Red Sea, Jac. Edes. Hex. 20. 8. 

\lz>f an inhabitant of Zaba or J^=>> ^i i. e. 
Lower Adiabene between the two rivers Zab, 
Syn. Or. 44. 33; U^J )**^f Zabidas of Zaba , 
ZDMG. xliii. 396 aritep. 

^»oJ^sJl var. tfiooi)^) Ml. Zagros, Jac. Edes. 
Hex. 37. 9. 

*£do9cl9o0 Z((pvptov, Zephyrion, a bprie. in 
Cilicia, Nbld. F. S. i. 470. 55. 

*+l\] col. 1072. scurf, dandruff y Hippoc. 
iv. 77. ^1 the, mange, itch, Med. 48. 21, 
50. 2, 90. 10; U*\^ )iL©k-&? ^», ib. 105. 2. ' 

lul^l <Ae ra.sA of measles, l^ll U^qa, 
JU*;j* ^#ec*f I^^o BB. col. 41 21. 

yx^Jl denom. verb : see under l^o-£l col. 1 1 1 5. 

j^&*^»t; Kal-w-Dim. 296. 6 &c. : see Laa^f 
{rjTrjfia, accusation, fault. 

fc*-^lJ| <r«A*?, metaph. raging, riot, *J\{) 
imAm^m^io, BHGr. i. 14. 19; Tekkaf 13. 

&A^3(| col. 1072. Pehlevi Jamasp, Pers. 
^j^-wLoLa-, Blochct, Journ. As. 1895, 347. 
Pr.n.m. Zamasp. Also written *S— aojLaD?, 

J*sl col. 1073. Ph )Zil ivapdfapva, trousseau, 
gifts from the bride's father, over and above 
the dowry, opp. [olZ, gifts accompanying 
a proposal of marriage and JX.aoo 9 wedding 
gifts, U-ocof W JXsT ^u-^ )&+=> )o», Jac. 
Sar. Horn. iii. 104. 17. 

D ?;-!*? Jf-^' At. Jujj spuma sinapis, an 
aromatic herb; see under U^S col. 1675. 

)U»o*l col. 1073. butter, refs. ksUo o» )«*©1, 
Med. 586. 15, 598. 18. 

II ^> j inhabitant of Beit Zabdai, Chnst. 
2. 16, 15. 3; Uof*i>?o HiSl? )Uft ib. 3. 15. 



JuiL^j the same as Ut^r, M.Z. 214. 2; 
pi. Mar Aba II 169. 

I^jtcw*^) m.pl. prob. same as Ufl,.»a) t 
Mentioned with Armenians and Kurds as 
children of Ashkenaz, Chron. Min. 355, 9. 

Jli^sl place-name, col. 1074. Add: ii^JI 
in the Hauran, Nbld. nn. on C.B.M. in ZDMG. 
xxix. 434; 1«^J? )**?, Doc. Mon. 216. 30. 

JL>T col. 1074. 8 of par. corr. U^». 

li'otLbi^) f. muckiness, N. Hist. vii. 6. 5. 

^2>j, \i&) col. 1077. from Zend zrvan, 
time, age, Pers, ^l*; (R. Duval). Cf. yOfJ. 

^£j, Jll^j articles for sale, trade, >och\^ 
©^ ^.I^oJd Us J o^Qjo, Gest. Alex. 75. 14. 
The goods bought, a purchase, o^ y^N^i 
o>X3j, Syr. Rom. Rechtsb. 12. 19. 

\llz>) col. 1079. With )i timeless, ageless, 
Mar Bassus 33 ; i.q. \1&) Vi ib. 34. 

V *\ * ■ -Jj (II) d/catpcof, a2 a?* im/i£ time, 
unseasonably, Sev. Lett. 517. 6. 

)icLii^k» f. sale, Nest. Herac. 385. 5. 

jLfeol col. 1079. f- a dish, platter, Clem. 
Rom. Rec. 144. 5 quoting Mt. xxiii. 25, 26; 
in both verses the usual masc. form J fas I 
is ubed. 

J too I aIJLJI a pitcher with a long spout , 
DBB. 678. 1. 

^^J>l Ar. ^l-jyj, Bvz. ZaPepyu^r, pr.n.m. 
Zabergan, Pets. Mart. n. 731, Jab. 360. io ? 
361. 6. 

Jkls? pitch col. 1080. corr. Jes. for Jer. 

Jfc^l = Jklaj see \&) ; Ji*JL.f )^> a Ao^'5 
bristle, Chimie 85. 17, 322 11. 2. 

t^j col. io8o» to tinkle, tingle. Ref. \j}( 
I^J JJ IuXMQa, Ufa deaf ear hears no ringing, 
BH. Eth. 250.13. 

)>4J a mortar, Uwf ^f, Chimie 35. 14, 
BB. under )1U>. 2) Pers. J\j vitriol, Med. 
583. 1. Cf. J^a^J. 

l^cl^J i. q. Ju4J 2. vitriol, i. q. , in \ o, 
Chimie 5. 5 transl. 10. Cf. jpoI^lqNp. 



r£i\£fc\j 



107 



f<*AuG\ 



JL^^I col. 1 08 1. a glass blower, Chimie 
9. 15, 21. 1, 5. 

J&Ia^c^J col. 1 08 1 end of par. a glass 
vessel , Chimie 55. 10, 19. The vitreous humour 
of the eye, Med. 68. 7, 8. 

Ui4f^> Il^4p^J a( ^j- f or making gldss, 
(a furnace), Chimie 100. ult. The vitreous 
humour of the eye, N. Hist. vii. 1. 2. 

l^pl^T col. 1 08 1 from Jl^J « chicken, an 
infant, add BHGr. i. 65. 13; pi. J^pj^J, 
Tekkaf 221. 

i^l col, 1081. Add: ycur JLo *4s! ^ le 
stemmed the rush of the Jews, Josephus vi. 
15. 9. Pass. part, restrained as evil spirits, 

Anecd. Syr. ii. 10. 13 f. )*-*-^J )»'»'» V 



forbidden intercourse, Isoyahb ed. Duval 1. 6. 
Ethpe. «-^JH to be restrained, ]?U* o^?j/, 
Coupes ii. 114. 5. 

Ji^f m. restriction, limitation, jooJ? <*£^J 
tt~? IooomL, Nars. ed. Ming. ii. 115. 12. 

ioi^J the throat, ©»*o*«^jo o>fe?ft^\, Pallad. 
288. 15, Hormizd 3240 glossed Jjo*. 

»©*5 name of a village near the Tigris, 
A.M.B. i. 455. 

UiLi«2J col. 1083. from Pers. <jIjo) a prison. 
A hangman; gaoler, Aphr. 705. 24. 

%o?J Pa. soV col. 1084. 2) to verify, 
confirm, j****, |ju*Od jd? JL»? y*( %oo*lut, El. 
Nis. Chron. 42. 15 ; yOU-o? )ofco jd?JL»* y? 
according to the Canon of Ptolemy, ib. 13. 3, 7. 
Pass. part. f. too* Jk^tJ^ she was justified, 
acted rightly, Pallad. 199. 8. 4) to bestow, 
assign with^-i, »»\X *o?J t^"* ^ ^ did not 
give me the books for nothing, Or. Xt.iii. 1 o, 1 2. 

\JL*y, JfcLA.*jj add: jjJljJ « grade of 
Mdnichees, Jtii*f f J^k-aa? 1>uiv>, Ephr. lief. 
i. 30. 18. PI. f. )Wa:?I, ib. 128. 2. 

IL'clXu? j f. alms, a kindness, a good action, 
add: Stat. Schol. Nis. 190. 1, 2, )♦*. r a^ 
)laa*?y, A.M.B. v. 19. 5. 

I©?? with o, normally, so correct : JUj ♦:** 
yoo^^ll )^>^o |u3?J^ till the fight came 
in normal course to hand to hand fighting, 
Josephus vi. 5. 3. Cf. J?o>^f k-U*aao U>1)>* 
°oot ^o»a,^> ib. 24. 12. 



^jsc^7 &V Ar. JLU Aij-^» legal alms, tithe, 
Dion. 127. 22, 155. 4, 7 and often. Cf. «o). 

koJef col. 1086. i.q. Ar. c_ft.9j a charitable 
bequest, Jab. 93. ult., 139. 13. 

UfijfJ^i justified, BHGr. i. 38. 21. 

)Li5Ml col. 1086. Dele article and see 
\J>)*\ below. 

Jo»>. UoJ col. 1087. Add: \S£f Juo»j! 
^/Z<i?>, ttf/iste of egg, Med. 577. 12. 

JkL*o*J "lungs", Budge, )^«.o#JL^ \JL*.L 
]Lfo*^o I^^No Med. 593. 20. 

)dJotj^ col. j 088, illuminating, J*o*-X 
U^tt jiLloiJcc keeping vigil enlightens the 
mind, Is. Nin. Chab. 95. 11, 80. 6, 13 ; Jlo^» 
)k-j^*l? )kLoIo»5csD, id. Bedj. 52. 5. 

«o»J. Jl*>o*6>ji col. 1038. stinking; Jlolo© 
Il^ochI unchan food, Jab. 6. 1, 

JLclsoooO foulness , ref. ©»LcLaoooiJ^ J**i»( 
U ©-•*•?, Coupes ii. 131. 3. 

>£> col. 1088 £0 shine. Act. part, foil, 
)>©»»; oJcl^ f o»5 o^A^bcuao 0/ glowing red 
colxrar, Med. 289. 13. 

)>o»l col. 1 09 1. Pers. ^aJ poison: pi. )>©*> 
Jlo^i, BH de PL 207. 

)>o»5 i.q. o»to»ol col. 1092. Pers. »^aj and 
*Laj bright. The planet Venus, JUaood *#7o-*. 

j»o*5 wls-j?*a *#©♦? f^&si which is Aphrodite 
Zuhra, Bahira 203. 10 f. 

o»fo»ol col. 1092. the planet Venus, add 
refs. Med. 470. 19, 487. 16. 

Jo I col. 1092. to swell, become swollen, 
jjIIo JoS? jub^X, Med. 571. 12; )ol \1qlZ 
)©©>, A.M.B. iii. 35. 6 ; Anecd. Syr. ii. 315. 19. 
Pass. part. Uoj swollen, Uof y£e«i>, BHCarm. 
44. 12. Ethpa. part, |ufofJ^& sivaggering, 
Mar Bassus 84. 1. Aph. wOl/ r 3 of par. the 
ref. is to BHCarm. 162. 15. 

)La*ol add: jLtof Jicuol swollen veins, 
Med. 66. 14, 79. 1. 

|iIlo?Jl& col. 1093. puffed up, swollen with 
conceit, Tekkaf. no. 

JfeLoj Ar. ajj\) a village in the country of 
Kashkar, Syn. Or. 245. 25; A.M.B. iv. 215. 

r 2 



-\ot 



108 



r<itCU^V-^VJ53 



t^pf. Aph. <^pl/^ col. 1095. to subjoin, 

B. Sal. in Lit. 94. 4/5. 

I^pl col. 1090. 18 of par. Add: *~ )^©' 
^jju^ot a pair of trousers, Jos. Styl. 56. 14; 
**• J^P' W 50 * 3 )U-Q.^X {jtvyos ifiaritov, Gest. 
Alex. 147. 13; ib. 16. 4) couplets, )£»!&*:& 
L^pjo a chant of which each choir takes two 
clauses at a time, Qdham W. 83. 15, 97. 

*3> 15- 

JLcu^p?Jb£ f. conjunction, union [adq^wU, 
N. Hist. v. 5. 2. 

JUa^ofJ^, JkLi^pfJai (JfcL*a*a>) Ar. ~)*j±\ 
double-rhymed, having a rhyme at the end of 
each hemistich, Poet. Syr. 2. 3. 

Jlopo? m.pl. Zodiaca, signs of the Zodiac, 
De Astrolabe 85. pen. 

ot90)o; planet Venus : see under iot) Thes. 
and Suppl. 

J Jo J col. 1098. Kurd. &\W\ mountain 
pasture, a summer encampment, S. Maris 33 n. 

m* o \ . \±L+ JLaa one viho walks in a procession, 
Warda 15 v, ib. ed. A. Deutsch 12. 3. 

^M-*of Ar. J.^ the planet Saturn, Jfc^~? 
woio^X 1^^ ^a**o»? J.A.O.S. xv. 141 ; 
Charms 34. 1 , %ilo) o©»? *£dqljq+&, Med. 
470. 7, 486. 18. 

UJ-oicol. 1101. BIIGr. i. 22. 8. Pl.tf?oi 
ptlanks ; Jia^o ^0 »„».fl9i,)» \ cr\ >,o o» HjfoJ 

Jl^^, Op. Nest. 127. 4 ff. 

.m » moo) pr. n.m. Zeuxis, De Goeje B. 
65. 14. 

^,oJ,^J col. 1101. to ascend. Act. part, 
^jj Loof's Nest. 372. 7, 

)f;^o^l a forgery, Warda 247 r, marg. 

«o), )Lio1 col. iro2. 2. (vfxrj for fapor, 
liquor, Chimie 12. 1, 2, 8 ; *x»cu*9ao ujoooooI 
£Vo? Ku/rpeor, ib. I 7. 6, F9, yd-ftA^ mQocl»oJ 
d V»> ih. 57. 17- 



losoof col. 1 102. <r«V*;, yzast, leaven, refs. 
J^ocu* )usooJ, Chimie 5. 19, 7. 14. 

Aau^oI see Amjsolf. Zamasp, father of 
Mar Saba, Mar Bassus xii Syr. 4, &m*j£>) 
ib. 118. 

^ oj col. 1 1 02. Ethpe. ^LLf to be nourished, 
uoSa&LT .c£L.£lkJ my orphans will be fed, 
Pallad. 549 ult., ^l.)U*:*> )io>i/, Ephr. ed. 
Lamy iii. 439. 

Juo) and other spellings, col. 1103. Geogr. 
a zone y )1^aAa3o*J *a><xto) Z&vai rponiKat, the 
tropics, De Astrolabe 73. 

Ji^JOJ verdigris, Chimie 52. 9, 11, ^0 



Joci U^oJ \^^ Ito-lo 1u£»qu, But. Sap. 
Philos. 6. 2. Cf. )i^>l 

)Ijo1 col. 1 104. a girdle, worn by the 
clergy, Takhsa 1 1 9. 5 ; by a deacon, QdhamW, 
33- 3 af. 

hi J of pr. n.m. Zvmnarses, M.Z. 189. 21. 

^o) Zeus: 1) alchemist's name for tin, 
Chimie 3. 4, 6. 6 ; cf. 125. Earlier Hermes 
signified tin, transl. 4 n. 9. 2) astron. the 
planet Jupiter, Caus. Caus. 208. 2, 216. 19. 

^wOl col. 1 105. to move. Ethpe. part. 
N^jl'fc^ add: ^aifco&o ^.jUco? \lxof Uk±o 
all her moveable and convertible property, 
Pallad. 193. 4. 

ULot impulse, add: )wL£© )^o?t JkL^oso 
o*ij growth from the imjmlses of the earth 
and the roots within her, Pallad. 752. 17. 

^oL), JokdL.i timid, N>weU V fearless, 
S. Dan. 55 a 16. 

UI> timid, UI? \J^o, A.M.B. vii. 526; 
f. Jt^Il Brit. Mus. Or, 3337. 42 r. PL f. 
jfco^J ib. 

|jj£»ke 6 Kivuv, %o? )jJ^.Jj» the Mover 
of all, primum mobile, Arist. Apol. 1. 13. 
jJL^JL^d )ll^ motor nerves, add: Med. 118. 19. 

JLoul^L»^s9 col. 1 1 10. power of motion, 
UJi? )L'o!oL±*>, N. Hist. viii. 31. 

)Icil^JL:^L*d f. shakiness, irregularity of 
handwriting, Scv. Left. 469. 15. 



n£l^*\&>&i2Q 



109 



cut 



U^L»|Lfeo0 the brain possesses two powers 
\l^Ll Lk.:£o jLl^JUoa JilL that of receiving 
impressions and that of causing motion, Med. 
129. 13. 

JL'c^lLki add: ad» J}* )Lc^iUj» 
perpetual motion, But. Sap. Philos. 3. 5 tit. 
Metaph. emotion, )ioi N.litoo La^ L^x^l/ U 
llo)o / was not roused to just indignation, 
Sev. Lett. 134 ult- 
imo! 1) Pers. \jbfi hyssop, i.q. ^3ol, Lij- 
q.v. col. 1 1 10. );So1 <*J>J, Med. 319. 12. 
2) perh. for ijjt), the planet Venus, )^e) 
o)L=> : Jo U^j, Med. 549. 21 ; J lV»»"» 3o) 
JU^ocu, Rylands 44, fol. 5 b. 

*flo6t9oi for .fioofoSf Zephyr, Med. 533. 2, 

A^aoJ prob. the egret, Kal-w-Dim. 40. 3, 

41. 2, 42. 3. The word corresponds to 

POP 

Ar. *j3n!p a white aquatic bird, n. lb. 

wool col. 1 1 12. 1) to rush or dart swiftly, 
\J>i&^L **J?cJ )W*h Ephr. iii. 609 A ; yi*+* 
)\LJ^L *©{5, Is. Ant. ii. 264. 4 af. 2) to 
steep, J-Mu. «-./ L&-V. *oo> *teep ^a^ £?'&e 
grains of vetch in strong vinegar, Is. Nin. 
Chab. 29. Pa. *al) perh. denora. from JjLi, 
to blow violently. 

Uol JZttga, Bp. of Susa, ZDMG. xliii. 393, 
Syn. Or., 34. 6, 35. ult.; 617. I. q. Uo? 
ib. 42. 17. 

*oJ col. 1 1 13. to grasp, ^S;jJbo ^~»«~»f 
grasping and then letting go a battering ram, 
Gest. Alex. 101. 12. 

)*oj add: Jfojli +Id( he clenclied his fist, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 15. 18. Metaph. with o in 
the grasp , in the power of Loot )bicuflfl J»oJ^> 
J^jV^ouS ~j>L> G. Busame 43. 16. 

kfloo^jiiof corr. *floo^flo(fol Zoroaster, Sev. 
Ant. Vit. 62. 3. The usual form is fcs^©?*>. 

%a>ol col. 1 1 14, Wo? J col. 1083, and ^xjoft 
col, 1 1 56. Arnomum Zedoaria, Zedoary, 
a ginger-wort ; +*ioU Med. 262. 22, 263. 12, 
393- 10, 426. 6; ^6f> ib. 263. 22, 265. 8, 
*i»?o> ib. 1. 15, «^j6i> ib. 1. 21, 141 ult., 
hut corr. ^joil as ib. 266. 2, Ar. PflnN. 139. 

^ofof pr.n.m. King of a mountainous tract 
between Jilu and Gawar, A.M.B. 1. 417. 



JL'oJ i.q. iflooLol and ^Lof col. n 14. beer, 
Jl^Joooj* JLoJ Greek beer, Med. 586. 12 ; 
^»loj, Chimie 54. ro, ^iol )^»koo? l»of, 
sir op de biere, ib. 86. 3. 

^-*LoJL»0 try correction yCotlft 1 ^ «lao 
(IuodI^JL?) the concussion of the foundations, 
Josephus vi 5. 13. 

>ml »,c£^-j pr.n.m. Pers. Zachgushnas, 
A.M.B. ii. 649. Cf. Pers. Mart. 70 n. 622. 

&L) col. 1 1 15. to jolt, jerk, push, hustle 
with ^ of the pers. Anecd. Syr. iii. 73. 21 ; 

souls which are not firm in the knowledge of 
God rush headlong down deeps of 2)assions, 
But. Sap. Theol. 4, 7 infra. Pa. A-£| to nudge, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 73. 8. Ethpe. <a-iff/ to be 
thrust, &2fir i^fl^, Hormizd 2880. 

ULlof m. temptation, occasion of sin, Sev. 
Ant. Vit. 284 ult. = Anecd. Syr. iii. 284. 21. 
s+£l and I^J^JJ see w^ll, itch. 

y^j col. 116. Pael. act. part. yi,{JLao. ixu'^y 
w*^ ^v^JLa&f the charges they bring against 
me, Kal-w-Dim. 147. 2 ; ^ o v > £ h they 
accused me, ib. 299. 14. Ethpa. f^V( to be 
accused, hs^jf/ oOJ»?, ib. 114. 11, part. 
Jl^!»JL*d 1. 2 ; vi^fjL^D? ton** heaven forbid that 
he be guilty, ib. 299. 14 ; JL^iJ fc^o/ jba^JL^ 
condemned to death, ib. 309. 9. 

s£\.-\.») i.q. <^a..*) col. 1 1 16. quicksilver, 
Chimie 39. 15, BH. Isag. 14. 

J gu I col . 1 1 1 6 . brigh tn ess. JJ <L f luminous, 
shining, Jl>cl»J >\oa« Coupes ii. 130. 23; 
\j&l )a£±? U-V>- the five shining gods = the 
five pure elements, sons of Primal Man in 
Manichean teaching, ib. 127 infra, 128. 5 af. 
129. 2; Ephr. Ref. i. 101.9,33, J^ou U*&*» 
)ba*J **wa?, ib. 122. 12. These are Light, 
Wind, Water, Fire, the fifth is uncertain. 
Not earth, that is dark. 

t^Lj col. 1 1 17. quicksilver. «o» )fo+* <^Jt*' 
«^?Uo chloride of mercury, Chimie 4. 5, <^uf 
|j&^oofiD oxide or sulphide of mercury, ib. 1. 3. 

.a.i) dust: see ^00^1, ^»? ya-*J 
t ^a^;zu.*d Chimie 39. 19. 



00 cut 



110 



*d\ 



stt<L»l col. 1 1 17. Zeus = tin, Chimie 256 
n. i, but Brit. Mus. Or. 1593. 12 has »»ol 

and fior = du$£. 

«0O»J 1) another name for River Pishon, 
Op. Nest. 126. 1. 2) i.q. «^uJ, Chimie 46. 2, 
Jloou! ib. 45. ult. 

JLJ a corruption of \*\ three which belongs 
to an ancient Syriac system of notation of 
numerals derived from the Palmyrene, BB. 
under <a*rf I col. 1162 bis, Duval Gram, xv; 14, 
Rodiger ap. ZDMG. xvi. 578, Gottheil, ib. 
xliii. 122, Anecd. Syr. i. xxv. ; Med. 446. 3. 

Jm Chald. KH. Ijft-C Jfr prob. projecting 
stone corbels which sustain the roof beams, 
Hist. Mon. i. 211. 6. Hoffm. thinks it is 
ytttra eaves, parapet, coping, ib. ii. 407 n. 

)LVjL»J cf. Heb. TT. f. compactness, in- 
dissolubility by moisture, e.g. iron or brass, 
J*V**> Jl JLJul^ «LV^i JL*, But. Sap. 
Philos. 6. 4. 

j?*oM a town in Beit Aramaye, Syn. Or. 
70. 28. 

^-J i.q. ~\l, ?Ll, and Jj, the fortress of 
Ziyad, ^oixoo £*J? Um~o Jc>* ^«f? Ua»~, 
Dion. Ined. 6r. 8. I.q. Arm. [unpuiiupnpu*, 
Garperd, Kharpert, Harpoot, NW. of Amid; 
also called Arsamosata. «*ljf Uom», BHChr. 
Eccl. i. 643, ?J*I» Ui***, ib. ii. 339 : *->!? Uam, 
Dion. 86 pen. Cf. Uaw col. 1338. 1 f. and 
cf. Ammianus 19. 6. 1. 

|^»l letter fra, Byz. Ztst. x. 302. 16. 

Jfcofe*], see Jkoo-Jo* above. 

^ col. 1 102. denom. verb from Ji»J, Lag. 
Arm. Stud. 779, G. Abb. 43, Chrest. Targ. 
Merx 193. Add ref. J*©»qj %*X **ch*jcluJj 
}-* j 6o» #0 arm Darkness against the Good 
Light, Manicheisroe 95. 10. 

JLoJujLtt £ bearing arms, being armed, 
Josephus vi. 4 antep. 

^N.^ ^^Jla-*) pr.n.m. an Emir, Jab. 
155- i- 

s£*U+1 pr.n.m. Zenas, BH. in Tit. iii. 13, 
Pesh. JL>. 



*l*l 1) pr.n.m. Zinai, v*i.*! \z>(, Chast. 
40 ult., 41. 5. 2) Mt. Zinai in Adiabene, 
Hist. Mon. i. 60. 13, 381. 22, M.Z. 189. 1, 2, 
210. 16, Chast. 33. 11, 61. 2. )k~»«ja *o*J 
ib. 1. 3. 

Ui*2 gentilic, a man from Alt. Zinai, Hist. 
Mon. i. 113. 20. 

)A*l col. 1 1 18. m. Add: Assyr. ziqu, 
Ar. j^^», Hiibschmann ZDMG. xlvi. 250, 
Fremdw. 285. 1) A gale, gust. Metaph. 
jfcoBd*? Ia»J gusts of anger, Ebed J. Card. 
20. 4. 2) a shooting star, Y^mo k**DO( \sl+) 
ZDMG. xv. 651 ult. 

«a*f Pa. see under %ool. 

]&**> f. i.q. U**l violent wind. o» .)'fc*»£uJ 
Uof fc^U>»/ <\**h Op. Nest. 115. 3; )^-a*1 
J«^«j» ^ao ^jiksufcj, G. Busame 35. 4. 

*-*2» Jt*i Ar. ^jj £Ae string of a musical 
instrument. Used for torture, yOo*Ji«~»f 
J£*j£^ yOoi^-^SjO ^Sk^k, Dion. 136. 3. 

JiJ Zaira, a village NE. of Arbela, M.Z. 
19. 14, Trans. 96, n. 3. 

%ofe>*l col. 1 1 19. The river near Zaita, on 
the Euphrates below Karkisiya is so-called, 
Dion. 26. 17. 

\i) col. 1 119. Add: to beat at cards, Aik/ 

,^A^\0 ^LA^O AX^AO fcs-XfcsJ^ \Sj>S 

>V^Ao .attwNo ^IfkX \lo\ ^Jfe^, &c. 

Brit. Mus. Or. 2084. 487. 

t*-Dl Ar. il5dl explained as ^^oX/ *o?f, 
Jill iiju^> enforced alms, tithe, income tax, 
Dion. 127. 21, Nold. in loc. 

+o) col. 1 1 2 2. Denom. verb Pa'el conj. from 
Jfraoj. To practice necromancy. Correct Jafi 
and ylsf in the quotation from Ephr. Add : 
oiOlocLA*«J, ZDMG.xxviii.666.n.6. Act. part, 
iojboo ».io *~iv>, Jul. 93 10 ; pi. ^»+dJbo 
C.B.M. 730 a. 

*%H col. 1 1 23. )iV\>\? col. 1 1 24. Add: 
mincing gait, )i&o* %*i&U o»l o\ » \ f ^ao, 
Itist. Mon. i. 113. 3. 

Jl^> m. blandishments, Is. Ant. ii. 226. 6 af, 



1*1. 



Ill 



\cwu-=m 



mj col. 1 1 25. 1) CdXij, surging of the sea, 
tempest Uoa**.m^o Jljla Sev. Ant. Vit. 221. 8, 
Hi? Usjo, ib. 261. 1. 2) a m?i, Jlifo )Lai> 
Ifcoal? Mar Kardagh 72.9, A.M.B. i. 442. 7, 
*l fc^i a r^c/y jt>Zac«, ib., Hist. Mon. i. 159. 
12 ; hf )ltJ^ reedy islands, Dion. 15. 17; 
4r* Jl5 .^ -)}^^> J|f Op. Nest. 16. 1. 

i^kl col. 1226. Ethpe. i^lvF to shine, 
sparkle, )»cu *JL». y+l yd!^k?jJ, BB. under 
*«^j col. 2348, ed. Duval 1240. 

Jo»\j col. 1 126. fc^ljo^JLao scantily, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 1 14, 1, Isoyahb ed. Duval 8. 23. 

Rofo^JL** f. privation, jLofoC^JLao? Jl^ 
Is. Nin. B. 234. 5; BHChr. Eccl. i. 643; 
opp. )Lox*o^, BHSap. Pol. iiL 

*-^Jj col. 1 1 27. Add: Ar. Jj 2) to pour, 
y6o^ ^*^'f tiwy pour away water after use 
in baptism, Takhsa 75. r6. Past part. Jfwoj 
)1^»*.3 ^J^. — N *• light broad-cast over 
Creation, Jac. Sar. Horn. iii. 61. 5. 

YL^L) col. 1 1 28. extravasation of blood, 
pi. U^>, Med. 200. 4. 

\L<^± 1 a plaque, metal plate, .o» .^I^> 
ijfotjo BH. in Cant. 1. 11, .^ .\ax% .o» .)Ll^J 
«hU-* Op. Nest. 16. 2. 

yiik J col. 1 1 2 8 . Ethpe. pl£ ill* to be distorted 
in paralysis, Lo^* ^£ik*a»? o'o» |c^j^£?JL» 
l*©i«i>? Us~[ o'o* Ja^Med. 119. 12, 122. 11. 
Aph. «££f^ r with JwIJLx £0 squint, BH. ap. 
ZDMG. xl. 441. 

p»\y, jocLj^j, Jkoa^Xj oblique, awry, 
i.v^.V.\ l jjifad oblique sections, Med. 119. 2; 
lil-X vi*^J squinting, N. Hist. viii. 3, 4; 
J&U JLi wocu^j squint-eyed, ib. 

i^ft^wf col. 1 1 29. in. obliquity of vision, 
Med. 71. 2i. 

WrV) i.q. l^a^Ll but always thus vocalized 
i» E-Syr. /a^, ;?aw; Jj^I. ^r> ^ S! ^^ 
Uocu»o G. Busauie 5. 17, i^\>o [,^\l 

'ill-will and envy ; t^ftN) »> • ii o J*^ severe 
a nd spiteful flogging, S. Dan. 62 6 1, 66 a 
antep. 

UUli corrupt for niDB> n^K the Book of 
Exodus, Euseb. ed. McLean 416. 2. 



ANTy col. 1 1 30. Ethpe. &&9H t° be stained, 
polluted, A^fllj Jk^oV^, Ephr. ed. Lamy 
ii. 377. 26. Pa. %ftSj to polish, embellish, 
opp. %£i, ib. 379. 14; ^xvrnn<io ^1^ ^o 
*»g\JLaoo adorned outwardly, Syn. Or. 142. 
18; |isi\jL^ Ha*ia«/, ib. 176. 23; Pallad. 
277. antep. Ethpa. a^Lhl to be polished, 
^L* ^a^vfjji JLaao ^L», A.M.B. ii. 58 pen. 

JjsL£oJ elegance; pi. Jlfe^of elegances of 
style, BH. Journ. As. 1898, 77. 29. 

]&*^J a small cake, BB. under j^^, }l>oa^> 
col. 1878 and DBB. 937. 

\&£l col. 1 13 1. 3. m. an oyster, oyster-shell, 
Af, 01 mo ZZ )k-a^J ~ ^isJLJi iLs^^f 
Caus. Caus. 29. 18 ; I^A^J uLof scaly tailed, 
Gest. Alex. 178. 8; Jii£^j? \2s£L dishes of 
mother-of-pearl, ib. 190. 6. 

t^Njiao elegant ; with )i plain, simple, 
Ifcl&^ko Jl )loi9i\^ Lit. si Athan. 120. 

»o^J. Aph. &£)( col. 1 131. otfotcu &£)( 
[r>£\\\ ^»*. Ephr. ed. Lamy i. 127. 16. 

[ ! A ^ \ji a person conversant with rays, 
a student of rays )^fl»\ J ^*+j( ^*±>i *+*( 
N. Hist. viii. 3. 4. 

jja^f m. brilliance, Jul. 49. 4. 

y) col. 11 32. boii a fly, )JL*$ : o» .|oo(5, 
Med. 548. 19. 

joo^ool i.q. JLaL&f col. 1 133. cord or halter 
of a camel, Protection 84. 14. 

l£»JL*»]l30 m.pl. Ar. i.ljllpl magicians, 
Kal-w-Dim. 375. 9. 

|l£j, )koe) col. 1 133. a hair, |^cu* ^» 
oooaS woo) Is. Ant. ii. 318. 10 translates 
t/ie lips of the serpent's mouth. 

yto^pl Ar. ^^i-* .* « drug, poison, Kal-w- 
Dini. 142. 8, 143. 14; so correct *»o*»* in 
both places. 

JfojLaoj correct jio^ooj col. 1 138. a water- 
pipe, conduit, &l )f&Jt? )L^iVJ^ o+~( Uj6<* 
U\o»\ ^»fc»*«j? ]to^>oj^ Dion. Ined. 61. 14. 
Nau suggests )ifo-»> bath-pipes. 

fof^ooj Pers.j^ ^^2= day of the land, 
a feast day, Jab. 564. 3, JtJ-^o Joicu : o* 
tt>o>ll )i^?o U»]? n. ib. 



rdilL«5m 112 

:. UlikOD) the incisor teeth, Jl^IijifCLO \im, 
Um v fc^>^ ^a^ooj? N. Hist. iii. ii. sect 4 
with gloss J^ac^oS. 

*ftm ^_v»? or ^^ : v»f Z amy asp, Zamasp, 
natural brother of Shapur II, A.M.B. iv. 224, 
475. Cf. &icn**>L 

JfcLij col. 1 134. hoar frost, Pers. ^j 
WZKM. viii 364, o>X r Id U« U^? )^^ 
J&j»f, A.M.B. iii 366. 16. 

*-aaf. jjuoof col. 1 135. invitation, summon- 
ing, Ujk>oJ£^ J?oto clo&j Poet. Syr. 28. 6 af. 

JLco-ooj f. state, condition, aioojo ^-©♦A-'so 

]«j£u «*-»/ *(Wi^ Z?^ in domesticity, as man ; 
some never become domesticated, as the leopard, 
Nat. Hist. vii. 1. 1. 

Jijij with gloss. fcoLa&^ Ar. iil^i troop, 
band, Gest. Alex. 207. 6. Budge doubts the 
correctness of the phrase. 

JLeuL^JLad f. invitation, eccle?. exhortation 
to catechumens before baptism, Nest, direst, 
ed. 1. 82 n. 

) Lame JL» f . col . 1 r 3 6 . invita tion, summon- 
ing, var. to JL'cliJoo^o A.M.B. v. 201. pen. 

)Ta i.v>jlto£> f. astron. conjunction, A need. 
Syr. iv. 3. 22. 

A-m^Dj Pehlevi *|DNDK\ Pers. c^UU. 
Gdmdsp or Zdmdsp, King of Persia a.d. 496- 
502, Tabari 142 n. 2, M.Z. 68. 50, Aiojspj, 
ZDMG. xliii. 399. 8. Cf. Aaj*>> col. 1138, 
Jos. Styl. 19. 3. 

^o| col. 1 136. Jt»o> add: Rit., verses of 
the Psalms sung before the reading of the 
Epistle or Gospel, Brev. Chuld. 12. 5, 282. 6, 
pi. 1. 2, 283 bis, &c, Hist. Mon. i. 142. 7. 

Jfojttf m. the singer, a fabled fish, Natur 
54- 1. 

i_»l (f ]fo^) Mt. Zamar in Beit Nuhadra, 
M.Z. 209. 15, Chast. 33. 13. 

yO+&1 Col. 1 138. The quotation in BB. 
= Natur. 36. 14 fif. Probably pj for Pers. 
cr -^j eartA and u l^ runner, Hoffm. in loc, 
name of a bird. 



ia^n 



yj> ]1±j} col. 1 139. Dele "in pi. tantum 
exstat, sc." Ar. ^ty specific, special, BHNom. 
1 155. Jliif jj^oi» generic action, BHGr. 
i. 5. 23, JfcLJJj Jl )lo»o\nn specific activity, 
ib. 24. 

JLcuJjJ variety, diversity, refs. Is. Nin. B. 
90. 4 af., 176. io, But. Sap. Theol. 4. 3 infr., 
Philos 3. 4, pi. J L alii/ ib. 

]j) col. 1 139. Ethpa. **J$U to commit 
fornication, Is. Ant. i. 236. 15. Part. ^?J^o 
\x±+£L£t>( fjioix€vcT(u, Greg. Carra. ii. 23. 24. 

JJoT col. 1 1 40. 16 of par. adj. unchaste, 
JfcLij JlaWoi, BHNom. 147. 6. 

ks^JJjJ meretriciously, Sev. Lett. 273. 2. 

)jujp£ m.pl. whoremongers, Ephr. ed. Lamy 
iii. 137. 2. 

J»cl^jI col. 1 140. Dele the article; it is 
another spelling of )»aj=>> thyme and is found 
in BH. de PI. 93, quoted under ojhdoI. 

) --nf Zenobia or Zelebi, on the W. bank of 
the Euphrates, a summer resort from Palmyra, 
Anecd. Syr. i. App. 16. 5. 

)^J col. 1 1 40. f. an array of chariots, Op. 
Nest. 96. 1 ff. has the same definition as BB. 
but fuller. Metaph. a rank, line, series, 
\"~*t *t^J^> tJiere are prophets in your ranks, 
M.Z. 217. 6; )fcL o L».lTy U^f a series of 
narratives, Hist. Mon. i. 139. 10, 302. 18. 
PL i-xaot/ )^»o*a^j9 l^*£> Jab. 5. 7. 

^J> denom. verb Pael conj. Part* ^J^o ; 
Jfcls-^ao )^Jao a horse harnessed and well- 
equipped, Act. S. Pelag. 1. 25. Aph. %^)T 
to make resound, to rehearse, ^t( )fc!l\\g, 
Hormizd 1228, ot^JooX («o»oiJL), ib. 1638. 

JL^jJ Med. 49. 8 i. q. ^Os^l col. 1141 
and ;^»^l. 

^i,*^) Zingiber officinalis, ginger, Galen 
257. ult., Med. 59. bis, 88. 3, 137. 8 and 
often; l^oj A^* green ginger, ib. 587. 4; 
\1L* iJU^J Chinese ginger, ib. 309. ult. 

; d .h Pers. *Jl^>\ cinnabar, red lead, 
minium, Chimie 52. 20, A^f A^tJ, ib. 
3. 8; ^c^), Ibn S. Thes. c. 9, El. Nis. 25- 
62; A^joj BB. col. 1 104, under jqd«u^u> 
ib. 3658. 



J«^f col. 1 141 and Ji^oj col. 1104, Ar. 
jUaoj, Pers. \.K.>j, verdigris, Lag. G. Abb. 42, 
106, EL Nis. 25. 61 ; Chimie 52. 9, 11. 

♦j J to deprive, pass. part. *aJ J ; Aristobulus 
JIqjcho icL=>fo JIclLa-** (^0) t-y' *°> Chron. 
Min. 172. 6. Pa. «Jj col. 1 141. to deprive, 
JwJL^o )f|Oa^-^, Is. Ant. ii. 34. 13. 

yoa*9«j) aavdapdxri sandaraque, b.e. l'arsenic 
metallique sublime, Chimie 12. 7. 9 and 11. 

JL^cuf Zenobia, Queen of Palmyra, BHChr. 
Eecl. i. 57. 14. 

u»o»o?ojJ Zenodorus of Gaza, Sev. Ant, 
Vit. 56. 3. 

^kJL»> col. 1141. Ethp. ^U))}* to shake y 
totter, Kefs. fcs^j*>o ^p?j/* Bar-Ce. Horn. 
246 v, ^^JuJJ^d? yCLJ«? Jfc^oajso, Greg. 
Carm. 1. 100. 4. 

JJjJoJ m. quaking, Tekkaf. 102. 

»ajj col. 1 14 1 ult. a) to cast, hurl along, 
Jbi^of^L t$m) Natur 58 ult., to throw a polo 
ball omJXjJJ )jL«o^ Mar. Kardagh. 9. 15. 
b) to reject a heresy, B. Sal. in Lit. 34. 14 ; 
Bar Penk. 141. 7. Ethpe. *cJ>j/ to break 
forth, Jfc^jii^ ^ojjjci (fAoya aKovri^ovTat, 
Aristot. ap. An. Syr. 138. 2, 145. 3; thunder 
and lightning are caused by wind compressed 
in a cloud |^do )jL»?J^do ©£>> U*mJ*>o 
N. Hist. v. 4. 1. I. q. Ar. JtijJl, JK*~o> Hoc* 
otx^d (iaj9jj», BHCand. 30 v; to be repulsed, 
a fly *a.>jj^» JJ aa-^jfcoD ^s/, id. Eth. 6. 3 af. 
Metaph. to be rejected, )io;*ajw )^aj?J^3 Jo*o» ^0 
id. Cand. 1 1 r. 

\Lq<zj) m. repulsion, rejection, JlIdcuIo JlLlf 
N. Hist. v. 4. 2; U&^Qn»> J-jjcuI BHEtb. 
421. 16. 

iiLfcjj synonymous with JlaaIat tormented 
and cf. juf. [•&£> yOootl ^^v^js© U^ JJ 
8. Dan. 62 a 5 af. 

\&jI col. 1 142. for (^aKopTiafxos, the breaking 
forth of fire, An. Syr. 145. 4 ; a downpour of 
lain, ]^.uj*>{o )-**• M&ju-oo ©jj^a^oJ' ^2>*©M 
)w>k^> ]Aj1 Js^J N. Hist. v. 1. 1. 2; \s&\ I'^ls* 
)*J^J )JLL»o/ archery is the skilful discharge 
of arrows, Lexx. under I^aS col. 3771. 



13 



^kv^\ 



27 HJ 



)£j] col. 1142. Add: 1) the gtdlet, Geop. 
108. 28 ; 2) fart of the chin, Jfcla .©» .IajJ 
]UJx> <*=> kJZL ^s^I^k? o'ot lio?? Op. Xest. 
15. 17. 3) Ar. jljL*iJI the cord or straj) with 
which the neck of a wineskin is tied, Ibn S. 
Thes. c. 16. 

jc£j := U»j» so the following is prob. only 
a mis-spelling. Act. part. \SJ) impudent, 
Sev. Rhet, 86 v. 

ju£>) Pa. cl.v> col. 1 143. to reprove, \la& 
*aA^ *i.£jlsdj, Jac. Sar. 433 v; BH Eth. 
154. 15. Ethpa. »L>k?j/ to be reproached, 
taunted, Ephr. ed. Lamy i. 505. 4 ; D* ^£0© 
)>v>\\» ).v>.a«* J*-£?JlJ Philox. 218 v. 

*aj£j col. 1143. 1) to rail, |**po© Joo* &.^), 
Diosc. ed. Nau 56. 9. 2) to thrust, resist, 
^a&^J JU \sLL ) force •which they cannot resist, 
Ephr. ii. 107 F. ; Jan^k ^c*^ ^VJ ^! 

)***• *.a.^)o ioOovaaL /cat /3in£o/ifi>ai a\X)?Xatv, 

Geop. 101. 9: )uAi3 \&S>1 Ul^w ^aJ^i y( 
if winds drive the clouds with strong pressure. 
Bar-Ce. Hex. 181 v, JisS^J? )*-/ "^*>, ib. 
196 r. Ethpe. A^kfl/ 1) to rail, rage at 
with o of the person, Jul. 42. 11. 2) to be 
pressed or driven forward, <2l-^?JLnd? i\( 
l^oV^ ©£k ^a**?? ;£> > ^iiX, Caus. Cans. 228. 
13 ; fcs-U^^o/ Jloo v oo*ioX ^a^fJL^, Bar-Ce. 
Hex. 167 r. Pa. %a.>kJ to menace, treat roughly, 

a?iti Asher seized and knocked <me about and 
cast me out, Jos. Narses 99. 13, 14, 10 1. 17. 
Act. part. ^..vJL^d : y^iw ^JU yj JZ± ^a.2kjoo 
Jac. Sar. 163 r. 

[£.^Lot add: altercation, ^ — !s.-o I^.V.01, 
Or. Xt. i. 90. 3; Jl^Lo-j© Jua-VoJUs, Jo. 
Eph. 8. 4. 

.awJSJ, )^4^ l a) rough, harsh, Ja^JSj ^^, 
Ephr. i. 99 A., J&L^J \L&, BH Eth. 15 1. ult., 
335. 19; otll^l* )i!aLsoo Joo» A*M Pallad. 
72. 7. 6) raging, »oo»I^or>o yOo»l^s ^:°^*^/ 
A.IS1.B. v. 20. c) acrid, sour [&jJ±1 [^oo^> 
*^», BH. Terot. 268 r. d) terrible, )Loi/ P 
jlsi^l Ephr. i. 503. B, (.4^1© U^ \L* 
ib. 522 D, Protection 78. 13; £u^j? )>!/ 
o»V^-a-7> a country ttrrible to encounter, 
Hist. B.V.M. 122. 5. 

Q 



f^&OAj 



114 



r£.n\ 



)la&^) f. raying of the sea, Pal. Vit. 
319 v. 

yjia^i Ar. &\j*sij saffron, Med. 559. 5, 
586. 15, BH. in Prov. vii. 17. 

*o^J col. 1 143. to shout ; to sound a trumpet. 
Pass. part. ,<n ..VJ ; JfcLaJL^Jo ]&»$ «AWW 
clamorous voices, Bar-Ce. Hex. 134 v. Aph. 
%mHU for a-a\m(€iy, Apoc. viii 8 ed. Gwymi 
vv. 6, 7, and passim where Bagst ei- has ^£1. 
C. c. o of the pers. S. Maris 40. 13. Ettaph. 
*ajLlll( to be proclaimed loudly, JfcL^foiT 
yOoC^o JLl^o ^» ]&mUos?, Hist. JTon. 
*• 379- 5 5 Greg. Carm. i. 90. 6. 

J&^ij a t c r y, col. Il 44- for npyr Koli. ix. 

17, pi. with suff. t+kJizL) Job xvi 18. 

JjaoJ^Jbo in. o-a\7ri(TTr)s, a trumpeter, pi. 
Apoc. xviii. 22 Gwynn )$a&*£, Bagst. 

Ui^joo, )fcLaa-VJj& loudly chanted, Jl^LiJ 
Jk^iiiSjL& BHEth. 60. 10. 

b^UiL^Jbo insistently, Georg. Aral). 4. 8. 

)Loiq\Joo add: proclamation, .qA^jo/ 

DBB. 68. PL ]l'onfl,:vjL& outcries, rumours, 
Sev. Lett. 408. 13 ; articulation, ^oilojJx^^o 
lu^Ndao* ib. 450. 6. 

«j£j col. 1 144. Pa. ^.ij Heb. Hiph. ti^'on 
2o diminish, make few. Lev. xxvi. 2 2 ; to lessen, 
Ephr. i. 529 C; ^I^^il <JLjl ]i do not 
despond, Kal-w-Dim. 175. 11. Aph. +£1}" 
to lessen in estimation, to consider less, +£)Jd9 
Ur ^ )U^L Poet. Syr. 11. 8 af. Gram. 
to form a diminutive, BHGr. i. 65. 7, 8, 20. 

>ckj add: Jl^£ ^*cl.V> timid, Ephr. ii. 
163 A; JfcLj^»r tcLiM low-spirited, ib. 293 A. 
>a.VJ^^D Heb. Jtt^TtDyp a very little while, 
Jes. xxvi. 20, xxix. 17; a short distance, 
Pallad. 8. 18, .^j£my> *<i*j ^^ he lived 
on a very little of his earnings, ib. 9. 18. 

IJ0W.-M dimin. of jiaL^j m. 1) adj. 
diminutive, tiny, BB. under Jio-u* r. 2) subst. 
a dwarf, pigmy, Pallad. 245. i6 = A.M.B. 
v. 565- 

Jloickj f. add: [jL&j lofct^) «7ro^u^, 
a swoon, Hippoc. vii 7, piKpo^vxUt, mean- 
spiritedness, Pet. Ib. 6. 13; Jk^Vir loto^l 
impatience, Pallad. 264. 15. 19. 



Ui^Jj^o (JJ jbo*) a noun from which no 
diminutive can be formed, BHGr. i. 66. 8. 

laj, Jfcls? col. 1 1 45. Op. Nest. 15. 19 gives 
Jk*3J as the sing., )£iu»? jl~ )kU& .o» .Jls^i ; 
Prov. xxiii. 7 Maus. and Urmi have J&La?. 
and so BH. in loc. ^9 ~so>o *+} p*^ : )fc*9J 
.oio: Caus. Caus. and BHEth. have pi. \&). 
Refs. J;~»Jum? Jl^9J (no points) a hog's bristle, 
Chimie 322, n. 2; eyelash, )&}Q U*-^? )>9^i 
^»ot^? £Ae eyelids and eyelashes, Cans. Caus. 
63. 9; mustaches Mm?o \±&V. )*-^r» BHEth. 
1 61. 16. 

fcfloojtt-31 (tyvpos, ^Ae IFdsJ i/?mc/, Geop. 
97. 14. 

^9J| col. 1 1 46. Ui^9j such, )Li\q>J l^ocu^ 
^9) ~i.3l7 BHCand. 17 v. 

w>A9J Ar. >™>V-* the fir \ resin, BHCand. 40?*. 

,.9 J col. 1 146. /o stink, add ref. ti»| JjjI 
1*9 J, Jac. Edes. 48 ?;. 

Ji.9oJ Pers. Lijj Panaces asclepium, a plant 
witli leaves like fennel, Diosc. 547 6 2, Dozy ; 
J30J >fcw*J Med. 319. 12. lb. 549. 21 correct 
) > o* o ) the planet Yen its. 



1»cl9? slinking, ickT l*~*, Banc t. Vit. 189 r, 
)5a9j jo^f Hist. Mon. 1, clxv. 4 a. 

)i&t foul, abominable, add: J;9f jUooaxi 
U,d^»f Mar Benj. 68, l>o»u»o J*9J U«A 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 24. 20, 26. 28. A.M.B. iii. 
549. Fern. JIVSj Jfc-*sJ Philox. 382, 17. 
Chimie 9. 21 n. correct ]£d 6?'un for ji9J. 

jfc*9J pitch, col. r 147. correct ref., Hex. Jes. 
xxxiv. 9 not Jer. jk*.**^ )h*&1 nto-aa fjtjpu, 
dry or jrrepared pitch, Galen 15 v, Jfcs-^f )fc*fc) 
r) vypa irimrt^ liquid pitch, ib. 46 v, used as 
ointment, ib. 26 r; )^9,l, Med. 108. 2, j^>—^ 
^*JL ^ )J^9| t I^J, ib. 287. 1, )fcL»-oI )k3?., 
ib. 151. 21, Jfc^^f Jfc^i) il>- ^S 2 - J and often. 

JtlS-S) col. 1 147. Dele " 1 escribe &c." It is 
another writing of Jf L'o» col. 1163 and Suppl. 
The phonetic value is the same. 

\J>1 i. q. \AJb sacking; )i-\o)t |Lp) aaxKos 
rpixipos, sackcloth, Apoc. vi. 12 ed. Gwynri, 
[aJn Bagst. 



rdo\ 



Loi col. 1147. pi. )ubf inflated bladders, 
Gest. Alex. 205. 8, 206. 1. Bellows, BB. 
under ^0x^*9/ col. 91, DBB. 88. 14. 

JuloJ m. pi. a kind of dropsy, Med. 339. 14, 
UfiuoJ id. ib. 338. 2. 

J^clo) a currycomb, col. 1 148. From JkLoj 
the i being hardened to agree with *o, Z.A. 
xvii. 86. 

IcloJ a number which can be divided without 
remainder, Med. 518. 1, 3, 519. 7 ff. Cf. 
Ar. IS;. 

&i>} col. 1 148. Add: to hold oneself erect, 
stand erect, a hermit to avoid sleep o»*&j <£lqj 
&uql*,9 [12* ^» \i\ Pallad. 460. 23. 
L. 14 of par. With Jo»^>, it is a way of 
acknowledging defeat, )j^:*« *&.jpJo : ujf)(, 
Jul. 56. 13, ^*ajai JLclsJ**? l^2>[, A.M.B. 
v. 629. 6; Jt? ?cu*)w? I-^o Jlo J^:>. oajDi jot 
)o^^> Nars. Ming. i. 262. 7. Pass. part. 
A*£J, )&*£) name of a vein in the forehead, 

MtiLX ^099 l&Aill )f*90 »/ iv fl(T 0)770} QpQlT) 

<t>\*y\r la veine perpendiculaire du front, Hippoc. 
v. 64. Pael pass. part. *9l^JL», JiLb£j*> l&^ 
erect wings, Natur 58. 15. 

)La^o^*> steepness, ruggcdness of a mountain, 
Mar Bassus 33. 453. Metaph. a rugged task, 
JLojfc^j»? jl v> \? yOcnLciAjsjLio yev. Lett. 
433- 2. 

♦jo) col. 1 1 50. to weave. Act. part. fern. 
)i«pj used of a bee constructing her cell, 
Bar-Ce. Horn. 198 v f under twlj^koi, col. 
4347- 

JioiDj col. 1 150. 3 of par. Correct **siaiM 
Jk^^j napappv^iaTa, Hex. Ex. xxxv. ti Lag. 

Jiaf col. 1 151. add ref. pi. Jipf weavers, 
Sassan. 29. 2. 

JL'J»J a town in Beit Balan, E. of Ctesiphon, 
Jab. 369. 3 af. Pers. Mart. n. 744. 

KjdJ col. 1 151. to goad. Add: hJ*)f ]S\d 
stabbing pains (of pleurisy), Med. 225. 6. 
Ethpe. ls&})( to be goaded, pricked; Jl^Iao? 
yklbf Jli of the pain of pleurisy, Med. 225. 7. 
Metaph. ch=> yofcwoo* ^knOfJboj : Jo» wfcv^io 
*n>y words which pierced you to the heart, Vit. 
Mon. 84. 24. 



115 -\jt 

Jfcsjij or jfcLoj col. 1 152. tetanus, spasms, 
refs. Med. 139. 18, 149. 1, otf&sjxLd? Jfcloj, ib. 
IO. 4, 7, Uaafi££ J*]^mi ^& IkloJ, ib. 146. 
11,22; pi. J&jj Hunt. clxx. under U*$J> col. 
3697- 

o»J eol. 1 152. to press. Add: ♦*./ Ju^fl 
o»Jo he made the doors fast, Pet. Ib. 53. 20, 
Pleroph. 34. 3; ujiooifot ^Vo? cuil^-j^f 
^>l jp \ . x a sweet odour which gathered in 
itself all the spices in the world, Hormizd 1190. 
Pass. part. ult. of par. correct having the 
vowel e )'A* or i jli~ : .0. )^*>j f o )t'aD BA. 
Cod. Goth 4679 under J too col. 1717 == 
0(0 J-*^*» +d Hunt. clxx. ib., and 5 1) +d ]'ivpo, 
id. col. 1817. Ethpe. o*?J^"refl. to contract, 
constrict, add : a snake trying to slough its 
skin uSa.vfcooo ms^o o»?J^o presses tightly 
into a narrow crevice and writhes, Natur 38. 7. 
To knot, become thick and firm ; » o^MjJ ()**^) 
yOf*Lb>J o» Y+ r *U m ^^>» Med. 112. 17, 18. To 
be coerced, restrained, the principles of Good 
and Evil ^=>ii^x> ^o*-» IL9/, Manicheisme 
93. 2. 

J^afl m. constriction, congestion, Ju^»J 
)J^I^)L^i,ci^? Med. 111. 12, \J>'ji 0/ j&aoo 

M*^ ^ D - u ^m ^-^ I^W^>? oot M>»i? ILL 

power of compression which causes coughing, 
ib. 224. 19. 

j^oofl m. Ar. i~jjj t *-o»j a fold, pen, ^j&gii 
iiaotJ ^& U^Icusdu*, A.M.B. v. 447. 19. 

Jfc^of J V-*^ add : KaTapaKTrjs. the stocks, 
Schol. ad Hex. Jer. xxix. 26. 

fc~4:Ljj tightly, Natur. 19. 1. 

^>*J Ethpa, i^fi )Vto be dull(1) <^>»?fi Ho 
Jfc^j^^ Cod. S. c^*?jL, Tekkaf. 167. 

JSaaj; col. 1 154. prob. i.q. Jjfcol col. 1079, 
)>cipy>) and Jio^U col. 11 40. savory, thyme, 
Ucl2>H Ar. PflnN. 181, Med. 39. 19, 231. 3 
but Jfa^fl trans. 256 ; llcootl, ib. 603. 16. 

ta*j^»f name of a tribe who eat dogs' flesh, 
Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 83. 15. 

*J>» col. 1 1 54. Pass. part. «^J) glowing, 
J^i y*? r ^*>lo t**'*U Pallad. 3. 3 af. but 
the other edition, A.M.B. v. 2. 6 has ^Li>l 
scattered. Palpal ^j' fo ^ llne nv ^ 1 yellow 



r<£ux\it 



116 



J31\ 



light, in an eclipse the moon appears black 
U_va.A yjau^j c+l^g ^i^y^o t^> N. Hist, 
ii. i. 5. 

JLaS^jl glittering, \IlJL ta^5, Med. 128. 22. 

*h col. 1155. to tie tightly, to strangle. 
Pa. ?>j to gird, ?fj o»JLj^>, Hormizd 13 10. 

asoMj prob. formed by analogy of Marduk. 
Zardak, a demon who strangles children, 
Charms 79. 13, 15, 81. 18, 84, Protection 
34. 14, 40. 7, 59. 14, 64. 20, J.A.O.S. xv. 
141 ulfc. Cf. *.o«^_*>. 

^offj' pr. n. mentioned with Balaam, 
G. Busame 62. 6. 

)^o1^a,o9») m. pi. Zoroastrians, G. Busame 
60. 4 af. 

Ys>}'*) col. 1 155. Dele par. Pers. isJ^j and 
cJf j,j a synonym for ja9*aJ^. Carthamus 
tinctorius, Bastard saffron, safflower, DBB. 
App. 219. 1 ult., Ar. PflnN. 219. 

liafe**,!*) patronymic from Pers. o.-^j 
Zardduh + J\ dn, the magian sect of Mazdak- 
ites, followers of Mazdak son of Bamdadh, 
disciple of Zaradust son of Khoragan, Tabari 
456 ff., Jos. Styl. 16. 21 transl. 13 n. 

•^oi) and «^jo»J col. n 56: see *^»of. 

v^oJJ Pers. dv,; a leech, col. 136 under 
tflpcti^-/ and DBB. 15. 15. 

^o>5 pr.n.m. A.M.B. i. 511. 

.oil Zend zrvan time, Zorvdn or Zarwan 
boundless time personified. A creature of 
Ahura-mazda, Zad-sparam i. 24, Vendidad 
xix. 33. 44. Later he was thought of as the 
father of Ahura-mazda and Angra-mainyu, 
Hippoc. iv. 11 af., 3 af. yoo^c*^!? \*1 ^off 
U^<^*> f*^*>t ZDMG. Ivii. 563. 7. Then as 
a god, A.M.B. ii. 577 quater, Barhad. 366. 3. 

^o>J col. 1 156. unknown. Can it be from 
Zend zar to unite + kar maker = Maker 

of Union 1 M. Addai Scher's note is ^.^j ; 3 
splendeur dn soleil, Barhad 366.3 and n., men- 
tioned there and A.M.B. ii. 577 with <J>cu>7, 
;J><Uk,;9, and K 6'*1. 

)\) col. 1 156. to gird oneself, to be valiant, 
strenuous, »oo>.*,°t j a_^c*-*o o_»>.vo e)»f 
JLoaiN* Is. Nin. B. 270. 3 af. 



?v 



^?J col. 1 157. Pa. ^91 to tear, lacerate, 
^*JL> )li£=> ^i^^ Poet. Syr. 132. 14. 

<^»J or «^f \ the capital of Segestan, Coupes 
ii. in. 13, Syn. Or. 343, 344. 

»*f| a village in Beit Garmai, Chast. 23. 2. 

>>> see -+2l^j) cinnabar. 



[JssLjV col. 1 1 58. a monastery near 
Melitene, add refs. BHChr. Eccl. i. 459. 8, 
ii. 305, Chast. 2. 19, 3. 4 af., 8. 19, A.M.B. 
iv. 216. 

^LjjTcoI. 1 158. arsenic, add : Chimie 3. 1 1, 
5. 6, )ujj»ch? Uw»f ib. 8. 4; kusoaao )jx+J9l 
red sulphuret of arsenic. Lexx. under ^!»«ano 
col. 2674. 

k>J>) col. 1 158. Aph. ^.»h to cause to sow, 
Dion. 126. 7. 

juslfof m. the act of sowing, A need. Syr. ii. 
273- J 5- 

>^»1, Uv>r col. 1 1 59. 3) add: jLo*,? \^h) 
an irrigated crop, Book of Shem 114. 14. 
Many kinds of seed are mentioned in Med. 
add only: \$&o "^*J linseed, Med. 103. 12, 
u^LcLaD? Ul£o ^»J parched linseed, ib. 241. 
23 ; o^-of ]cLf) c* Jul^1T>clS ^M seed, of 
psyllium, Jlea bane, ib. 603. 17, 18; ^fj 
\j<xfe*p flea bane seed, ib. 415. 19, 603. 17; 
JfcUiao ^wif nettle seed, ib. 185. 10, 303. 21, 
352. 8. 

JJct^fj col. 1 1 60. Add: *-L=>? JfclXJLo 
jJoJ^rf digestive tablets compounded of seeds, 
Med. 408. 22. 

JfcL^tJ act. part. fern, a sown field, cultivated 
land } Hist. Mon. i. 104. 16, pi. J&Skfi 1. 5. 

Jfc^fj name of a village, BHChr. Eccl. 

§ i». 395- 

,81) col. 1 160. )fc*9iJ nom. unitatis of l&'H, 
one mark or spot, Hebraica vii. 70. 

soil col. it6i. Pass. part. oO***JO o^,J a-W 
his fame and praise were spread abroad, 
Barhad. 392. 12. Pa. jdj? to shake off, scatter, 
*>Jl ^cna^v? |c»^a^o Ur> t i ^l^J Ephr. 
i. 477 ». 



K^>CUl*i\ 



117 



r<b)j\ojnx-Za 



}\!cs a A) dispersion, ^.jcoo t*.^*? |oocl9 
u\*f JLoxujJ Epiph. de M. 16. i, 2. 

)lo»5 6/^ ; acid : )l^»5 l^-^ 1 ^ Chimie 
85. 20 ; |j3H=> Josephus vi. 5 : see Jlo?|. 

JfcLaoVj blue, Iksj^ofJ U*-b*, J.A.O.S. xv. 

285. 5. 

lie?.©*/ col. 1 162, apparent colour of the 
sky, blue «*.l)o <^4«1^»? N. Hist. ii. cap. i 
sect. 3, cap. iii pt. 5 sexies. 



JLoo>5 )AavKa)(m, cataract^ Hippoc. iii. 30. 

oat I Zark, village near Merv, Chast. 
23. ult. 

JtioT col. 1 1 63. Arm. zoh, sacrifice, 
Sanscrit hotra, Bactrian zaotra, Lag. G. A. 
8. 25 f., 42. 108. )»3&^d «->»Lo) S. Dan. 64 b 
6 af., Hist. Mon. i. 201. 4, 396. 17; JjloJ 
lai^, Jab. 445. 3, Pers. Mart. n. 874. 



jm col. 1 166. wrongly referred to )Ju#. 
It is m an abyss, col. 1237. 

*~L~ col. 1 166. a fort in Tin* Abdin. 
Add; BHChr. Eccl. 569. 13, 571. 2, RO.C. 
xv. 229 bis. 

1JU, JjU or o££l Hale, capital of the 
district Radan. Probably Ar. Idy* North of 
Baghdad, A.M.B. ii. 654 = Pers. Mart. 71 ; 
111, Jab. 2ii. 7, Anecd. Syr. ii. 24, 195. 

*&l~ col. 1 167. gnats, **Sb\*>, Natur 44. 16. 

JfU reeds, col. 1168. Dele "forte." The 
passages quoted from Pat. Yit. are also in 
Pallad. 326. 10, 13, 341 ult. = A.M.B. v. 
153- 16, 19, 174. 13, J 75' M- 

CkL col. 1 168. a seed, grain, ya\^\ a- 
Ar. d^Jdl l-^«*» Euphorbia lathyris, Med. 568 
ult.; Jjd» fev^l *I.>^-Jl ilil 6£ac& cummin, 
ib - 583. 5. 

lAL col. 1 172. nom. unitatis of c*~. <we 
grain, a quarter carat, Chimie 44-3- 

*a*. Pa. ^^- col. 1 1 69. to love, embrace, 
long far, oaiw <h^£? |u»Q7fi.sSi they em- 
braced the opportunity of living with him, 
Hist. Mon. i. 45. 14. Aph. ^Z( to love, 
desire, t^^ l^Sy? o^*»(he was in love with the 
place, was entirely pleased with it, Pallad. 
50. 1 ; q^UvjS J^L-^ ib. in. 6. 

^** as much as they wished, their Jill, 0^3/ 
\©o^** Uo~X Dion. 221. 15, 222. 3. 



fcs^U^cu* col. 1 1 7 1. diligently opp.fcs*»J^o^ 
slightly, Syn. Or. 172. 29. 

)Lan». lu^cu* col. 1172. mist. The ref. to 
Zach. = Anecd. Syr. iii. 207. 12, 26. Add: 
U«j» )J^5^)J!Scu* fogs lifting and blown away, 
Al Ihkham 65. 3. 



J*o^** Habura, formerly Circesium, at the 
junction of the Habur or Khabur with the 
Euphrates, Dion. 68. 22. 

jsA— to beat down, batter down, col. 11 73. 
4, 5 ju** \^i\ o»fr*w he beat down the spike 
of salvation. Act. part, ^a^, ) L & 2u » > J^CLOf 
Loot l^r 1 "" )^o^ &\o .toot 14^^ ^ojJ^f 
|LaJM9 90 in like manner as the Spirit beat down 
Saul and laid Balaam low, G. Busame 89 b 
12, 13; J4^ )l^> i.q. &*^~ )i&*> pelting 
rain, Ephr. ed. Lamy i. 197. 3; yiaX\ )^=**» 
a± / ~J\, El Nis. 79. 77. Ethpe. ^JL+ir to be 
beaten down, J?;J> ^£ o^£**l( Joc^o, Hist. 
Mon. i. 391. 13; [m^2> |u*o9 ^o ^ . rw too, 
G. Busame 89 b 14, A.M.B. i. 197. 

\-^~ beating doum, metaph. ^aoj (^=*-*» 
Jjxaoojv^ k©of the downfall of Simon Magus 
to the depths, Tshoyahb, Hist. Mon. ii. 169. 20. 

J]^dix*J» a staff for beating off leaves, cf. 
Ar. ia+sz*, kd«-*' ^*>o otj^^ o ^ » v> ^o 
L*?cu£? L»o*J o_^ •^-Ji-iolt ^?oo-a.f, 
G. Busame 89 b 16, 



r£uruj 



118 



rOeisu 



|xou» a river to the north of Tnr Abdin, 
C. B.M. mo a. 

m^m col. 1 174. to mix, blend. Add: in trans. 
u^«io «*mjfcoo «-X till the mixture is molten 
and tempered, Chimie 54. 8. 

)Vef * : -s ~ col. 1 1 75. tempering, add: 
.ootLoa-^-j* laiiia^flo/, Caus. Caus. 187. 14, 
Galen 286. 12. Metaph. mingling, Bar Sud. 
now. a. 

HArr m. combination of the four elements, 
Galen. 274. 3, |uOo,ja I^JcLaoJ [r\-\~, ib. 1. 6; 
a mixture, Chimie 54. 14. Correct ib. 1. 9 to 
^9>40 ]L»? ^ 1 »» where the text has j-* -*■-. 
Connexion of the veins and arteries of the eye, 
Med. 74. 23. 

^^L* Pa.'^iH co]. 1 175. to do wrongfully, 
fraudulently, h^*DO( M^t yOot^.V ^OfoN-w 
)^^*jAd they set up a false patriarch, Mich. 
8yr. 492. 20, Chron. Min. 257. 15. Pass. 
part.'^JLLao m.pl. U^-vi^ for those in pain, 
Med. 576. 9. 

^a^L, JL^I», )^\»,^r» col. 1 1 77. perverse, 
cgO>>V">M) Is. Ant. 130. 4, otkN*^—? Jlix*. 
the snares of Ms perversity , 1. 5. 

JUL* col. 1 1 79 end of par. interj. Alas, 
add : frequent on tombstones, Lidz. Epigraph. 
147. 

|a.^^j* dangerous, fatal of diseases, BB. 
under w ^oo\ col. 191 1. 

[* iS^cl— infectious, pestilential, JJijico 
f({f jul^Acu*, N. Hist. vii. 2, 4. 

^*~ col. 1 181. Aj)h. *-*+*( to be slow, 
negligent, oofcoj? fco^»/, Sev. Lett. 158. 21 ; 
wKvijaas, var. yk», A.M.B. v. 355. 17. 

J l^i^oo correct )N:'N^-^ (Jlcujj), Jac. 
Edes. Can. 4. 5. 

_iL* col. 1 1 8 1 . Add : to contract, * o* cl^**j p( 
wchcha^ o>^> Brit. Mus. Or. 2084. 43 v. 
Pa. £L ^> /?r^s cZose together, ^o ?JLj 
yoot^ido^ J'o^jo R.O.C. iv. 360; ^X»/ 
.^^^N. ^j^oof ^056 who 2>res s forward to 
receive, Aphr. ©►$!. 7 another manuscript reads 
^♦-^♦fcoot. Ethpe. -£~L/"add: i-^wL/ Jl 
^50 / have not refrained from evil-doing, 
G. Warda, Folkm. 9. 4. 



•Lx^Jl col. 1 182. a fca^r or gruel of flour, 
butter, and honey, jl^ls — jLQjk,( Med. 599- 
21, )Lcu»? |lajd <^-^» J-*^.~.a Coupes ii. 
1 2 7 infra. 

JI'aA- f. aZ-wwi, DBB. 1332 ult., cf. Duval's 
note Journ. As. 1893, 329 under ,a>.. 

)'JL+> col. 1 182. E-Syr. Jl^** a press, throng, 
Gest. Alex. 81. 16, 92. 3, 216. 2, Uxo? J^«# 
Hist. B.V.M. 220. 20. 

;■*- JfoL^Jl col. 1 1 83. smoke, tsfl^ao 
I>ctw y»/ r ott?^** BH. de Div. Sap. 11. 1 : 
a funeral pyre, id. Carm. 129. 2. But the 
same passage quoted col. 1587 has J*o^»**. 

) £.*:**» ccl. i 183. carded wool .)fc^**-> ajlo 
Ui*, |;a^o Koj> Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 87 ult. 

U**^*» col. 1 183. 3 af. correct |jual bustard 
for Uaj. 

jiaJl col. 1 185 ink, ii5ff )«j**» Is. Nin. Chab. 
29 ; recipe for making ink, C. B.M. iii. Praef. x. 

i^ii^I* in fellowship ajJo? ©♦Lo;^©/ " 
hwU^opo K.(^^« dissociation from friendly 
and cheerful intercourse, Is. Nin. Chab. 99. ult. 

Ji^i*. col. 1 184. 1 8 of par. a prayer which 
connects with the preceding, Brev. Chald. i. 
29. 15, 39. 1, Takhsa 74 bis. 



!l' 



> * p r 



col. 1 185. some kind of sorcery, 



Jac. Edes. Can. 27. pen. 

JVj-*- add : rpo>^n, oihr^iia, a wound, open 
sore, Hippoc. v. 2, 61, Med. 192. 11, Bar Sud. 
44. 17. 

ouL* col. 1 186. Logic : to imply «jso(? %+o& 
% ~\*%cs j.^ M jtsj.^ft 3 in mentioning the 
particular he implies the distributive, Probus 
92. 6. Pass. part. *«+*-\** km*£o)^o»9 ±+o£±d 
all the propositions are included, ib. 96. 1. 

\L&JL col. 1187. DeJe art. 1), it may be 
a mistake for )^cl^«* : see Ar. PflnN. 143. 
2) the Persian apple, pi. jt*,aiw apples, Med. 

412. 13, 575. 17, Jjfcut IZoJ^l U^ ib. 

578. 10. 

YmJ±L m. a besieger, Ephr. ed. Bick. 22. 4, 5- 
IXft^Jlfcoe incarcerated ; included, But. Sap. 
Isag. iii. 3, Theol. 4. 6 and often. 

Ia*^** pr.n.rn. Chast. 14. 14. 16, )jj*dcu** 

[a^m! near Ar/.un. ib. 1. n. 



oA\nu 



119 



rfxif^ 



yofey^* fur * o^a. M see below. A bishopric 
on the left bank of the Zab, Syn. Tim. i. 310, 
Or. Xt. ii. 310. 1, 311. 11. 1. yofcsij. Mar 



Kai-dasrh 



Leu* id. ed. Abbeloos. 



* y 



41. 2. 11. Ii; yOLCU* 

col. 1 189. a market day, hence selling. 
u\ f*&( ^-» J^-^° \JLk* |s^# )uo^. who 
instituted this evil and accursed custom of 
selling into slavery ? Jos. N arses 15. 4. 
« a k^ JJ©*^ oflaoL Noah by his cursing 
°f Ham gave occasion to this evil custom of 
slavery, 1. 9, 

K^ see «*^». the flajj, jt^~^ ^j/ he 
went on pilgrimage to Mecca, El. Nis. Cliron. 
2 74. 4, 175. 18. 

l^P col. 1 190. Dele the article; J^l is 
pl. of )fcl^, El. Nis. 78. 62, a hill shrine, 
high place, crag. Job xxx. 6 points J^l but 
Ephr. ii. 13 B. in loc. has J££ and BHSchol. 
1! * Job has ttZ r 2>9o bJZ+ Ai3j^ : KU-L %>~+l 
K^~ ^*->(o .UxsLDf )*ao^~ o» :Jk-JXDi-» 

A.M. B, ii. 599 ult. )^. should probably be 
emended to J^ : ^ [^ r i'±L^> JiU 
J?%—# ^jL heaped itp round her body like 
<* cairn. End of par. dele " Vox suspecta." 

k^~ col. 1 "190. Geop. 86. 2 correct J^~ 
«J> a brass rim y S. Fraenkel ZA. xvii. 86. 
See 



from 



col. 1218. 



Pael denom. verb from l^^ cob 1189. 
to make a funeral feast, to wake, o^ o^s^» 
^oi* i^y^A, they kept his wake for a week, 
Alexis 27. 18. Aph. ^Z^to make a feast, 
*^w y+b *^i" Aphr. 741. 20. 

*W* *• ( b *£^/* ^ r * r^-*" H a 93h a pilgrim to 
Mecca, Jab. 159. 6. PI. ]^ ^ISil, El. Nis. 
Ohron. 173. 24, 175. ir, 181. ult. 

**^*> )fc^^» l - q- Ki^ rol. 1 190. festal; 
J^-*4^j* JLao iravrjyvpLKa, a festal oration, Act. 
8. Pelag. 4. 13. 

Ks^cu. col. 1 190. eccles. procession at a feast, 
a <W Dion. Lied. ap. K.O.C. ii. 480. 1 1 : U^ 
J^a-*-D> [>t\ \ mf JL^^o-**? order of the 
lp'ocession of the Pax at Easter, Brev. Chald. 
ll * *•-*, 4 af. 



)Io!l*^oo col. 1 190. celebration, Sev. Lett. 
466 ult. 

Jfcl^-L pl. i-^-1 thorns. Add: LLL^L, 
JfcLi^-1 thorny, BB. under Jjcljojj col. 3545. 

^^* col. 1 191. to surround, c\\^ r r ~ 
^wo*^©, A.M.B. v. 92. 5. Var. ©A^b* 
Ar. J^ to hasten, Ballad, in the like passage 
has o ^ > \ i> ; as it was for security the former 
reading is preferable. 



add : IKiktos, €i\iKO€idr]s, 

tortuous, winding, the cave of Machpelah 
^o»ol^*/ JL^f^^jio ijsojkoo iaua-bw, Nest. 
direst. 91. 106. 

JL*^£* m. Ar. AsLi a cupper, blood-letter, 
Hunt, clxx under JJLocloo col. 2582, DBB. 
1321. 

*>^**- I^J 1 ** col. 1 193. lame, BA. under 

j^»/;dbb. ,0.23. 

J*a^l hindering, ]»c£^l J tick restraining 
modesty is a human and animal trait, But. 
Sap. Philos. 6. 8. 

jr©i.^o© f. haltingness, lameness, -W 
&^~*, )io»9i«^ ]Lo«^oo )^>krtiv>», Epiph. 
8. 11. 



♦Jl col. 1 194. one. 
Natur 28. 6. 



)\~* *-~ 



unique, 



)J>1=> +L col. 1 195. 3 of par. )IJL Uid JL 
Neiv Sunday = Anglice Low Sunday, Kvpiatcj) 
kqivt) or KvpiaKj) via so-called because it follows 
the cfi&ofxas fticucaivrjo-ifios the week of renewal 
as the resurrection of Christ renews mankind 
each Easter Sunday, Hist. Mon. i. 215. 11, 
ii. 413 11. 

)»**0( cob 1 195. ovv in comp. )+*+D( i£o( 
oW&jo-e, Hex. Ex. xiv. 25. Logic: the co- 
attribute, Probus 97. 5. 

Uj«*» col. 1197. a monk is called U+*~~ > 
solitary, from his (uJ^o U^l!!^9 JJ )ll** 
simple and single-minded life, BA. under 
U^~-* col. 1589. A dog's skull is kJJ^ 
Uo^a^ in one piece, N. Hist. vii. 1. 7. 

U.?/' IguJIa. being of one kind only, Is. 
Nin. Bedj. 206. 9. 



.Tajj 



120 



if\OX 



jj 



♦II. col. 1 197. Pass. part. »^oo united: 
»o ^.\, ♦.^ o-^> )»^.Ioo "w' tfc V Unique'' 
Journ. As. 1907, 169 ; )«JL^ooo J-I*-*-**-* 
mIUoa^J solitaries and truly united to 
God, Jab. 508. 2. Joint, combined, )Iqj»-*\^o 
J*^?o U^jf JlL*» )l r I>.v>, Patr. Or. iii. i. 
113. 7 bis, J«^S?o \+&jf J.-J00 U^oh ib. 
no. 1 bis, 2. Of. Ul^oo j^JLao JJ Juus 
incorporeal beings = i.e. wotf united to bodies, 
Is. Nin. Beilj. 195. 3 ; consistent, JU ^^ 
oi-io^ o©> |jq^/ U? .' ) > > ^> \ r> )t-^oo 
whoso is inconsistent in action, is un- 
disciplined, ib. 206. 20. 

)lo»««»\a Col. I 1 98. jLcLUO JOmu^uNP €1>C0(TIS, 

WZKM. ix. 102. 

]l~ to heap up, oJL\ ^jL \^>} r )ZL Heb. 
nrin, Prov. xxv. 22. Ethpe. *•**#!( to be 
heaped up, s+jloI\o ^*~m with gloss yQj( •—, 
Hormizd. i960. 

\1JL the breast, col. 1200. 3 of par. The 
pi. form JLoZ-I Lev. ix. 20 seems borrowed 
from the Targum, the Syriac form of pi. is 
\L+*+. See Merx. Chrest. Syr. 195 ult. 

j &****! col. 1 20 1. a wooden flap fixed to one 
flange of a folding door, BA. under );-*-»*-* 
col. 2340. 

),-** or **»-** col. 1 198. U»J1 col. 1200. 
\l'JL) JfcoJL Saturday of the merry-makers, 
i.e. the eve of Low Sunday, A.M.B. ii. 241. 8. 

[±1+Ljo diverting, amusing said of theatres ) 
Sev. Ant. Horn. 54. n. Gram, expressing 



1U i. 



7 Hebr 



aica iv. 



joy, Jk^JuIJL 
169, 11. 

J^^a* col. 1 201. endive, pi. \£JL Med. 39. 
12, 86. 6, 565. 12, 16; Jfct^t i*f~ Galen. 
2 97- 33 * s given as a synonym for ^oqjxj oop 
Sonchus oleraceus. See col. 2568 and Ar. 
PfinN. 253, 255. 

JL'o-^o*-** col. 1202. a wedding feast; 
master of the ceremonies at a wedding, BH Gr. 
i. 24. 11, pi. JkI4?r~ ib - 35- M- 

)olL = [£IZ* endive, chicory, Med. 553. 6, 
566. 7. 

k~so? m Om* pr.n.f. Haduhdokt, Chast. 
31. 18. 



^^i col. 1203. a village in Tur Abdin, 
A.M.B. iv. 499. 15 ; Mar Bassus 40 n., 55. 5, 
66. ult.; ^-^ ib. 48. 670. 

tl++ col. 1203. Parts. 9+J** (l*,*? Jl^oj 

a running sore of the head which spreads, 
JAOS. xx. 188. Uyy^cu* ]oot ^.Z** all-round 
health, Jos. Styl. 21.3. Aph. f^/^col. 1204. 
to give alms, tv>*»\ >IL*i Cyrillona 587. 

*!*♦, )fl* col. 1204. going round to beg, 
Jioo? )***• begging for water, Cyrillona 587. 

))+Z col. 1205. that which is obtained by 
begging, V*JL) j>«^ the alms which I have 
begged, Hist. Mon. i. 168. 18, Cyrillona 587. 

jLo)0»~ col. 1204. vagrancy, begging, Gest. 
Alex. 20. 7. 

J>jcu# col. 1205. odd jobs of housework, 
chores too* )»"vV j»?cu» o*^ Pallad. 183. 9. 
Med. pi. jf ?cu* ireplobos, period of an inter- 
mittent fever, Hippoc. i. 10, 11, 18, iv. 59. 
Eccles. the Khudhra or Cycle, a large vol. of 
the parts of the liturgy and daily offices 
proper to Sundays, Feasts of Our Lord, and 
Saints' Days, J*tcu*:>f Jfcl*»d^A,r a hymn of 
praise from the Khudhra, QdhainW. 161. 7; 
Jf?cu*:>if «**( according to tlie Khudhra, ib. 
123. 14, 128. 4, 144. 8 and often, Brev. 
Chald. 1 tit. 53. 2. 

JLoJmcu* col. 1206. circularity, LcuJhcu* 
^aa^Lo>(o j^oj circular motion and form, 
But. Sap. Theol. 4. 5. 

(ji***^ col. 1206 should have P'thakha on 
the Mim, not on the Khet, as it is formed 
from the Aphel. revolving, causing to revolve, 

Jjcl^J? Ijffrwtjo iftj^Qfl/ the Eccentric which 
causes the epicycle to revolve, N. Hist. Bk. II, 
Cap. iv. 2. PI. )kJ9 t *t33 mendicants, gloss to 
ll&uSo, heretics, perh. followers of Audo (o>() 
as he taught mendicancy, A.M.B. ii. 150 ult. 

LZ~ col. 1206 infra. Ar. oai to be or 
become new, tOo»^O0 !•-** J^a-fcsJ^ JLdo|^> 
Ephr. ed. Lamy i 619. 

toU, JtoU for JUoU. Nold. Gram. § 26 B. 
f. a newly married woman. Cf. Lexx. under 
)oJL col. 1200. 



!U> 



121 



n£&a.jj 



l**», )MJL col. 1207. new) fc*;jiU? JJo» !♦.»* 
^•(IVl Ae w;Ao 25 created anew is new, Nest. 
Heme. 54. 5; JL'***J UaXcu new doctrine, 
Nold. F. S. i. 477 ; JiT«£ J^ca.3 innovations, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 113. 1. 

IL'oL** col. 1208. novelty, (aim.9 ioljl an 
innovation, Pet. lb. 79, Sev. Lett. 13. 12, 
14 bis*, 15 ter, id. Hymns 48. 3; pi. iolJL 
Jio.JJ£L>CM? jLaiia^ al rrjs iricrTCus KatPOTOfxlm, id. 
Vit. in. 13, 113. 12. 

]i»V^ l?cu* synonym for ]L«*X Jtfeus, ^ 
/owr weeks before Advent, Or. Xt. iv. 208, 
JL*.V Lfcu** ]l^a2> »j» <Ae eighth Sunday before 
Christmas, also called Jfc^JlLi Brev. Ant. 
ii. 27. 

HI*. Ar. i^jjJi al-lladitha now Kesbaf on 
the left bank of the Tigris about a farsakh 
below the mouth of the Great Zab, Hist. Mon. 
1. 95. 21, 130. 16 and often, Pers. Mart. 178, 
190, 234, a bishopric Syn. Or. 619, 6, Chast. 
34- 12, 57. 11 etc. 

K-1L1^* an inhabitant of Haditha, If. Z. 
212. 20 pi. |uLU ib. 1. 19, 210. 13. 

>CLa„»oM* a city of Persia in >c*-^-W , 
Chast. 5. 4. 

Jo*. Pa. uq! col. 1208. With J^ajol^o to 
issue coin, Anecd. Syr. i. 19. 1. Chem. with 
i&( to act superficially Jq^j» [$( [±+( opp. 
Aajsoq.^^ tv^j to penetrate deeply, Chimie 
*. 5 and 6 af. 

Uocu* col. 1 2 10. Logic : demonstration opp. 
induction, Probus 101. 17. 

I^oqm col, 1 2 10. any animal resembling 
a serpent, as the salamander, Anecd. Syr. iv. 
75- 23 ; the lizard, BB. under )*ci5d col. 2584. 

llcul col. 1210. a snake *~(f Ucu*fr ksoflo 
W-^i^^cHofcL/ ^lcL>j"><Y> v> the serpent drug 
l $, in my opinion, gentian, Med. 264. 16. 

Ia^o** pi. m. Ophites, serpent icorshipjxrs, 
Coupes ii 117. Cf. U^JL. 

ls-»liIoL» demonstrably, obviously, Nest. 
Heme. 79. 14, 449. 19. 

Ulolfcoe demonstrable, reasonable, ^ oe» 
I^q*.^ ) Uiv> ^ «*^ o-la^aX Sev. Ant. 
ynms 293. 

2710 



H 



^JU^o^r clearly, convincingly, Is. Nin. 
B. 80. 6 ; BB. under Jc^-so col. 1560. 

Ju^Om col. 12 1 5. misty darkness. Dele: 
it is given col. 1 172. 

OQm, cJL Col. 121 2. )^2»ClL Col. I 2 15. 

add: a defeat, rout, Joseplius vi. 8. 10, 
13. 12. 

ts^iA^ltoS col. 12 16, duly, as in duty 
bound, Hist. Mon. i. 1 17. 1 ; opp. k«»JjJi>jfco0, 
Syn. Or. 140. 9 ; ib. 130. 6. 

?clL*#*cL*# col. 12 18. Correct: Ehamnus 
infectorms ; it grows on the mountains of 
N. Arabia, has small black berries of a harsh 
flavour ; in Khorasan they are eaten boiled : 
BB. under ji*,*! col. 1162, under ya^a^. 
col. 1916, Ar. PflnN. 257; U+xs ot ?cu*?o~ 
ija.A.*. .^ .11*9 Med. 604. 

o*cu» iutcrj. stronger form of o»o/ Oh, ah, 
fie with ^5d : .00^-^ ©i'a*» Anecd. Syr. ii. 81. 5. 

v^cu. pr.n.m. Stat. Schcl. Nis. 189. 3. 

]u*ci** col. 1 219. sloe, blackthorn, add ref, 
UcJl? JL^jf ;£ Med. 572. 7. Op. Nest, does 
not know the bush, J;-ooJ^o Jjd*o-. Uo-^ 
138.6. 

♦■^cu. Ilidir, a village, Chast. 2i» 19. 

«*cu*, u M and y*Jl( col. 1221. Dele both 

articles. 

JLqocJL f. neaving ; texture, BA. under 
JLo;jJu col. 2261. 

.oAq- col. 1 22 1. in the mountains N. 
of Damascus. Nold. identifies this with 
Helbon jnf?n Ezcch. xxvii. 18, ZDMG. xxix. 

JaJOa* col. 1222. Dele : it is a mistake for 
JL»cu* col. 12 19. 

v9Q**, &JL col. 1223. 8 of par. yL* &'&+* 
shampoo thy head, Med. 554. 10. 

IsaJl col. 1223. 5 f. of par. correct om^3 
His breath ; " even that which is born from our 
boso7ns is not, &.ave by the breath of God ; see 
Gen. ii. 7. 

it 



cu* 



122 



r£i^aicu» 



*o*#, JL col. 1224. to close, tie up a pot, 
Chimie 36. 8 ; to become thick, to thicken 
\&qj>) &****!. .1^ U?o-io lorsque tu verras 
que le yroduit triture commence d, s'ejjaisser 
sous le pilon, ib. 22. 21. Pass. part. 18 of 
par. correct ref. Not Clem. Rom. Rec. but 
Clem. Ep. 80. 8, add 176. 4. Pael JJL pass, 
part, well-knit, .,^^.v>o otL^A )o« ^-i-^- 
Josephus vi. to. 15. Ethpa. J^LXl add: 

" *J y y - *7» 

with "^.^ 2o 6e strong, to prevail over -***m 
Jio& »*^Lv Th. Mops, in John 1. 29. 

Kcu* col. 1225. spathe of a palm, ref. iTa— 
Jli?f Med. 98 ult. 

JJ«# col. 1225. KJua? J-a-* a partition of 
reeds, a reed mat, Kal-w-Dim, ed. Bick. 40. 
14, cf. Kcu* id. ed. Wright 179. 10. 

|j,JL*p col. 1226. f. pi. ]felL?LL*> |i^oX 
tlie contractile or constricting muscles of the 
colon, N. Hist. vii. 1. 3. Astringent, Med. 
212. 6, 293. 3. 

I^Kom a village of Jocl*,oj> 1^* Chast. 
62. 13. 

\s>ql~ col. 1226. astep; add : ]L'qll*,9? too** 
tf/w? ladder of preferment, Hist. Mon. 167. 3; 
ib. 174. 9, 270. 20. 

locu* col. 1226. 1) a line, lr>o^=> j^^^L 
written closely, Pallad. 106. 11; U>otff )^>q~ 
sentences illuminated in gold, Is. Ant. 126. 12, 
J^feJ>f jjacu* sentences of Holy Scripture, ib. 
1. 14; Nars. ed. Ming. i. ion. 1. Metaph. 
Joo» )>o*fcs»ai j^o 1. ->) ?■— » guided in 
a straight line, Hist. Mon. i. 1 74. 9 ; 270. 20 ; 
JLg-La-M Locw Zme or ladder of preferment, 
ib. 167. 3. 2) for ji£>a.0 a pitcher, pot, the 
leaven is to be set apart ioo^a kw^o/ l^maa, 
Takhsa 118. 2. 

t cu*, +L col. 1226. to look, to take a direction, 
)lTLap\ Ja^( 11^ ^Ae «/«/>'# covrse was directed 
towards, A.M.B. 149. 14 = Pallad. 323. 4; 
Budge " was about to arrive ". Act. part, add : 
f »U ud ^1+} how can he expect that ? ref. 
Ephr. Ref. i. 65. 23, 24. Perhaps i. q. Ar. U> 
to be amazed, to marvel, *o»a\.^Laou3 L+JL 
A.M.B. v. 53. 1. Aph. i-*«i( with judj^Jl 



to hasten eagerly, Safari. 7, 17, »--» -y { 
yOof^o«99 )&}*• *Ae?/ turned swiftly towards, 
A.M.B. ii. 585. 13. ^Ls* <*l^-&j t*?^? 
+*j+j he turns all his guiles against thee, ib. iii. 
222. 10, 277 10; U;^^> uo^aJ N ^-i |x*f 
I bring judgement upon myself ib. 278. 5 af. 

jcu* Pa. *oJl col. 1229. Chem. to blanch, 
whiten act. part, feu*.:*) Chimie 12. 17 ; pass, 
part. fern. i><w» 1. 16. Arabisni \Jal\ to 
wear while in token of opposition to the 
Abbaside party whose colour was black, »o>cu. 
\^l Dion. 51. 3 af., 52. 1, 3, Nold. WZKM. 
x. 166. Ethpa. foJLli to be blanched, Chimie 
12. io, 14. 

jioa** m. blanching, Chimie 20. 22, 32. 10, 

47, 11, 

J»aJL col. 1228. 2) an example, JjclJL 
Jl'oL^^U? )J\xi*np a perfect pattern of the 
heroic life, A.M.B. v. 3. 11; archetype )>cw 
U^s oxoli/ o»Lcoo^» BH. Hebraica iii. 251. 
14. 3) the white poplar, J*cu*#? i-?*-^ sic 
Budge, an infusion of ' po])lar leaves, Med. 575. 
17, 582. 6. 

JfcLi col 1230. white. Add under |3) silver 
opp. |^.v>clop gold, Chimie 12. 4 but tin ib. 
34. 4. 7) Jj'cu.? JI^a, Easter week, Biev. 
Ant. i. 38 b pen., 48 a pen. J»o*# )?l^. while 
Feast of the Mongols, Jab. 142 ult. It is 
Feb. 1, the Mongol New Year's Day, Bedj. 
note ib. 5) o»l*euI ^3/' noXmcpdyos, a white- 
luiired glutton, Hist. Mon. ii. 34. 27, A.M.B. 
vii 86 &c, Act. S. Pelag. 7. 27, 8. 6. M. pi. 
i. q. ]*oJ>cL», Jj'cui o» a.I a, v **aa-**j9 Pallad. 
352. 5, Med. 559. 1. See 3 11. lower. 

J*ofcu* col. 1 231. PI. leucoma, cataract, 
add: Med. 78. 2, 82. 8, 91. 5, 12, Ji>o*cu* 
[iL&a Joi? JIG** ib. 604. 5. 

JLoJo^ col. 1 23 1. a white cloud or mist 

But. Sap. Philop. 6. 2. PL jLof'cw white film 
on the eyes, Med. 89. 9. 

jj 9 0^00 col. 1232. bleaching, blanching, 
Chimie 1. 1. 

UaJ»9cu* hellebore) see under o^*. 



c<S<Xa» 



123 



rtl=av*» 



J>al* col. 1232. a district under tlie Bishop 
of Sarug, add refs. Brooke's Chron. 573. 8, 
Ant. Patr. 301. 10. 

Uajficu* 1) a kind of laurel with narrow, 
hitter leaves, note to Chabot/s Youssef Bousnaya, 
K.O.C. iii. 173. 2) iU-9^>, c ^wi.»^». perh. 
mountain hollow, I/ordaphne village in the 
hind of Annidia, C.B.M. 1067 a, Pers. Mart, 
n. 1544. A village in Beit Arabaye, Chast. 
15. 1, 32. 21. 

ULLsficu** an inhabitant of Ilordaphne, 
C.B.M. 1067 a. 

^•»cu* col. 1232. Add: Ilurin (1. Ilaran 
^Carrha) De Goeje B. 65. 1, 4. 

Jkwta*. (f );.»?) a monastery in the region 
of Amadia, Anecd. Syr. ii. 210. 6, 286. 14, 

Jfc^JOfCU. 1. 1. 

Jwfcu* see Suppl. under hoi**. 

cx*,cu» E-Syr. form of |oo» M Hoshaba 
pr.n.ni. BHChr. Eccl. 785. 5. 

tola** (i^i) see »©]&aL («-»?) above. 

JIa* Ethpael IjLLi/ denom. verb 1) from J Jul, 
to penetrate, BHCarm. 137. 14. 2) from 

19 9 
II** to be mangy, covered with scab, Poet. Syr. 

58. 5 af. 

)u> col. 1237. infra, innermost recess, add: 
Uoȣ? JjL pvxoU, Greg. Carm. ii. 48. 20; 
^»o» J\~ BHCarm. 121, 4, yk£. wfc ib. 
152. 1; JtfJl^? oJlC lee-side of the island, 
A.M.B. iii. 383. 1. 

Jju*. \loyL col. 1235. endowed with sight 
or insight, a seer, )*©***? JuoJL^ lit. "seer of 
the opening", the retina, back of the pupil, 
Med. 7.1.6, HoU JJ^l. 16. 

)L'cuoJL^ f. i. q. JlcuJojui perception, vision, 
^I'cuoju? J^ icua^ Is. Nin. B. 50. 15, 18, 
l^aoo JicuoC, ib. 31. 2, DBB. 735. 20 
under JLcuIjojL. 

\oC, UoC col. 1235. Dele sing., UojLl 
is pi. of )oJ-£ : see end of par. and JoJL* ^ao 
kb)^ BHGr. i. 31. j, Nbld. Gr. § 74 n. 

UjlI. the Seer, title of certain monks, some- 
times considered a gentilic from ))JL llazza. 
Joseph Uju» Chast. 64. 13, Jacob JJj£ ib. 71. 1. 
See Cbabot, Journ. As. 1906, 265. 



jllju* col. 1236. Metaph. perception, mental 
vision, Is. Nin. B. 128. 3, 4 ; spiritual vision, 
1. 6. 

JLeuj£ col. 1236. a) act. vision, b) pass. 
reputation, k^J ca^oj? jlcuju* Sev. Lett. 
377- 16. 

jol J © JL» fco& col . 1 2 3 7 . a braggart, svmggerer, 
Tekkaf. in; pi. JJujojJikJo opp. InVj^fc 
Is. Nin. B. 189 n. 1 ; Syn. Or. 147. 6 af. 

K-»Lt-IjoJu>*fco£ col. 1237. ostentatiously, 
Syn. Or. 137. 29; R.O.C. iv. 262. 1. 

IL'cLiljuLfcsjicoL 1237. ^Ul^^^ Lcl\IjlL1<od 
oma-do^nvcds, a backward look, A.M.B. v. 
355. 11. 

JJjLl m. perh. prow of a boat, Gest. Alex. 
205. 1. 

1jL£ or Jj£ col. 1238. BB. is wrong, it is 
sj.» llazza, an ancient town near Arbela, 
sometime capital of Adiabene, Nold. ap. 
ZDMG. xxxii. 401 f., Tabari 20 11. 4, Syn. 
Or. 619. 5, Jesus-Sabran 490 n. 1, 516. 21, 
519. 28, A.M.B. iv. 134. 12. 

)fcL»jjLi col. 1239. ringworm, dandruff, 
add: Ae^, Hippoc. iii. 19; on the eyelid, 
Med. 92. 22, on the head, ib. 554. 20, )fcLu~ 



I 9 r 



0«-O 



\x\.a iS» wo* LL~ 



ringworm is a sore which may occur in any 
jmrt, it is of the colour of sparks, it is irritable 
and itches, ib. 604. 8 ff., Pet. Ib. 40. 1 1. 

^»JL*» name of a village, Anecd. Syr. ii. 
199. 11, 144. 24; 203. 23. 

i-l**, |uU col. 1239. a hog. PI, )<u£~ 
scrofula, Med. 50. 1 i. q. I^W ib. 594. 6, 
col. 1240. 7. x m P^ (S 9 Galen. 240, Hippoc. 
iii. 25. 

JfcUjiojJ. pi. i* q. !L£-£-~ scrofula, Med. 
583- 5. 

ilLir denom. verb Ethpaal from )L>U* to 
be like a hog, yOo»JOo»a o»J<JLl? yO->©» those of 
swinish minds, Manicheisme 98. 7* 

Uo'l~ col. 1240. Arab, jjj* belt, girth, 
Beit Assyr. iii. 81. Cf. Fremdw. 103 n., 
El. Nis. 40. 5. 

r 2 



^Vw 



.** 



*3JL* col. 1240. to cause a commotion, to 
incite, Jjaa*^ f\&) J^^^k J 00* *a-»J-*», Jac. 
Ecles. ap. Eplir. cd. Lamy iv. 363. 5. 

jajL col. 1 24 1. JjaojJl col. 1242. 1) Jjcu 
)u.ooJL«* pva$($ x VTO h migratory fishes, those 
which go about in shoals, Ar. FischN. 89. 
2) JLooJLl \ a. \-£ or ellipt. an enveloping 
membrane e.g. the diaphragm, Med. 131. 7 J 
JoiXif I^oJlL L^w the pleura cost a lis, ib. 
223. 7; \J>JL) )^«ooJl-^ IL-LaJI the pleura, 
ib. 223. 2, 225. 4. 

JuiDoJU col. 1242. With |L^»^t prolapsus 
uteri, Med. 50. 22. 

\s>U+ col. 1243. PL \ss\+* arteries, veins, 
[ f ^ \,.X chX 1^-/ J^oJU ixxOk^*., BB. under 
JfcLiJL col. 1638 = J>]3B. 1995. 4; J*-ii>JL~ 

Hebraica iv. 212, 120, 129. 

jjJL the Khaser, a tributary of the Zab, Bar 
Penk. 157. 12. 

JtojJL col. 1239. Add: JJcw foJL** night- 
shade berries, prob. Strychnos colubrina, B A. 
under ^4i3 col. 3698. 

)>JL^ col. 1243. 1) fine flour, s^ » ~ 11 <J-^»jJ1 
El. Nis. 78. 71. 2) <Ae d?/s£ which rises 
before a shower or £/?e Za^er ;;«r£ q/'a shower, 
J.~-JI ^ ^.fliJI, EL Nis. 78. 72. 

o*JL* Ilazru, a village on the road from 
Maipherkat to Amid, Dion. 54. 10. 

YJL col, 1243. th e plum, add: juL^t J^*^ 
Med. 107. 6, |l^oqo JwiLl black plums, ib. 556. 
pen., 557. 14; ^a^aao U^ ib. 557. 1; J^ 
) u» - n . ftv . v >» *-*;«jd1^j*>* .qjoi damascenes, 
damsons, Jac. Edes. ap. Nold. F. S. i. 576; 
ju»»9 )**** peaches, ib. 

Jtol^*-~ col. 1244. Dele article; it is 
corrupt for J»ol^*j q. v. col. 3347. 

^JL col. 1244. Past. part. £^**, l^*&~ 
dug out, jt^JL^** JLL2l_a,o jul^^A, channels 
excavated for water, Nold. F. 8. ii. 894. 
Pa. Js-4— ** f '° tn ( J rave > Poet. Syr. 98. 7 
misprinted ^.1. Ethpa. §^l( to be dug or 
ploughed, \fajLftJe Jj^f/ Arist. Apol. ©. 5. 



124 r^i\j 

^cu^y, col. 1245. 11 of par. )^a^ )jc^ 
)^a^ striped, rainbow-coloured, A. M.B. v. 
188. 9. 

J^a^-1 m. the field mouse, Op. Nest. 90. 21. 

I^^m col. 1245. pointed, &~>i.^+ iA -^ QD 
tOcH^rp X^^**o £/4£ extremities = tails of the 
roach and scorpion are sharp and pointed, 
Med. 25. 21. 

JL'o^^I* f. pointedness, stiff* sharpness of the 
tip of a palm-branch, Pallad. 666. 19. 

Ji^** col. 1245. Ethpe. ^**l( pans, to be 
sinned, o£\ v*^#*M? )p^*» the sin committed 
by him, Sev. Lett. 295. 9, 296. 5, 8 ; pi. 
^JL^*»i(? *^*»/ the sins committed, ib. 202. 2, 
203. 5 &c. ; Cyr. 35. 13. 

JfcC^*» col. 1247. 3« correct "caret pi." to 
pi. rare, \j£?^*» ^-*> )**• )•■*• each separate sin 
of ours, Ephr. Ryr. ed. Overbeck 329 pen. 
= Ephr. Jos. 260. 5; ZDMG. lii. 132. 

[^.L col. 1247. Lii al-Khatt, a city in 
Bahrain, the coast district on the Arabian 
side of the Persian Gulf, official name ^3 
«—*-*-?>( Syn. Or. 216. 23; 679. Add: 
"At™ Kcofxrj, Sprcngcr Alt. Geogr. Arab. § 170, 
Sassanidi 36. 9. 

v°l^..»». Pass. part. ^.-.fc,,* add : I i.»\» 
J>cH-=>a^ ^3 -P>,.»^.w»» a mind captivated by 
vainglory, Syn. Or. 147. 6 af. Ethpe. &^JL( 
col. 1248. to go headlong-, «.»*/ J^a.^1/ 
to come, Pleroph. 46. 3. 

♦&**• '^5^** co '* I2 49* m asc. in the Bible, 
fern. jLfL/ J^ia!^3 m tfAe vernacular, Apis. 
Xjsd. ult. and note, ^j note. PI. JlJL^oL* 
pastoral staves, Hist. Mon. i. 236. 12. L. 18 
of par. sceptre, cf. HDn Inscript. of Zengirli 
3, 9, 20, 25, WZKM. vii. 131. 12. w'^cu* 
^J^f col. 1250. 3 Shepherd's staff, Polygonum 
seminale Med. 39. 10/11, J^J^M Ji^cu* ib. 
572. 6, 580. 6. Cf. col. 3946. 

jjotjjcu* m. dimin. of J^a~, a smaZZ s£a^*, 
^?"c/L-, A.]\f.B. i. 506. 15, Hist. Mon. i. 340. 21, 
Vat. MS. ib. |jo4«. 

J^-i or jl^J* col. 1250 infra. .^aJJ "At pat f 
"Ar/w, "Arpa, llatra, a city in Tirhan, NW. 



from Tekrit, Coupes ii. inf., WZKM. xii. 
3^i, Pers. Mart. n. 1440, Hist. Mon. i. 148, 
J 73 7, ii 305 n. 5. Lq. )^a**. Other Hatras 
Were in Marga, Athor, &c. 

Ji^-i col. 1250 ult. Dele. 

K« col. 1252. 2 to be reviving, refreshing, 
some fruits ^\Z ;-fcw BH. de PL ^. 4. 
Iniper. used as a salutation, oi*#, a.*** Hail, 
Ballad. 495. 12, 13. 

y^X *v\ » T» under \JL col . 1 2 5 3 . Sempervivum, 



arid: i.q. Gr. v oJL*{/ col. 3 and Pers. 
>©*^^j*d or >o»^n^y col. 2098 ; Ar. PllnN. 
*6i. Med. 139. 16, 563. 15, 598. 20. 

m# col. 1254. Astron. )JL»? %o^ld the 
first of four spaces on the outer circle of 
the astrolabe, it is from the Eastern horizon 
to the 30th degree of the lower meridian. 
"In hoc loco vita hominum et spiritus con- 
tinetur ", Firmicus Maternus ii. xvii. 2, De 
Astrolahe 251 infra and 284 n., J^L^f )»a^D ib. 
255 nit,, 273. 12, 16, Jot Uj^jsis? o*o» Ju?oJ 
A-L*. c**k~.l? 272. med. 

J<LI», JLcuL 1255. med. 1) life, lifetime, 
^•o*a^|f JLa***s, Syr. Rom. Rechtsb. 27. 3, 
60. 12. 2) Add: o^Ji-i ta^JL half beast, 
half man, Gcst. Alex. 177. 5. A slteath, 
case, a pearl has J>l9? JI^a«, Nat 11 r 65. 3, 5. 

mLcu*» COI. I256. SC. JLa* dvvcifUS C^ lK hy 

Hoffm. Herm. 173. 

kJLolL col. 1256. organic, JujLoa^ sc 
)°^-^-> opp. \ 1 1 ->f " impetus organicus et 
anorganicus", HofFm. Herm. 173. 

jl^wwL* f. victuals, provisions, jd?J Iluso 
♦~fia~»*L Ji J]^«A-^»*f ; % ca-vaX what measures 
should be taken to avoid lack of victuals, Ined. 
Syr. 41. 3 ; jui r>f JfcwdaoJoU JV*~~j Jlo;*m*» 
lack of fodder for the cattle, Dion. 193. 5 
misprinted )&***-* here and 191. 17; >- ■ * * 
\0©^*j>ja^o yOof^fiajfa^f Jk„*^.»» to collect 
victuals for tlwir sustenance, Hist. Mon. i. 
J 86. 18. But Budge and Fraenkel think 
the word is Talm. NH^n = JfcU, Ji^ a sac ^ 
i^. ii. 368 n., ZA. xvii. 87. 

^LL** a fortress in Mt, Singar, BHChr. 
Eccl. 633. 1. 



125 vai 

^**», JLL col. 1258. under 2) fwivers, 
add : dwdfieis, facultates, Ar. UuJ^I (j*3 
ZDMG. xxxiv. 475 = U*ty )oK2»f7 ib. xxxix. 
285. 3, J^IaS JlL* viz. JLo^^o, )ia^^.^^, 
JIoaa^-, Jto^A^j ib. 287. 2, 4, Gottheil in 
BH.de PI. ib. xliii. 124. 

ILL. col. 1 26 1. oppression, yo» ^-Djb» JL*# 
BH. in Koh. iv. 1. 

^-IWAph. col. 1263. to enfeeble, yjockw 
Vooi v*.o^=>f t^>v,v. Ebed J. Card. 23. 12. 
Metaph. % \ v> )1 m, v> v> the virtues of 
Aphthonia surpass speech, R.O.C. vii. 114. 26. 

JLLL a herb, J1IL? H^ Med. 575. 20, 
584. 21. 

J^sL* Chald. NB^Pi, willoiv, Med. 575. 17, 
576. 1. Cf. H\r, col. 1288 and ii^Z 
col. 1289. 

U^* col. 1264. Add: the spot where the 
monastery "iva was situated. )h+++& (Lu^ Doc. 
Mon. 215. 4, 219 quater, 220. 11. 

l«u*» for \jl2, q. v. infra, henna, gloss to 
J^Scio BH. in Cant. Cant. 1. 13. 

)&**» for \&\j» q.V. )^a M ^» )K^r>Qi» ^ ; -v > 
at a gallop, Dion. 57. 6. 

t*&A^ col. 1264. for o3JL a gnat, mosquito, 
Mar Aba II 343. 

y(i*A* for y>i**» Hiram King of Tyre, Jac. 
Edes. Hex. 21. 4. 

y^ Iliran, eighth bishop of Adiabcne, 
M.Z. 27 infra. 

JL;**» col. 1264. 1) a camp, sfiecpfold, 
l^ll 3m^f )LVI~ N.B. E-Syr. vowels, M.Z. 
175. 18. 2) Jlirta, capital of the Lakhmite 
Arabs SE. of the modern Meshed Ali, Hist. 
Mon. ii. 51 n., Pers. Mart. 863; Sassanidi 
9. 14, Cliast. 43. 6, 20. 

U1<Ua» m.pl. peopile of Hirta, Chast. 44. 
4, 16; JJuT***# Jab. 441. 12, 483, 11. 

juk*^» brass, Alexanderlied, ZDMG. lx. 
180. 86. 

^ col. 1265. to scratch, rub. Act. part. 
^j-i : o^-a ~Li he scratches his ear with 
a stick, Kal-w-Dim., Bick. 5. 9 ; o^^u^X 



rd&O^i 



126 



Klxi*icun rdrAjj 



|od^2> the ass rubs himself among briars. 
N. Hist. vii. 4. 3 ; Lexx. under )t^ tt\o 
col. 3641. Ethpe. y£~Jl} to be rubbed, 
^iiLk^? \LLL <& ^ff Jjx^j N. Hist, 
viii. 3. 3. Pa. y&L to rub off. Metaph. to 
re-open a question, — **1 )♦*•? uo»^ o m^ci n>j 
l^fc^W Sev. Lett. 156. 15. 

\doAJL m. mange, itch, lly lands MS. 44 
fol. 3 b. 

\£L~ add: £1/07*05, itching, Hippoc. iii. 30, 
vi 9 ; jan- *-^X*> ZDMG. xxxix. 241. \&L» 
fildf K*^ s/ow; friction in the air, N. Hist 
v. i. 3 on the formation of hail. L. 3 of par. 
dele " forte sit " after the ref. to Geop. and 
add : Urtica, the nettle, Ar. PflnN. 162. 

[aZ col. 1265 i. q. \£u> col. 1 32 1. The 
palate. Gen. com. ZDMG. xliv. 531 n. 1, e.g. 
\£2 is oftener m. but jt^^iN^^^o ~a*» Mar 
Kardagh ed. Abb 48, 3 = ed. Feige 37. 12. 
\AiL is usually f. in the pi. but ci»-w? t*ax~ 
o*^L{o Is. Ant, i- 54- 17. The throat, gullet, 
(fxipvy^ Hippoc. ii. 15, iii. 5, iv. 34, vii. 55 cf. 
ib. 16 n. 1. .oaa»» wJ*3 open-mouthed, gaping, 
Sev. Ant. Horn. 42. 11. Metaph. ot-a-*» 
JLcuJ^j the jaws of error, Mar Kardagh. 
75-9- 

piL» col. 1 265. Ethpa. yJiLU . Part. m. pi. 
)L £*&>»* vooa^^o men of superior knowledge, 
Georg. Arab. 9. 23. 

l^ooou* col. 1266. bono sensu, plan, device, 
ji^aacu* 0/ jUo»Q& joo» Jl Sev. Ant. Hymns 13. 

1 ^J1 to gird up : ^i^o "^a^oj oa*lda ^L 
ot«~*)^> c*a^», Jos. N arses 10 1. 13. 

^*» col. 1268. Ar. Jj>. to mine, dig a mine, 
)LoJ>oo "^X ^JI.? JbLi Josephus vi. 13. 7. 
Pa. %Xi Ar. Ji^ to penetrate; <vWr. 
woof JLo they made a way through the throng 
and surrounded him, Pal lad. 70. 7. Pal pel 
^*yL to bore through, excavate , ^X^mS 
^N~^L*>o \i^l mountains are hewn out 
and dug through by gold-diggers, Is. Ant. 
ii.82pen. Ethpalpal'^^wL/ to be loosened, 
unbound, > ^**^JliL **«? %*oi (a*a3 is it easier 
to dissolve a stone or to unbind a barren 
womb? G. Busame 7. 3 af. 



1-bLcw col. 1270. Add: JL**a*, 
JfOMK> boo. ^» w6o» ^j\gu* ^'aN , cu* hr 
beautiful eyes were cavernous from fast and 
vigil, Brit. Mus. Or. 3337. 17 r. 

JJq^w col. 1270. a banquet, JuLao ^cu^*# 
the Feast of Water, Coupes ii. 157. 12, 16, 
Jkl^D^o^ Feast 0/ the Dead, 11. 17, 21. 

)L\- col. 1 27 1. subst. a cavity, ventricle 
of the spider, N. Hist. vii. 3. 1, of molluscs 

jdj o»\»N,.» JJLo)L» ib. 2. 2 : JLX~ )L»«o vena 
... •# $ » • • 

cava of the heart, Med. 337. 2, 15. A ship, 
Kal-w-Dim. Bick. 112. 2. 

^^w A.M.B. iii. 603. 10 should probably 
Jbw a ravine, cleft. 

Jlbw or Jh£~ i. q. Jl^L* a cleft, mine o^L 
^.».X^~ *#o»oLcu*l Warda 52 r but Jl-^L- 
l^s^ji^ v>? concealed mines, Isoyahb ed. Duval, 
23. 2. 

IJqNSIL a plant with milky sap, Med. 568. 
23, perh. corrupt. 

JL2 col. 1272. 1) dust. 2) Trichoma, 
granulation of the eyelid, Med. 88. 21; JLm. 
)i.aIfcoL ib. 91 ter, 92 ter. 

)^,\~ pi. JL^ « scabbard, Is. Ant. ii. 
278 pen. 

JLl see JIJl* Hale. 

c^w col. 1273. to yield milk jJjjaoL [isu 
l^\\L ^^ N. Hist. vii. 2. 1 ; <*^a? Jl*ot 
,-^Nil Jfcili ib. ; 0^ lo^l? that she may 
allow herself to be milked, Protection 17. 3. 
Ethpe. *a^£*»L( to be milked, »aX*#L(? ooi 
C.B.M. 1008 a. 



, jlA^Jl pi. jIA^SJl kinds of milk 

N. Hist. vii. 2. 1, Med. 211. 17. Chem. 
quicksilver, Chimie 12. 6, 13. 7> 2 ^7* *' 
Jfc^oMf Yk^L id. ib. 15. 15. 

J jo** c^L* opopanax juice, Med. 49. 6, 
87. 11, 186. 11, 398. 8, 604. 11. Cf. Uo*;aI 
col. 1627 and J»o*I col. 1630. 

I^Lto^o \J±^J+ col. 1274. laser, juice of 
I Laserpitium, Med. 99. 8, 166. 4. 



jali* 



12' 



>Lj 



t^L*, \>k\Z col. 1274. 1) fat. pi. ^a^\£ 
unguents, )lotv>o|La ? ^^\f ^*ik2y» A.M. 13. 

iii. 378. 10. 2) membrane, add: Hippoc. 
v. 43, I^Io^^jL jl-.£J»f ©*©» U \ T » ^0 
peritonaeum, ib. vi. 55 ; JLLcL^of **<■>» eiVSy 
Med. 32. quater, \1JL) \^*f ib, I2 3- x 3» 
U,6^a )^\» ib. 234. 2, J^w in general, 
ib. 380. 22; J^ojui JL^No the pleura, ib. 223. 
2, 9, Jj^sj? ^oa>6jJ. )^\~ 1. 7, U^ 
UJlf o^ooj-l, ib. 191. 15, 281. 16; yO ooN ^ 
membranes of a bat, Anecd. Syr. iv. 69. 16 ; 
^«m of a cicada, N. Hist. 4. 2. 

JlLLA^qL* bristly, a hog's ear is Jucdo^L 
L 1 ,^aLoo and has upon it a l „* a. < 
L-l^XclL N. Hist. vii. 1. 4. 

^-nV* and fi-Ov* membranaceous, 
Lifcj»o I^SN^ Anecd. Syr. iv. 69. 6, 15 but 
Ifiiopo Uii^w Jsk^ Natur. 35. 15. 

)leT> n\I f. fatness, gr easiness, >ov> p 
-©•©fc^ Jlo ,i -iN-2 lo^fc^ Nat. Hist. 
vi - 3- 3. 

)t^.» 1 AN £ col. 1275. galbanum, add: 
Med. 105. 15, 147 bis and often. 

«^L» col. 1276. Metaph. o»»Vs£,r» w»S/» 
K^f \f those who burrow in holes = anchorites, 
K.O.C. xii. 324. 6 ; Jl^fco^ ^w burrowing 
into the future, Hist. Mon. i. 245. Pa. *£L 
to insert, fcwLLo JJ?J? J»6i-a> *£J» Med. 
108. 2. 

I^eu* col. 1276. pi. )J^.cu* a hole in the 
earth, ZDMG. xlix. 615 n. 1. 

<h \ i> a city near Babylon built by 
Nebuchadnezzar, Jab. 142. 12. 

yci N,L col. 1277. Holwdn i. q. «cl^cu» 
col. 1 2 21. Modern name of w»>w Syn. Or. 
673; 109, 164, 214, ZDMG. xliii. 403. 6, 
405. 1, Journ. Sac. Lit. new series viii. 16. 

UoJ^L* cob 1277. 1. 3 correct ref. An. Syr. 
2oi. 25. L. 6 JjoJi^**? ^**t \jo^jc( columnne 
cochlides, cf. Fr. escaliers en limacon ; spiral 
columns i. e. those of Trajan and Antoninus, 
Zach. Rhetor's description of Rome, ed. Guidi 
2 2o n. 2, 222. 13. 

u^S.,1 col. 1277. llalah, pointed w> S *> 
2 Reg. xvii. 6 &c. Lee and Mausil. L. 6 of 
Par. add: Syn. Or. 619 n. 5. 



w \i*\i» Halhalah, a monastery, Chast. 2. 18, 
51. 10. 

^^L* col. 1277. 8 of par. To unite the 
Two Natures, Ephr. ed. Lamy ii. 607 11. and 
often. To infuse,, w©»aL* ^ £*^~ ^« 609. 3- 
Pass. part. )^*^w opp. )l..I^-, monks living 
in community, R.O.C. vii. 115. 1. Fern. 
}ls£+\+> col. 1280. a mixture 1 a drink like 
barley-water made of wheaten flour, Med. 
286. 5. PI. )^I\^> miscellanies, BH. on 
Prov. 25. 1. 

)^lcu* col. 1279. IfN,.^,^ $^ Q ~ cow- 
plicated or intricate discourse, Sev. Gr. under 
c^ja col. 3578. 

)l^cl*NL col. 1279, 11 of par. the gadfly, 
Dion. 59. 7. 

)L^,\*» col. 1280. mixing \^^ y* \ ** * j 
L^Jooto )Vw^o*?o Order of mixing and 
preparing Eucharistic bread, Takhsa 105. 1, 8. 

JfcL^w col. 1280. Ar. o^^JLd. asafoetida, 
i.e. gum of Ferula Persica, Laserpitium, Med. 
318. 20, 22, JfcL^^uaaJi |fcL».fr,N,L sweet 
laserpitium, ib. 143. 13. Written j^Lls^L 
ib. 172. 10, 562. 7, 566. 16. 

^^** Ethpalan ^-N Ll( denom. verb 
from |i^\o^. cc. o to hold intercourse, 
have dealings with, BHCaim. 114 pen. 

t*J^*~ col. 1280. Pa. *.\.L correct tlie 
word in brackets to [eAwrnw]. Ethpa. J^Llj* 
1. 2 of par. corr. to Icuimd/ BHGr. i. 
60. 13. Aph. mX./" metaph. ,/imK JL.^ 
speak siceetly, Ahikar «_*> 5. 

JJ^cu* cob 1280. must, Med. 59. 7, 295. 24, 
296. 12. 

Ia^mJso col. 1 281. sweet sleep: refs. JLoo^> 
}ft»y>.v jl^iAr Is. Ant. 298. 6; ^X~^-* 
«AJLDkli^f Pallad. 16. i8 = A.M.B. v. 
19. 1. 

I^Aa* name of a mountain, Chast. 30. 9. 

j^L» col. I 282. LXX avvf<pa)V7)(r(P, y9( jl±~ 
yi+&( lo^> Hex. Jes. vii. 2 Psch. *#oW. 
Pass. part. p ^u * : j^ - ^— JIliA native, 
unforged iron, Ephr. ed. Lamy iv. 505. 21, 
Ethpe. to grow stout, sturdy, yOo^A^Q 
y.^^fes^ap Natur 17. 3. 



rC.iJmijj 



128 



rc\ 



za** 



\1J±\2 i. q. )Jlvi\,£ of or belonging to 
dreams, JlaJ&^m* JjoJLm Dion. 141. 21. 

|l A 1 >^V* dreamily, u fictivement" Syn. 
Or. 180. 31. 

|!i^S:2 col. 1284. m. pi. Phantasiasts, 
followers of Julian of Halicarnassus, C.B.M. 
929 6. 

J&aaJ^L* col. 1284. f. anchusa, alkanet, 
Cliimie 2. 9. 

)l^i sftV^^> col. 1284. Ofpaneia, treatment, 
regimen, Hippoc. 1. 6. 

Jiaa^Jll^ji 1 ) convalescent, But. Sap. Isag. 
2. 4. 2) made known in a dream, there are 
three orders of revelation, U^^too U*^9&O0 
}i^v^ >q G. Busame 2. 9. 

...\y*N.- gc. JQm.v) )jcu# Jl~ brine, white 
vinegar filtered, Chimie 4. 1, 22. 21, 44. 12. 

\i^L+ pi. some kind of stone, Pcrs. ^-^/-»- 

o - o 

Possibly ^j> or tub,* copper, (lest. Alex. 9. 6 
and note; ZDMG. xlv. 314. 3 af. 

&^L*. Jkl9CL^* col. 1288. a blade, knife] 
refs. Kal-w-Dim. Bick. 10. 7, f., pl.)fcsl9oX~ 
C.B.M. 993 b. 

) ]^,q*rN. nr Ar. li-Jii* m. deputy, lieutenant, 
Dion. 208. 9. 

&^L* col. 1289. Add: o^a^M.2> fJL+* &( 
^i~ ^xiAitt ylaa^j^f for we are appointed 
to the succession of the Empire, Jul. 16; 14. 

\&\Z upupa, the hoopoe, Anecd. Syr. iv. 59. 

[a^Ll col. 1289. Corr. Salix Aegyptiaca, 
the Egyptian willow, Med. 579. 5, 584. 15, 
BB. under uoaj^ col. 2597. 

t^lftN^a.vt col. 1 290. With V indiscrimin- 
ately, ^*Udclxu JJ k.A3o/ Sev. Lett. 86. 21, 
Joe* |u^» fc^JLXa lUoo/ ^ja^^i^ JJ ib. 

195- 3- 

)i<^V^Inq col. 1290. transforming, trans- 
muting, Med. 346. 1. 

\&>l„ ctm^ ml. t 2qo. change. Add: &^**cl* 
)&j±*t delirium from fever, &c, Med. 227. 3. 
Conversion, Ephr.iii.334 «; apostasy laN^cui, 
jia^cx^D? ^h ^*? Pliet - 3 2 - 9; )&£~e£* 
JL»j a^rtXo^i'a, altercation, Is. Nin. Chabot. 



14. 6. Col. 1 291. 17. Bit. a variable part; 
also a hymn in which the tone cluing es, Brev. 
Chald. 1. 82. 12, 96. 8, 97. 1, 98 pen., 
107 pen., 298 bis ff. Jl.0 A\-cu>,, Ephr. ed. 
Lamy ii. 429; tft^^QA, Nars. ed. Ming. ii. 
134. 10. Logic, one of the things which can 
be predicated, accident 1 Cat. Arist. Jac. 
Edes. 24. 6, 12. 

Y^w. )-a\^ col. 1293. a small bladder or 
skin, add i Lexx. under ln>a+ col. 1607. 

JIo-^od col. 1293. spoliation, Sev. Lett. 
J 35> Jk^J'oD lo.\j>»v> sacrilege, ib. 28, 1. 

.a^.m name of a mountain in N. Syria, 
C.B.M. 7566. 

uaXL col. 1 294. Ethp. ^\>4( to be destined, 
fated, \i\ e*o ^jjo k.,n\,ol/ Poet. Syr. 109. 6. 

>q\- Ar. (j-L*. a large ring on a door, 
through which bolts pass, BB. under Jfcs-oJjDf 
col. 1 147. 

JfcLfc^I. see JkL^.!^J.. 

yiL. jl^ocu* perh. HOin a wall, enclosure, 
D. S. Mai g. : jooaj pom pasture, Hoffni. ; o»a^*» 
J^#JL#? jboo«o 2/a£v/ sAk£ /mV/i up in the pigsty, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 230. 23. 

lLaa.».,v;Jl col. 1298. Vs\ '*' V) L )t Q v 
calefacient drugs, Philox. ed. Budge 21; 
abbrev. 5^ BH. de PI. o*. 5. 6. and passim. 

Vy.sa.- col. 1298. amomum, i.q. »ojsoclW 
Merx ap. ZDMG. xxxix. 251, Lag. Agathang. 
154, cf. Mitth. ii. 356; Med. 49. 8, 51. 6. 

}.yi*» v> col. 1300. a caldron, ref. Act. 
Mart. iii. 264. 

\ ■ vy - r ^ col. 1300. burning, glowing, 
BIIGr. i. 37. 15, pi. = j3^o Is. Nin. B. 

187.7. 

k^-^~ and l^al. col. 1303. a hard sore, 
Hippoc. iii. 19, vi. 1, 32, Med. 77. 21, J^si-* 
^»;**9 Vj ib. 127. 4, Galen. 304, Jos. Styl. 
21. 12. 

1 1 ^ v> T> and jo^sa.** col 1303. Dele 

propugnacidum murorum. It is Talm. (IDOIH 

saltpetre, Eraenk. ZDMG. Iii. 296, cf. xlvi. 
743- 



1: 



HfX$» 



129 



rcS-»cv*» 



^oa** col. 1303. to collect, pile up close. 
L. 15 of par. k-\?fr»»o 1^3 — ^cujv Sheol 
gaped wide and piled up, Act. Mart. i. 13 
tf. om»o v^ \ yoo^o ° <Ql <5^ '^w^fiu* a city 
overthrown by earthquake heaped up all her 
inhabitants within her, Jos. Styl. 28. 19. 
To draw close together, to contract, Jk^aooo 
)im, ^Jca\ <*X ^oiv^f Med. 293. 20 f. ; 
^oi^oiicL^ )1 v> L 9 I&^jL a strap to bind his 
knees together, Hist. Mod. i. 218. 21. To be 
inclose formation, form close, otitis (Oom^ 
qN vi M o Josephus vi. 5 ; fcwt*»L ©ulAj ^v>~ 
W-^cl^? o» 1 of he p?*essed right under the 
saint's beard, Chron. Min. 80 ult. = Jo. Tell. 
65. 8. To rush at, yO 0^.1^0 *^ ^jsL. 
«o»aA*ooj> Pallad. 230. 11, o^.^. ^jcl^ 
fek*3 4< il s'elance stir elle aVun bond,' 1 ' Chimie 
2 45 n. 1. Pass. part. ^jfiu«, JLjso~ some 
letters of the alphabet are ^«N»-\n— compact, 
squat, opp. ^.^fcoo Hist. B.V.M. 68. 22. 
Midden, yOo^ lL_*i^*f jlcu~jj{f the mystic 
signification in signing the Cross over the 
elements, Bar Sal. in Lit. 12. 10, ^JLi'oJl. 
^loo** loyciAo?, ib. 13. 27. Wrapped up, 
«^ J^NaSkw KoXfonrepa, sJieath- winged, Natur 
44- 14. Ethpe. ^uicu^i/ 2) to limit, restrict, 
^^ L^llo Jfcu-.jaD >m9ioil Dion. Ined. 477. 13. 
"a. ^ vi . m to draw close, draw up, jluJ 
x»-vi ^.y> woiaX^^ — »<*-•«.£? Manicheisme 
1 1 1 . 6 ; the bear o*asJ JLyxwoe o»v,o,T ci^> 
squats close in his den, Natur. 8. 3. Aph. 
^a3u»( add part, with suff. pron. o^£^«*4j 
tliat which he has amassed, his store, BH. 
Stories 18. 71. 

JAgi^ocu* col. 1305. compression of air in 
the ear, N. Hist. vii. 1. 2; see jl^o-N^ in 
Suppl. 

)ksX^9*# col. 1305. Hoffmann thinks this 
word North- Aramaic and Edessene while 
*-W, )ts \.« \p( , )l^.\.A..\g are Babylonian 
Vernacular, Pers. Mart. n. 206, Ar. Fremdw. 
93- Vullers thinks Pers. ^JUj may be the 
original, ZDMG. 1. 630. For western forms, 
Ka Hrfr<*>Tr) } Span, camelote, Engl, camlet see 
i*ane, Dozy, and Vullers. Fringed rugs or 
Material with soft, long hair, Hist. Mon. i, 
J 35« 1, ii. 280 11. 3. 

2710 



|flrv.va«+ perh. ginger, a-m \n\Si~ Chimie 
25. 18, 20. 

^j*i~ Aph. ^^Ql*»( col. 1306. to leaven. 
Metaph. )i^»^j^ jlqjj^ .<h^> ^j( **Ja~( 
Bar Sal. in Lit. 27. 10. 

JbL^cLaa-** col. 1306. Add the vowel 
P'thakha to *• . Lapathum, sorrel, pi. ] ^ c\>cw 
Med. 175. 7, 231. 4, 388. 11, 390 pen. 

|^nt>.«I col. 1306. pomegranate seed, JL& 
K>Na*» Med. 211. 14, 110m. unitatis \JL't r ) v* 
It^v.Kk^f ib. 566. 9, 569. 11. 

JfcLjs.ciV*\ m,^? f. the cooling of glass &c. 
Chimie 101. 1. 

.acL. col. 1306. Act. pnrt. JfcJ^osJuao J-aoif 
a disease which turns food sour in the stomach, 
Med. 304. 22. Ethpa. ■ vu»l( to become acid 
1^4?*^!? o^>r -£Lir U*+l N. Hist. iv. in. 

Lo>r>L col. 1307. acid, coojj*© icoo** acid 
and sour food, Med. 278. 5 and often ; )kHra^ 
JL.clxim acid eructations, ib. 44. 22 5 o£vpry/u'r/, 
Hippoc. vi. 1. 32. Bitter, briuy, springs of 
LoaaJL )uli N. Hist, ii. v. 4. 

; m l£t denom. verb Pael oonj. from )lmL. 
to ferment, )k~Xaj*Jc*> o»^> ILaaJI? (uao,-^. 
Hochfeld Fabel 46. But the Brit. Mus. copy 
has jts flxi *f. Ethpa. ; v> I>i( to become red, 
litharge and sand are to be left to cool in 
a slow furnace ~».vwtsj£> «^L Chimie 100. 9. 

jta&L pi. )J*aa.~ wines, BHGr. i. 30. 4 
and trs. from Ut^I* on col. 1309 deleting the 
singular. Add : U~ JtaaJL pure wine, Hippoc. 
vi. 30, Med. 430. 6 ; JtaaJlt ILL vinegar made 
from wine, ib. 583. 3. 

]Ucl- col. 1309. com. gen. ass but ]L'«ja~ 
a she-ass, Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 52. 18, [^\L 
JL'«-aL*f ass s milk, Med. 561. 2, 563 ult. 
but J£a&**f [^%\L ib. 89. 3, 98. 15. L. 5 of 
par. forms of pi., see BHGr. i. 28. 3, Duval, 
Gram. 62 quoting Ephrem's Comment, on 
Gen. xxxvi. 24. 

i-»cu* Ar. ^.»^JI bitumen, Jew's pitch, 
DBB. 881. 3 under J^aos and col. 1799. 

Jws©cu~ i. q. )t,Nfr.I» wine, jLao«-9 o-»oi 

Cyrillona in John xv. 581. 1. 

s 



K^JSHClJ 



Jiaocu* col. 1310. Add: )Uqj^^ BHGr. 
i. 22. 10; J^;ifco£? JL^icL*. the wheel or 
roller of a battering ram, Gest. Alex. 101. 1 1 ; 
Jlioocu* a stone or rov) of stones of a column, 
A.M.B. iv. 624. 15, pi. ^*^3do** 1. 10, 625. 15. 
PL J*jjocl_*» glass beads or similar round 
objects, Chimie 99. 13, 14, 101.5; Jfcs„.£»cu*1.6. 
Amulets, ^j}*^ JjffoJ^ ^>om9 .7 Jfc^sjsocu* 
^»o»^, ib. 8. 6. l^>v jjicu* perb. heartburn, 

Med. 566. 7, cf. A"r. Jl+J*. )Uq.x^ night- 
shade (Budge) ib. 397. 11; J^j^cu* millipeds, 
wood-lice, ib. 197. 8 ; links of a chain, 
Phet. 11. 

)»»- v i«» col. 13 1 2. jU^x-i JJLi yeast and 
water, Med. 566. 6, j£iLa>? )i ^- barley 
yeast, ib. 568. 5. L. 7 of par. Put. leaven, 
i.e. a portion of dough reserved from the 
special baking for the Eucharist, Takhsa 
105 ter, 106: cf. V-o V ^ Tim Eucharist 
bread, reserved, ^»«.^>o ^\ja» )^ja** W 
)lajo> JLau/ ^^» Jac. Edes. Can. 2. 8, 
8. 25. 

JLWjbo-*^ f. a furnace for glass, Chimie 
99- 3- 

fcoo** to be angry, impers. with X and 
pers. pron. ^ Lfcoa-i, trs. three examples 
placed under Pael on col. 1299. Act. pait. 
^iw Jfcoo-i thou art angry, Philox. ed. Guidi 
472 a 16; pass. part, ^k )k.«vn>» ^ame, Ephr. 
ed. Lamy iii. 485, 575, cf. col. 1299. Add: 
.00^ too* jl^&M Theod. in John v. 15. 
Aph. fes vt»( to arouse wrath, excite fury, 
U^fio okift-/ JU^. "^k^ Dion. 56. 10. 

Jio„>fcoa2 f. ferocity, Anecd. Syr. iv. 35. 12. 

JUkoa-i col. 1300. Add: JbLjfcia&<i JfcCL» 
the irascible part of the nature, Patr. Or. iii. 
i. 106. 11. 

)uu# col. 131 7. 5. to suit the aim, to meet 
the need with ^, the pool of Siloam o»b*i~ Jl 
k*aa> j^.-*^>v Ephr. ed. Lamy i. 105. 15. 
Act. part. m.pl. ^*U±^ Jk-^soJ W^*> they 
aim at highly coloured speech, Is. Ant. ii. 
206. 2. Add : to conjecture, Jac. Edes. on 
J. Styl. 586. 1 1 af. to infer, conclude, JJi ^sa 
j kwO*» Med. 132. 12 ; from certain symptoms 
^Lju», ib. 270. 13. 



1 30 r^CUv 

jLtL col. r 3 1 7. 5 af. the bosom, lap. Probably 



Heb. }3rn, Arab. 



er 



the bosom, Hoffin. 



ZDMG. xxxii. 753. Cf. Lag. Mitth. ii. 361 ff. 

\±L Ar. Ll» henna, Med. 553. 13, 557- 
12 &c, 583. 5. 

jkL* unripe dates, DBB. 1334 under Unn»nn : 
cf. Ar. PflnN. 120. I.q. Jj%» col. 1167. 

fcwU±<l with careful aim, Sev. Ant. Horn. 
25. 10. 

JLa-ax-l f. tavern-keeping, BHGr. 24. 21. 

I^XzkiL Hanbalite i. e. a follower of the 
fourth orthodox school of Islam, named after 
Ibn Hanbal of Baghdad, A. d. 780-855, 
BHChr. Eccl. ii. 263 and note. 

<^** col. 1319. to sigh for, long for. Part. 
i^.1m with active meaning JLcao c**^-^ <^±** 
soft treatment of the body makes death long 
for it, Is. Nin. B. 285. 9. But cf. <^*i~ same 
col. infra. Aph. i^**]* add : ^S! * ? i^~ ^ 
a cock partridge chirps plaintively in wooing, 
N. Hist. vii. 4. 4 : cf. »&a,L o» y^\ ^.i.^1 

Hunt. clxx. 

ui«* Hani, a large village in Tur Abdin 
50 kil. north of Amid, Dion. 103. 10, 142. 17. 

JfcLi-L col. 1 32 1. Add: Ar. ajLJJ, XvmOa 
(Theophylact) XafxatOd (Theophanes), Hnaitha, 
a city and diocese on the Upper Zab, Hist. 
Mon. i. I08. 1, ii. 239 n., Pers. Mart. 216- 
222, Badger Nest. 1. 174, Syn. Or. 672: 
608 n. 3, 619. 6, Jab. 162. t and n., Or. Xt. 
ii. 310. 1, 311 n. 1, Chast. 45, 69. 

«m 1 ■» col. 1322. Now called Bavian, 
25 miles N. of Mosul. See Layard's Nineveh 
and Babylon 208 ff. 

)>a.i^ col. 1322. heathen, pagan. &ju« 
denom. verb Peal conj. to turn pttgan, Ward a 
166 r. Aph. »&L*( 1) to apostatize. 2) to 
cause to apostatize )k~*lo ir\£ ]o-»> ^oaJ&'f 
o&jL*(? )>v\Nft\ f devils danced in the congrega- 
tions of the heathen whom they had made 
impious, Jac. Sar. Horn. iii. 801. 18. 

KcuuL col. 1324. a sucking-pig, add ref. 
BH. in Prov. xxx. 26: J^tJClL i.q. JlAco-L f. 
Brit. Mus. Or. 2084 55 r. 



re^icu* 131 

Ufa** a pigling, sucking-pig, )-»>cu*? j«.ai^ 
)<ujl»? Chron. Min. 378. 25, the passage is 
quoted Or. Xt. i. 96. 19: cf. ZDMG. lx. 
678 in loc. 

Jlf-i** col. 1324. place-name, AnasartJui, 
Sev. Lett. 101. 15. Cf. Mansi vi, 1090. 

ILocvi >L pi. luAoJLl col. 1324. 3 of par. 
angina, Kvvayxn, sore throat, quinsy, Hippoc. 
Hi. 11, 19. 21, v. 9, vi. 36, vii. 45; \-oS-LL 
R'^5^ U~ Med. 123. 8, 153 ult., 154 ter. 5 
155. io&c. F.empli. i+£& %&cjJL strangler 
of children, name of a demon, JAOS. x. 289. 4, 
Protection 34. 15 &c. 

[mi, fe rr\\f udcuL-* Hangman of robbers, 
nickname of Cometes, Jo. Tell. 48. 5. Perh. 
correct l^cou^. aaj.^ 1 

IJLocul^ add : nvitj, choking, suffocation, 
Hippoc. iv. 34, vii. 55, Med. 50. 2. 

i&J*. col. 1324. Add: narrow neck of a 
Vessel, Cliimie 50. 15. o*.£&j aL* suicide by 
hanging, Med. 78. 6. 

[.n\.L col. 1328. lettuce. E.-Syr. points 
)iz>'*f Jkflai Op. Nest. T33- 20 gloss to J*£ao, 
Exod. 12. 8; l*x~ Med. 58, 3, 98. 11, 574. 3, 
1-kL s^h ib. 358. 13. 

) r ~* * col. 1329. 1) disgrace, dishonour, 
pi. )Jim« Ephr. ed. Lamy ii 221. 

ixooLiaaL col. 1330. Add: x«"fyos, Hippoc. 
vi. 19; l^Xij Uo«»ffl*« vTwxovhinov, ib. v. 60, 
vi - 39; pl- l^DO-ifiaJl Med. 178. 13, 217. 7. 

U^»flQ«» a mistake for **^»f> Nisibis, )3^-#«u> 



^-m„ J^ol^»f C.B.M. nob b; Vit. Malcli. 
Van den Ven. 104, Kugener in loc. gives 

Nio-ilBevia, Or. Xt. ii. 203. 

^*» Ethpe. ^m*#l/ col. 1 331. to be spared, 
Reserved from, 1 ^m**l^.v> Coupes iii. 109. 17, 
l^L*9 <x»a~U© dAoui/ the simple were 
saved from error and enlightened, Sev. Ant. 
Vit 279. 8; Ji^.o ^o ^u/>nru»top we (the 
brethren of Joseph) shall be saved from killing 
him, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 289. 

Hotto* col. 1 33 1. abstinence, Is. Nin. B. 
2 5- 4 af. 

) Leu ilo aaw col . 1331. Add : parsimony, 
stinginess, Gcst. Alex. 38, 1. 



jLcu&£&«O0 1. abstention J'roni sending the 
usual Easter greeting, Sev. Lett. 68. 14. 

JLox-£ perh. for sake of metre = ]Loa.*» 
abstinence, deprivation, Poet. Syr. 10 1. 13. 

jxm.j*. UfcoocLoall col. 1333 curious, ref. 
Arist. Apol. 9. 9, 

], xk » m i> enviable, distinguished, "/ 
)^-=>o*oj£i^> i^um^ uotQiO.\/ Josephus vi. 
10. 6. 

JL'a:sCL*m** f. enviableness, h^L&Z JLcLsa^m*. 
)ka^*^o the city ivas to be envied, Hist. Mon. 
i. 303. 2. 

fcw|c*L^-~ col. 1333. With V g liberally, 
unsparingly, Epiph. 9, 12. 

)j vimotoiD envious, subject to envy, jL'cu»f 
)l^«Jtv>m Lk-ap )i that brotherhood which is 
never attacked* by envy, Hist. Mon. i. 378. 17. 

» «*„.» ^ ^ v>il col. 1335. to hold fast. 
Add : vl& YL^h ^mLxs )i he never held to 
any possession, Pallad. 209. 16. 

L col. 1337. a fortress. ,-J? [ten** col. 



add : jta; 



; O 



Dion. 74. L. 



12 



*33 8 - * 

Hi~\ v [in%Z add : i. q. Mosul, Chast. 32. 13, 
Nars. ed. Ming. ii. 408. 10 and n., Mosul and 
its environs, ib. ii. 410, M. Z. n. 3, transl. 
87 and n. 1. But Hoffm. says it is a!*-* 
ly^M near Mosul, cf. Nbld. in Sassanidi 
22 n. 9. 

)J oim^ col. 1 338. pr. 11. Add, earlier sense, 
Jfa^j (jcuLfift** 11/ : Jku^.^ b-wj^L/ J) only 
a small fort, Chast. 32. 14. 

^rjwv^, col. 1338. misprinted • vwvkN 
and add refs. Jos. Styl. 10. 15, Jul. 23. 21, 
cf. ib. 37. 25. 

^.[i 1 ^^-^ p>atiently, Is. Nin. Chabot 
48. lxiv. 

llmioD col. 1338. genitalia, add: rjrpov, 
irtpLvtav, KTtis, Hippoc. ii. 35, iii. ter, iv. 80, 
vi. 44, vii. 36. 

JL'cuimLfcoo col. 1339. With V t unansioer- 
ablenesSy irrefutability, Jab. 260. 12. 

i cc\.+> col. 1339. 3) to suffer, )oo» «*»( 
otUlt )v**»f he said his conscience was hurt, 
Sev. Lett. 122. 12; w*o«j> Ul *jod^ Pallad. 
537. 11- 16. 

s 2 



CITfiOUJ 



132 



K^jr" 



Pers. 



fuller form 



oSr 



Khosran or Khosruwan, a noble of Edessa, 
Doc. Addai *»* 17 : see Moses of Chorene ii. 
237 &c. Marquart, Ost. Syr. Ziige. 296. 

Il^tti* mallow 1 Duval translates mauve*. 
synonym for U&soiof anchusa, Chimie 2. 12. 

\&*+ and «*&*• col. 1343. *o©m^L^. k&.~ 

the stork cowers over its young, Natur 36. 12. 
Pa. pass. part. \£^L( ^j» ^.9i Iv IJl oft . N 
a port crowded with ships, Natur 46. 1. 

lla-i sing, of uwiL^ col. 1 344. m. a mosquito, 
Dion. 59. 6. 

)Lcu2uo© col. 1344 ult. occupation, ^^Sfcoo 
jo.^ft^.vi.^ Jfo^oo t.^.vi »? )tcHQ-» S. Dan. 
57 6 6, Hist. Mon. i. 327. 4. 

XjL». Ethpa. ^.aJU/ Pass, sense to be 
desired, %oo»\ )^ft»too ]++> Jo> iA^iV one 
object was, Sev. Lett. 3 penult,, j^&*»koo? Jo*^ 
ib. 48. 2 ; GLfiu^ifot ^a© Loo* j^su*fcoo? Jot 
ib. 378. 4 ; f Jot h^Jh.^+U )?o*^^» ib. 
438. 3- 

)IV> ^ ,» ft.™ add: )ic ^ «9i »> -> ^ > ^N ft ^o » 
divided in sympathies, Sev. Lett. 229. 9. 

U^ft^v col. 1347. pi. U -^ ft l v? urgent 
messengers, Sev. Ant. Vit. 268. 8. 

jiojL^fft ^,y> 1. 4 of par. npoTponrj, add : 
Epiph. ed. Lag. 617, cf. Symna. 152. 7. 
Diligence, Dion. Ined. 479. 12; Jc^ )l^fj 
yCLoicufrft,».v>> Jul. 8. 10. 

^&«*. U&cu* col. 1347. Add: a measure, 
a handful, Med. 143. 14, ja&cu* ^144 ult. 
N.B. )>i»SS»o L»cfs?>.> ^*a&J? Uacu* ib. 163. 
22, sores; corr. U&cu. 

s*fl&Su* col. 1 347. pr.n. m. a noble of Edessa, 
add: Doc. Addai w-» 16. A martyr, deacon 
of Adiabene, A.M.B. iv. 133 ff., M.Z. 60. 84. 

t&A* col. 1348. jifceu* m. putting to shame, 
)»/ ^daL^o jLloi^^ Apis. olLd. 9. 

)l&2>, *a~ col. 1349. 8 a mine, >oa^^ao 
)yfr- b^*J>o/ Chimie 8. 1 ; ^e burrow of 
a mole, JiA-«o «AJkL© *+ S& (j^cw) Natur 
45. 6. 

• ok-fc-I col. 1349 often spelt yoK^** q.v. 
a bishopric on the left bank of the Great Zab 
and in the diocese of Arbela, Pers. Mart. 



2 33 *"•> Syn. Or. 608 11. 3 ; yO^Sb*? J*a^ 
Chast. 29. 10, 49. 7, 67. 20. 

JL, JJ1 col. 1350. 22 of par. the back, add : 
)l^.-v3>.^ --J constr. state. N. B. E.-Syr. 
points, BHGr. i. 53. 20. For iL-L a double- 
edged axe, )l^f 1U* A.M.B. v. 534. 19. 

\*L+JL col. 1350. a small axe, hatchet, 
Kal-w-Dim. ed. Pick. 41, 22, 106. 23. For 
deriv. see ZDMG. xlvi. 241, Fremdw. 86. 

J lH Hassa, a hamlet near Kerkuk, Pers. 
Mart. 48, 270; Mpn. Syr. ii. 66. 11, M.Z. 
199. 22. 

JL-i col. 1352. Delete and see JL.I and 
so correct Jo. Tell. 50. 5. 

JfcsJ.cw Arab, ^1^.** a stallion ; a thorough- 
bred horse, Hochf. Fabel. 39. 

&1* col. 1352. Pael &.L 1. 4 of par. 
correct ref. Ephr. iii. 328 B f , C. to .fi-oo is 
careful. So Can. Jac. Edes. 1. 12 should be 
***&*_• as in the variant. 

)J&«cu» 1) ungovernable, refractory, |^Sj 
Ud«o^ Warda 246 v marg. 2) from \&J+ 
testaceous, Natur 60 ult. 

\&jL col. 1353. 1) a shell, valve of a shell. 
Fern. Natur 61. 4, «-chclS&--m^ ^*o»^ **♦&* 

11. 6 and 8, ^£ajL~^ ^j[ JA.^? '• I2 ; 
)Joj£w? I&IZ sea-shells, Med. 93.8. 2 ) earthen- 
ware, J^'j**? 1*^1* potsherds, Jac. Sar. Horn, 
iii. 804. 18; )?^^ct^? )^T*f broken glass, 
Med. 570. 13. 2) bones of the skull, )&'l" 
%S±Z>-J>1, Med. 33. ter, Hjf Ji3^ ib. 48. bis, 
78. 19, 79. 5. 

JJLa^£, l^oi-^ crustaceans, chitinous, 
^Avt ^S-^* ouTpaKobepiwv, Natur 60. J 6 5 
J,i*^> kJHa-Z J. q. la_-l ]^aD9 thin- shelled, 
N. Hist, vii. 6, 5. Chem. JlSwoa.-* U*>t* 
tcadpfia uvrpaKiTts, argillaceous calamine or 
cadmium, Chimie 44. 17. 

)lL+ col. T354. a pebble, JT'-~ Prov. xx. 17 
Maus. and Urm., CLUi'o^mj fc*^*# wJ ^ •^ 
Ujo £ .|^i>JL=> BH. in loc. Add : k-j*j Jjj~ 
*a^i> i.e. worthless riches, G. Busamc 13 ^ 
5 af., cf. Num. xxiv, 1 3. 



. > If 



col. 



1— jj 

1354. Arab. 



133 



AA^AxrjTw 



J' 



i.ii , Mand. 



fcTftPn see Ar. PflnN. 9 note. The mid-riff 
oa^U? )o*\/ ]♦— %^flflu Schatzh. 18. n.g 
adding the word from Brit. Mus. Add. 25875. 

JlIIj^oo col. 1354. a tooth-pick, ref. BHEth. 
B. 125. 14, 160. 9. 

^£~ col. 1355. with ^jL to leap upon, 
I »■ \.9> ^s> f ^ woiq,\x £-*•*• Mart. Luc. 
166. 2 = K.O.C. iii. 166. 2. 

)'JL* col. 1355. vainglory y boasting, c*=l^ 
)IA~Z> Jux*,? Jul. 174. 1. 

iL col. 1355. 

JU, UlU col. 1356. Add: [Liz* *]f 
Ufj^o serene and open air, Is. Nin.B. 92.3 a! ; 
)->)u» Ua^cu tf/ie liberal arts, belles-lettres, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 9. 12. With JJ ignoble, mean, 
L»»U* JJ ^.^ ignoble rumours, Or. Xt. ii. 
302. 9. 

)fo^** col. 1358 infra. J^-^ojoo fo«-** 
orifice of hearing, which birds have though no 
outer ear, N. Hist. vii. 6. 6 ; J*a*u «>o^* <Ac 
nostrils, But. Sap. Econ. iii. 2 infra, BA. col. 
3559 under ^000x00.0; the opening in the 
nerves of the eye, the pupil Med. 69. 8, 70. 
8, 18, 71. 1, 6. Jf6***j> OK^tS ictao^ in a 
semi 'circular form, ib. 178. 14. 

lJ9;Jlko0 emancipated, pi. J^i>*~fcoo Syr, 
Rom. Rechtsb. 47. 10. 

Shabib 



U'o*** col. 1358 infra. )u»90»*» 
the Ilarurite, Brooke's Chron. 573. 15. 

jLcufp*** col. 1359. sect or party of the 
Ha.ruritcs, later called KItarijites, Dion. 47. 1, 
52. 6, Jicuj^ id. ib. 30. 13, see note p. 27. 

)i** col. 1359. to mute as birds, c. c. "^J^, 
«*o»cl^JS» Jui^l )l»cu Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 
77- 12. 

\1±Z col. 1359. dang, droppings, BH. 
ZDMG. xl. 442; |u^ fc**^ ib. )JaI «t** 
Med. 140. 11, 141. 7. VjJ> ~l~ iron slag, 
Chiinie 5. 21, Med. 104. 3. 

Ji* Ethpe. wi~l7*co]. 1360. 6. Add: »*i-*l7 
l^fcJ P*^ °*^«^»? a fishbone stuck in his 
throat, Anecd. Syr. iii. 48. 14. Part. JL*fco& 
contentious, contradictory, Pallad. 61. 1 ; fem. 
*&a^Ll «o^L 4#o»f U;~fco£> fD clamouring to 
take the first place, R.O.C. vii. 113. 18. 



Jio«_** col. 1360. laxlov, the hau?iches, 
Hippoc. iii. 22, vi. 44, 50, vii. 56, 57. oU» 
o»Lo»*» ^JS* squatting, Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 
26. 4, 12, the suggestion of ©»li*# n. ib. seems 
superfluous: JloL* o)la sciatica, Med. 50. 22, 
52. 8, Jlo^** ojlo ib. 60. 17. 

[ilJL col. 1 361. 14 of par. with Mf doubt- 
less, iJLs^o V Ephr. Jos. 316 ult. 

IIL^ " litigatores," BHChr. Eccl. 689. 6 
should be JU£L men of Harran. Cf. ib. 687. 
24 and Thes. col. 1376. 

Jk****» Dion. 89. 9 should be Jks-fU* f. 
a drain, gutter. See under tju* col. 1168. 

JL'culI^i^X) f. irritation, BHGr. i. 50. 21. 

UliJlkoS, JfcLaI«JLfco£ JLo t^> JJ La is 
a word expressing contradiction, Hebraica iv. 
169. 12; o» )K-^i^^*^o SJ JkU-i,-~? Jill 
^ot o\ V ^oot Jts9>'S^a,v> Jloj^nmao BH. on 
Luke 11. 34. 

o«*» col. 1362. 1) to decay, be sjioiled, 
^o^»* *3 ]'j\& rotten fruit, Ephr. Ref. i. 143. 
35 : cf. vulg. Arab. ^IjJ*. 2) to lay waste. 
Metaph. JfcCj^iL ^i^l spoilers of doctrine i.e. 
heretics, Pallad. 99. 15. 

|uld9cu* adj. desert, Uiitcu** J Lot L( Hist. 
Mon. i. 274. 2. 

IzoiL col. 1365. pi. 111. wild or bad grapes, 
add: Schatzh. 261. 5 Joo*** ^a& ©Jr^? I i ^- 
_aou* ib. 1. 6 ; Ephr. ed. Bick. 81 ult. 

|Uoc»*» col. 1365. destruction of the host 
of Sennacherib, Ephr. Syr. ii. 59 F. 

jLosiL col. 1365. decay, rottenness of hint, 
yOo»o^>j Jia^t**, Ephr. lief. 1. 143. 41. 

)^».*» name of a town on the Tigris, 
Cha&t. 5. 2. 

Uaitjcu* col. 1366. hellebore, Hippoc. iv. 
quater, vi. 1 ; Med. 104, 19, l^koo/ JiA^Jcu* 
ib. 49. 14, 50. 6, 309. 21, Jfcu* ixaifcu* ib. 
53- *5» 5 6 - *7> 3°9- 2I illlcl often. L. 5 of 
par. correct J^jLcJao for J&gl*.? and see col. 
1803. 

^^fco^^ col. 1366. Ar. J^U. CoJL 
Ilarbathgelal, E.-Syr. bishopric, probably on 
the Lower Zab, Pers. Mart. 261, S. Maris 44. 2 



ndlsix. r^aijj 



134 



^Tu 



and nn., Hist. Mon. i. 66. 17, A.M.B. ii. 2. 5. 
Written ^X^^ ZDMG. xliii. 394- 10, 
396. 10; Syn. Or. 33, 34, 43 and often. 

JisL*, hJ>£ Harbath Saphle, perh. in Beit 
Nuhadra, M. Z. 202. 10, 12. 

^J** col. 1366. to rub. Add: Med. 164 
his, j^=>{ t-^ o>s ^p*** ib. 170. 15, t^p*** 
Jk-oo*^ ib. 582. 13; U^Sculo ^p«-~ rub down 
with a file, ib. 264. 7. 

t^*;^», Js^»;** col. 1367. polished, )J©c*X/ 
t^»***o ^ai? Jac, Sar. Hom. iii. 796. 18. 
Metaph. Js^£~o )*^o? **s*a£ pleasing and 
polished manners. But. Sap. Econ. ii. 3 infr., 
Jfcl^*~ ()Lai*|) elaborate opp. J^. v^^ a,, ib. 
Theol. 6. 4 ; louLaoo/ w*o^ J^j*»j ^Jc*X 
UaLfcoi i+h*Z ^reunl» \Lx*o? the elaborate is 
often preferred because the craft of the 
yjorkman is therein better displayed, ib. 

Jla^j** col. 1367. Add: agility, Anecd. 
Syr. iv. 38. 12; elegance, A.M.B. iii. 123. 1. 

J?;-* a village near Mosul, M. £. 11. 2. 

^-*?;-~ Hardin in Mt. Lebanon, C. B.M. 
1 145 b. 

ll*> col. 1369. 10 of par. Correct ZDMG. 
not xxix. but xxiv. To pierce, transfix, \xsl*( 
)>o»<xu> yOli~j tOo»X Manicheisme 126. 6. 
TV £m£ m order, assign due place, o»J»^» 
)ts^-i-=» ]li.xo»aaa Warda 140 r. Pass. part. 
>*»«*», JjL*.** add: in due order, \L}£& **o^ 
Jjui** IbaocuA juaaaj S. Dan. 51 r 8. Etlipe. 
j£~M £0 &e strung as beads, «da:>cu» ^^^^ 
Ll«J^L( BHCarm. 138. 6; )*j6o» ilw » tf^ 
Jj«^fcvao But. Sap. Theol. 1. 1. 

)X~, Jjj-i col. 1369. an amulet, charm, 
JAOS. xv. 140. 9, ^r> ))'JL ^poo ^Ul 
he requires a charm Ivjo cubits long, Protection 

33- 3 af - 

JJi-** col. 1369. perforation, pricking by 
hairs inside the eyelids, Med. 93. 4. 

iLiJl col. 1370. to snarl. Used of a horse, 

r 9 t* •* r p' r r _ r „ 

Op. Nest. 113. 12 in Nahum iii. 2. Ethpa. 
JLJLli part. m.])l. ^»;-»****fcoo so correct for 
*— **»fcsJ» with^i to snarl, Dion. 205. 18. 



cu*u», Jia**^ are frequent printer's errors 
for JLqla-I;..^ contention e.g. Hormizd 1488 
where metre and vocalization show that 
&*J>JL is needed, not cu»»«». So ©ilcu-*;** m 
Is. Nin. Chub. 99. Syr. 7. 

^L* Ethpa. $£1/ col. 1 37 1. to be lacerated, 
^ILK& J«^^ uAaiaj^Q^ Poet. Syr. 58. 13. 
To be cut, gathered as ripe fruit ]%*+) ^*^;*»feoo 

^.sjwiJl Hunt. clxx. 

J^L* i. q. JjJ'cu* laceration, N. Hibt. iii. 1. 2. 

~L* col. 1372. JLaru j^ f. red-heat, Haa*;,** 
)>«jd? cal^l^-i* Chimie 99. 18, o» JLosl.*-* 
(o r i^» ib. 19. 

JialdjJLjtt f. sunburn, wcncu3i? Jlao^jso 
Is. Nin. Chab. 100. 9. 

jkD+L col. 1373. Parel conj. Duval Gram. 
§ 196, to fawn, wag the tail, add: Gest. 
Alex. 33. 7, Ined. Sach. 44. 8; JL'ju* *,^& U^o 
o^. a^^odo o»^o? Nars f ed. Ming. i. 100. 
Cf. NHeb. #313 to shake. 

luipjcu* metaph. pi. jl^ cu5.no kijiif k*j£fcu* 

£Ae seductions of a pampered body, Isoyahb 
91. 4. 

l^~J.i&;Jl col. j 375 ult. pitilessly, Hist. 
Mon. i. 180. 1. 

p£-*», Uo^ a village in Adiabene, coll. 

1375- 3> J 37 6 - ,8 - Add: M - Z - x 9°' 5» 
203. 17. 

|u*j»9cu* col. 1376. service berry, ref. J>J^> 
|L«J6iia^o l^so *-^p story of Balaam ap. 
G. Busame 13. 2. 

\litL col r 1376. pi. U^ ISabaeans, Dion. 
174. 2; Chron. Min. 356. 16; JJj*-L IU> 
Jac. Sar. Hom. iii. 203. 3. 

UfaM see under Kai~. 

1*>+Z col. 1377. the mange, refs. Ud*~ T*^ 
Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 52. 4; Med. 48. 21, ^*4> 
U>;J1 (sic) )lofco£>? ib. 582. 15. 

)L°o,09p4J* col. 1377. Add: roughness or 
granulation of the eyelids, Med. 78. 17; 
hoarseness, )i»^^? JLo.flDO*~ ib. 184. 17. 

^1**. Jl^Lo«J» col. 1 37^- an insect, JL*-»» 
Uxi-o ~J— t/ i.VoiL? M.Z. 49. 57. 



rc4\c\-^»a'u> 



135 



r£x.jj 



JLaJ^oJ!* f. yellowness, N. Hist. iii. 5. 

J^kiJ* col. 1378. 3) Carthamus tinctorhis, 
ref. Chimie 11. 21, Jl^*~? [^x* " eau de 
saffron'' an infusion of the above, ih. 14. 12, 
49- 7 ; J^^~ f^oi 1. 21. 

<3i**. A ph. &t»i"to sharpen, add ref. |3Jo 
U~*i |iy e>^ , U^o? But. Sap. Eth. 
iv. 2 infra. 

<&*&H, la* ill col. 1380. 3 of par. Correct 
l*^ claws. L. 19 add: (A*iL )o)b acwte 
illnesses, opp. J**^ Med. 46. 15 bis, Hippoc. 
1 quater; BHChr. Eccl. § ii. 427. 9 af. 
Strong-flavoured, \&+u* Jl^i Med. 560. n, 
561. 6. 

J^*)&u;JL col. 13O1. shrilly, loudly, . . . ))o*o 
&»«&»iil ^*j^b Cyrillona 570. 5. 

JteL&.*iJL col. 1 38 1. shrillness. Add : 
Ufli? Jiaa-»i*»? Jlo snorting of steeds, Sev. Ant. 
Hynms 153, 157 and note. Cf. Hex. Jer. 
viii. 16. 

yj&JL a garden herb, j^dwno -j^^** Med. 

575.ii. 

J^ckii col. 1382. f. abeetle; pi. Jfc^*.cki£ 
Med. 578. 22. 

Uj^S^** m. pi. Herpathanaye, sons of Shelah 
of the family of Aram, Chron. Min. 356. 22. 

*♦*• Ar. Joj^ to be eager, yfcC^fcC^ A^+ 
Poet. Syr. 98/6. 

U%9cu* Ornithogalum, Star of Bethlehem, 
Med. 562. 17. I.q. Jjj;I col. 1382. Add 
*ef. Jac. Edes. Nold. F. S. i. 575. 

J&aTii col. 1382. afc^. Add: Brief Xti . 
102. 3. 

tPi** col. 1382. to gnash, grind the teeth, 
°f lions Ji^s^i JfcoooO^ \^j »**oi^ Pallad. 
2 5o. 7. 

)Lo^ m.pl. bands or stripes of colour, 
Chimie 8. 16. 

«ftL~ col. 1385. to be silent. Metaph. 
**L*f J^c^ « silent pit, Isaiah xvii. 9 i.e. 
Waterless so that it returns no sound when 
a pebble is thrown down, BH. in loc. The 
Heb. has Bnhn TVftV. To be hoarse, husky, }1a^ 
+>JL$ Med. 565. 6. Pa. *,£L £0 make hoarse, 



^ILI(. Add: 3) to ta slain, JiW* *«-*/' 
a*,iJlL/ Ephr. ed. Bick. lxxii. 28 cf. v. 28. 

^a,9cl«* col. 1386. Add: hoarseness, Hippoc. 
ii. 40, iii. ter. 

Uoil col. 1386. hoarse, ref. JLa^ *JLL? 
A,OiH? Med. 182. 16. 

J1cl*,o^ col. 1386. BHGr. i. 195. 10 and 
jlo^i** 1. 6 are mistakes for Jj^oi-i the 
throat. Hoarseness, huskiness, Med. 183. 11, 
186 bis, 238. 17, 239. 1, 246. ult. 

ILo Iclh,J1 Med. 50. 2 should be Iqao^L. 

k**,il#, Jfcs*jl£JL magical, Test. Dni 124. 4. 

VlLJL, JfcloiiL (Jll) prob. i. q. J^^*. jLi'H 
oKwOos, Lah grossus, small winter figs which 
do not ripen, Med. 576. 17, 582. 1 2. 

li-~ col. 1388. to plough up, divide, ref. 
U^i^o U'ioli <ioli~* ^Ji*©/ >xi/ Ephr. 
ed. Lamy ii. 275 pen. on Hab. iii. 9. Ethpa. 
IZLU Dion. 165. 16 should probably be 
corrected li**]^!*,/ to remain over, ^-^ 
Jk~>J^ i ;-**!( there hardly remained enough 
for the poll-tax. 

Jli~ (> j*^) ejjlAl a mountain in the 
Gaulonitis, ZDMG. xxix. 430, Doc. Mon. 
213. 19. 

jl** Ar. ^^^ ta 66 conscious of, recognize, 
^irfcLflojo iaL Ae came to his senses, recovered 
consciousness, A. M. B. v. 21. 10, var **^j/. 

nmJL col. 1389. *o suffer. Add: with )1^~ 
to suffer destruction, perish, ]L^JL **JL&t/ 
ILL* «aa*o )Lqjo*o? tf/w successioi% of priests was 
brought low and perished in the days of 
Aristobulus and Hyrcanus, marg. K\£ > ©» 
)iajo^, G. Busame 7. 10. Aph. +2}* col. 
1390. to pound, work a mixture to the 
consistency of dough, Chimie 45. 14. 

am* Anecd. Syr. iii. 49. 21 should probably 
be ©££ Joot ****** he had suffered. 

\1L col. 1 39 1 infra, J*s^ \1L chronic 
diseases. j&»»I» [JiL acute diseases, Med. 46 
and passim ; Archilogenes' book jujJl ^Jk? 
J**s^, ib. 31. 9; 52. 23. Examples of \JiL 
)l*^ are Uiioj?© )kl^aai?o Ui*? dementia, 
epilepsy and vertigo, ib. 46; Jl&^oaj&f JUL 
the falling sickness i.e. epilepsy, Med. 4. j, 



Aun£x.ciXA* 



130 



tjj 



52 ult. and often ; [,...q^ ^2l^^as/ IjL* tu 
(7rtX^7TT4/i«, Hippoc. v. 6. With preps. [m^=> 
passionately, eagerly, Pallad. 343. 15; \mL JJf 
unfeeling, unsympathizing, A.M.B. v. 546. 

fc^jLiciw col. 1392. Add: sympathetically, 
Sev. Lett. 363. 10. 

JlajwOA-L col. 1392. )Lc&jtQ*i» ^L sympathy f 
Med. 18. 21, 44 ult. and 45. 1, 46. 10, 11 
opp. Ro^cla^ lal^Lt affection of any part of 
the body, 11. 11, 14; ib. 31. 7, 8, 34. 14; 
JLciJkCLJuL Jl freedom from the jiassions , Pallad. 
102. 3 af., 129. 8 and often. 

]L_ f [I_.^r. col. 1393. Add: sympatfietically, 
Sev. Lett. 95. 6, with Jf dir«^r, ib. 186. 2. 

]La**.*Jl col. 1393. compunction, a monastic 
virtue, Sev. Ant. Vit, 109. 12. 

Ufc^AA^L patient, pi. Anecd. Syr. iv. 81. 14 
opp. U&Lcl^a. turbulent. 

)L'cui*L f. */ie passions, Jl 
Sev. Lett. 208. 3. 



^£ ^D J^O? 



\]£aZ col. 1393. s«ra«*. Add: JI^aI? ai. Jl 



yO N -\ Q J 



.^J^o»* the Jews were 



$of 



no 



Pa. 



J Dion. 
JJ thought- 



unwilling to admit the meaning of their actions, 
Bar Penk. 54. 10. Or they felt no compunction 
for the Crucifixion : cf. )1cl*,uiJ1. 

cJL* Pass. part. col. 1394. 
account, Kal-w-Dim. 342. 18. 
c. c. ace. to reckon with .yQ.J( 
146. 13. 

JAIcl* col. 1395. Add : J&Li 
lessness, Pallad. 280. 6. 

JjJla,cu* account. Metaph. Jb;*, yi^. )l 
Jll^j^ou* o^ Jo©* k^+£p'fotf he took no count of 
the other heresies, Pallad. 68. 6. jo^p ^*gu 
diagnosis, JAOS. xv. 138. 1. 

jufc^CLftJl col. 1397. Add: mental, )Jijica 
1 Ift -jy IlUI^SglaL mental sicknesses such as 
j^o^oV^ amazement and )iV.\na> senselessness, 
But. Sap. Eth. iv. 4- 

)) V^.^^ f. reputation, JLcl^a-m^ ^is^-ao 
persons of consideration, Sev. Ant. Vit. 231. 6. 

JU. J*s~i- col. 1400. PI. JfciJLL. 
2) uses. I. q. Gr. xPV a€tS and Xf '£ et *> Op. Nest. 
xiii. and 120, 3, M5 lllt - u **> waning, 
locution, Nest. Herac. 4 4* 5» P 1 - ^^ ib. ult. 



K*U^^JL# Karaxf)T)(TTiKu)S, misapplied, U^o 
^^oil^ob V.*)^]^****** *ojo* £/io«6 so-called 
lords, Jac. Edes. in Ps. ex. 1, ZDMG. xxxii. 
4?7 ; ib - 479- i- 

Jm col. 1 40 1. Metaph. ^.ap tsfl*>» [JL&j> 
Ua,»cl9 £/^ sow/ lost her powers of discrimina- 
tion, A.M.B. v. 62 1. 9 ; ^jo J^iL^l ^0*90/ 
Uom Edessa was eclipsed and Nisibis grew 
illustrious, Barhad 386. 9. Aph. »*jL*»( add : 
JksjX Z^ sJL*X Jl : tyTv^w do not cloud your 
mind with sleep, Is. Nin. B. 138. 5, 6. Part. 
m^Jo it eclipses, N. Hist. ii. c. iii. 6 ter. 



•+cut^, JdQAdl col. 1402. PI. Joo*^ angels 
of darkness, opp. )2->oJ Is. Nin. B. 196. 7. 

]LcLdcuL*l col. 1402. With JLof indistinct 
speech, Med. 221. 19. 

IIocuaL ni.pl. mistiness, dimness of sight, 
111 £ » \JLon* **\ Med. 557. 18, }.L.I.V.r> ~ 
ib. 594. 5. 

jj^jcul col. 1402. obscure, inexplicable^ 
the human soul is Ij^oqa^o JL^ao But. Sap. 
Thcol. 1. r. 

\.iA.m~Z col. t403. aKOTobtvos, giddiness, 
Hippoc. iv. 18. 

^JL*» col. 1403. Add: Jl^oa© ^ju* to 
suppurate, Hippoc. v. 20, 44, vi. 20, vii. 35. 

JL'clXoa-L f. the goldsmith' s art, But. Sap. 
Econ. 1.2. 

JLL* m. formation, Jl^oJie^*** suppuration, 
Hippoc. v. 18, 55, vii. 18, 20. 

^i^i denora. verb from JJoA^i to cause 
a storm, to agitate, >t)J JfcLoa)^ o»ll ^ >a=> 
^ a rr y* ^ chilled vapour in violent descent 
agitates the air, BHEth. 450 ult. 

pjL. col. 1405. }iviifci»ap guests at supper, 
Journ. As. 1906, 278 pen., 279. 1. 

*-*.*» ]>r. n.m. Ar. -LslJJ, Dion. 33. 6 
and transl. 30. n. Probably 'Abdul-' Aziz 
Ibn J/ajjaj : cf. Weil, Oesch. d. Chalif. 
i. 673. 

fc^» col. 1 406. to be accurate, exact. 
Ethpa. l}£LlF to be assured, ^IklLfco ^£©» 
~^ C.B.M. 579 «• Pal P- k-^~ t0 irritate, 



K'&ui&iaj* 



137 



Qooiorcl^ 



Hippoc, iv. 54 ; JL^U, %bL*l^«laof drugs tvhich 
provoke coughing, Med. 231. 11. 

JfcwLlcL.** col. 1406.. itching, the mange, 
Hippoc. i. 19, iii. 24. Used chiefly metaph. 
in a bad sense but j^»o?? Jfc^icui the incite- 
ments of the Spirit, C.B.M. 573 b. 

JLLaL*# f. accurate definition, exactitude, 
Ujcl^ U>JL Llou* But. Sap. Philos. 1. 2. 

K-fcJl, IfcLkJL col. 1407. 1) and 2) careful, 
accurate, IfcJfcs-* U*j>a» El. Tirh. 34. 19; 
fcs*k**»o this is correct, BB. under )±cld col. 
1729 and often; »a&)Lvi.\ Jfcwtk-~ *-*k^-. 
Georg. Arab. 24. 18. 3) real ; jUfcilfcJl |o£i( 
the true ribs opp. J$cu^ N. Hist. vii. 1. 7; 
W H kstt^ l^kJio 1^-^.9 lla ftN pure 
unmixed water is tasteless, ib. ii. v. 4. 

jLofc^kJL col. 1407. exactness, *nsL ^? y( 
llciM^^.v^^^o )ts\,^ iofc^kJL fcu^ if you 
make a strict rule, if you stickle for correct 
behaviour, Sev. Lett. 484 ult. 

Jfet-L from Jui/^ anotlier prayer, an alternate 
prayer, c»\s~ QdhamW. 36. 12, 133. 2, Takhsa 
80. 5, 90 pen., 91.6 and often. 

«&» denom. verb from jboLcu* to conclude 
the service, to say the concluding prayer, 
Brev. Chald. i. 17. 5 bis, |uJo*.d ^-aXI*d 
^»kJ»o ib. 52 ult., QdhamW. 180. 4. 

j^alcu* col. 1 4 10. lit. sealing : a concluding 
verse, prayer or benediction, add refs. *2kje*j& 



joolcu** he proceeds with the concluding 
ascription of praise, QdhamW. 40. 8 ; Takhsa 
74 antep,, 133. 3, I?Mk? Iu&L'cl** a festal ending, 
ib. 153- r 9; P 1 - k»i'c^ ib. 97. 15, 151. tit. 

jc£o&^ m. pi. fibres, prob. fibrous roots, 
BB. under .ojo^aDcu^o col. 3626, ed. Duval 
1786. 

JfcoofcL* fern, for Jc£>^** col. 1410. a mark, 
U±~* f*U U<^> ^o U^**? Jfcoofc*-* y>ts~l( 
la marque de la perdition a ete abolie, 
Benediction des Raisins, R. 0. C. iv. 360. 
Cf. Journ. As. 1898, 441 ff. 

JbttK*, lZ.JL^ and &.l*.ki>., Jfeool* jcil^I* 
Althaea officinalis, marsh-mallow, Med. 208. 
20, 214. 7, 297. 13. 

JljLVa* col. 141 1. connexion, )IojJ» U JjLcu* 
U» s\>o immortal and heavenly connexion, 
opp. jd^auJ^D JLL^kcu* Scv. Lett. 491. 20. 

)tJo]^» i. q. yol^-D a lady of high rank, 
Protection 4. 14. 

jfcL*. Aph. fis*»(to grow proud, be puffed 

Up, ttOtCUL*^* ^>? PO J*?f **Ot y+( .9I^m^O 

^AjL^p woto^oi Op. Nest. 23. 17, quoting 
Prov. xxx. 13. F. emph. part. JUk***^ Jul. 
24. 6. 

jiokuJTcol. 141 4. 11 and 12 of par. correct 
fc^jiaD*/ and Jl^lci^ as BB. and Hunt, above. 
Refs. jLaaX^o? Ji>ol^**L court flatteries, Ined. 
Syr. 3. 3, Jab. 91 ult. 



\ 



$ col. 1415. The number nine, <a-3( 
* & * $ toj/ divide by nine, JAOS. xv. 
138. 2. 

o)l^. )iy ■ ^\ -\& col. 1418. bmeflcence, 
kindness, But. Sap. Theol. 4. 1. 

Derivs. in s>*£ see under Z»£. 

wo)Lu>j^ i.q. yoaiAidj^ col. 1418 pen. 
Tabenna in the Thobaid, Diosc. ed. Nau 92. 9, 
53- 13 i.q. faa3 fc^f )^»? ib. 11. 14, 15 for 
the monks of Tabenna followed the Rule 
of Pachomius, R.O.C. v. 403 11. 2. See 

271« 



Ju^JL^ and icu^Jl^} Taywv, Tagoun, 
a monastery in Seleucia of Isauria, R.O.C. 
iii. 258 infra; Pleroph. Introd. 9; 54. 6. 

tOfJLfiootju^ var. *Ot)u»^ (&a) T((T<Tap<*>v, 

Or. Xt. iii. 105. 2. 

*floo)^ rews-, for a time, until, Mar Aba ii. 
305 ; ujdo)^ j£5 wait a while, Pleroph. 18. 1 1 
and R.O.C. iii. 240. 5 af. Cf. jjdo(o^ col. 
M33- I.q- **_o emphatic particle, ^)lX? 
w*-p wo» : Jo^JJ «ffi6JL^ G. Busame 10. 9. 

u»oJoL^ 1) Tyre, Or. Xt. i. 88. 19. 
2) taurus, a bull, marg. Jtot Warda 246 v. 

T 



r«d&rd\ 



138 



-A 



llls)^ m.pl. Taphile, descendants of Noah, 
Chron. Min. 355. 8. 

ioIIo^aSJJ Ta7rtroX€o)i/, perh. carpet lion, 
a nickname of Leontius the magistrianus, 
Sev. Lett. 93. 13. 

kAj^o^l^ TaTrpofiavrj, Taprobanes, now 
Ceylon, Jac. Edes. Hex. xv. 14, xx. 3. 

%floooof)^ place-name, perh. Tapix^tai; three 
places in Egypt were so-called from the 
number of mummies preserved there, Med. 
504. 10. 

*6oM>j^ Tirhan, south of Tagrit, M.Z. 
174. 6. See ylo*^ col. 1464 and yOM^ 
col. 1517. 

p-*)^ see j**;*^ below. 

U**J^ Stud. Sin. ix. 93. 10, *floa-U^( 1. 5 
for lu^{ col. 1 518 and ^ou;^ 1519, Trajan, 
Emperor. 

t£ocu^)jf)^ pr. n. Tr ptvTios, Terence, Nold. 
F. S. i. 573. 142. 

ou^ col. 1422. Add: o »..a ^ verbal use, 
o& loot ^^^ Jl ju\9 of which no one, had 
been informed, Ephr. Kef. ii. 116. 13. Adj. 
f. pi. )N ^ " ^ I rumoured, supposed opp. 
li^'fcJI. real, But. Sap. I sag. iii. i. 

U»[A^ notoriously, openly, K. under 
l^J^^ col. 1559. 

)^a» n\ i\-z±~£ see J^ q-^el-L^ Tabennesiot, 
infra. 

lu^i^ shortened form of j^a^a a relish 
made from sour milk, K. col. 1424, El. Nis. 
35. 93, and so correct Ibn S. Thes. under 
JbL^ col. 1429. Lexx. under j^L^S col. 
3087 and DBB. 1534 have the same gloss 
viz. -^+}j£j\ |:*\,o ^D>. 

jaaoo^ i.q. Juaooa^, Ux>Q~£ the peacock, 
Hochf. Fabel. 41. 1. 

w^j col. 1424. Ethpa. *JL%irto be crushed, 
Jos. Styl. 50. 1 ; wo»CLio^ qu+z^I} Coupes 
ii. 1 14. 

l-lic^ the crusher, smasher, Syrians under- 
stood thus the Persian name for an engine of 
war. Cf. Pers. topah ruin, destruction, Jos. 
Styl. 49. 20 and trans. 42. n. 

J^^Ajj blows, A.M.B. v. 24. 15, n. variant 



for IZsl£ q.v. below, and so Pallad. 21.4m the 
corresponding passage. 

^a^ i.q. i.**,)^ col. 1424. 4 of par. 
cane sugar, Med. 165. 2, 237. 9, 265. 9, 
266. 15, 296 ter. 

^k^} denom. verb from Jb*j|, to drum; 
oooi ^vr\j[ jl-lfcjj the drums were drumming, 
Ward a 3 v. 

V*\ -v I pi. J^XJLJ dimin. of JU^ m. 
a small hand-drum, Op. Nest. 1 16. 9, so correct 
II oN \^ under Juuq£«. 

Ifellxpcfc^SJj f. pi. dimin. of ^v^ tablets or 
small brass plates, De Astrolabe 75 ult., 76. 
^aN..-^ f. tabula, tablet, table of an astrolabe 
. the two circular planes, Jts-»^^ «o» ^k " ^ 



i. e 



De Astrolabe 74, 75 ter, 81, 251. PL ^m >^ 
ib. 71. 

iN'-^^j col. 1425. a tray, the top of a table, 
opp. JfofcsS Gest. Alex. 51. 13. Bit. a tabh of 
festivals = a calendar, Brev. Ant. 1. Cal. 16 tit., 
18. 1 . A moveable altar slab, (no longer in use) 

)!>+& ^i? Jus^S (sic) JlC,^X pXJ 

Takhsa 129. 19 bis, pi. j&J&aL^ ib. 146. 4, 
Bar-Sal. in Lit. 25. 6, 7. 

EWq I tympanites, a flatulent form of 
divpsy, Med. 338. 2, 339. 9. 

JJtcaX^ crescent- shaped, i.q. )J^oop of 
the moon when receding from the sun, N. Hist. 
Bk. ii. in. 3 ; U;nnN^ f*-*^ **nt* |ooa9 
un orifice bouche a moitie, Chimie 101. 14. 

uaaAfloluL^ Tabenna, Pallad. 371, uxl^coJ.^ 
ib. 179. 17, Umii^ ib. 121. 3 af. 

I^q^flfti,^ m.pl. Tabennesiote monks, Pallad. 
144 pen., 301 ; l^cumj)^} Sev. Ant. Vit. 
27. 10, 28. 11, 32. 7, sing. 28 ult.; l^rua^ 
A.M.B. iii. 488; UA^JLAJy )^} Pallad. 
148 bis. For their rule see ib. 179 = trans. 
214 f., R.O.C. v. 403 n. 2. 

>fc£^ col. 1427. 4) astron. to set, sink } 
)is^>o~=> oC^2>CLaX ^^5^? jiUcx.^ U;^^ 
)^>»-SJMPf Rylands 44. fol. 4 sixteen times. 
Pael >vJL^ to immerse, baptize, o£k ^JL^-ae 
}LxL> U\^k Takhsa 71. 13 bis. L. 18 of 
par. denom. verb from j^o^ to affix a mark 
or token, Dion. 167. 14. 



rc^a\ 



139 



r<Au\o\ 



ksXj col. 1420. a passage of a book, text 
of scripture, Jo* U>-=^ Usu* ^©«^ K*/ 1/ 
)+*^j U*j>> Or. Xt. 1. 306. 6. Bot. L&L% 

Jfc^aal? prob. i. q. JfcLaal? k£^~ q. v. Suppl. 
marsh-mallow, Med. 207. 8, 211. 7, 265. 8. 

k-\Ajj m. an official who placed tokens on 
everyone for taxing, Dion. 124. 7, 148. 11, 
167. 13. 

)Un ^ jpo Pael Inf. = subst. f. with V 
wakefulness, Sev. Ant. Hymns 60. 

?J^ i.q. \H^ col. 1424, <^J«^ col. 1430. 
Pers. ^jj^io sugar candy, " sucre candi blanc ", 
Chimie 39. 18 but " espece dalun ou de sel 
clivable", Duval's notes in Journ. As. both in 
the Syr. and Arab, lists. 

lu^£ a country, perhaps the environs of 
Lake Tiberias, Med. 444. 8, 

a»b-.;^j, ♦m.At^, ^m-^^k^ river Tiber, 
A.M.B. v. 510. 

^^ col. 143 r. to fry, parch, vch-o^J 
fais chauffer dans un poele, Chimie 29 pen. 
Act. part. oOa^ ^^^jtt l^ot* Ephr. ed. Lamy 

"■ 373- 

Juj^cl^ ni.pl. fried delicacies, Warda 247 v. 

*flod*^^^ Tagriwos, a fabled race located 
south of the Pishon i. e. the Adriatic, Chron. 
Min. 354. 4. 

yoju^ooo^ Teucrium, col. 1433. Correct 
k-Loa^x*, for Jj 



©loo^, oiow^iooi^ T€vdis } -Ldcs, a kind of 
large cuttle-fish, Li^ujLaiL. ©l*©©*^ cuttle- 
fish five cubits long, N. Hist. vii. 2. 2, 
3. 1, 6. 6. • 

^aoolo^i^o^ col. 1433. TCTapTiuos,quarla7i 
fever. PL 60^0^, olo^o^, olo^f^o^, 
Hippoc. ii. 25, iii. 21, v. 66. 

^aook^A^o^, *r»6— , fcfl&i^o^ t€tti£, cicada, 
eo ^ M33- N. Hist. vii. 2. 2 infra, 2. 3, 4. 2. 

fc*-J Pers. *i* race, stock. This word 
prefixed to the name of the reigning monarch, 
Was granted as a title of high honour, Pers. 
Mart. n. 2109. ?JL*ooi6o>-J»o^ Tahm- 
Uormizd, a marzban, A.M.B. ii. 620 = yo^ 
JJooioot Pers. Mart. n. 565 ; J^J^ ©^ Tahm- 
Jazdegerd, QdhamW. 236. 13, Mon. Syr. ii. 



68 - J 3> ?^^°^ ll 2l > 28 > 3 l > ?^^°^ 
ib. 69. 14, ?«^fcs*a&o^ ib. 29; the name in 

the corresponding passage A.M.B. ii. 520 pen., 

521. 10, 14, 522. 15, 523. 18 is spelt uniformly 

ji^jUaoo^. Cf. yo^maia^ Tahm-Chosroes, 

col. 1485 and ioauoa^ Tahm-Shapur, col. 

1488. Nold. Tabari 443. n. explains otherwise. 

^000^ pr.n.m. 1) a Persian noble, A.M.B. 
ii. 584. 9, 585. 3, 588. 5. 2) Bishop of 
Siarzur, ZDMG. xliii. 403. 4. 

hflocuo*^ usually *flooio^ tovos, a note } sound, 
)ts».v>,^ir jl^lfoittt tflodjo*^ the note of the 
sea swalloiv, N. Hist. vii. 2. 3. 

Jjo^ col. 1435. noon. PI. m. jLofoi^ 
midday heat, Jesus-Sabran 522. 12, A.M.B. 

ii- 533- x 3, vii - 68 - 

|Lo9o^ adj. mid-day, A.M.B. v. 457. 16, 
19, 20. 

Jo^ Ethpa. wQ^l^io be roasted, \^o} ©o* 
joo» Jo^fcsji Ephr. ed. Lamy i. 387. 10. 

Jud^ col. 1436. a roast , roast meat, Jo^-ao 
IlIq^, BA. under Uo^s^o col. 2004. 

oaJ. jtV-y^ col. 1439. goodness. Add: 
jk.i.oL Iclj^.^ perhaps kind looks, o» ,\ a,?» 
yoo^k *~±x> |oO*. Lci^o JLomUa^d, Chron. 
Min. 47. 14. 

^jcoo.^, ^Joot or ^«^iol, place-name, 
quoted from Ptolemy's Geography, A need. 
Syr. iii. 330. 1. 

woojj and uio^j/, a red pigment used to 
stain glass, oa^ J;j»fco©* jjxx>a£o? jc^ao*, 
Chimie 99. 12, 

IlLoa^ so Duval corrects j^a^c^ (Jjajjooflo), 
Chimie 99. 13 " un rouge toubV\ coloured 
with toubi. 

JLAi-^cu^ col. 1440. a donkey's nosebag, 
gloss. J;j&*»! |c^>cii3 G. Warda ap. Hippoc. 
vii. n. 22. 

vH^t$> f^^ or t^^^* name of a 

gate of Arbela, Jab. 175 ult. It is the name of 
some bird of prey, note ib. 

u»6o^ corr. ^floaod^ Tokus ; q.v. infra. 

JfcL.TciL^ f. pomp, pride) a Sabaean or 
Nabataean word, Lexx. under )fok*-~L coL 
1414. 

T 2 



r<L»o\ 



140 



Ua^ col. 1 44 1. a space of time. Add: 
U^J? ©*~c^ BB. col. 1578. 15 under JLa&Jjft-^. 
With pron. suff. 2 pi. **I»ci^ BHCarm. 125. 
12 ; sing, ^c^ ib. 11. 13, 15; 127.8, 128. 2. 

*+£o-& col. 1 44 1. Ethpa. *+£oL%ir to suj)- 
plicate, ref. o*-j|oLJjk».xi.\ ^Jl»o \j} Jcl^d 
yOJXDCLM,^ JAOS. xv. 135. 6. 

Ju^OjJ Arab.LJ^y antimony, Chimie 101. 17, 
Med. 604. 21. Cf. Hoi. 

j&^o.^ (i^s) a sore over the whole surface 
of the eye ; see ;J>, i«^. 

^fioojoo^j Sev. Ant. Vit. 33. 13, Nau in loc. 
Jl.O.C. iv. 548 n. 5 read i£DoLoof dux, 
commander and cf. ua&so* col. 836. 

uDOfo^looo^ To/xea>i>, perhaps Tomi, a city 
of Scythia, Nbld. F. S. i. 473. 142. 

*m*. , sco 1 J Tomis, a disciple of S. Maris, 
S. Maris 32. 2. 

^ooU^cl^ Tyndareus, 1L»-jcl*p» o,\ the 
Lacedemonian, Arist. Apol. m. ii. 

qjcl^ prob. Tyana of Cappadocia, Dion. 
15. 5. Cf. JJjag col. 1436. 

^00^, *tx%. \£>*l col. 1444. flight, \£>\ 
]UJ> JuiapK Ephr. ii. 107 F. 

u»cl^ for j»o^ q. v. Dion. 223. 3. 

oaoo^ col. 1444. Tus, capital of Khorasan. 
Refs. BHChr. Eccl. ii. 449; its ruins are 
22 kilom. NW. of Meshed, Syn. Or. 311, 316, 
Jab. 20, 4. 

Uia^ see u-^&^J col. 1444. m. pi. a tribe 
of Christian Arabs nomad in the plain border- 
ing on Tur Abdin, Syn. Or. 526. 26, 527. 8, 
532 n. 4, Patr. Or. iii. i. 28. 11. Mentioned 
with Ju^kCLA^o JuJ^} Jac. Edes. Hex. 8. 11. 2. 

30^, ^J col. 1444. ult. to travel by sea, 
Apoc. xviii. 17 ; ^jjo A^ Pleroph. 45. 12 ; 
Pet. Ib. 1 1 2. 8, 9 ; to set sail, ^9 &&$> ka^JJ 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 74. 8, 1 1 ; to travel, *^ 0+2&L 
)tLU &*£U BHChr. Eccl. ii. 557. Aph. 
&a^j r to flood, submerge, 14 of par. add: act. 
part. pi. f. ui ^ I\ o»^ ^a.^010 so corr. for 
^a^.20 materials for biography are tooabundant 
for my mind, A.M.B. v. 4. 1 = Pallad. 5. 6. 

Idc^j col. 1445. i))^a^JI?? non-navigable, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 253. 2. 2) a raft, pi. |aa^' 



Hist. Mon. i. 205. 18, described ii. 397 ult. ff., 
i*io? j&CLj£ a raft made of reeds, Patr. Or. iii. 
i. 49. 3 ; Dion. 84. 11; a ship, Pet. Ib. 23. 14. 

Iscu^ col. 1446. the omentum, ref. Med. 
291. 1. 

fc^LadL^ col. 1446. superficially, opp. 
fcwJkL»^J# Syn. Or. 132. 9, misprinted 
I^»Uq^; opp. l^ii'&s ek *o ib. 167. 2, 
opp. kwJJJicu* ib. 172. 29 ; and so correct the 
same passage in B.O:C. iv. 258. 10 fcs^l&oJ*^. 

J^al^, )fc^*^ col- 1446. superficial, Jfc^** 
Jfclai^ opp. Jik-.fcw Jb^f-> But. Sap. Isag. 
iv. 2, [&1% U.^^» UaXci* ib. ii. 4. 

l^^ai^ col. 1446. cmnokrjs, Greg. Carm. 
ii. 19. 14, obiter, ao( Is^\sl^ Epiph. viii. 17 ; 
carelessly, a hireling is less good than a bond- 
slave because he reckons himself an outsider 
,• *£\ m ^ kwJLsL^o But. Sap. Econ. ii. 3, 
A^^JaJ^ib. Theol. 5. 3. 

U&^fcoo with JJ col. 1447. so correct. 
non-navigable, Jac. Edes. Hex. xix. 5. 

.90^ v — ft^LJaJI prob. Taif mentioned with 
JL**** Ilirta, Sassanidi 36. 14. 

uoojc^Q^ Tv<f><*s<vs, a giant, Greg. Carm. 
1. 100. 6. 

tfiou^* ;^ o9 a^J T07roTr)f)r)Tr]s, lieutenant, Sev. 
Ant. Hymns 721 tit. 

qpoaajqSctj col. 1447. a typ>hoow,, Isoyahb 
ed. Duval 102. 7. 

^floaSCL^ col. 1447. 1) roirosl ^floa^o^ 
U**j*o l^olcu* Koo/ we brought the matter 
to a peaceful settlement or conclusion, Sev. 
Lett. 59. 18, 175. 3. 2) twos, a form, draft, 
kflodaojj nmti^ to draft a definition of the 
faith, Nest. Herac. 161. 5; j^*» ^od^J 
rimov (pavfpov, ib. 1 94. 1 6. 

|l~l_9q-^ col. 1446 under ao.jj, rvfyvv, 
a cataclysm in general, whether caused by fire, 
wind, or water, Chabot, Journ. As. 1908. 142. 

l-m-Sdl^ col. 1448. Add: 4) regulation, 
order, j&aam*9i? lado^o UjclL£ Jj»o*»1 
Sev. Lett. 204. 1, 368. 16. 

vm^ col. 1448. denom. verb. Add: 1) to 
exhibit an example J I a* ai^ t J i o > K**» »»m°>^p , 
Pet. Ib. 32. 20. 2) to regulate, mark out 



r^a.1ftl*i\?» 



141 



^©? uoi *naX am4^* wotomda^ Sev. Lett. 
3^8. 16, ib. 153. 7. 3) to impress, make the 
impression of a seal, ib. 262. 3; cf. ib. 271 
infra, 272. 

liVfl co 9>^..v> regulation, yOo*LaXflft.2L^Jso 
(Jch^J?) )ts^xpci,xij Sev. Lett. 400. 9. 

JUcLUna^fcoS) col. 1 44 1. Add: typification, 
inner meaning, Jlama-£.-W otl o i cy > . o^ ^oSd 
^o ]jotf jl^i^o the inner meaning of the 
entire order of the universe, But. Sap. Theol. 
4. 1 infr. 

Uo^ = \^l (col. 1430): both o and o 
are pronounced alike and form the Fame 
diphthongs. A pan for frying or baking, 
Op. Nest. 115. 6, Nold. in loc. ZDMG. xxxv. 
499- 

yoUolooQ^ col. 1 449. Separate the name 
from the title %oUo q.v. col. 1669. ^dfio^ 
Tukos or Jcuaf Docouz, first and Christian 
wife of Hulagu, Jab. 114. 1. Misprinted 
^oooa^ ib. 91. 1. 

icLjj, ^ col. 1449. to fiy, move swiftly, 
*i^o ^Jk. wcho i» v woot s^i he glanced 
swiftly round, I A.M.B. v. 88. 9. Metapli. 
**\ IW me dical science turns swiftly to any 
means of relief, Is. Ant. ii. no. 4. Aph. 
**$}" to turn swiftly, o*k*^*L ^^o ^i °i\v> 
Is. Ant. ii. no. 5; Jiabo£^ otVi i*^f )Joo» 
the mind takes upward flight. Jac. Sar. Horn, 
in. 3 ult. 

)U^ col. 1449. ^vu^yy ++£ ^U-JL*^!? 
Solomon's bird, tlie hoopoe, Med. 593. 1. 

)-i*i_2> Jjcl^ col. 1451. 1. Add: near 
Melitene but prob. legendary, Patr. Or. v. 5. 
707 ult. 

[ZLiLi jfOj} Sorcerers 9 Mountain near lit. 
Izla, A. M. B. v. 442 ult., var. W±~i Jf c^}. 

ia*d^? Jto^ ML Serapion, Anecd. Syr. iii. 
52. 4, a better reading is ycu^.9^oo Mt. 
Syraphtim, ib. 53. 6, 13. 

-UoKlio^col. 1452. Add: B.O. ii. ci. exxxi. 
109, 127, 218; Dion. 55. 20. Also the 
southern slopes of Mt. Taurus, note ib. and 
tiion. Ined. = 11.0.0. ii. 61. 1. 



1 * 



J*c^ col. 1449. Add: 1) a space of time, 
jtA^*A Jja^ o^> all the summer, Mar Bassus 
23. 306; ))u^» Jia^ a long time, Ephr. Ref. 
i. 116. 23, ii. 33. 39. 2) distance^ ju>o«J^ 
)Ju^o J'Q^^ for some distance, A.M.B. v. 
28, jolS~» *aa )»gl^ far from inhabited land, 
ib. p. 24; Jfc^-3a^>j Jio^ the intervening 
distance, Ephr. Ref. ii. 32 ter, 33 ter. 

|ofo^ Lat. turba, turmoil, uproar, j^'o^ 
^^ojtd Jkoi A.M.B. vi. 61. 6. 

w^ja^ col. 1452 pen. Convolvtdus, ref. 
JicL* tt^Ja^J Med. 52. 16. 

»ia^a^ Turgas, a monastery near Apamea, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. in. 2, Nau in loc. R.O.C. 
v. 95- 

^a^qj30>qJ TvpoKo\iv=: xpwoKoWa i.e. borax, 
Chimie 14. n. 

i^»a^ col. 1453. a jackal. Add: Pehlevi 
Turek, Pers. uy, Kal-w-Dim. 72. 13, 284. n ? 
286. 22. 



.ja^ col. 1453. 19. pr.n.m. kflcuJa^ ^ijso 
Martyrius i.q. Sahdona, Bishop of Mahoze 
d' Ariwiin, Chast. 14. 16, 49. 10, 67. 12. 

\ « ! %ei. . ; m. pi. SrjpiaKa, poison : antidote, 
\£1'9Ql1) \jfr>r a poisonous viper, Op. Nest. 
141. 13; ItXklitCL^ t;^ ^ makers of antidotes, 
ib. 14. Cf. jLoTfL*and Hi. 

.cufc^ i.q. jaoCLJfCL,} col. 1453. a chisel, 
iCuiQkA^ J*-**^ JliJJs© \v\pia rop(VTT), a chased 
candlestick, Hex. Ex. xxv. 31, 36; ^3.*^^ 
a»aJ>CL^ Mon. Syr. ii. 24. 23 in Cant. v. 14, 
Chimie 8. 16, N. Hist. iii. 2. 1. 

*jaano*c^ var. oao an* i-» » o. j the Tyrrhenian 
Sea, Jac. Edes. Hex. xi. 10. 

aod^aja^ i.q. dauX aA* i^ Tripoli, Jab. 

37- IS- 

jk^, u^ col. 1453. Metapli. to super- 
impose, ^***l U~ )o£±U U**=> Bar Penk. 
59. 6. Pass. part. |uL^, )l£*-^ ; )k^^ 
yOoiLo^fcs.Ix* )l£a-^o their virtue is pretended 
and superficial, But. Sap. Eth. 3. 4- P ae l 
act. part. *»^ipa to smear thickly, l+. ^ *> ~> 
o*-^ * > *--<-&-** ^ ie V • <tmear it w ^ h h° ne !/> 
Kal-w-Dim. 93. 15: Wr. suggests ^±*-£ or 



1**\ 



142 



Qo a 



"A 



y m *£ col. 1454. anointing; liniment, 
)u£i^J> ^««^.vl^Jtt? ^1^&.^»^jL Med. 60. 4, 
U.f oU^ *JLlf U^ 1. 5; Ebcd J. Card. 
21. 14; jsL^Jd? joaoof JuL^J shining black 
paste or liquid, N. Hist. viii. 4, 9. 

wj[ col. 1455. Palpal w*^**^ to disturb, 
o> » i -fc\ ww^m^mdo (»im«> Y^^P 1 ^ c rases 2/itf 
fortress and drives away its inhabitants, Bahira 
233- T 5- 

U^mO^ wavering, ref. Vj ^flL %+oI^gd 
u-^o!^ Poet. Syr. 58. 17. 

JLljJ col. 1455. the spleen, Hippoc. iii. 21 ; 
BH. de PI. *^. 1. Metaph. J»om»? o*^^*-^ 
jV^Jaapf o»\«^ omI^/ Caus. Cans. 220. 10. 

IJS^m.j splenetic, Hippoc. vi. 42, 46, Med. 
274. 19. 

^Z^ col. 1445. Aph. *^{( to cause to 

grind, JJL> ^jL^j&? Ja* (= I^IT) a stream 

which turns a mill-wheel, Gest. Alex. 261. i, 
268. 18. 

iZ>) co]. 1456. to strain at stool, ref. **+} 
©»^]^> Jl^f ju[ Med. 604. 22. 

JfcIL^ 1) pi. )»c£**t{ 2)iles, haemorrhoids, 
Med. 569. 18. 2) I. q. )IL$ tenesmus, strain- 
ing, Hippoc. vii. 25, Med. 408. 23, 409. n, 
4T0. 6, 20, &c. ; icu^f )^4*°^ ^^ 4°^* 4* 

J£*^ pi. JLl^ m. haemorrhoids o^^ ji«-=k*» 
«iX ^oodJLsD J^4? J^.J&ajL^. ^ Med. 
407. 15. 

)U*£ m. tenesmus, )\*^*> Ji*^ )f^-^ Med. 
407. 15; )IlmI* )IL£ ib. 407- 20. 



a^ pr.n.m. Pers. T'tMA;, martyr, A. M. B. 
iv. 181 if. 

Jj^J TeTTapa, col. 1457. Add: a quarter 
(drachm), BB. under .a^^u? Thes. 887 infra, 
DBB. 567- 4. 

ycui*?!^} var. ^?^ m. to Tcrpufcppav, 
four hides, some article made of fourfold 
leather, A.M.B. v. 555. 8, 556. 2, 557. 14. 

quadrant of an astrolabe, De Astrolabe 74 ult., 

8l. 14, Jk-A.V.*.2>> )1^AX> * yO^O*!^^} 

ib. 239. 7. 



yO^& t^J Ttrpcmvkov, cross-roads, yCL^d *^*^ 
^ofc^ ^cx*»jO? bring fo the nearest c7*oss- 
road, public places, Dion. 39. 3 ; d^ai^ 
>f>%-+l thou art open on all four sides = too 
accessible, Ballad. 531. 17. 

^mio,^ see u^»U^>)^ Tabenna, Act, 
S. Pelag. 1. 11. 

£iak^[ col. 1418. BHGr. 25. 8, 35. 23. 
graced, gifted, BH. Chron. Eccl. ii. 381, 
JiilkaU \ZX&*4 ib. 389. 

|>jjLa^,v> 1) a portent, JUaL^j JJ^Oj^jjo 
Pleroph. 26. 5. 2) m. a buyer, caterer, 
)lV^.mf UIa^s But. Sap. Econ. 1. 1. 
3) contraction of U/ *^*^° I am 'ready, 
Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 78. 22. 

jJA^fcco one ready, prepared , BHCarm. 
34. 2. 

|^a*£0OL» +^+£ corrupt for l^a^uaoM-2^ 
a Tabennesiot monk, Anecd. Syr. iii. 176. 13. 

tap a- ^^j river 7%er, Georg. Arab. 7. 24. 

ou^^sc^} Jac. Edes. Hex. xix. 11. See 

^ Heb. Wt? dirt, Jil£*^oo sordid, Syn. 
Or. 152. 1. 

V^i col. 1459. white spots on the eyes, 
add: J^I^ ^aa )uOf clear-eyed, BH. in Cant. 
iv. 9. 

.*v^N. rtOtgy^ )TiTio/>7rnAfc Titiopolis in Isauria, 
Pleroph. 43. 11; kflooJIaaoA^} Nold. F. S. 
i. 471. 74. 

^ao^j, col. 1460. TtVrt^, the cicada. Its 
chirping was a pleasure to the Greeks and it 
was customary to keep it in a cage whence 
the Syrians imagined it to be a bird, Hochf. 
Fabel 15, Natur 28. 16; j^* u»oji^{ 

Brit, Mus. Or. 2084. 48 v, 54 v where the 
fable of the grasshopper and the ant is told 
of it ; it is small, ib 56 v. Also spelt 

^^^iy ^c^&r?* ^<*^ a T$> ^^^t} ^' 
^o^ok^^Jo^J, &e. The Lexx. confuse it 

with the parrot and the nightingale. 

o»q^ TiVAoy, col. 1460. Add: ^300^^^ 
^»L? Section II, Sev. Lett. 222. 1, pi. gl^I^ 



ib 



ter. |^o»^ao 



^"^J t*° 



he 



puts in a claim to riches , Jo. Tell, 60, 16. 



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143 



omfti\\ 



<xbq-±-X-*-J i) Tirdv, avos, a Titan, Arist. 
Apol. om. 7. 2) tit&po?, lime, Chimie 6. 1. 
Cf. «xjoa^aJ infra. 

i*I^ apoc. form of )Sl£ col. 1460 ; u*^ «^oo 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 247. 8. Add: pi. JlIJL^J 
Ommiads opp. \ - ™y -Q Abbasids, Dion. 
Preface xx. 

^^ V; what? wCl^aJ? j&fco i( codices con- 
fessionis", these were certificates of 11011- 
Nestorian opinion, BHChr. Eccl. ii. 85. 

yCL^u^ col. 1461. See yoocu^ Thes. and 
Suppl. 

Ju*aj*i*J col. 1 46 1. Tificopla, punishment. 
J**& \+i<zx±~Jf )lu? *J^ a penalty hath been 
decreed, Pallad. 73, 14 = A.M.B. v. 96. 11, 
licL^s? )u.jcl»x^ Jul. 160. 7. 

ycuJ&*J Tctfiulofj the exchequer, the state, 
treasury, Syr. Rom. Bechtsb. 30; Jfc^^ )oo>> 
\^ r,v> ,r.^ \ his house shall be confiscated, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 297. 17; y<ia^J? Jfcocw id. 
Pallad. 401 bis. 

^, \i*J col. 1462. Add: [ ?m .'»' *i »» ^J 
lutum sapientiae, philosopher's clay for sealing 
bottles, &c, hermetically, Chimie 20. 9; 
ui&j^ ^J is given as an equivalent of 
vermilion from Sinope, also as ©cl^ajjo ^*£ 
ib. 4. n ; r> L^* J^J> y>e£*x> ^ j*aj*> 
vermilion , wre scellee (de Lemnos) c'est a dire 
hematite, ib. 1. 4, transl. 8, n. 2. It was 
officially stamped, cf. jui^cu^. 

^ denom. verb from \1*£ to daub, coat 
with clay, fcoljf UU& the vessel thou hast 
clayed, Chimie 20. 10. Pass. part, ^jo Jfao 
« phial coated with clay, ib. 38. 4 ; 96 ult. 
Pem. J]£u^:» ib. pen. 

wL^, Ul^J col. 1463. cZaz/ey, )^>U )*=> 

^oI^jl^d Jl weZfo are found in clay soil or in 
ham but not in rocky land, N. Hist. iv. 1, 3. 
Metaph. Ui^ Jl )£o BHCarm. 45. 4- l^* 
J^iil^ pastilles made of musk with a viscid 
base, Med. 605 with gloss. d.X-J!j eUipi. 

RcuLj f. muddiness, <J>J>* JLo^Ia^^J )*.? 
wefts w/iere cmfy mu d is left, N. Hist. iv. 1. 3. 



Tingitana, a province of Mauretania, Jac. 
Edes. Hex. xxxiv. 15, <*j)^*^^ ib. xix. 11. 

tfiocLia*^ Tv^&v, Typhon, brother of Osiris, 
Arist. Apol. w*- ter, ^ua^^ 1. 12. 

? s;a^ Persian title, Captain of Archers, 
Phet. 11. io, Pers. Mart. 61 n. 535 in loc. 

ajUAO^u^ pr. n, Pers. Tirguhiasp, 
Jesus-Sabran 511. 18, Nbld. AVZKM. xi. 188. 

10*^ col. 1464. Tirhan, a diocese on the 
Tigris, south of the Lesser Zab, Pers. Mart. 
188-191, Hist. Mon. i. 141. 17, Lag. Arm. 
Stud. No. 2245 P- *5 2 - 

of.'ao^J Pers. aU^J' the first month of 
summer answering to f&**o w^j^i, Syn. Or. 
69. 26. 

r-'^^i - ) Arjuoo-Otvrjs, Demosthenes, 
Gest. Alex. 127. 4, ZDMG. xlv. 318. 3. 

|l4aa^ col. 1 464. a region of N. Mesopotamia, 
in the neighbourhood of Amid, Anecd. Syr. 
ii. 119. 10. 

*tt{ol^{ col, 1464. TrjBvs, Tethys. Add: 
BH. ap. Hebraica iii. 250, Or. Xt. v. 16, n. 2. 

U^a^ E-Syr. dissyllabic form for Uic^ 
col. 1465. fraud Uoo^ Op. Nest. 18. 13; 
Ebed. J. Card. 26. 10, 126 pen. 

)lai/i^.v> f. contrivance, machination, Doc. 
Mon. 36. 8. 

jlci* 1 1 n-jl^j£ f. skilfulness, ingenuity, 
jLcufo^fcoa is Jlocuao? jLojiiiLao Loiia^feott 
Jlum^I^oo recollection is the ingenious recalling 
of a thought which might have been effaced, 
N. Hist. viii. 3. 5 infra. 

jUoaJ col. 1466. 3. 4) eccles. office, rite, 
Jy.xiNfo : )j^f cud? : JU,?GL0? [n\i& tlie Liturgy 
and Baptismal Service, Takhsa title page. 
^19.39 Uka~£ the Marriage Service, Maclean 
and Browne 233; ^f aJ©> Jfc^iaaDj U^ 
U-i* v ^> ^^t QdhamW. 2 4 2 - Use > ritua h 
)u*^i>? ^^i *+l according to the Chaldaean 
use, Brev. Chald. 1. 1. 

I col. 1466. Add: a cohort, armed 



tfi&Aiafis. 



force, o£±+} u^^ina^o )uaoco»j Jjqja^o» 9++ 



the Governor sent soldiers and his own guard, 
Hist. B.V.M. 181. 9; 202. 21, 208. 19; 
|o3oo»? ^m^ the Prefect's Guard, Sev. 
Ant. Vit. 60. 2, 283. 12. yl?i order of angels, 
)Juf oj 0^0 ^m^nm^ ^<? cwiiVe seraphic order , 
)&^JU*l urumi^ tf/ae ninefold order, Brev. 
Chald. <^pL, Maclean. 

j^mdoJ col. 1467. organization, structure 
of a furnace, Chi mi e 10 1. 5. ^qoq^ jfcs-J'cu^. 
ju^^I anthems of ordering the months : sung on 
the eve of each month, they hegin \L£ >nr\a^ 
orcZer the month and bless it, QdhamW. 183. 5. 
)Vi} ^*^l the consumption of the Eucharistic 
species remaining after Communion, Maclean. 

^xiAl col. 1467. 2. 6) with ]Vf( to consume 
what remains over of the Eucharistic species 
when the communicants have received , Maclean. 

[n\A£ m. warder , apparitor, Doc. Syr. 65. 18. 

fc^lrcmXj£> col. 1468. conveniently, in an 
orderly manner ', QdhamW. 33 pen. 

^ Pa. ^^ col. 1469. NB. construction 
oWJ yOOM^i ^so ^J^Sk ^joCL^aro they 
lield their shields over their heads, shielded their 
heads, Josephus vi. 5 pen. Aph. i)^{( add : 
<ttS l/ qul+'9 * % J S . he shielded his head with 
his buckler, Josephus vi. 10 pen. To make 
a shelter, part. fern. JlX^.i J> yOo»A>y.V \+2lL 
o^Ia^ the stork covers its young making a 
shelter with its wings } Natur 36. 1 2. 2) denom. 
verb from Jl^ dew. To distil, drip, o*joo*floi 
^v^j/ )1^*a1s Uwt the dew of the Lord 
in quietness He distilled upon me, Ode Sol. 35. 1 . 

)fcf,»ll^ col. 1470. Add: a reflection in the 
water, Hochf. Fabel 36 f., jJojLl? Ife^'iS^ 
shadowy apparitions, Pall ad. 17. 15. 

Jl^J to become young, act. part. Jl^ : p-5^? 
JU *~*o^ he who tastes the fruits of Paradise 
recovers his youth, Ephr. Syr. iii. 584 F. 
Pass. part. \l : yoca^att^o! Jl^f ^^/ new 
disciples, Jul. 12. 17. Ethpa. ^^jl/* col. 
1473. 3 of par. to receive fresh youth, )io^»m 
JJixJ[3^£> JL^>? tottering old age is young once 
more, Sev. Ant. Hymns 45. 7 ; Ephr. ed. Lamy 
iii. 605; iv. 713. 9; Is- Ant. i. no. 7. 



144 



<ttj-2a: 



«A\ 



Ju^J col. 1473. I )ar - 3- ^>c^»^ Jk*^ 
JicJoo/^^oam^ . ? ~vi\ *aoJb> )&*£& JkoooJJ 
Jk-^^ in the sense of stature, youthful is 
written with Zekafa over Lamadh, when it 
means handmaidens Teth is written with 
P'thakha, BHGr. i. 33. 15. 

ILI^pcvaX.^ col. 1474. childish, infantile, 
El. Tir. Gram. 3. 6 ; Jfcoocua JkwuicuJ^ 
extreme youth, Mar Bassus 46. 622; U^f* 
lurool^ puerile fables, Manicheisme 142. 5. 

^aoojl^ pr.n. a country or city near Kashgar, 
Jab. 19. 1 1. 

^a^jJL^ col. 1474. Pcrs. ^^^ssjj.} or 
^yJOJ a kind of manna, Med. 296. 11, 
353- ", r^nJ 409- 17- 

U.^^sj col. 1475. from oT\cyyib(a) or 
(TT€\yld(a) a curry comb, Ar. Fremdworter 113. 

$o£±% Ethpalp. £o£±%ir to be slow, Ji^o£* 
^£^jfcJ Tekkaf. 106. Cf. ^,J. 

w-X^ to hammer, (jjjo ^X u*c£^ Chimie 
31. 25. Cf. w*^{. Pa. J&\ same. Act. 
part, with pronoun o^ k^x^oo o = >»S^,^jjp 

b*J( when you have beaten it out thin, ib. 
27. 6. 

*~^{, U*^}, Jl^*^ col. 1475. flat, 
narrow, )k^± iajao*» I^-jIaN^ Jl Jac. Edes. 
Hex. xlviii. 15. 

£^ Pa. part. ^£&~» lazy, Jod^»? fcJ^> 
^.^00 no soldier is slack and slothful, Is. 
Ant. ii. 272. 9, fco/ ^^^-v>, ib. 324. 8. 

1&&-1 col. 1476. PI. 11^4 vagabonds, 
forbidden to come to Church, Or. Xt. 1. 
94. 6. 

\^^l Cest Alex. 200. 8 and BA. Correct 
j^JL^^ talents, q.v. col. 1478 11 It. 

*aqu^a.m*^ col. 1476. rfXcV/xara, charms, 
magic spells, Jul. xvii. 12, KrfninNj 1. i7> 
ZDMG. xlvi. 468. 9; **cv-*» %flod^-id.^iS( 
«mfr>n.fliv»^j| BHChr. 51. 19; )L^..wm ;N»j 
amulets, charms against the evil eye, N. Hist, 
viii. 4. Rites, ceremonies of the Church, Jab. 
52. 12; cf. Sophocles' Greek Lex. But from 
the context it is rather relics. 



^<\CVT«\V 



145 



ojori«k*ga^ 



»9>*n»N^ Pers.-Arab. jSl~* JU? and ^.JtJlk 
6arA of a tree of Malabar, Diosc. i. in, 
ii. p. 392, Ar. PflnN. 182; Lag. G. A. 50. 
132. Med. 306 ult., 307 hie, 361. 4, 369. 5. 

]^^ Pass. part. )^^ col. 1477. F. pi. 
Jkooli^ )1^3cicL» fraudulent gifts, bribes, 
Doc. Mon. 33. 9. 

JLx^o^ and Jfcoa^c^ col. 147 7- fl at bread, 
Fremdw. 35, B A. and Hunt. clxx. under J^cld 
col. 1693. 

tw^aboN j unjustly, fraudulently, Hist. 
Mon. i. 102. 18. 

}.- r y* V } col. 1478. Dalmatia, Nau in 
Mart. Pauli, K.O.C. iii. 51. 3, Guidi Trad. 
52 ined. 

^oi^oo^, Jo»W ^ defrauder of God; 
nickname given to tbe Catholicos Timothy, by 
his successor and opponent, Joshua, BHChr. 
Eccl. ii. 1 8 1. 

r^^j for |^m»N^ a talisman, charm, 
Protection 97. med. 

x^ col. 1479. Pael ^^. Part, ^£:*> 
narcotic, causing torpor, BH. de PJ. 106; 
]1s^X£j*> JfcliX heavy slumber, Med. 6. 19. 

Jj££<xJ col. 1479. lethargy, drowsiness, 
Med. 3. 9, 4. 1 o, 5. 12; pi. M^e^ drowsy 
fits or torpor, ib. 3. 5, 193. 19. 

J&s^ mire, \±*^. Jk^ Tckkaf. 96. 

)1 ^\K nq soporific, causing heaviness, pi. 
Med. 6. 1, II-vNjpa \f~ ib. 29. 16. 

1-°^^ col. 1479. a lentil, add: pi. Med. 
86. 5, 98. 12, Hts2> Msl&I ib. 162. 17 and 
often. As a measure JL ]Lia^ y+( ib. 138. 

23; a freckle, \&V ^ )"^-J l^t** ib ' 
585. 8. 

Ijo***^ col. 1479. JL1&? JJci-^-Sl^L^ 

Lenticula stagnina, pond weed, Med. 39. 12. 

K'-'r^S^ lenticular, lentiform, But. Sap. 
Philos. 6. 8. 

a^J col. 1480. to disappear, ^m^I U*£p 
t+a^o tlve warts will dry up and disappear, 
Med. 584. 9. Pa. ^l 1) to remove, jx^^ 
yjW, Ephr. Ref. i. 142. 2; to rout, put to 

2716 



flight, Patr. Or. V. 5. 722. 5. 2) Ar. <jlk ii. 
to repudiate, divorce, yOo»*Ju ^oX^oo Dion. 
30. 15. Ethpa. y£L^i} to dry up, evaporate, 
[.!£> ^-A-X^fco£>? jlj&^bw Med. 138. 11, 
142. 5. 

lia^c^col. 1 48 1. a regiment, troop, li\o^ 
o^^So Patr. Or. v. 5. 722. 3. 

JlS-ft^o^y/c^ bread, BA. and K. i.q.J^o^a^, 
jl^ci^a^ q. v. under k>ao col. 1693. 

lioN^ss col. 1482. that which consumes, 
\2*>f jjn\^.y> the earth conbumes the life of 
all those buried in it, Caus. Caus. 207. 19; 
1*1* IjJUJ? jt^mNft-ao om!^1? U>i*+ Doc. 
Mon. 41. <;. 

ja.^J talc, selenite, Chimie 2. 6. Various 
stones are so-called, jL^f/ > ^>^? ^^ ow£ 
dXaftaaTpiTi]? ib. 9, 6, 9, A^J? ]&)& d^poafK^vos, 
1. 7? dfiiavTos, ib. 1. 9. 

U^ dirt : add pi. ^^S^ Tekkaf. 84. 

} r*\{ col. 1483. a mantle, BB. under 
^^a^q.^,0 col. 1748. 

pJ col. 1483. rnetaph. to restrain, coerce, 
)Li?* fVl Is. Ant. ii. 112. 7, UsJf^ 1. 8. 
Pa. j^sa^j to s/op up, fill up, \S.$)^ ^ojCLJsajso^ 
jiiaSlao U^=» Jab. 371. 14; ?>a v^N ftS; 
to fill up marshy ground with earth, Gest. 
Alex. 208. 14. Aph. ^/"see p. 136. Ethpa. 
p ^j^f to 6e blocked vp as rivers, Gest. Alex. 
69. 14, 16. 

)i*a*.^^ col. 1483. solid (metal), JL^ot? 

)QCLa..V\ 1 (oTCcOoff) 6\()G(j)VpT)TOV, lltX. Sll*. 5°' 9 J 

Gest, Alex. 233. 10; pi. iLaalaa^ 1. 7 ', pi- *"• 
jfeocu;^ ib. 211. 8. 

p_jj Persian prefix to proper names : 
see po^. 

*coo)l*^ a place in Egypt, A.M.B. iii. 589. 

dMCUttlctt.jJ Tci/itao-os-, iii Cyprus, Nold. F. S. 
i. 472. 80. 

(k^ajj Mongol, a writing, deal, J^*3©( J^^fc 
Jofco Jab. 107. 1 1. 



V 



o;-joii-a-*a..^ col. 1485. 



Tahm-Chosroes, 
a Persian general, Jo. Eph. 403- 2I > 404- 8: 

bee po^. 

u 



i*A, 



146 



t"^H7 



^oa^ col. 1485. Infin. JaJLU s *bJSi£-*> 
ELNis. 68. 79. ^~ 

)L-v>j polluted, ]oiL Uow^fOJ ax5 clas fcJ? 
JL&^ jL&4 S. Dan. 62 1> 17. 

;_Y^ j col. i486, metaph. o^io ^i- 2 ^ 
)l^»^t Huns overwhelm the ends of the earth 
like a flood, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii 199. Act. 
part. ]L'j££ "S-aa.^ dissembling enmity, Aphr. 
673. 16. 

^ col. 1488. Put. add: ^J +jj Jb/' 
wo»q-^L-^-^ ?ior cowW any take his words 
amiss, A.M.B. v. 95. i = ^J Pallad. 72. 11. 
To be zealous, emulous, act. part. f. [i£ J> 
Ml A.M.B. v. 493- 17 ; pl- f - U4^S^^ ^ $ 
Natur 2. 5. Ethpc. ^2-llT to be envied, 
*.iJlSJ*>? 001? ku^>/ </w destruction of him 
who is envied, Sev. Lett. 228. 1. 

JL'U| zeal) )nU <X 4^ Satan excites 
false zeaZ m ^s, Is. Ant. ii. 8. 14. 

Jfa^jJ col. 1489. Correct: not L^XiS but 
S..JJL9 a three-stringed lute, Gr. navdovpn or 
fyavbovpa, Ital. yandura, French mandore, 
Span, bandurria, Dozy Suppl. ii. 284. 

LFcuXmAijj pi. m. monies of Tabenna, Pallad. 
100. 7 = A.M.B. v. 122 J^Juaal^. Sec 
^m^flnU^, &c. 

.er%o \ 1 1 read ^ocll^a^ tituvos, chalk, 
Chimie 6. 1. 

.«*'«* J pi. of .uocua^. col. 1443. tone, syllable, 
word ,j»1? ™'J Jo. Tell. 69. 14 = Vit. Monopli. 
84. 20. 

.<v%^ J col. 1491. £0 6ca£ o?vi metal, act. 
part. tOOLm^o 13 H. in Jer. xli. 7. 

j). Vt ™ ™ JV^^> f. 6emr/ hammered out to 
thinness, N. Hist. iii. 2. 3, 

J^cuoi^ col. 1 49 1. Ar. -.^LL, Pers. j.^.3' 
a measure of weight, Arabic diets, give it as 
\ the weight of a carob or carat, \ of a Uji. 
But a )loj? = 4 carats, not 8. (Jhimie 69, 
traiisl. 153: ks^cu»3 \^^ ^*t° °P- Nest. 
149. 19 in Mark xii. 42. 

[u t fl^j>w) T€(T(TUj)iiTKaibiK(iTi], the fourteenth 
Indiction, Sev. Ant. Vit. 281. 1 ; Anecd. Syr. 



iii. 288. 14 and so read 1. 1 1 for (s^d«j^oci^qd^, 
ib. 289. 24 and 254. 16 where Land has 

\jL£ col. 1492. Part, add: ^ U-^4 ^ 
it has not escaped, us, Jul. 21. 15; *-*-^ V 

y) rs . ^ .» V \^^ ^ ^ as not escaped your 
Holiness, ib. 29. 14; y^» ^poX J^ Jl Kur'an, 
Mingaiia, 83 a. 18. 3) U-£^ */te planets; 
add : the four planets are Kronos, Zeus, Ares, 
Aphrodite, lL^ U**!? !&*Jo*> N. Hist. 
Bk. ii. cap. iv. 

|vi-Qy^_Y^ col. 1494 end of par. M.pl. errors, 
v oom1^^> ^ U%^ UW Is. Ant. ii. 
76. 18. 

JJJL^LV2> col. 1495. Add: f. Jl UU 
llSr-ir^ jiV>Q the infallible judgement seat, 
Sev. Lett. 278. 3. 

fc^JJL^Jjfcoo with JJ not remissly, not 
unmindfully. Bar Sal. in Lit. 64. 

^js^. JJc?J^ m. the deck of a vessel, Hist. 
B.V.M. 149. 11, 150. 17. 

cl^J col. 1495. With Jfci^fc to relish, 
appreciate a remark, Pallad. 71. 10. Cf. 
|t! \v> 1 c?t>k vj> wit, v)isdo7ri, Jab. 49. 14 and 
Thes. 1497. A ph. fS^r to mtwnble, f£fc» 
^3/ P yi&l o'oi r ?" ^l^oo A.M.B. v. 
458. 1. Metaph. to speak with taste, be witty 
^a9 ^fc*2U£> J^i\° t 1 *^ \»? Aliikar 



>-*> n. 



) n^ v^ col. 1497. Metaph. 1) taste, flavour 
, f ^y\,\Lt *+}* as it were in full flavour, 
Pallad. 72. 9. 

J^^j j BHGr. 49. 10 gives this form as 
a passive (U~) but no example. 

-O col. 1498. to take away, carry off, 
Ji**9o)o ^0,0 **«ji*)o ^{ depart with dignity 
and go on thy way, " va t'en honorablement " , 
Dion. 22. 1. 2) to bear, tolerate, *i*±&£ bear 
with me, Pallad. 320 ult. 3) to bring tribute 

[SL\} JfcOk*, Vl2> |^»00»f? U^CL^. ^ 

J^j Eh Nis. Chron. 150. 8, 201. 24, 209. 16, 
213. 20, 216. 21. Part. ^J^J add: ^*£>i 
^o»CL.iici U~ his limbs were fall of life, Eplu> 



rdiO-^\j 



147 



n£**£i\ 



Jos. 5. 13; Jj-a-V^ ^Lici^ full of encourage- 
ment, ib. 125. 1. Jbo^as^ ^^{ plump, full- 
bodied, Med. 287. 2. 

locLbJj m. a weighty or important matter, 
III^gd Judj^j o»i.v> ^iW Salidona, in 
writing, let important matters slip, Hist. Mon. 
i. 47. 14- 

\ J o_v^j col. 1500. 1) conductor, carrier, 
JLo? Uo^4 * W ^ ? X .^ " compressed air in the 
ear conducts sound, N. Hist. vii. 1 . 2. Astron. 
(Ptolemaic) the epicycle as carrier of a circle 
or of a planet, N. Hist. Bk. ii. iv. sect. 2 ; 
the eccentric as carrier of the epicycle, ib. 
See yQ^jSLO? Suppl. and jj?^ under *♦** 
Suppl. 2) Ar. ^.clW the plague, pestilence, 
Lexx. under JUlo> col. 2676 and DBB. 1362. 

Ifcocc^ col. 1500. a load. Add: icia^. 
<+V»jcl^J as much as you can carry, A.M.B. 
iii. 592. 1 ; j°im^ ]U>^ a load of money 
^payment, tribute, El. Nis. Chron. 216. 11. 

l^teaj^ Syn. Or. 132. 9 correct j^llscu^ : 
see above under ^o^. 

-*<*££ col. 1 go i. to trip, halt in speech, 

XJ5UJ^ ^J\ 3 J-lj-Nj JIJ\ ^~*>?° Hunt, clxx 
under JIcia^oo. Pael part, halting, limping, 

♦■N^»! Uo?c* 7 Hunt. clxx. Ethpa. *£%tf 
to be tripped up, jbJL^jUo oȣ**jJi U^?^*- 
A.M.B. ii. 578 pen. 

k**U,ciJ^[ with JJ unerringly, correctly, 
Ephr, ed. Lamy ii. 55. 8; so correct for 

jioaJS^-so col. 1 50 1. blundering, JiaA-^so 
jt^ai\^ is\j\\ J^Lo U.oof Hunt. clxx. 

^: -o> \*l )^2>d^ col. 1502- m. pl- 
fllckerings, Tekkaf. 59. 

\&J col. 1502. to press close, to cleave, 
cling, Joo* )&j »#o»cl3? ^^w ^0*0^ he covered 
his face with his hands, Anecd. Syr. ii. 20. 16. 
Pass. part. \£l£, U<^ : ^ U»U ^ ^~ 
koou MjAeo* cZavfi to ^e ground from drought, 
Dion. 165. 1 ; ^ \§l£ ]**} <*> why does this 
snake cling to yon? Hist. 13.V.M. 73 pen., 



J^Jl^o/ > ! o> ? oo»oi-x>l his eyelashes stick 
together, But. Sap. Econ. iii. 1. Pa. ua^ 
1) to press closely, omm»Vw o^w 1^^° Ephr. 
ed. Lamy iii 495, Ephr. Joseph. 308. 4; 
cHia^^iS Jii^jso b)?* o»^>o^> a sea urchin 
presses its light body against a heavy stone, 
Natur 57. 6, 7. To apply, ^o*oL£. fc**£ ^ 
apply (salve) on the forehead, Med. 559. 9 ; 
)juicijc "^S- a4^ Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 17 ; 
metaph. o»lok^o woaLj^ ]&&j we must 
force on his notice the fact of Joseph's death, 
ib. 309 : Is. Ant. ii. 208. 1 ; )&-£( «*^ >v ? 
^a^» Anecd. Syr. ii. 91. 5 ; J&£&o e»« ° > i\ H© 
)oSt A.M.B. iv. 537. 1. 

|^90j5 in. adhesion, BB. under )^jo^cldW 
col. 253 ; yu£> JJ? Jbo? ]>+&<&£ juxtaposition of 
incoherent words, id. under \*U ^>a3 col. 
3305, DBB. 796. 4. 

)'<*jj col. 1503. steep side, )fc^ 'J^J ^J <fo 
awfe o/J/m? roof, BHGr. i. 56. *5 J )*°t$? ^ 
steep ascent of the mountain, Mar Bassus 
32. 436. 

\lty application, bandage, Med. 47. 19. 

JfclaJ f. gram, a pom£, mar&, Hist. Ant. 
Gram. Merx. 126. 17; pi. U*~*&1 ^J 1. 13, 
124. 6. Of a plant, perhaps Orchis Maculata, 
\§ ; ^^ qXy. fc^ {£ Aas marks, is spotted, 
Med. 600. 1. 

)^j a small place in the neighbourhood of 
Nisibis, A.M.B. i. 485. 

^^aa.^ Ta(jw(TipLov — Tomb of Osiris, 
a fort in the desert, Pet. Ib. 67. 18, see note 
to transl. 

<JL^ 2) to strike, smite, «o*ci3 ( ^X **&^ 
he strikes his face with his hands, beats his 
face, Takhsa 20. 8, 38. 14; ~^ «o»o^/ 
]^ J t ~ Jo*, Jo. Toll. 73. 20; ~o*o~^ 
Hist. Mon. i. 103. 4. 

\J+2lI m. the flat of a sword, v o^aoJ w^-ao 
o*2l*o>9 Ua^a Joseph. Narses 99. 14, 10 1. 16. 
Three manuscripts have Us^ for \s>*i in the 
following passage: U^l? ^^ "Vo ^ 
^ocMffcoo they tremble at the sound of a leaf 
or at the rustling of trees, Is. Nin. B. 280. 6. 

U 2 



KUxS>\ 



148 



-^v?A? 



U*&.£ col. 1504. 1) an expansr^ Jl1.&..^ 
JuOOa,?, Protection <S4. 14. 2) beating, sound 
Of blows, M>J Jua, 0*^*0 JU^»> ^t^i A.M.B. 
v. 24. 15 = BB.'s quotation from Paradisus. 
Patrum under i^^-i and that from Pat. Vit. 
under klaa!^ col. 1504, Hist, Mon. i. 288. 1 ; 
^o»oi>o»? ^^-i ih. 313. 10. Gf. Y**=*»l above. 

^24} Pael ^i^ col. 1504. To defile; 
)li.A\f)" 6 kJ( *%JL^>b you have been defiled 
by the Devil, Hist. Mon. i. 226. 9. 

JLa^ add refs. )oo»d .oom^/ ^^^a.^ their 
hands are defiled with blood, Jul. 98. 18. See 
under JJL^a^ above. 

Jla^ col. 1504. fdth, pi. .oau:>cu*? Jla^J 
Epbr. ed. Lamy i. 81. 6 ; Syn. Or. 39. 17. 

toa^ col. 1505. Ethpa. oax4^i( £0 rfafe 
refuge, with o, Ephr. iii. 413 B. 

)ts«\9>^ col. 1505. a thick rug or carpet, 
ref. Op. Nc&t. 95. 4 gloss Jl>?/'; pi. Warda 
246 r marg. Jloo/. 

|^2l^ col. 1505. 1) a 2^ nca ^ e ) usually 
written tn-ijj q. v. Add : KpDD Neo-Heb. 
Levy, G. A. Lag. 49. 126, jp.Lt modern 
Arabic, ZDMG. 1. 645, Kev. Etudes Juivcs, 
xxvii. 277 n. 2. 2) cover, lid, Takhsa 106. 5. 

J^J col. 1505. finger or toenail. 7 of par. 
^.'3.^ ^^' **^f° fS /rom o?/r tender infancy, 
Mich. Syr. 282. 1 1 ; Hist. Mon. i. 169. 2) claws, 
talons, add: ^o^^o <w».<Y.^ ^o i.^. fc^lo 
Apoc. iv. 8 Gwynn, yoot-i^o jl~ )♦«*» ^^si 
o^£ 1W Bagst. 5) ^ onyx; j^Si^o yOJ^ 
oapdowg, sardonyx, ib. xxi. 20 id., where Bagster 
lias joco»o»;flo. 6) a disease; growth of a 
membrane over the eye, Med. 79. 7, );Q> ; 
JliIj^?, ib. 90. 17, 91. bis, 93. i. 

Jl'^f pi. Jt'm f. i.q. JZaJ 2. ^e nZaw;.s of 
a bat, Natur 25. 15, ^onJ^J? JUa.^ ib. 
35- '7- 

+L^ /o conceal oneself, hide, Jb^o h'r'xi^ 
claS^ yOop? ^ lurking-places and hollows 
where they lay hidden, Dion. 15. 21, act. part, 
m. pi. ^ i ^ ib. 123. 10, 189. 4, 233. 9. 
Ethpe. ofcil^!/ fr; /?///'/£, lie hidden, Dion. 1 1 r. 7, 
233. 12. But to take refuge, ib. 130. 23: 
c.f. un4^. Mold, on Dion. WZKM. x. 166. 



Juiaci^ m. indistinctness y ]L.33V^-*a Ia9c^ 
1.1-a-^? muttering tinder the breath, reference 
lost. 

. Q.^.^^ tciktov, a fixed sum or quantity, 
c*kJ^a:>)oo> i<i^ia^ his ration, daily provision, 
Alexis 8. 4. 

)i£ and *++£ to knock against, to put out an 
eye. With ace. )l££ U*JL yj* Natur 31. 9; 
^a^d i*i^ he smote thee lightly, Ephr. ed. 
L any iii. 67, To leave, let, i\j* **+^ let it cool, 
Ohimie 20. 12, » n » w;^ ib. 50. 1. Ethpa. 
c*^l( to be dislocated, put out, 04^ *r&^i 
t^^Jo, Ballad. 545. 17, CH&lafco k^-o u^jl( 
his shoulder was dislocated, Med. 121. 1, 3. 

Y+'t^-l ni. a blow, .oot^fCL^ ^o >&J Jl 

Warda 52 r. 

Utj{ col. 1508. 2) pressure, impulse, Med. 
178. 23. 

Uuv^ col. 1508. plaster, Hist. Mon. i. 
1 22. 16. 

JfcL^ f. daubing, )oo» i^? IJL^f Jfc^^i 
jr;.^oX Hist. Mon. i. 98. 13. 

^^1;^ Tripoli, B.O.C iii. 338 11. 3. 
Usual form *xn »\ aSu ^ . 

U^^j col. 1 510. mentioned by BH. as 
a foreign (JJLIjoL^) word with gloss j^a^* 
commotion, Put. Sap. iv. 3. 

Jlijd*^ col. 1 510. Kef. Romn^jp Jlo JlofO^ 
bustle and disorder, Syn. Or, 222. 2.5. 

^cl^'I^ia^.^ rpayaKcivBa, gum tragacanth, 
Med. 83. 13, 86. 2, 183 ult„, 164 bis, 181. 18; 
J^kfi£j^ sic for 5, JW fc^u/ ])^M«J^ 
•I^^iTbH. do PI. 102. Cf. Ar. PflnN. 49> 
109 and ZDMG. xliii. 126. 

?^ col. if, 10. )\i~l course, race, ^o*^ 
J-aa* J?*^ J3^ I^O* the inoon hastens 
towards the davm in swift course, Jac. Sai*. 
Horn. iii. 75. 19. 

ya^,r>o^ rpvfiXtov, a half -pint measure, 
Kpiph. v. 9. 

yCL^o i£ col .1512. rpvydiu, Trygon pastinaca, 
the sling-ray, N. Hist. vii. 3. 1, Ar.EischN.568. 
94, Diosc. i. 176; UsJ? v 5 ^?^ Med - 2 ^* I9 ' 



CtoapC-aG-O^ 149 

kflooUo^ (>&iSL\+o+£ 1) pr. n. m. TpouW 
in Pamphylia, Nold. P. S. i. 472. 

>)©«-*{ col. 151 2. TfxwWa. a ladle, pan y 
Chimie 32. 21, 84. 20; Med. 566. 3, 567, 7. 

a»ojo»J for fcfloajjaJ a chisel, *c\.n\ ^ v\ N 
ILtoj^j ) b-i - ^ ^>qjo'^.^ oO-^ ft meteoric 
stone so hard that it was hardly possible to cut 
a chip off with a chisel, N. Hist. iii. 2. 1. 

J^9o^J for ^3o;^ col. 151 4. rpmri), the tropic 
or solstice, Do Astrolabe 80. 6, w^o;^ 1. 3, 
bk^ ]. 11, JlSo^ 84. 3, 6, 245. 15, pi. 
^ci3o^ ib. 1. 13. 

Us>o±£ m. pi. Turks, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 
197. 2. 

u»o>)^^ col. 1514. Tartarus. Add: pi. 
0)J^^ the infernal regions, Greg. Carm. 121, 
17, Jlu^j Ckwt ^»o^^J Charms, quoted 
from the MS. 

v*%$ col. 1 51 5. U^'4^ k**° hoil ' m <J 
water, Brief Xti 101. 3 af. 

Jl^jajJ agitation, add : ^6 o»l^^ Ss f I^jcl^ 
the vehemence of their distress, Jab. 103. 8. 

ma^J^ var. ;AA,i^ci Pers.^So^l illustrious] 
the Great King, A.M.B. ii. 576 ult. 

Vplu^f^ the stiwj-ray, Natur 55. 8. See 
V^^P^ co1, r 5 12 - 

U^^J col. 1 517. rplyXa, Mullus barhatus, 
the red mullet, N. Hist. vii. 3. 1, Ar. FischN. 
568. 92. 

^oo^om;^ col. 1 51 7. tertian fever, Hippoc. 
iii. 20, iv. 59. 

%<aa*;^ pcrh. rpix "' 1 * "* Epiph. 49. 71. 
See Hultsch, Metrologie 106. 

^\a.jid«l.^ r/nWXof, a trivet, Chimie 
285 n. 1. 

•m*Djo f *i rplopxos, a kind of falcon or kite, 
N. Hist. vii. 4. 5. 

o Vi.Nft. || TpipiOovs, Trimithus, a bpric. in 
Cyprus, Nold. F. S. i. 47 2 - 79- 

^na.oci,;^ col. 1518. Tpijti/ow, one-third 
°f an aureus, Anecd. Syr. ii. 261 quater, 
^«oo^{ Jos. Styl. 79. 2 ; one-third of a 
Xpixrivos, Dion. Tned. 480. 16. 



]jcvQo.^ Tpi(TKe\i)9, a tr?2)od, Gest. Alex. 8. 9 ; 
^»\cvnru;j ib. 106. 8; ^\,Qm?jj ib. 98 ult., 
99- 3- 

)?a^.^{ col. 1 519 ult. PI. Jfaa^^J? HoIiA, 
tripod ravings, i. e. Delphic oracles, Greg. 
Carm. 32. 12. 

^a^j aa* ^ col . 1 5 2 o . TpiTr vpytov, Tripyrgion 
part of the city of Amid, Mich. Syr. 258. 14, 6 
and 4 af., Anecd. Syr. iii. 206. 26, 207. 8. 

iO>a^.^{ col. 1520. ashes, Warda 246 v, 
marg. Icscl^d. 

J^joJL&-»«^{ Tpa7r€(ov?, Trapezius, Anecd. Syr. 
ii. 247. 3; J^joS^ Scv. Ant. Vit. 301. 10. 
See J3^{ col. 1526. 

^a**^ col. 1520. a medicine of triple 
ingredients. Refs. JL'tcLbj ^iL«^ Med. 311, 
13, U>%iu^ ib. 317. 21. 

JuLa*;^J TpinXov?, a triple astrolabe, Be 
Astrolabe 74. 

Uo^ col. 152 1. bono sensu expert in war, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 6. 2, 131. 26, Jl^;-as ^>^ 
ib. 230. 15. 

a»ctX^J Tralles, a city of Asia, Anecd. Syr. 
ii. 184. 5; oboII^ Sev. Ant. Vit. 57 ult., 
66. 4. 

Jl*b^ or ?l^o«4 liame °f an Emir, Jab. 
125. 13. 

^j»^J a village in the diocese of Amid, 
Dion. 22. 21, 23. 4. 

^»m v^ see ^ci\*Na»;^. 

Jfclm^b;^ BH. Gr. i. 23. 10 i. q. J^Ia^od^ 
a sandal, col. 1522. 7 of par., )1^* «\^ 
)H^ h^DoI A.M.B. i. 517. 16. 

\S 1% Jlint, col. 1522. Jl'cu i^so f. induration, 
BB. under ^|lv>o; »ftcno ^004^000 i.e. GKipos, 
G-KLp(op.aTa, DBP. 1384. 

)*j^ Tarauton, a fortress in Cappadocia, 
Brooks Chron. 574. 7, 582. 7, Patr. Or. v. 5. 
743- 11. 

JlL^jU (V^») name of a prison in Damascus, 
A.M. I>. iii. 340. 



;»cutoi\ 



150 



*A 



yd^u^ a prescription for internal chills, 
Med. 31 j. 10, 393. 16. 

&+^ col. 1523, Pael &l^ 1) to glance, 
)l>ft ™\ ^l»^o)j,,vy^ ^u3^.2oKal-w-Dim. 
70. 8. Cf. Arab. i-i.-J? a look, glance. 
2) denom. from )&+£ to pluck leaves. Ref. 
Jfc^oD <9^ Patr. Or. v. 5. 712. 3. 

\&4 col. 1525. 15 of par. )U^Df <»*&+£ 
the lobes of the liver, Med. 352. 6, 19. ^3^ 
)'c* v^> the edges or fringes of a cloak, Hist. 
Mon. i. 187. 13. 

[£i£ or ]&+% col. 1525. throbbing, pulse, 
beats, Med. 224. 12. 

Jja9^[ dimin. a skiff, BB. under ]*+**&> 
col. 2626. 

J fef.j.ft ; jj i. q. n>x<a tyvWov, betel, BB. under 
v a^9 col. 3147. 5; Jfo^? Jk^ii^ Med - 575- 
3, 7, JLji^o Jk-a9^ 11. 10, 18, 585. 21. 

}fai£ fine flour, col. 1526. Add: Jl^S^ 
U-Lofcoo Jl Aas wo plural, BHGr. i. 32. 11. 

Jufc^^ m.pl. Terphaei, Chron. Min. 355. 
19, 20. Cf. U^B'4 * Esdr " iv * 9- 

*m3;J from rpaircC iTal perh. to withhold 
#oods ta7Z tfAe yjroce rim; ^ ; n^°>»^o? yQJo» 
BH. Norn. 217. 6. Yar. ^1^3 ♦£-*>?. 

^aS;^ Lat. Tarpeius, Jia^ uac^;^ </*<? 
Tarpeian rock, Anecd. Syr. iii. 50. 22. 

jdL( col. 1527. to drive out, chase away, 
^*>L ^j*> yQL>l *o^ Anecd. Syr. ii. 294. 2; 
Dion. 63. 8, 235. 11. 

*^, \J>4 col. 1528. PI. \U>4 nobles, 
notables, Dion. 128. 18, 166. 24. Adj. add: 
JfclolJ )ioj a clear or glovnng fire, Oh'nnie 33. 
23; )h^*4 Jk-*^> strong sulphur, ib. 39. 6; 
JjjjJ [m**j brass of fine quality, ib. 43. 20. 

. o ) )jio:.J TpciKrarov, a treaty, Syn. Or. 
527. 1, \°^»h*'4 i]) - 529- 28, ^.^^ col. 



1,^28. Anecd. Syr. iii. 247. 4, pi. l^c^J)^ 
ib. 232. 21, 246. 21. 

jUu^jd -+1 col . 1 5 2 8 . tri cl i n i u m , a banqueting 
hall, ^.a^3? i>*.ui>j3«4} Anecd. Syr. ii. 242. 
22, 24, 245. 3; Warda 246 r with gloss 
)l*^o>o U*>'i Jfc^>; an upper room, M.Z. 68, 
63, S. George 19 b 7 af. 

**,;J col. 1529. to efom&, £cmi£, with o, 
act. part, o +,+£ Is. Ant. ii. 16. 2; A.M.B. 
445- T 3- 

o^J^J col. 1529. Parel conj. S. Fraenk. and 
R. Duval derive this from ^cl^J, Beit. 
Assyr. iii. 76, Duval gram. par. 176. Inf. 
cAq ^-Jj i-o ^ ^ t° besmear, bedaub him = 
ironically to make him a bishop, Syn. Or. 
73 pen. Eth parel *j|^l7 add : to befoul 
oneself hy unlawful marriage, Jab. 287. 3. 

U^ col. 1529. Gram, to elide one of two 
similar letters, ch^ « i»a^.soo )»«» X ^loo.«;^0 
BA. under JJI^o*-*> col. 967. Pass. part, 
pi. f. JfcHiJ secrets, Kal-w-Dim. 226. 1. Pael 
pass. part. pi. f. J^ji^jso hiding-places, Mon. 
Syr. i. 92. 9. 

ja*^ secret, Ja*£.2> > ^X he entered secretly, 
Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 761. 12 af. Cf. N.-Syr. 
col. 1532. 

)lU*i f- a hiding-place, Jul. 26. 13, Hist* 
Mon. i. 118. 4. PL JfcooiLl Jl^i^ o*!^* 
he led him by dark arid hidden ways, ib. 
clxvi Syr. 5. Trs. hither two refs. following 
"latebrae", col. 1530. 5. 

^cl^ Tsol or Siil, pr. n. probably a tribe 
giving its name to a place in Gurgan SE. 
of the Caspian, Mon. Syr. ii. 68. 5, Tabari 
123, Pers. Mart. 277 ff. 

fco*J, Ifc^ Pers. OwiJ a tray, pan, bason, 
jfcu^d k*>f/ lay on a tray, Chimie 34. 12, 
fco*£.s ^ 1. 15; )Lub* fc**^ saucer of 
a lamp, C.B.M. 491 a. 



00 



K^lo&teKX* 



151 



ujp^^o °i,g>||u 6 NeimoKfoos, of Neapolis in 
Pisidia, Nbld. F. S. i. 473- 115. 

o|*. lu^icu col. 1535. desirous, longing, 
one of the forces of the animal soul is the 
l^jeu Juiiju. JLL N. Hist. viii. 3. 1. PL 
Theol. 4. 3 tit. quoted under (Jo1*do?. 

^*^U m.pl. Turk, cb rebels, Jab. 157 
pen. with gloss J«-*^, 162. 7, 169. 9; )J^ 
ib. 193. 1. 

Um*Jw» for |Lb>*7 Isaiah , Ann. X* uu »jIt"»j> 

Eus. ed. McLean 416. 10. 

Lj^oJu Jamnia, a sea port of Palestine, 
Nbld. F. S. 468. 11. Usually spelt ^'iv^. 

ycuuaao)u 'lavovwv, a mountain in Media, 
Jac. Edes. Hex. xxxvii. 9. 

U»oi»U i. q. ycuJcuL/ Iconium, Nbld. F. S. 
47 2 . 92. 

)w*9ch2u» see U£^»{ col. 136. Iberia, Sev. 
Lett. 114. 14, 252. 8. 

yViflo a^» pr. n.in. Ahikar 52. 1 &c. should 
be ^aajaoa^j TJDD to3 Nabusemakh. 

vntt ^ i col. 1538. 9. 2A0 tfo's, ref. so corr. 
for tfln^'i Natur 33. 10 n. gloss Jljoj JLL. 

^2n col . 1 5 3 8 . Pael part. lK*.v> aphrodisiac, 
Budge, jl^klv) )ta^ Med. 600. 21. Ethpa. 
\o!l Tn.B. construction, o^wui o\a^l/ lit, 
/ier life was led = s/*e Z<?d fer fo/e, S. Pelag. 
2. 21. Aph. ^Wto conduct The bladder 
I^cooo Ju?*^o )^t **+} Hebraica iv. 215. 253. 

Uici* col. 1540. course, add: <*^>cu JJj? 
the sun </oes on its uniform course, Ephr. Ref. 
1. 22. 38. 

U^Iao col. 1541. Add: Jfcls**,? ti^o* v> 
a genealogist, BH. on Luke iii. 23. 

^Ll Heb. /3> Jabal, Gen. iv. 20, Lee, 
Mausl, Urm., ^cJ ib. Hex. ed. Lag., ^£1 
E phr. i. 47. 

JtoLal f. pi. Heb. N»H»? skiffs of reeds, 
Plex. Jes. xviii. 2 where Pesch. and Maus. 
have yOi^aiSj JL>)1» and Aquila jUfco? UUo 



[JLo+^u* col. 1542. £/*e mandrake: the 
badenjan, aubergine or 6Zac& egg-plant, Med. 
85. 15, 86. i, 148. 18, Uo^J? J£a*j ]ls.Si^i> 
ib. 297. 13, 426. 19; Ju£oiu=J ^*J ib. 263. 20, 
i. q. ^>ol ib. 600. 8 : *61^1^a7 U*o'^I you 
have drunk mandragora, i.e. have stupefied, 
benumbed the senses, Nest. Herac. 263. 14. 

*i^ col. 1543. Jfclil^I f. pi. raisins, Med. 
564. 16, JfcLacLio/ JfcU^* 1. 6, 569. 12. 

cf. vu*r. 

h 1 **r\ T m. drought, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 
95 ult - 

JUl*^* col. 1544. Jfr.»la-Y. ]i,a.^09 x € P aaL0V 
fiop(f)rj any terrestrial form = land animal, 
A.M.B. v. 353. 8; pi. f. % I U iLT the 
same, N. Hist. vii. 1. 5. \£ I i >Sl Jti>J^ 
peninsulas, Jac. Edes. Hex. xii. 6. 

Jj^cl. m. drought, Jiiiscu ^o JLaoiL JJ 
A.M.B. v. 467. 5. 

Is^. U^^ col. 1545. 1) gloom, deep 
thought. Add to ref. Jes. xvi. 3 ; Ephr. ii. 46. 
C. in loc. where U^pL" is glossed by )^4nV 
U^pr a^iio Jl be not wrapped in deep 
thought, Tekkaf. 161. 2) a terror, horror, 
BHOhr. 224. 4, 270. 9, U4pl£x v**x*, ^ 
joo»? id. Chr. Eccl. 683. 12. A synonym for 
J^euT bent of the mind, K. col. 2328; for 
JLaA*-*.^. profound thought, id. 2838. 

Ui^olT adj. from U^pr gloomy, JJuLoL 
Ut^pr gloomy depression leads to diseases of 
the soul, But, Sap. Eth. iv. 3. 



see 



♦^ Eshtaph. *^&fc!jfc7"col. *546. to cast 
away, ] L coci f ^j^^L •^©KW Tekkaf. 42 and n. 

Ji, )L>1 col. 1546. the hand. Add: 1) a 
handful, Jlojiciflo )l*l a handful of rhubarb, 
Med. 213. 3, )l*\f c*^3 half a handful, ib. 

2) a copy, manuscript, JL©*p/ fc^l ^>fco 
we had three copies made, Or. Xt. i. 300. 14. 

3) ^o»op/ k*2£>9? his signatures, autographs, 
Sev. Lett. 19. 19. 4) pi. arm-cloths, the long 
strips of cotton which Orientals wear twisted 



K'.vrda 



152 



cu 



round their arms, JjoJLs Ufco? )!•?»♦■*/ ^S^^**' 
Pallad. 517. 4 af. Cf. col. 1547' 6). 

j#~»^> )f\a one by one, Pet. lb. 44. 8, 
109. 19, A.M.B. iii. 428; one after another, 
Philox. 59. 14. 

)++ Eshtaph. fc#?ol£ifc7 col. 1551. to promise, 
Add : #0 6e promised N. B. construction 
Jlio ts-Tfol^f sAc was promised husbands, 
Kal-w-Dim. Bick. 74. 20. 

>^|L- col. 1555. 32. Act. part. )L=>o»* wh.£^I 
experts in gold, Nest. H6rac. 10. 1 1/12. 

Jkl^^ col. 1560. 2) m?W. Add: cf. 
NHeb. Hjn mind, intention. Loo* |lUo» 
JcH^k/ loik t-o?? afc^^ Philox. 92. 3. 

JL P a^?oJijso f. the faculty of expression, 
Pallad. 444. 4, also 4 Mace. 81. 12 SrjXcoots 
" Urim " but perhaps correct )1ojl^>o»y> as 
ib. 95. 22. 

fcs* Y12L ? aLso col. 1 5 6 1 . evidently, expressly, 
Ephr. ed. Lamy ii. 125. 

jLax^*Ifco© col. 1562. recognition, identifi- 
cation, J^Joj* Lcu^J^jso ^s^o, N. Hist, 
iii. 2. 2. 

)t>k?oa* col. 1562. PL symptoms of disease, 
Med. 61 bis, 67 bis, 267. 2, 269. 12 ; JLojj&o/ 
JokiooA,? tfAe art of diagnosis, ib. 272. 13; 
yv(op[(TfxaTa f Galen. 267. 6. 

^JS>*J prob. cij a &mtZ 4/ grape, Med. 
468.2. 

oom Pass. part. col. 1565 end of par. 
With verb Joo» or with ^ and pers. pron. 
Joo*jsoX cx*om for ytvto-Cai it must be, A pot*, 
iv. 1, xxii. 6, ed. Gwynn, ^X o*om Set at, 
ib. x. 11, ^L *o?5 Bagst. yOo»X v^om &! 
avTovs ib. xi. 5, o££ *o?J 8ct cwTou Bagst. 



Qf}^ ^^N. of^. foi auToi/ fitlvai, il). xvii. IO 

Bagst. o^ a.^^ o>^ a>?>; om^^ ^o** 
ib. xx. 3. Col. 1565 end of 1st par cx*om 
^sry. y-* gifted, gracious, A.M.B. v. 10. 9. 

jLoiioMfcoi col. 1568. the being imparted, 
opp. jl'eti^flft i.ko2> Isoyahb ed. Duvul 135. 9 
= Hist- Mon. ii. 139. 9. 

loo*-* col. 1568. foof-Ii/ denom. verb 



Etbpalpal conj. to turn Jew, be proselytized, 
BH. Schol. in Act. xiii. 43. 

U?oom add: JI^joom Jj£*7 Jewish fever, 
Charms 18. 27, 28; ellipt. 3. 7, 18. 6 af. 

iOii»900M explained as Jfcs*ja* J^)b AWos 
'lovda'tKo?, Judaean stone, Chimie 8. 16; see 
below under \&\o. 

wom col. 1570. interj. Id, Id, Theodoret. 
Nestle Z. A.T.W. 1901, 329. 

^om, Votl col. 1570. Denom. verb Ethpauel 
^ciori( to troop, throng, ot fcw^o»oli( 
o*»^l hU±*U, DBB, 344. 

^Na.\o»l place-name, prob. in Arabia, Bar 
Penk. 142. 12. 

fOM Jahar, a judge, Stud. Syr. ii. 14. 1. 

^A)jUo- Juvenalis, bp. of Jerusalem, 
Diosc. ed. Nau 22. 5 ; jcoAIjUcu, uaooJLrscu 
ib. 58. 1 ult., Chron. Min. 21. 8, %ado1Llscu, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 341. 8, Pleroph. 13. 5 and n., 
15. 8, 10, 11. Vars. ^o]Iia^<x», ^ojloa^ 

?a*, ]?cu col. 1572. an iota, jot, 0/ Jjcu 
J^^qo, Ephr. ed. Lamy i. 377. 9. 2) PL JfdU 
jots, writs, lines. A formula, charm ; : o> : o* .^ 
abbrev. for ^*^o» J*cu **^£ he who bears 
these lines, Protection 1 ult., 3. 8, 16, 20, 
79 bis, 88 ter, &c. 

J Jo!* col. 1573. a leopard, cheetah, pi. Jlo'jfo* 
Hist. Mon. i. 247. 4, Lag. G. A. 83. 139. 

ocu, JL^ooT cob 1576 after 2nd par. f. pi. 
constr. )^^,bL V^oallk in dies aeternitalis, 
for ever, in perpetuity, Journ. As. 1906. 2. 
284, 7. 

^gcil ^00 cu day after day, day by day, 
Pallad. 80. 15. 

i.^jL/ add : ji^f o'ot jlttJ&.«/ astron. 
"jour maximum }t the longest day? B.O.C 
xv. (19 10), 240. 

JoA^ool* col. 1579. *• Dele: it should be 
JoisLaDci pvfx(f)al(t y see col. 2323 and Ar. PflnN- 

4i3- 

yQ*. jLoJcu col. 1579. Greek scholarship 
o&D9 oot? o»lao<x» Hippoc. xxi. 1 cf. note, 
Or. Xt. i. 302. 12. 



r&Cu 



153 



Jbcu Armenian form of the name John, 
Ant. Patr. 306. 1. 

yd^jcu Jonaton, son of Noah, born after 
the Deluge, Apis «^. 5, Schatzh. 138. 7 and 
n. n 5 . 

tttjlua* 'iojwoy, the Ionian Gulf i.e. the 
Adriatic Sea, Jac. Edes. Hex. xi. 14. 

*£Doa*fipcu Aesop h.e. JJfco&f U^l^& B.O. 
iii. i. 7 ; *a>a&*^cuj JI)S-» Hochfeld Fabel 26 
and Einleitung 5-7, Kal-w-Dim. x. 1. Con- 
fused with Flavius Josephus, col. 1582. 

^QttlidQdcu Ilippasus, philosopher, BH. 
ap. Hebraica iii. 250. 7. 

Hdcu adj. ofJoppa, J^*9o* Jl^*^ a maiden 
of Joppa, Ward a 2 2 1 r. 

^j^o^ Hippocrates, Med. 6. 21, 15. 20, 
16. 9, 116. 12, 191. 9 and often. Cf. 
^fla^lLoaa*/ col. 165. 

Uacu col. 1582. image, figure. PI. ^obcu 
Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 445. 3. Add : a figure 
of speech, trope, Sev. Ant. Vit. 13. 8. jjjacu 
^>>-\^ji in a list of Church furniture, Takhsa 
146. 6. 

JLjjloq.* figured in the mind, mental, mL?( 
U 1 i.oqL opp. JoLLso-a-cu^ ]liL?f But. Sap. 
Philos. 4. 4. 

^aT col. 1583. denom. from jjjdcu. to form , 
shape, yCiifl»>o yOt^J ^flocuofk^o J^ffcJ^ 
*o carpenter and make doors and seats, Tim. 1. 
ed. Braun 26. With (Xocu to form an image 
in tlie mind, Ebed J. Card. 25. 2, 30. 4 ; 
Hcuao ;iij*f uou u Henoch que caracterise 
la grdce " Sev. Ant. Vit. 212. 5 = Sir. xliv. 

virtues which characterize tlie godly man, ib. 
2 5 5- 1- Ethpa. ^sZXT to be figured, )o^/ 
Laocuo )fcs^l^> ^aifeoo? Bar Sal. in Lit. 
94. 17. 

^*o#. See p. 156 a 2. 

H'culolio f. characterization, But. Sap. 
Periherm. 1. 4. 

U 1 n Tfc^p col. 1583. Add: 1) i. q. Ar. 
J-s^u figurative, IlLaufcce Jiooao But. Sap. 

2716 



Periherm. 1. 4. 2) represented, Umlfcoii 
ju^di-o id. Theol. 1. 5. 3) imaginary, 

)?-» ^»o*^> JJ *so )u2>! *do y»». 01*33)0 

N. Hist. viii. 4. 6. 

)iV> iijnIto£> col. 1583. characterization, 
jld^ai IcLLUalfcoo But. Sap. Philos. ii. 4. 
PI, mental concepts, Jtoiialfcoi lcal^,v> v> 
id. Isag. 1.2; Philos. 2. 4 ter. 

fcflool^XDQ* i. q. jl^xocu col. 1584. vmivOos, 
a jacinth, Apoc. xxi. 20 ed. Gwynn. 

fftlJL. Pers. Yazdaidad, Bp., ZDMG. xliii. 
395- 2. 

??JL Pers. Yazdad, Bp. of Rew-Ardasir, 
ZDMG. xliii. 396. 6 ; Bp. of Herat, ib. 400. 6 ; 
Syn. Or. 43. 11, 64. 29 : 621. 

oOfJL Pers. 1) m. Yazdoi, Bp. of 'Herat, 
ZDMG. xliii. 396. 11 ; Syn. Or. 43. 18; 621. 
2) f. martyr of Beit Slok, A.M.B. iv. 

201, 207. 

l^tta3?JL» Pers. pr. 11. Yazdkhwast, Bp. of 
Media, Syn. Or. 479 =214. 19. So correct 
fcsa»oaJL ZDMG. xliii. 406. 15. 

*JU?Jl» Pers. pr.11.1n. Yazdinnan, Isoyahb 
ed. Duval 76. 3. I. q. ^*?C col. 1585. 

jo£u*,*JL» Pers. pr.n.m. Yazdsapor, Isoyahb 
ed. Duval 36. 14. 

Josf^Ju for U^JJL col. 1585. Pers. *Ll> *'), 
Yazdpana, P>p. of Nineveh, ZDMG. xliii. 
404. 9 ; oUJS^ju Bp. of Maaltha, ib. 403. 3. 
Mart, under Chosroes 1, Jab. 394. 6 ff. ; 
om»&^V*o )oC^/ jp^tLk«.a0f, ib. 395. 13, 
Pers. Mart. 87 n. 785. 

♦,^|ci2>^)L Pers. pr. n. Yazdbozedh, ZD1\[G. 
xliii. 397. i and 11. I. q. ^JoojJL col. 1585. 
Mart, under Chosroes, Tabari 287 n. 1. 

J*o^J col. 1587. juJf^w (Uj^) murky 
fumes, But. Sap. Eth. iv. 5. 

JL, ¥+U~+ col. 1588 pen. and 1589 mid. 
of par. pi. m. ju£U* accidents which are 
peculiar to one thing as blackness to ink, one 
of six sorts of accident, BB. under U,^col. 
661, where the part about U~**+ is incomplete. 

x 



Av.rC'.lMO.XJSO 



154 



e** 



Cf. DBB. 454. oC^ S» ]ts+l**~-z it is singular 
in this, its peculiarity is, Natur 52 P en * 

k^lt**aJL» col. 1589. Add: iiovocjntyUt, 
4 Mace. i. 27. 

X^l* col. 1590, to mis-carry, be abortive, add * 
Hippoc.iii. 12, v. 27, 31, 34, 35, 41, 42, 5°> 5 2 > 
vii. 25. Of goats and sheep, N. Hist. vii. 4. 4. 
Used of wheat not forming ears, ^^*^» K&-»* 
^la^o Dion. 165. 1. 

JLa^»T f. abortion, Hippoc. iv. 23. 

^JL*. J&woircol. 1591. despondency ', But. 
Sap. Eth. iv. 5 bis. 



j^ efvy^ r col. 1591. Schatzh. 182. 10, Op. 
Nest. 97. 22, Loth on 1 Beg. iv. 23. Condor, 
Tent-viork, i. 1 7 2, identifies it with our roe-buck 
and says that a great valley S. of Oannel is 
named from it, YahmiLr. Also Lag. G. A. 
52, Arm. Stud. § 1546, Pract. Miss. 42-64. 

fcv.L**- uncertain. Perh. the freight of a 
caravan, Jos. Styl. 54. 1 where Martin 
has fcw*j. 

•^ Aph. ^o/^col. 1594. Add: «Xaib 
]J>I^]tegetter of the Warrior, name of a plant, 
its blossoms are shaped like a hood and shine 
at night, Med. 598. 1. 

•&, Ji^T col. 1594. 3) offspring, children, 
N.B. f. )L^; ; pj ^-^ .o»fc*r»-QJ> *JBLm.l 
o»lJXi ^>^o Epiphany service, Gaza, Maclean. 

)lojcf\» parentage, Hormizd. 53. 

)iVUN+ birth, astron, JfcliX? jLo*^ New 
Year, Georg. Arab. 27. 12 i.q. Jfc^ii? J«^<^£> 
see below, )lo*i} )Lo*a^» the rising or birth 
of the moon is its transit to the west of the 
sun, ib. 1. 16, 28. 5, 6. |u»an, l oNr i? Jio**^* 
jlZ** Jl^xi? the rising of Sirius is the beginning 
of the New Year, ib. 11. 7, 8. 

J^cuJd col. 1596. Astron. JfcLuLf J^os© 
New Years Day — the rising of the Dog Star, 
Georg. Arab. 24. 5, 10, 25. n, 27. 9 ; J«Xa*> 

)lj* Jfca*? U*a* l^oo/ ib. 11. 11-13. 

Ut^cii col. i597- f. pi- Jlsii^Qio jl^L 
midwives v)ho assist at birth, G. Busame 786, 
15, 16. Metaph. R^i? kpwoao JLoa.uo 



thoughts which beget prayer, Is. Nin. 8 r, 5 af. ; 
JodI^jw? Ij^qj^? IS— to ib. 

)?aN^ Anecd. Syr. iii. 258. 3. Corr. )>a^ 
"EXou/jot, Ilerulians, so Brooks in loc. p. 225. 
Cf. Procop. Bell. Pers. 1. 13. 

a.^-> Pa. past. part. col. 1599 infra. Add 
Ji^l? ]l&^£ taught of God, ecoMaicrot 1 Thess. 
iv. 9, Sev. Ant. Vit. 244. 1. Cf. v 6oC^> 
^juaa^j *A]q*, Heb. nin* H^ Jcs. liv. 13. 

JisL^dl 1) pi. Ua^cu. heresies, heretics, 
Ephr, Bef. ii. 50 ff. 2) military discipline, 
Josephus vi. 24. 14. 

U*l col. 1600. U^/ |l»T add: the Caspian 
Sea, M.Z. 33. 43, 58. 3°- 

} !nA ^T col. 1602. marine, JLoa^a-* yCL^fi-*- 
Ll»?gl» #ww<m */ac Mariner, confessor, Brev. 
Ant. 34. 16. F. pi. J*LLao.aLl 1^*4, ^ 
isles of the Persian Gulf opp. ^so^ol? )L'»*^ 
wZes o/i/w? Indian Ocean, Syn. Or. 619 sqq. 

^nv^ Ethpa. pjscJi/^denoni. verb from !>.»-> 
to become a sea, J^lkooo Ua:aaIfco£>? jtoji^o 
jtrt ^ciy Sev. Ant. Hymns 191 n., f. 

\>k. co l. 1602. to swear. Jfcooa-i an oath. 
Abs. st. rare, U>o*> H? )+*'**> yk^oo lo« 
v l££ai ^.^ owr won/, without an oath, is as 
true as our oath, Ephr. ed Lamy iii. 657. 10. 

JLcLiI l perjury, Op. Nest. 102. 4. 

p. -n ^~ iambics, Greg. Carm. tit. 

,m , ;^vn r Jambres, col. 1605. Correct 
BHChr. i32=ed. Bedj. 128. 18. 

} l f ^ col. 1605. Add: luulaoi ^-L^? 
d/x0i8«fioff, ambidexter, Hippoc. vii. 40. Tciy/aa, 
Ujjcu*? U ^ the Fifth Legion, Josephus vi. 
12. 15. 

|ILftI add: U-Laa.; U^J 7*e w/to was 
crucified on the right hand of Our Lord, 
Warda 102 r. End of par. )*1a.vi* LiW that 
which / have said, is right, Sev. Ant. Vit. 

33°- i- 

»^~ denom. verb Pael conj. from Uocu, 
to take by the right hand, od*^=> ycu/ f j£^ 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 22. 21, 36. 16; y*j 1*1*22** 
ib. 45- 9- 



pdU»*& 



oo 



r^.TiTU 



M v^Ta bishopric of the province of Assyria, 
probably Tcmamln or Temantnx, E.of Amadiya, 
Or. Xt. i. 311. 2 and n. 3, Syn. Tim. i. 310, 
Syn. Or. 608 n. 3, 619. 6. 

|lv>>o. (> ]*L/) aL«U-JI Yemama, a province 
of Arabia, Sassanidi 36. 13. 

o»v>,v>» place-name, Imameh, Chast. 70. 6. 

t,o^i f Ar. (Jw^ij an alembic, Cbimie 33. 2 1, 
34. 4 &c. Usually Jaa^j/ Ar. Jj-^il q. v. 

Suppl. 

an i„> for ^m-A.!-- J amies, Hist. Mon. i. 
176. 13. 

am* Am: this transliteration of the Greek 
'iqo-oOs must have been used by the Syriac- 
speaking Mareionites. It is not elsewhere 
preserved in extant Syr. literature, Ephr. Ref. 
i' 45- L 5> "• 61. 42, 62. 29, 70 four times, 
and often. Burkitt Trans, xxix. 

ydi^laoo-. |^"i? V^'in^ Jeshuabnun, title of 
the Book of Joshua, Eus. ed. McLean 416. 5. 

^P> riv*. \ 4 » <ypr col. 1 6 10. cm increase, 
augment, ref. ML*_coo)^> JI^Ldcljc l^Lfl,», 
&£&*& Hist. Mon. i. 65. 14. 

Ua.m^ Pers. ^.J\ a horse. Peril, a swift 
rider, )ia^L£> ^.^>o ^0 \\9i m«-% omI^/, 
Jab. 224. 12. 

\j£* Aph. v*^o/ r col. 161 1. Add: intrans. 

tf/ia/ the fruit of the vineyard may grow by fair 
temperate weather, Benediction des Raisins, 
R.O.C. iv. 359. 

(Jcl^I unripe, ^Sla^s?^ Df (joJ^ k*^? 
unripe and impeded terebinth berries, Med. 
586. 5. 

juLLxI germinal, germinatwc, ***^o» )JL» 
^•ooj jicucu^a-Lo \lk^l N. Hist. vi. 1. 2. 

)u^I or \SS col. 161 2. a sand-grouse but 
given as an equivalent for wa^ao a quail, 
Lexx. and Op. Nest, quoted col. 2641 sq. M^ 
N.B. E-Syr. voe. With gloss u*a^aD Nars. ed. 
Ming. i. 38 note. PI. f. Jls^I Med. 554. 16. 

^1 denom. verb Pael conj. fi'om \1±1 
c ol. 1613. to cause to covet. yOof^ ^.:&oo 
\Oo^^? JJ* y+j» ycw^uj.j? Kal-w-Dim. 
187. 2. 



JL^CLO^r, s£dql\+*$ji^1 Jacohtde, Jacobulus, 
BHCarm. 153. 4, 9 both times opp. Nestorius. 

[2l+ Aph. u^So^col. 1 615. 2) to end, 2)ass 
away, 001 Jfcs^x> fcoijD oC£ udo/ Our Lord 
came to an end as if He were dead, Jac. Sar. 
Horn. iii. 808 pen. 3) to bring to an end ; add : 
yCLSot ydojjLv^? that ye finish your work, 
Pallad. 34. 4; wl^v^ \jj )3coo / bring 
my remark to an end, ib. 40. 6. To put an end 
to, the devil boasts that he is able )3aJ? 
)i*^.»\ «+*m > o ^j£\.a.^ to finish the sea and 
do away with the land, ib. 28. 10. N.B. to 
perfect, make efficient \\*J^.^± \&qJ!q J»o»o* 
" lux per fecit nianifesta " opp. ^jso ^*^.^ 
I^m^cu* Ephr. ed. Lamy ii. 791. 

sflftj°>r col. 1 6 1 6. Arm, j uiufu/buju contempt ; 
pertinacity, Aphr. ed. Par. 605 ult., 677. 5; 
*mi4Io ju*,a^i M. Z. 27. 7. 

♦sL col. 16 1 6. Fut. 1 pers. &A. to care 
for, provide, imper. 3» : |j*J^clqo iOo»\a> A< 
»aX?o JJaa«>lf Or. Xt. iii. 4. 7. 

\&oZ col. 1 61 7. pure red, JLaOLaoam^k JL^i 
Jl^So.I DBB. under i-jjlc^ col. 992. 

iOTTOVOl, 

Vit. and 
Nau in loc, Ifc.O. 0. iv. 543. 

J^lsl* scriptio plena for \&2>l ; I&^r-f 
]fcs^o^( Divine providence, Pallad. 331. 16. 

)i-Jl col. 1619. disposition, will, desire, 
o»f-I t^]m h' e was thwarted, BHChr. Eccl. 
Eccl. ii. 375; oii.I o££ ja^jLf loo*.^. till the 
mood leaves him, Natur 55. 6. 

U'r* headstrong, perverse, add ref. o»*-* 
J»J ^ji \!>\1 60^ o»-^/' Nars. ed. Ming, 
ii. 94. 6. 

t ji». [jI&Z col. 162 1. Kavfxa, feverish heat, 
Hippoc. iv. 65 ; )^r>^ocL^>l? Ulal heart-burn, 
Med. 295. 17. 

JJoai col. 1622. hot, burning, name of a 
hot medicine i. e. Syrup of pojjpies, pftao 
Jfcuolj )ijafco£>? Med. 235. 9. 1^^*/ )?<i^? 
1. 20; 247. 15. 

J Lai add: J^ol bviiiaDjj 6w»*w« antimony, 
tliimie 99. 6. 8, 12. 

x 2 



\^Z col. 1618. Add: )&I.I </>tX< 

diligent students, "mugs," Sev. Ant. Vit 



^OA:ua* 156 

yOD*n.» a dragon, Chimie 273 11. 2. 

^a* to congest, be inflamed, pass. part. »aA* 
inflamed, ^jo oO^i? Joo» ^*aI Hist. li.V.M. 
73- 2. 

^nl see under jjjaa*. 



V 



denom. verb from ) 



♦JQ-Q-* 



a jacinth. 



To adorn with jacinths, Poet. Syr. 99. 4 af. 

i-o-*. JjLodL/ heaviness, Med. 204. 10. 
I.q. Jtocu*. 

J£&.£ col. 1624. 5) margin of a book, 
add: J«jx»k>> ^aJ'o* JLl^flo many are the 
marginal notes, Or. Xt. i. 300 ult. 7) interest, 
jjoj? m+( Dion. 184. 9. 

\iosL col. 1625. 13 of par. Add: )«..ocu 

JlD»Cl^* yovvdrcov ftdpos, HippOC. IV. 20, J^Da^ 

\-m^*9 ib. v. 20, 26, Med. 5 ult. ^~»;_0Q-» 
)Io\a\? oppression, nightmares, CI ) arms 285. 
11, 286. 4. 

Ji^g.* lithargyrum= protoxide of lead, )i*A* 
i^oo u^;^soJ Med. 61. 9, 162. 6. 

JIo^-^clI col. 1627. 2) heaviness, add : 
l^ioi lo^cu Med. 6. 8, JSaoL'f Ickoj loi^flu 
U^£? ib. 44. 6 ; )LLi> lo«^ol Kaprjftapla, Hippoc. 
iii. 16, )uW>» Io^aT papvrjKo'ia, ib. 5, 16, 30. 

LJi— oo-a© col. 1627. heavy, imrdensome, 
J^jtsai J fcj^oj^ Vit. Monoph. 64. 20. 

JuVcboo add : chaJ^oL^o her attendants, Jab. 
448 pen. 

)icuj n,*^ add : 2/z<? bestowing of gifts, 
BH. Eth. 553. 18. 

*~U, |ul^T col. 1630. a month. Jos. Styl. 
has s**f( passim e.g. 31. 7, 37. to, ii, 39. 23, 
40. 3, s~i*i 1. 10. 

|jcu«m dimin. m. a .s/^ortf month viz. five 
intercalated days, Georg. Arab. 5. 13. 

Y-LJ+iZ monthly, opp. JlJooq-I daily, 
N. Hist. 5. 3. 

JwJoJ^* ni.pl. Yartutaye, a people descended 
from Aram, Chron. Min. 356. 19. 

«^*T prob. a constellation, Med. 505. 22, 
its influence is opposed to that of Saturn, ib. 
506. 3, to that of Jupiter, 1. 4. 

V+Z cf. Aral). Jjj a newt, m. a crocodile, 
Anecd. Syr. iv. 42 sq. 



*o*Xj.r Mongol injunction, charge, Jab. 48. 
10. Vars. ^XjU, <**^.««» n. 

i-DCL^D^ col. 1631. the Yarmuk river, 
EHChr. 101. 5. 

Jt^Joko^il dimin. of JfcL^jl col. 1631. 
f. a small rug, a coverlet, Anecd. Syr. ii. 1 15. 9. 

^*-X*«-*, ^in.h, and ^^i^^» Irenin, 
a village in the dist. of Apamea, R.O.C. iii. 
337 "■ 2 - 

)>o;-I col. 1630. 6 of par. 1) a lamia add: 
Ua±^ k+mj J>6^? JLo Mar. Marc. 165. 13. 
2) a plant, panares heracleum, add rcf. Med. 
232. 2. 

&1+ col. 1632. to grow pale, ref. ^9( 
*Qi\j Anecd. Syr. i. 68. 6. 

[aioL add: yolk of an egg, Med. 61. 10, 
86. 11, I.) KB. under JJo2>^» 423. 

JLcloklL col. 1633. yellowness jk£L£? in 
jaundice, Med. 557. 17. 

\J$o+l col. 1633. pale greenl leaves, Med. 
600. 21. 

Iujclo^I pi. jfcJoootT IfcsJL^ green potherbs, 
N. Hist. vi. 2. 2. 

[±£>+l col. 1633. 3 of par. tKTipos, jaundice^ 
add Hippoc. iv. 62, pi. 64, v. 68, vi. 41 ; 
jaundice affecting the eyes, Med. 53. 22, 54. 
2, 5, Ul£? )Ji«I^ ib. 557. 15; UW W 
)JjD^f il). 383. 21, a) at the crisis of a fever 
from yellow bilo, ib. 386 ult., from snake 
bite, 387. 1, from the liver, 1. 4, from the 
spleen, 1. 5, from the gall bladder, 1. 8. 

JiiLpo m. \)\>y a disease, see ZDMG. lviii. 
953, A.M.B. iv. 249, the symptoms are like 
dropsy 

ij* col. 1634. ult. JLVU fern. JLloU an 
heiress, ref. )Uo^ Ji^ Or. Xt. vi. 24. 6, 16 ; 
Uaa** )lm\^» ^oo»i JHo^. Sev. Lett. 
509. 8. 

Juiljosa col. 1635. one who appoints heir, 
makes to inherit, jfcs.00 k-*. Vs > )Jl ^^N , ft 
the heir precedes the testator to the grave, 
Hist. Mon. i. 222. 14. 

£^. JLa^aJLso col. 1638. progress, 
advance, \ IVf v> X V< » Jlc^aijso Vj )Lo^£ 
childishness which does not make progress, 
Hist. Mon. i. 65. 6. 



^.cxat* 



157 



-=n 



cCAv* 



^.cui col. 1638. o» vi v. ^a*I Tshuammeh, 
Master of Maranammeh, M.Z. 209. 16, 22. 

Hj^qaI of or belonging to Jesus, fern. JL«-X 
Jl^iiA^o \ n » \ot»j3 f Babai 2 -y 6 af., 
ib. 3 r 4 ; )Llj£i-A-» followers of Jesns, G. 
Busame colophon. 

)&*,&* corr. j&*,cu a serpent, A.M.B. ii. 
265-13 = Act, Mart. 1. 71 see note col. 2477. 

h*jk! Zend c^.-tj or ^^J!^ adoration. Yasht, 
a hymn, A.M.B. ii. 589. 15, Jab. 355. 7. 

fcj, Jbil col. 1640. jL'ol^I f. essentiality , 
oilTol^I ^±0 essentially, BB. under 1^*3 col. 
3320 = DBB. 1641. 

Lfc^I denom. verb Pael conj. £0 give existence, 
to constitute, Poet. Syr. 68. 5. 

ofcL col. 1642. Irnper. with^ and pers. 
pron. J^L oL sit still, Mar Kardag ed. Feige 
83. 8, woo* wIo^^do )ts.a-S.. JUo ^X ]L 
ed. Abbeloos 93. 2 ; *1^^2> *?Js* it is fixed 
in my mind, Or. Xt. i. 96. 15. Act. part. 
V^JL coll. 1643 and 1645. )L^»/ u3fc^-» 
o< KarofKoiWff eVi t^s -y/jy, Apoc. XIV. 6 ed. 
Gwynn, Jl^**^ ^-£ ^»fc :*v.^f ed. Bagst. 
Etbpa. *akLTt( col. 1643. to be imposed, 
V.^L r K5fcJir«ion. 12. 1. 

JL^]^_1 eol. 1645. occupation, habitation, 
jJU^p )j*0.* U>]^-> a numerous population, 
Dion. 13. 7. 

JfeLd&L* add : vnoxcoprjpaTa, 8iax<opTjpara, 
&iaxa>pT]o-is, v-nox^pw^f excrement, Hippoc. i. 1 1, 
ii. 14, iv. 21, 28. 47, 83, v. 60, vii 5, 21, 27. 

JkLsfcLI zAe earth, add ref. Is. Nin. B. 
124. 11. 

)uita.j£> col. 1646. 15. Bit. Psalms or 
prayers originally said sitting, add : QdhamW. 
9. 6, (Liicuso ^-»po{o ^*_2>k~I ib. 84. 16, 
kocuf Uioji ib. 85. 5, )otcL& ^» ^t^c^o 
ib. 93. 2, all these refs. are to Jta*! JI^a-soa-IT 
i.e. the second of the seven Hours. 2) a part 
of Nocturne, said sitting, )u\\ ? mai Brev. 
Chald. i. 60 ult., 61. 21 and often, 152. 12, 
x 53. 12; Takhsa 90 ter. 3) a collection of 



anthems in the Burial Service, usually said 
while walking in procession, Brev. Chald. 
82. 33. 

JIclL^LoL col. 1647. 5 °f P ar * diocese, 
JL'coIoIT h^oo( «tto^o( Sev. Lett. 8. 3 af., 
33. 4 af. 42 pen., 43. 5, 179. 5 &c. 

)Lai^LolTfco& f. dwelling, habitation, Kal- 
w-Dim. 15. 20. 

tUL eol. 1648. Act. part.f&I used adverbially 
= ^k** niore, »]£*s o»ju^oS i <=**£> its service 
is yet more ])leasing, Isoyahb ed. Duval 
103. 27. 

i*fej col. 1650. 2) add: j^to*^ )L»VJ 
)iNfr\,\ } superior to worldly habits, Philox. 
153- *9- 

Juficu col. 1650. Add: benefit, advantage; 
Peter the Iberian was ordained by God to be 
Jjitcuo \jdo9 Pet. Ib. 103. 7. 

jJLjfioL* with Jl, 2 }TO fitt e8S i Kal-w-Dim. 
396. 20. 

J»fcJ eol. 1642. 1) pi. Jjffcsl tendons, Med. 
109. 3,21. )f fcs-f ]+&£ what ? It is a synonym 
for Tithomalus a kind of spurge, ib. 171. 20. 

fcw»k-5>lo_& col. 1653. more especially. 
Is+U** wp l^»jJ9icL& "surtotU et nommement " 
Letter to Jac. Baradaeus, Congr. Or. 1897, 
119 pen. 

fc** j*]^ao i. q. fcs^i^^I even more, even 
better, Isoyahb ed. Duval 24. 21 ff. quater. 

JfLolT col. 1654. JfioL? ll*a*X crusts of 
bread, Med. 554. 20. 

Jj> fcJ marg. )ifco, Yathre, a plain in Belesfar, 
A.M.B. ii. 582. 13. 

o)2k**, oifcJ col. 1654. Re-write: s-^, 
Gr. '\a6pmiui, Yathrib, former name of Medina, 
BHChr. 97. 9, 101. 15, B.O. iii. i. 443, iii. ii. 
715, ZDMG. xxiv. 263 n. 2. The other 
references on col. 1654 concern oil^*^ a 
monastery near Aleppo. See Suppl. under^. 
Add: offcJ? )^>«-*> Bahira 202. 13, 203. 18, 
oifcJf Jtc^, ib. 206. 8. 



rOc^ 



158 



rdiar^ 



"V 



]\s> col. 1656. Ethpe. ~[oir to be reproved, 
add : impers. «;^o jl* m »» ^ao ©*^> **JLom 
v^ccldUjqjd Chron. Min. 254 ult. 

j^Lad m. reproof rebuke ^loo^>o ^?aJbo 
w^A o?/r ftfawwe «wZ rebuke, Ephr. od. Lamy 
iii. 39. Probably this should bo JUcld, cf. 
)iIo. from t*J». 

0I5, lalg col. 1659. Add: ^ocl-X|? \s\d 
sun-stroke, Med. 296. 17; ^H olj elephan- 
tiasis, ref. ib. 48. 20; Jfcijlsli c>)o lumbago, 
ib. 50. 5. 

|u^>io novrjpos, painful, grievous, Apoc. xvi. 2 
ed. Gwynn, Bagst, U^o. 

Ifc^ia L pain, grief, BHCarm, 157. 3. 

JJoJw£> i. q. JLiS col. 1693. The Ark, one of 
the Qardu chain of mountains is so-called for 
the Ark of Noah is said to have rested there. 
Now fiohtan, A.M.B. i. 445 tit. and 11., 
449 ult. ff. 

*6Jb col. 1659. Add: Assyrian Ka-ai-ma-nu, 
Saturn, Gest. Alex. 19. 1 5 &c. ylap? )J&>2 (sic) 
ill-luck, ib. 40. 11. 7%0 planet Saturn yo[o 
dcocuo^o J^fcs^o? Med. 481. 18. Chcm. lead, 
i. q. JXWChimie 3. 9, n. 9. 

%ok> pr. n. Chaeon, yoU* wJl> a Scythian 
race allied to Gog and Magog, Ephr. ed. 
Lamy iii 197. 

)Jjo|3 Chaonea, a district of Epirus, 
N. Hist. iv. nj. 2. 

^wiJlk-D Xu\dvrj 7 a monastery, Sev. Lett. 
505. 22. 

]o»^M> col. 1 66 1. Dele; it is probably 
a mistake for )^j<hX^ (/wiAmwi, balaena, see 
col. 435. 

«*n^lo XuXkt}, in Libya, N. Hist. vii. 2. 3. 

uoot^ii^l^ m.pl. x a ^ K * s — x n ^ Kl ^ lK *}> a h'sh 
found in Cappadoeia, N. Hist. vii. 4. 2. 

^^AIj col. 1661. x^A*!™?, ref. |(4<Hi 
»a9d*^*A^M>? Coppermine in Cyprus, N. Hist, 
vii. 3. 1. 



ox>|d xv^^ a i chemistry. Chimie 214 n. 1. 
Cf. SSco. 

it Ho var. &s*»»)tiD Gennesareth, Jac. Edes. 
Hex. xxiv. ult. Usually «.ml^. 

)ui^o)Ji pr. n.m. Kantirsa, an Egyptian 
bishop, Pallacl. 505. 5. 

\u>\o i. q. ) Wo full moon, Geop. 7. 2. 
Arm. ££", Coptic ^ic, (^oc, o^^oc, -xec, Lag. 
Symm. 93. 

[&[d col. 1663. Jkll^aii2>f JlsJ^ stones in 
the bladder, Med. 244. 5, 245. 1, 544. 7, 
Hippoc. iii. 25, iv. 78. Also called \b[o 
JlaOoSo*? as causing vomiting, A.M.B. iii. 522. 
To the list of stones add from Chimie : 

uriA^fQ^ \& \o yecodrjs, geodes h.s. hollow 
nodules, 9. 16. 

)feLiA)v£ [q[d galactite, ib. 8. 11. 

Jks^fcu [&[o probably white agate, for it is 
described as having streaks or bands as regular 
as if turned on a lathe, ib. 8. 15. 

ux^li^i? \&[o col. 1665. Add: \&[o 
^jsSoj ^13 J^^-ao U^a^if Ul^o ? 
glass-blowers magnesia ; it is used as a base 
for all dyes, ib. 9. 15. 

*x»CLft «^d? \&\>3 St. Johns stone, gagates, 
jet, found in Judaea and in Lycia, ib. 9. 1. 

|j^? o» Jjcuj \&\q flint, ib. 9. 20. 

*oia^*9Q.9 \&\o pyrites, ib. 9. 16. 

Jfcs-A^o;^ \*$U> A/0o? <t>pvyios y Phrygian 
stone, an aluminous stone used in dyeing, ib. 
8. 3 af. Cf. fcflft^.*>a3 tek> col. 1665. 

JfcLoao, \£>\d soap stone, ib. 9. 15. 

Jk.N.A.N.o fejo 'light stone y \ kov<J)6\i0os, 
a kind of chalk, ib. 48. 20. Cf. ^ool^-J^CLSao- 

]L*.m9? Jfcoo-jDo/ J>-3j>-o black mill-stone, 
ib. 9 ult. 

ju^ltd stony, prob. name of a plant, IlFed. 
26n- 9- 



ici^rda 



159 



ori2k 



*a3)o camphor, N. Hist. iii. i. sect. 2. 
Usually »aa-D q. v. 

i\o. Jmcld col. 1668. Add: penalty, pain 
koio? j»|oo &***.!, Sev. Lett. 28 ult., 33. 5 ; 
J»(aa^ 0^ ^xu*k» J^»»? )onn.9 Roman 
laws fix beheading as the penalty, ib. 77. 10; 
^^o^I; Jiiaoo jw^j U-^s pxa^o, ib. 116. 
10, 123. 3 &c. With ^ liable to shame or 
punishment, )>|cLa^ >a^n.yfeo? Ephr. ed. 
Lamy i. 173. 17. 

^U'jLsu^o reprovingly, Sev. Lett. 192. 6, 
276. 1 6. 

d»i)£ x aL P € y salutation, A.M.B. iii. 234. 15. 

^a><xoo~oa«coj)uD ^epo-ovrjaos, the Thracian 
Chersonese, Jac.Edes. Hex. xii. 6 ; woewxw a^oijb 

and ^ftmuftflfti^a the Golden Chersonese, ib. 
xv. 16. 

\oi\o Mongol 2 )r i ncess > U^flpo*? JV^a^jso 
\pLjLo N.B. synonyms, BHChr. Eccl, ii. 
461 ult., Jab. 104, 7. 

%oiJo*i.*LJo Kadrjficpcov, a lectionary from the 
Gospels for each day of the year, C.S.B. 
H4, 128. 

Ju->*t)o Catlierine of Alexandria, Or. Xt. iv. 
M8. IT. 

sMkiS Kabab, a Monophysitc. Isoyahb 84. 8. 

•ad pass. part. #*zir> angry. Impers. with 
^ of the pers. o^sL j**^o ♦£ being vexed, angry, 
An. Syr. 194. 24; masc. +*$3 +s 1. 26. 

j r ^o col. 1669. ^ liver. Add: Hippoc. 
v. 55, vi. 18, 41, vii. 15, 42, 48. 51, Med. 
J 6. 20, 65. 17, 330 quater, 331 scxies and 
often. PI. JUisS Sev. Ant. Vit. 40. 4. 

k^U*^5 angrily, J. Eph. Lives 183. 1. 

mcl=^o col. 1670. a round loaf, fjo^d 
*u*W UL **l r *%*U li^f A.M.B. vii. 
2 3 — Ballad. 110. 22 ; pi. ^ycx^o ib. 344. n ; 
k*W^ ? J^Q^a S. Dan. 398. 19; Pet, Ib. 
I0 3- 15. 

IkL-icy^ *\ f. a monies cloak, Jab. 481. 9 
^Pers. Mart. n. 915. I. q. Jko^o col. 1671. 

)te>£ Arab. jlli. m. a baker, BilChr. Eccl. 
Ji 263 bis. 



)1^5 col. 1670. 6 af. a bond. E-Syr. JLxo 
Nars. Ming. ii. 41. 9 and 11. 



^xo denom. verb, Arab.^-p to cry Alldhu 
akbar, " God is great ", ;^d J1o*»* ^>d, Dion. 
89. 15. 

}l*^£ col. 1672. great, abundant, *a^5 
|bop^> iceeping copiously, A.M.B. ii. 109. 3. 

JLl-^o m.pl. li les soufres", sulphureous 
substances, Chimic 214 11. 4; i.q. (JkL^zo 
ib., 48. 21, 22. 

JfcL j^o col. 1673. sidphur. Add: )k**^o 
j. ^ wLj^y Uuco fc*©»? sulphur i.e. oil of eggs, 
Chimie 34. 23. 

JL^o correct Jk~.*2kO, sulphuretted springs, 
JLiu;.i30 )ts.Na.»>ft~ )l+2>6, Nbld. F. S. ii. 894. 

iiud col. 1674. 2) to master a subject, 
jwoSaJo )«*ajo sci^jo Byhinds 44. 92 «. 
6) to salt, pickle, o££ ^.oio )^\:o ^fcsoo 
Natur 53. 1 3 ; jl**£0 ^0*9... preserved vegetables, 
ensilage, Ballad. 368. 20, |j^^d \&C* ib. 385. 
21, 420. 1. Ethpa. jtJskoli col. 1675. to be 
subdued, add : o»ts„Na ™o o»» r T .« -^ £l( V 
A.M.B. v. 458. 18. Astron. to be intercalated, 
Jfcs^Dcu ^.A^froc Ephr. Eef. i. 24. 22 ; 
U*^> ^uft^ol^o 1. 24. 

[mjLd i) siege, add: Josephus vi. 26. 7. 
Force, pressure, Jb&^s* |^dcu3 ^p? \ L A.n 
k^oo^ac)} the forcing down of food, Med. 
269. 3. 

jLcLL*2^>b«& f. subjugation, Dion. 6. 15. 

^^ Kurd. Jw-ss-S ring-worm^ baldness ; 
Med. 554. 15. 

o«.o col. 1677. Add : o*5o ancZ <Aai w;as a//, 
Jab. 165. 12, 15. 

}-L*oo col. 1679. Turk. ^its condiment, 
sharp sauce from Pers. ±:£ buttermilk, 1. Low 

Ar. PflnN. 373; id, in loc. Z.A. xxii. 80. 81. 

o*o col. 1682. of. o&j to breathe, Ar. *5o 
to have foul breath, col. 2370. 

JLW> col. 1683. ref. \lJo )Ko*£foid breath, 
But. Sap. Eth. iv. 7. 

y^p Pad col. 1684. Add: to supply or 
furnish abundantly, Y^+±*> JLa**** yo» Aa o 



r£UcnSk 



160 



K'AvuOA 



Ebed J. 297. Pass, part. Jlofo^o yo» av > 
Upofxaprvs, i.e. consecrated by martyrdom but 
sometimes a martyred priest, Dawk. 2. 48 v, 
222 r. 

]H(hd col. 1685. 2) priestly, JfciU©>o JL'c&« 
prayers which may be recited by the priest 
only, QdhamW. 50. 4 af., 59. 1, 62. 4. 
Consecrated, holy. Add at end of par. : 
JJLjo^o k>©»*oo Upa vdaos, epilepsy, Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 85. 5. 

JlAjc^-coo col. 1686. ^o? )lu enft-re 0*0* 
Consecrator ornnium, Bar Sal. in Lit. 24. 6. 

jdo coL 1687. to cauterize, ref. Med. 176. 
2, 3 ; imper. jLodo U^&o \^>l=> Jlcuoo ^ao 
cleanse the v)Ound with honey and salt and 
madder, ib. 585. 15. Pass. part. &s y>»> ^so 
UD" U^5 Pallad. 282. 7. Ethpa. wail/ 
to &e cauterized, refs. Hippoc, vi. 26, 57, vii. 
41, 42 so correct for yoot/. 

Jl^o-d col. 1688. thorn, spine, backbone, 
f *■• 00 f » ^i \ o J> » i„floo «#,.rn — Jocuo marine 
mammals, such as sharks, have a cartilaginous, 
thick, hard, backbone, N. Hist. vii. 17. 

juj-2a l^oo col. 1689. Egyptian thorn, 
Acacia Nilotica, ref. Med. 209. 5. 

^ooo perhaps for Judo fomentation, a burn- 
ing hot application, ; jJL^oo .o^\ .^ £ £ 
t,i-*^^ ) > ; , v > -> y6o^k ^ ; <>v> j? l^cvCi nr>)u^? 

application of sponges di])ped in hot water for 
severe pain in the eyes, Med. 557. 10. 

^>cld i. q. (Ja^ao ci«rai'06>8i/p, prickly, BB. 
under ^fcojuno col. 1783 and so DBB. 

U-t^oo col. 1690. spiny, thorny, stiff, some 
thorns are not JilLia-o stiff for want of 

substance, N. Hist. vi. 3. 3 ; t^ v- )ia^j» 
■ 99 9 4 , ' 

|^u>cld a cottony substance, ib. 2. 2. 

«m*^Jboo col. 1690. Dele this par. and 
that below beginning ^.\c^qd. The latter 
is the better form, it is yoyyvXis turnip, Low 
Ar, PflnN. 424 on 241. See ^n~V 
col. 683 and *A«wa^DBB. 468. 7. 



wood Pers. ^j.y* beauty, elegance, name of 
a Magian, A.M.B. iv. 227. 



y^oo pi. la^cb the fifth of the seven 
orders of priests with the Yezidis, attendants 
on sanjaks, Mt. Singar 24 ult., 36. 4, *^o£ 
)o9 ib. 37. 7, 11, 38. 5, 44. Yezidis 109. 16, 
in. 3, 1 8, pi. ia^oo 109. 6. 13 and often. 

•*oo»l?cio col. 1691. pr.n. m. Khodhawi, 
Hist. Hormizd. 79. 5, Hormizd. 1973, 2309; 
founder of the monastery of JLl fc^ Chast. 
43- 6, 45- 1 4> Hist. Mon. i. lxxvii; 58. 19, 
86. 2, QdhamW. 239. 1. 

o*?ao col. 1690, flooding, ref. ^» |^«-ao 
o»?cu3 Protection 34. 1, J.A.O.S. xv. 141. 2. 

*floo?a-o \n\ n. f. Pehlevi Iloutos, Zend 
Houtaosa, wife of Gushtasp, Coupes ii. 111. 

fc*>oD Pers. ^|jui» Lord or God, A.M.B. ii. 
576 ult., 577. 2, Hippoc. xxvii. n. 1. 

?«-»?ao pr.n.m. from Ui* God, Khodidad 
God given, Bp. of Harbath Gelal, ZDMG. 
xliii. 400. 4. Misspelt J^foo ib. 398. 13 and 
f**?cu* 1. 18. 

]u?od see j^jao. 

>cl2u?cl3 pr.n.m. Pers. from Uj* Lord. 
Jab. 215. 13, «^2k-V. Jl.^5© ^d o». 

Jclo col. 1 69 1. to be timid, act. part. Jao 
^no-vets, Greg. Naz. ii. 20. 24. With *j£ to 
shrink from, jfcs^jtt? o*lx> **fao Th. Mops, 
in J oh. vi. 52. Pass. part. jLao bashful, 
JLao o££ aS Hormizd. 171 3, 1731. Aph. 
Jaof to put to shame, j£o^ ~k*^? |Luff [^^ 
but perh. it should be Pe. fut. 1 pers. Jao(> 
Kbed J. Card. 23. 9. J?*»^ yojoaj (corr. 
. a*iaj ?) they will be gathered together, Book 
of Shem in. 5. 

J J go col. 1692. Pers. *\S an earthen pot 
with a long narrow neck, Fremdw. 73, Jlao 
]tl&* Chimie 38. 2, A.M.B. iii. 518. 19, BB. 
under Ugl^o col. 2036. 

Mao a drug, Mao? J«-aj£ for ulcers, Med. 
575- 19- 



«->fcoo**»ao Pers. 



zr» 



crest or tuft and 



Ca.>j^ virgin, pr.n.f. Chast. 55. 3. 

J^oo col. 1692. 2) Trs. to rt. w»o cob 

1718. 



ca* 



<^aicO^ 



as 



161 



PC^(\ii^J=Q 



o^iofa^CLD correct o^io?Q^Ja_o Zend 
Kayadha, unchastity, incest, A.M.B. ii. 578. 9, 
Nold. Festgr. an Both 36 11. 8. 

Jloqs col. 1693 end of par. PL \d'q& ingots, 
Gest. Alex. 171. 7. 

[dcld pi. ^dcld col. 1693. 6 af. Arm.^m^ 
cudgel, ^ooo t#o»o)Ut>3 they srnote him with 
cudgels, Act. Apost. Apoc. <^k> 5 = A.M.B. 
iii. 109. 10. 

liai Mod. Syr. for ju*o*>, Arab. ~y*- plum. 
locii? \&i£ for ulcers, Med. 575. 20. 

c^qo col. 1694. Add : V J^babf jl^^rJ 
U-o»Jo£> tablets of the Invincible Star, name of 
a medicine, Med. 297. 4. Jo^cu oscio the 
morning star, the planet Venus add : col. 
350 under )i-^._*jo£-3( ; col. 960 under 
^aooJaSLoooJot cW^o'/w. )u^»( c^oao Samia7i 
earth ^+\J> wo»? chalk, Chimie 7. 20. 

Cioao denom. verb Paual conj. ^£adJ»o 
starred, marked with an asterisk, Epiph. 9. 57. 

jJLaoao relating to stars, jfcl^oco )LoL/ 
signs manifest in the stars, Bod. Or. 467. 
247 r. 

ooao name a) of a village, M.Z. 211. 9. 
&) of a mountain ib. 1. 16. For ^dod ^> 
see ^. 

^0.0, ^.o. J1-L5 col. 1697. a measurer, 
surveyor, ref. JJJI ^ao JLlo c£*^> Epbr. ed. 
Lamy iii. 447. 

JLo a measure. PI. ^.*\lo y.'SIaa J&m 

fever of varying intensity, Ephr. ed. Lamy 
iii. 23. 

jTcfNo v> f. a measure of wheat, aiTofitrpiov, 
Sev. Lett. 182. 7. 

^-oJIclo Xo\\afir)v, a city of N. Africa, Eel. 
Jur. 87. n. 

Jfo^di col. 1698. x°^*P a > cholera. Ref. pi. 
Hippoc. iii 29. 

^Qod^oD for %coOo^olo col. 1698. x v ^s, 

1) chyle, ref. mesenteric veins ^^a^NV^of 
^*9fcJ uDQ\oa\o )^o ^*> N. Hist. vii. 6. 5. 

2) juice, an infusion, ^floQL^ao ,)j^^>? JuLso 

**o»oL( o^S>a\? saffron water is an infusion 
°f the blossom, Chimie 14. 12; liquid formed 

2719 



of pounded stone and water ib. 8. 9, 10, 
tfiOCL^D 11. 11, 12. 

^-a^cio for J^Xcxd col. 1699. Galanga, 
a gingerwort, Med. 309. 20, 363. 9, 319. 4 
but ^^JuXco 1. 5. 

tpol^, jxd col. 1699. 3) to withhold, defraud. 
Act. part.^aj o/^U Ebed J. 250. f[£ JJ 
y-JLl* iA^sal ^o to/ to be vanquislied, Budge, 
Med. 589. 3, thou shalt not fail] 

JLojbooJiD col. 1700. fraud, guile, J1;'q3q\:^ 
)lIoo» Jta.:s©6]L30 JLxj? )i).nrt vi => ^^ over- 
reaching is the using of a false balance arid 
results in fraud, But. Sap. Econ. 1.2. 

Joodo, Jboco for lusoio/ black, see under 

ipao Koum, a genius or legendary personage 
in the teaching of Maui, Coupes ii. 112, 
trad. 164 11. 

U>ao J^a.^^** col. 1700. Dele the article. 
♦fiDo^laoao o Xo>/lkitos, a bishopric iu Lycia, 
Nold. F. S. ii. 474. 121. 

^»ao i. q. ^cl?qd q. V. Suppl. and col. 
1753. name of a monastery. 

|ulj£>q_o place-name, near Tiari, A.M.B. 
i. 416. 

%qd, *q. Pael ^Js col. 1702. to constitute, 
Jit, adapt, add : »^\>a\ . ooa*o ^aDJ& JL» o*o» 
the effect which their nature is adapted to 
produce, Galen 274. 2 ; i^jiJi^ koJL*> V 
the limbs of the bear are not adapted to, not 
well-formed ', Natur 8. 6, 9. 9. A ph. ^o/ r 
chem. to make set or harden, opp. «♦£♦*», 
^»a.v> )uu/ Chimie 1. 8: see same passage 
quoted from C.B.M. 1190 b on col. 1702. 
22 af. and cf. JuuD^ib. ult. 

[1I0 col. 1703. nature. Natural or physical 
peculiarity, Natur 55. 13 and ult., ) 1 » *\.^ 
naturally, by instinct, ib. 2. 6, 25. 3. 

jL'cuila col. 1705. state of nature, Hist. 
Mon. i. 18. 9. 

1^-41 . ^ add : in military formation, 
Josephus vi. 5. 3, 24. 12. 

Jlcluajo true nature, Jk^~? o»ic \ . ua:& 
BH. Columb. 5. 3. 



OA 



162 



lOA 



yto^ fc^i ^_V> 



yao, ^o col. 1 701. to fall, add : *jyo yjb? 
JCLAj^ which falls on a Sunday, Brev. Ant. 1.37. 
14, J?Jj*. V U ^ ib. 42. 5, <-^lo> ^?)o^ ^>l 
kw^ciA, 1. 15 ; 234. 20, Ethpa. J£l( to fall, 

»fl^ ji^otio # ^5 computed that Easter falls 
this year on the 2\th of Adar, El. Nis. Chron. 
96. 25, 97. 5. Ethpa. col. 1706. \o£l( sic 
Hippoc. vi. 26, 57, vii. 41, 42 for **<££!/ to be 
cauterized. 

JJoo for juoii cauterization, Med. 79. 5, 20. 

J^ol^xjod pr.n.m. Khonbogha, sun-worshipper 
from Turk. ^^S sun and Icjj a bull, Jab. 15.5. 

% q-O-. *-j o_o Lat. conditum, spiced wine, 

U%^3o, Med. 605. 8, 9. 

oOQ-jL »*jci3 spelt from Damascus, Med. 586. 

'9 

13. See «fi0O9«JO3 col. 1707 infra. 

t*jod and ^jad xo>i>eIo»/, a melting pot, Stud. 
Sin. ix. 96. 21, 97. 2, Chimie 17. 22, 53. 21, 
22. But ^jcld ib. 10, 14 is translated 
" litharge de Coptox", the latter word being 
obtained from the Greek. 

oYiQftjQLD col. 1708. ^oti/i^ a quart. But 
Ujqjsoj )u^q-o lo^ u»oOuJcua is equal to 
seventeen pints, Epiph. 4 ; it also equals an 
ephah ; J^-oo^o* w^oo = [ q * jclo ib. But 
according to Josephus an ephah equals 48 

*flooo col. 1709* x°vs» 2) a liquid measure, 
add: j*,?ao? *£dqlD six pints, l-\x*~ y% u»cls 
e^/i£ ^>mte, Epiph. 5 ult. 

a»CLD, fcflfto col. i7°9* JI^ood f. perh. shoots 
of barley, to be boiled with honey &c. Med. 
574- 13- 

Jjs^ooo col. 1 7 10. convexity. )os>? oitlcocio 
2ta convexity of the liver, Med. 352. 11. 

UjJ^ocld add: convex opp. 1L\~ concave 
and )Li t plane, of the surface of the earth, 
N. Hist. ii. v, sect. 5 bis ; of the air Jtcw^A, 
JkJj&DOO convex surfaces , ib. sect. 3. 

Jtcufc^ci col. 1 7 10. convexity, tcufcittOD 
l^So (water being regarded as spherical), 



v. sect. 4, ib. iv. 5. 



opp. 



N. Hist. ii. 
Jla!kAm ib. v. 2. 1. 

<3cld. *a-o col. 1 7 10. to bend. To arch tlie 
jaws to bite ; mouths of evil beasts are bridled 

Protection 22. 12. 

JkLsaLo col. 171 1. calyx opp. blossom, 
U*2>o*\ J^9clo lo«****», N. Hist. iii. ii. 4; 
jLuooyf )l^9ao, Med. 605. 10. 

yl-Scuo pr.n.m. Chufan, an Emir, Jab. 
1st. ed. 167. 8; 2nd ed. has ^0^185. 4. 

9 ao col. 1 7 1 1. Ethpe. i+dU to be reproached, 
Dion. 70. 5. Usually iUilF col. 1668 
from h\&. 

Jlo^»]5 f. sultriness, Dion. no. 22. 

Jjcxo same as J£»U>, stifling, suffocating, 
Dion. 74. 21. 

)JfQ.ocol. 1712. i4ofpar. Correct J ^.o >{/ 
for )w *{/ and so 1. 16. 

[IjiqlS arid, ref. Jl^JfCLOo Jfco^oal UiclP 

Geop. 53. 10. 

*ao, J>ao col. 1713. a hive. f. )♦*• Jjas 
c*a^Jb* ^V^o of^ju^o |u^>f? Sindb. 9. 18; 
Jiao JIqjso^ ji* **,? »*• U\*} a hollow tree 
such as bees hive in, ib. 18. 10, n. 

JlfQO col. 17 13. f. a beehive, ref. Anecd. 
Syr. iv. 79. 18. 

)>qjd col. 17 13. a cor, usually rather over 
n bushels but Epiph. 4 makes it 30 jLo^o 
bushels. One Phoenician Koros = 30 Sata ; 
the Saton i\ Modios, Metrologie 415. 

I^jcio a race, mentioned with Slavs and 
Sarmatians, Mich. Syr. 9. 18. Fraenkel 
corrects )^>aa ejUyj Bui gars, ZDMG. lvi. 
98 in loc. 

*flooioo col. 1 714. x°P l) S' E-Syr. name for 
the part of a Church in front of the Bema, 
Hist. Mon. ii. 551. n. 2. PI. JLotas x°/ ,oi '» 
choruses, Hebraica vi. 84. 

».»«o»o3 pr.n.m. Pers. x+J*jy* the sun, 
Anecd. Syr. iv. 9. 2, A. M.B. iv. 137. 

0^0903 Kurma, Bishop of Segestan, ZDMG. 
xliii. 404. 7. 

yiao for .90*0 Pers.^JLJ a country, region, 
Nold. on A.M.B. ii. 577. 1. 



n£x.<X2t 163 

U,oo col. 1 7 15. the quiet or monastic life, 
add: occupation, )l^^*Ka^? j^o-o BH. in 
R.O.C. 1911, 272. 2. 

ujwoo Cochin, K.O.C. 1912, 77. 5; ^*,ao 
1. 8. 

IwLjIoLd col. 1 716. Ethiopian. Probably 
a black insect, JfcxiJ +*+ \+jL&dZ± JL( Pallad. 
377.5. 

co^od Kushnab, a village of Arbela, Syn. 
Or. 11. 8 af. 

<^*,cl3 Kao-ku-tscheng or Kaoscheng, a city 
in China, Jab. 9 ult. and note. 

las col. 1 7 1 7 prep. For different suggestions 
as to its derivation see Barth, ZDMG. xli. 
628, Duval Gram. § 290, 294. 4; AVZKM. 
vii. 130. 

Jlar> col. 1717. Babyl.-Talm. NHD by elision 
of n from Nnn^a, Pers. -s£[ Turk, j.15, a mess 

of milk, buttermilk, salt, and crumbs, a sharp 
sauce, digestive relish, Fleischer ap. Levy NHeb. 
W. B. ii. 459, I. Low ap. ZA. xxii. 80. But 
cf. Jt*»?CLd above. 

yt'do Khotan in Chinese Turkistan, Jab. 
1 8. 9 n. but in the text td^d^. 

ui col. 1 718. )ls*J> breath, Greg. Carm. 
31. 3, a breeze, Jac. Edes. Hex. vii. 8, xlvi. 2. 

JfcL^ck for JfcLock a tempest, Schatzh. 134. 
1 6, 136. 1. Cureton, Spic. 94 offers this 
correction. 

♦JLo. Pass, part, cob 1719 »-*-^-3 add: 
^^otf )#a*oo and revered by them, Pet. lb. 
5i. 9. 

k-j!L,£v> and l^ljL~Jtj*> reprovingly,* 
Theod. Mops. 176 in Job. vii. 24; E^IL u m 'vv * 
wotdjj^ ^Npckao of Eli, Sev. Lett. 188. 12. 

^j!d col. 1720. 1) Imper. ^o»*o apply 
kohl, Med. 91 ter, 92 ter, 555, 14 bis, 556 ter. 
Act. part, fco/ ^lo ib. 92. 14. 2) to blind 
by branding, Jfco^ yOo^JLjL > ^ J *o Dion. 55. 
20. Ethpe. ^*1dL( . 2) to be applied to the 
e yes with a kohl-stick cl^X ^3? "^Ls^i 

J&OOL^^kO )£*>£ > ^*£ ii^k ^P A^JfcO&O 

Ulif Med. 84. 6; ^*^J>fco£? H»j«u» ^x 
^•Ka^T ib. 1. 4, k**JLx*^9 ^»^w>to£>» )il*aaft,g> 
ib. 86. 20, 87. 19. 



oax^L&oiAi^ 



JL*cud antimony, add: Chimie 11. 1, 27. 5, 
43- 8, 47- 5. 58. 3- 

JLLo antimony, Chimie 53. 18 ; >» • Li( 
***£* fB JLlni Med. 87. 1. 

JL*a.i a kohl-stick, col. 1720. but JL*a:» 
K. and so Med. Refs. JLlai Jo kJ^ fl fr x> 
Med. 63. 17, 91. 11, 107 ult, 175. 23, 
Jfc— J? H^l^vt a kohl- stick of olive wood, ib. 
557- 5- 

)LLa-^D m. a smearing or application, 
\LL£jS> .JLJ 3 apjrtications, Med. 88. 14. 

u5 col. 1 72 1. interrog. particle. N.B. con- 
struction at the beginning of a sentence 

• JL^it |jop 00L \j} \U- u^> shall I ever 
pass through this door again? Pet. Ib. 129 ter. 

w»«3 the Greek letter \ : • iA - \&-& s°i\** 
]^»1 ud &^w the scribe put XI for Ka^na, 
Ztjtci for XI, Or. Xt. i. 302. 16 ; Pallad. 180. 22. 

)uO and ]lo col. 1721. 7nastic. Add: used 
as a flux, Chimie 11. 20; Jlo y+( ^09 ib. 
25. 21. A medicine Jk-»J ^am» J* |lo Med. 
40. 17, 50. 13, 51. 3, 1 1, 24, 59. 3. 

yQ^.o usually yoko, y*Lo q. v. col. 1659. 
Saturn = lead, yoo? Jfco*^> a leaden mortar, 
Chimie 47. 19 ; yo^s *oo mercury, ib. 46. 7, 

.fl)ui> Ar. ^sj^ Chaizarana, wife of the 
Khalifa Mahdi, BHChr. Eccl. ii. 165. 

0JL0 pr.n.m. Kizo, M.Z. 9. 85. 

JL»>Ud prob. miswriting of [2t*kD ivarriors 
of darkness, the Beni Hashem are so-called, 
Bahira 230. 1. In the corresponding passage 
in another manuscript U*^ carnal men. 

61s.iL^D Mongol astonishing, admirable, 
Chagatay Il-Khan, a son of Gengis Khan, 
Jab. 89 tit. and pen. 

japa^o i.q. ^0^00 x u ^°' 9 > juice, j» q\ aO 
j>-X : o», Med. 605. 13. 

IsIjo^J^o col. 1723. ^fXi^dwov, celandine, 
a clear yellow dye, Chimie 22. 24. 

\&^Ld Ar. uJ^Ji (he willow, Op. Nest. 81. 1 
under J^. Cf. \&±L and J^w col. 1 288. 
>nft»^«9>o;.*\o see wfla*^9e»» \3 . 

Y 2 



relifcjA 



164 



t*L> 



JjaLo col. 1723 ^e inf^fo, BH. ZDMG. 
xl. 443. 

i» fu9> o »^u 9 oj^c\ ,> o x €t l JL€ P Ll/ ° s TpoTTiKos, the 
winter tropic, De Astrolabe 271. 3. 

ijooq.lo 7rvpvnv^ DBB. 889. i. Food, ref. 
Warda 247 v with gloss JJ^ocl^d. 

*£oaxo Anecd. Syr. iv. 96. 19, 22 and 
*jqoouo/ 1. 24 : see uai^jjo/ a small sea-fish. 

>m^ for jcdcud Chios, island, Jac. Edes. 
Hex. xii. 7. 

h * 1 nfk.* ^ pouched, [sk^ I^JLljoolJIo marsi- 

pobranchii, purse-gills, an order of fishes, 
N. Hist. vii. 4. 2. 

J^^o col. 1725. Dele article; it is Jl^aio. 

^» Vk^o^o x €t P° T M Ta "operations faites 
a la main," Chimie 239. 4 af. 

wca-»w^> or aaa^o unknown. If a place-name 
it should be a residence of the Sassanids, 

returned from Kiris (or />?/ grace) from the 
Royal Residence, Syn. Or. 70. 21= trad. 321 n. 
Chabot prefers x ( */" 9 j grace. 

[o£ col. 1727. a grinder, molar tooth, ref. 
^aaaj9 U^S. for throbbing teeth, Med, 561. 17. 
yl tfWc, Jfcoo/ J*^ )♦.**? lii walrus te&s 
eac/& a cwto long, Gest. Alex. 190. 3, 5 ; opp. 
JLJLa, Natur 56. 13. 

KJXdcld col. 1728. a press, Dozy Suppl. 
Ref. under )>am\S col. 3 161. 

l^a.o col. 1728. blue, ref. Ju^iio JJ 
blue beryl, Hist. Mon. i. clxiv. 

Jul^ao col. 1728. spotted, )£*&> hZx^Jio, 
N. Hist. vii. 1. 7: J-fc^o^Lio JlcuL as snakes 
and efts, ib. 4. 1, m. pi. ib. 4. 2, IVIi^no 
J(f)^-3 ^-»yk« » »\ », » ».\ » *-»ch-X.o all these 
spotted creatures cast their slough in the 
spring, ib. 



4 is 



\teJJ> col. 1728. 2) pills, tablets, Jp&o 
Med. 85. n, T4, 3 6 7 bis, oot J^&I J*fcsJ 
JfcOLLo? JLokj£? ib. 91. 13, "gdteaux" 
Chimie 51. 16 ; pi. abs. st. ^£i5 N, Hist. ii. 6. 

Jino col. 1729. Epiph. agrees with K.'s 
estimate of 125 J^*X to the talent, Epiph. 2. 



ItUcoo col. 1730. 5 of par. JlS-of jl^aao 
house cat, N. Hist. viii. 3. 3. Prob. a weazel, 
Takhsa 119. 7. 

^o col. 1 73 1. Pael^^o to crown. Pass, 
part. f. pi. ]^Lj \% o>l^VsA*> the crowned or 
perfected things of the earth, Ephr. ed. Lamy 
iii. 60 r. Cf. Ps. Ixv. 11, or correct <wkX^-^ 
crops ? Aph. ^5/ col. 1 731. Trs. this par., 
also [ L"\r\ v> and jlniS/^ col. 1734 to root 
> ^yaj col. 2372 f. Dele the Latin of first line 
of par. and compare quotation from the same 
MS. on col . 2 3 7 2 , To imagine, think mistakenly. 
The second quotation, from C.P>.M. 593, should 
be under *^r>( Aph. of ^aa, ^>i col. 1696. 

^JSo col. 1733. 7. H\v> ^-^> King 1 8 
Clover, Melilotus officinalis, refs. Med. 81 ter, 
94. 4, 148. 10, 321 quater and often. 

)\&S pi. JlXS col. 1734. a web, add: 
^^o.^? Jl^i> cobivebs, Ephr. ed. Lamy iv. 
629. 21. 

)fc\ \.\.aNp f. receiving the crown of 
martyrdom, Mar Bassus 38. 524 ; Jab. 455. n. 

U^a-'& and JLaLi^ai col. 1734. See Aph. 
^5( just above. 

^so col. 1735. Add : ^0 %i? ^d the all 

in all, the entirety of the whole universe, a title 
of God, Hunt. i. 347. tit. ^^o? olfL not at all, 
Loof\s Nest. 371. 13. With pron. aff. **^s 
Jj/ \*x±% «^^"» / am utterly unclean, Warda 
33 r; ^*a^p all of you, Kal-w-Dim. 77. 
15, 18. 

ILo col. 1738. Act. part. \1\A, JL5 to stay, 
stop, cease, KJ( )l\i jitt^X ^&iT Li/ JLs 
/ will stay there till you come, A.M.B. v. 
433. ^15, ^i r yiXdC V ib. 442. 15. ciSs 
.6om9«J their vows ceased — could no longer be 
made, Jac. Sar. Horn. iii. 804. 3. U^o (1*°^) 
o»!s«.?;J*> Natur 47. 1. With ^ and pers. 
pron. to keep for himself y6o^ ooqi t^^ 
fci^o yp oik *+.+•" ts.my two monks, from 
their earnings, kept for themselves only just 
enough for their need, Pal lad. 459. 5, 6. To be 
bound of the bowels ; costive, constipated, part. 
UJi J|o J^» U;a^ Med. 569. 4; &sJ 
oM»ia diarrhoea will slop; 1). 6, 7, 13, 15, i7- 



kuA 



CI* 



16 



r<A% 



Pass. part. «J>1ij c^..:...—* o*kll^ )i»\,5 tfto I 
which cannot be, opp. Ur^f necessary, But. 
Sap. Philos. 2. 6. Ethpe. v*^i/ 2) add: to 
wait, stay, JLoii Vo \jL*> UJL A.M.B. v. 
447* 17; ^*?&^ J^U? !£*9> ib - 473- i- 

ju^.c£> pi. ]&^c£> col. 1740. vc<f>p6s, the 
kidneys, Hippoc. iv. 75, 76, 78, v. 55, vi. 6, 
vii. 31 ff. 

jJu&^kc£>, IkLul^A^CLD v€<f)ptTLKo?, relating 
to the kidneys, Jfc^jl^J^ao Jk**7 inflammation 
of the kidneys, Hippoc. iii. 30; the loins, 
J*ob JKa^qo JAOS. xx. 196. 4. 

\lZLo m. staying, stanching, JjjoJJ [ J\^ 
JAOS. xx. 196. 8. 

]L'cu^p col. 1740. ref. prohibition, opp. 
)L'clI*LX/' compulsion, But. Sap. Periherm. 
iii. 4. 

JUqiINd&oSd f. obstruction, stoppage, J-3cJ> 
)t^3f, Med. in. 18. 



j^\o col. 1743. An old error for [£s£ 
col. 1748, a bladder supporting a raft, 
R. Duval. 

\~\\o Ar. u-a-^ ac U- ra °id, mad, Iii JLio* 
l^Nr> Mar Kardag ed. Abb. 38. 4, ed. Feigc 
27. 12. Nbld. ZDMG. xliv. 534. 21 f. 

kicL2*Xo dimin. of jANo m. a puppy, whelp, 
But. Sap. Isag. iii. 1. 

]L'cl^£ f. a cricket, Dion. 144. 8. 

JLcLiA^o f. canine nature, Warda 230 r; 
rabies, hydrophobia, Lexx. under )iot - a. Q 
col. 3225. 

|L^\od m.pl. balloons: cf. \^SL for \&±o 

an inflated bladder : Meissner zur Haikar- 
geschichte, ZDMG. xlviii. 182. But Abikar 
ed. Rendel Harris 58. 12 bas J*J>a^ cages. 

yiA^o col. 1743- Galbanum, refs. Med. 
142. n, 145. bis. PL Jui.^S.o ib. 238. 2, 
2 39- 2, 359. 4. 

o^o denom. verb Pali conj. from \l^o 
to play t/ie Chaldaean, to divine, cu^i Epbr. 
ed. Lamy iii. 403 ; Epbr. Jos. 121. 7. Aph. 
t^O( infln. rsS.*^^ tbe same, Gest. Alex. 
109. 7. 



^*-^r> [^-»».» i\o ] col. 1745. an outer 
garment, *^L*f ^-ft^° JLL^XV*2© BH. Eth. 
353. 8; Pallad. 600. 15. 

)&\o col. 1745. PL JoSi! children s caps, 
Takbsa 71. 16. 

ijo^o col. 1746. mil. x^vvVi testudo, Jos. 
Styl. ed. Wright 48. 6. 

kflooXo for ^cooXoo col. 1698 and Suppl. 
|L*->\*» «-•( J*o-*» uoooXo a white liquid like 
milk, Cbimie 8. 11. 

>o>ei\pQ.flpq^D (^ for *) xP v(TOKO P^^ lov y 
" cor ail d'or" Chimie 10. 9. 

too^a a kind of red earth, Cbimie 86. 2. 

JJoJlXo col. 1746. for )uoj£w shell flsh, 
]>oJ? JJoi^o? )£4\J Med. 171. 7. 

u»Nj> i) col. 1746 pen. and ult. Dele par. 
it is *iA^ worn away, Jos. Styl. ed. Wright 
49. 5. 2) corr, c^o imper. of Ho. uov^o 
for uo»m\o stanch the flow of blood, Med. 
18. 19. 

X\p Arm. \\9[*u[3- Kelat, town on the west 
bank of Lake Van, Syn. Or. 619; ^^> fcw^ 
Mar Bassus 243. 

JwJci^kO m. pi. for cardinals, Jab. 55. 9, 
56. 1, 78. 15 with gloss JiLfiP, JSL^i, \3iJ>. 
Cf. Hormizd 3147 ^Jcu^-^_i with gloss 

**Xd x°^V = U'Oo bile, Chimie 7. 12. 

U»o^o and other spellings, cols. 1723, 
*745> r 747- Cf. under JfcU«^? ^ col. 1251, 
|l2Ql09ci2 and |ogjd*od ^a^. cols. 1830 and 
2971, y(;^V),v> col. 2150 and Ulcua col. 3569, 
X^Mviov. Low says that Syrians and Arabs 
take the larger variety of this to mean Curcuma 
long a, not Clielidonium majus, Ar. PflnN. 220. 

tcoo^p IxvcviLtov, ichneumon, Anecd. Syr. 
iv. 42. 10 if. 

yCujjjacLQA^s see yCuMcia\.o. 

^^.aAo see ^>^»nN.r>. 

«A^s^o^d ^Xtapo7ray/?, amalgame fusible, 
Cbimie 16. 11, ^qa^^So^No ib. 18. 7, 12. 

ja\o col. 1748. Nbld. prefers the form 
Iff&r* Gram. § 121, a kelek = raft on inflated 



KlUO;u«k\% 



166 



Kl*J»^ 



sheepskins. Described Hist. Mon. ii. 397 n. 2. 
Dele 1. 12 of par. 

jUuo»*aXo an adherent of the Council of 
Chalcedon, Bar Sal. in Lit. 72. 5, 79- IO * 

loLxx^d col. 1749. 2) for x«^os, a bridle 
or bit, ref. A.M.B. vii. 63. 

*.«^a^Lo xXapiTW, an owtar ro&e, A.M.B. v. 
606. 10. A barrister's robe, ^>J U»»i \ . o +$ 
lcv.tn.»> Jjj*>/ ^^-^ Sev. Ant. Vit. 92. 7, 
93. 3; yajx»;nft»\i? jfc^Jof U^Il^-d flowing 
silk robes, Anecd. Syr. ii. 268. 12. 

* aufj a-d^o x a ^ K ^P l0V y a preparation of gold, 
Chimie 48. 4 ; yo-of^ ct a \ .s ib. 46. 20, 
" Tor fabrique et rouille par les manipulations 
de fixation, faites au moyen de soufre ", Alchim. 
Grecs. 16. *Guf«J3cm*^D name of a book by 
Zosimus, Cbimie 243 n. 2. 

>ttOQ\ii COL I750. X a ^ K ™> C0 2 ) P er - >flP O -^\D 

" cuivre brule " perh. protoxide of copper, 
Chimie 5. 12. 

ii n-S ftN.^ ^nA#coi) avOos, flower of brass, Med. 
90. 14, ^nru^QNa 1. 20. 

)^\^ pl.m. xaAKfui, forges, furnaces, Stud. 
Sin. ix. 96. 20, 97. 6, 16. 

af^rft^ x a ^ K ^° ff > better ^aX*!™?, (Law o» 
»»n«» brass, Chimie 3. 1. Cf. >au»nNo col. 
1750. 

^ - v . g\ V ^ rj\cKTpov, electrum, gold alloyed 
with one-fifth silver, used for polishing, 
Chimie 4. 4 trad. 8. 

m^^N^ x a ^ Kl ™P l0V > copper pyrites, Chimie 
14. 17, Med. 65. 3, ^^jL^o ib. 63. 20, 
^*;^j^£3 ib. 169. 16, ^»^q\d ib. 170. 22. 

^nNo x a ^ KfLOV > a caldron, Chimie 33. 1 2. 

\*So col. 1 751. chalk, lime, Chimie trad. 
39 nil. 2, 3 ; JooAiL*? )u\o sc. )>o*. \jLL> 
philosopher's lime i.e. white copper, ib. 20. 15 
but the recipe for making it, p. 34. 8, 18 shows 
it to be pure lime from calcined eggshells and 
so )LVlr>? U^o ib. 31. 12; ko.^ J) U^r> 
arsenious acid, ib. 38. 8 and trad. 66 n. 5; 
cf. )sJ^l=> . j«Vo oo»? \sl*ji) arsenic i.e. eggshell 
lime, ib. 35. 4. But ^ioo Nf \JL\o unslaked 
lime, Med. 170. 18, 22, Uo-so^o UXo re</ 
Zime, ib. 593. 4. 



jut^LoD m. calcination, Chimie 20. 10, u^ad 
Jfcs^if/ ib. 12; ^cu) A^ao ib. 41. 1. 

*&o denom. verb from )t*^£, to reduce to 
lime, to calcine, fco/ o^cl^di! Jl^J^j/ Chimie 
20. 12. 

b^o river Kallath, the NvfKJxzios 7rora^os 
now the Batman-su, Jos. Styl. 65. 6 and n. 56 
of transl. Pointed I^Nd Jo. Eph. 416. 14. 

l^J'fc^d Khalednaie, a Yezidi tribe living 
between Mosul and Gezirat, M. Singar 19. 11, 
trans. 26. 

jpo col. 1 75 1. Dele paragraph. 

jd> Heb. Dpn, Arab. *.* to be burnt, to turn 
black. Act. part. y\6 •Jb* Chimie 95 ult. 
Cf. M( col. 182 and o*» col. 1296. 

jx^o see under Jcso. 

)oclo, Jl 0.-00,3 &c., see under )bo. 

^£Do|j?)k-»-o col. 1752. chamaedrys, ref. 
Med. 49. 4, ^olff-acLD 1. 14, 50 bis, *flo6lf«oa9 

359- J 9- 

^d^&loaa see »flocL^»°i v>o below. 

♦^cLo col. 1752. Ethpe. «-aoai( to be withered, 
ref. «~ttLdL( ^o*oLs^> )^cu» with gloss a*aioL( 
to 6e shrivelled up, Hormizd 1304, Pa. +&> 
to wither, o^£ J^oJoo a rose fades, M.Z. 
17. 107. 

choo-d, )^ ^ * col. 1752. obscured, add: 

t&aaih Jo*-*i5 °*^4* *' ie s?c ^ °f tue moon 
towards us is dark, N. Hist. ii. iii. 3. 

^ooq-d col. 1753. Kamoul, a monastery in 
Qardu, now Akmiln, in Bohtan, A.M.B. iii. 
473, Journ. As. 1907, 162 ult. ; Chast. 8. 16, 
15. 12, ^aooo ib. 4. 4. 

JI^coos native of ^o^o, Protection 31. 1. 

^ ft . it>>ft *> oechomene, (basil?), Chimie 
11. 21. 

ur>aj*n> x v f X()S ) liquid, Chimie 8, 9, wQoqjjoj? 
JloL? mulberry juice, ib. 83. 14. 

jyt> y\* col. 1759. Ghemosh — Zeus, name 
for 2m, Chimie 100. 3. 

Jlaa.o from x HJULI ^91/T^ tne Egyptian 
science i. e. transmutation of metals ^So»fcO0 
Jl^oi^o jjAJu^of |uOCiaj> he was engaged if 1 
transmuting silver and gold, Dion. 66. 16. 
Cf. \.lr*\*2 col. 1724 and JJLoo col. 1754. 



rd^JMSk 



167 



r*^l* 



Uxid Pers. ^(X Arab. .^Aram.^M, N3D3 
sharjs sauce made with vinegar or with sour 
milk, Hunt, clxx under JLicLo col. 3648. 
Cf. iulsa> BB. col. 2756, Fremdw. 288, Ar. 
PflnN. 373 ; ZA. xxii. 80, f. 

r 

jlLtfia col. 1754. x /*^"" 1 * Daphne oleoides, 
Ar. PflnN. 247, Med. 366. 15, i.q. yOjfJLi 
ib. 367. 13. 

» vio col. 1754. Pael part. 1^^ t« iNft'i.vt 
Ro N , s /36)/xoXo^ot, lurkers near altars, 
sacrilegious, Sev. Ant. Vit. 70. 10. Cf. \\v>?>. 

JL-Jjba^ for [i v> 5 col. 1756. insidious, 
l*jjcttj>o |>£*n»:s> Jcu? IJormizd. 673. 

jLx^oo 1. q. jjcoo^D col. 1723. wintry or 
stormy weather, Dion. 57. 10. 

n>jjci3 col. 1756. Dele par. and wherever 
found, correct ^od to lie in wait ; e.g. Jtwi>o f ^ 
^^d Sev. Lett. 87. 13; fc^=»(i») »\vi^ 
Rc£^ ib. 225. 17, Sev. Ant. Vit. 235. 13 
and marginal reading, ib. 70. 10 where the 
text has 



*aoa^«°> v> o col. 1756. x a l xaLmTVS > ground 
Pine, refs. Med. 354. 18, 355. 9, 359. r8, 370. 4, 
tttd^dj^oa ib. 49. 16. 

»t>p col. 1756. Pael »viri to sadden, so read 
for o» t Jsa ( o Pallad. 241. 15. 

+jxLd col. 1759. to shrivel, )u£w 001 ooao 
that tree withers from drought, Is. Nin. 3 r 
5 af. Metaph. ^^ *>Ld JJ «*a&«cu* Poet. 
S yr. 58. 5. 

jio-jwo v> drying up, shrivelling, refs. 
l-oi li^oJL^ V )LaLxp>c^9>.-> )la^aaa.D con- 
traction occurs by rarefaction, not by diminu- 
tion, N. Hist. vi. 1. 2 ; opp. Jk^flT increase, 
bulging, ib. viii. 2. 3, H»,v» IcLj^cooi ib. vii. 
2 - 1; JlS^ icLA,a^a.o a wrinkled face, BH. in 
Eph. v. 27. 

l*-*io col. 1759. shrivelling from drought, 
ref. j£lfc^> )V^i )MJS^ U^o, N. Hist. 
Vl - 1. 2. Dele second and third lines of par. 
a mistake for J^aas. 

^ Khan, name of a mountain, Jtci^ Ji, 
M,Z. 205. 5, 212 ult. 



[md col. 1 761. m. a) a stand, ^ \i* 
«©»a^J> a tripod, Chimie 18. 15. b) a stalk, 
).*£\ o? J**-^* \-L& fresh pea-haidm, Natur 
38. 15. 

yOL-L-s col. 1 76 1. name of two months. 
PI. \jLJL1 jjcuLi a dry winter, Brit. Mus. Or. 
2084. 23 v; yoioo *cluL=> each winter, each 
December and January, Pallad. 168. 8. 

)<Jc£ld wintry, JLiclld Jli^j winter time, 
BH. ap. ZDMG. xl. 443. 

fcv*fUo Gennesaret, Jac. Edes. Hex. 24 ult. 
Var. UJl,Jk 

l±o. Ujclo col. 1763. 22 of par. Arab. 
a^-o Kunyahs of the Gods, Azazail n. 11. 
A naming, appellation, kooao * aX^fco? JJ6 Jl 
cuio?, Ephr. Bef. ii. 31. 9, 12, 22; id. ed. 
Lamy i. 253. 4. 

)*?£^io a race living in N. Armenia and 
Arzanene, Jab. 227. 3 af. 

*m^^^o col. 1764. the juice of Cynara 
scolymus, the artichoke, Jfcl^oj 
li^f, Med. 55. 7, 313- i5- 

yOiLod prob. x^pos, Ar. ^j^sjJ* and 
w*j±± fermented wheat gruel. Or a mis- writing 
of yCL£L*«jcu3 = yCL^*«_>Q~0 conditum, boiled 
and spiced must, a hermit when persuaded to 
drink wine and water thought it was *++}* 
\L\lf ycm-ao, Pallad. 456. 1, Med. 198. 16, 
371 bis, 389 9. But ^0x1*000 Joe** J^l he 
drank coffee arid loaf sugar (?) M. Singar 61. 8. 

y-LD Pael ylL col. 1765. )uJ?£Kl^ ydJO* 
^•^N . ^ * j j nv > these reflections recall us to 
seriousness, Is. Nin. ior, 5. 

I^Jgld m. modesty, modest behaviour, Ephr. 
ed. Lamy ii. 349. 13. 

?J;-ajJ> Pers. yjjXiiS artichoke gum, Med. 
605. 10. 

a .id Mand. to gather together, assemble, 
Theod. Bar-Choni Coupes ii. 153. 26. Ethpa. 
*a-i£L( denom. verb from \Aid col. 1767. to be 
gathered, jLaoc^ ^o« £y^» Is. Nin. B. 
257. 14. 

l^io m. pi. J&LS a disease of the eyes, Med. 
78. 18, 89. 8. 



M* 



168 



rxUxoasjzn 



Uo name of a plaster of oils and resin, 
Med. 251. 6. 

]Hd Fers.j[jjfthe lotus fruit, the red berry 
of Zizyphus lotus. So correct for )i, *i f> 
Kal-w-Dim. 67.15 and gloss, Ar. PflnN. 283 ; 
JJ^Jl JtiSf Ji^ Med. 248. 10; ]&* U*i* 
ib. 311. 7. 

«*Io col. 1769. intrans. to gather together, 

t*oto*L3aXi Theod. Mops, on Jo. xviii. 1. 
Pael +U> col. 1 771. 4) to be collected, with 
^ and pers. pron. o^£ oot *m±d he controlled 
himself, BHChr. 404. 16. 

JJjIclid inferential, opp. JJ^l>a9 differentiat- 
ing, ]l^JL>d3o )]^jL<xlo Jl^-V^, But. Sap. 
Philos. 6. 5. 

jljtcud col. 1772. Add: college, Jua,olo 
JJaai»{* the College of Nisibis, Stat. Schol. 
Nis. 172. 10, 17. 

l^»|jLid col. 1773. Add: collectively opp. 
]^*)JLȣ9, But. Sap. Periherm. 1 1. 6. Unitedly 
JlaXp fc^.U-ao A.M.B. iii. 474 ; Manicheisme 
142. 10. 



jLoaaIO add : concentration of fire in a 

furnace, smithy, or the like, Ephr. Ref. ii. 

36. 3 ; of sound in a trumpet, JLo? ©»IclaaXD 

1. 20. 

1^4* 1 K20 by inference opp. 1^ lUL;5v>, 
But. Sap. Philos. 6. 5. 



9 9 $ 
. 1, * 



.ao 



«**W 



consequent^ consequential, 



a3j 0^0 But. Sap. Eth. iv. 4. 

]Lo_i_d col. 1776. add ref. association, 
company, society, opp. JIcund. otIo.iv\*> Jfo^J 
jicLLd tOo>^ai )ojo Hebr. iv. 215, 266 f. 

\\^iP perh. from ^S, i-iS cupola, a kanta, 
temple, shrine, Coupes ii. 156. 12, 13, trans. 
228 11. 2. 

Ulsio m. pi. from Jku$. A Babylonian 
sect, said to be Philistines deported to 
Babylonia, Coupes i. 12 n. 1, ii. 151. Med. 
153. 10, 156. 12, A.M.B. ii. 150 ult., Mich. 
Syr. 255 a 5. 



*aas, [mp col. 1776. a cup. A measure, 
a cupfid, ^a^> a square dish held Imo ^**i 
Jtcc^j Jo. Tell. 23. 5. 

*mo col. 1777. Act. part. &[£ to grind, 
crunch. Add : to reduce by boiling, d(j)€\frrf0rjvai f 
Geop. 47. r. 

(wmiflOQD col. 1786. m. gnawing (^jx> *^?) of 

bones. Cf. Arab. ^^jC^S and Neo-Heb. D2D3 
Nbld. ZDMG. xlix. 326. 

JL'cL±i£rL& col. 1779. PI. methods of con- 
viction, )ioimrv&? **»o»oo«hO Sev. Lett. 487. 
n on Num. v. 12-31, )lcnor>'v.v>f )JL» ib. 
1. 19. Logic refutation, Probus 98 antep. 

[ano Pa. umo col. 1780. to conceal. N.B. 
o*Z&+{ > ^jL ]oo» |fnnv> he concealed his rank 
as deacon, Pallad. 352. 19 ; oJi^l=> Joo» jmay 
he concealed his virtues, ib. 372. 1, 

^♦Jujojd for ^«;*m£ elixir, Chron. Min. 
243- 2 3> 244. 4, 7. 

. oy^oir) Sa^oy, Xanthu8, a bpric. in Lycia, 
Nbld. F. S. 474. 125. 

yO^mo a place in Cappadocia, Coupes ii. 
156. 15. 

Ju^xno Casdians — Chaldaeans, Chron. Min. 
356. 21. 

JJoms or Jtomo EoiV, a) Sahhd, on the 
Sebennitic mouth of the Nile, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
300 ult., Nau in loc. Journ. As. 1905. 375. 

J^om.o a country, Jab. 72. Bedj. suggests 
JLoonn^m Saxony or juj^auooo Gascony. 

JJL^^odj<Lfla.o m. Xenocratic injunctions. 
But. Sap. Pol. iii. 2. 

^m^i^ocucuxio StvoKparr}?, Xenocrates the 
philosopher, But. Sap. Pol. iii. i. 1. 

* o «-A*£o o*ao £vaTpov = £v(tt6s, col .1784. Ad d : 
an upper story, Jk-<of iLNvj+^+ao 01 yO^.a>0L£o2 
BH. on Prov. vii. 6 ; a balcony, Hist. Mon. 
i. 311. 16, i)\-> Jl^W ^i i^, yO^^JOC^ft^ 

BHNom. 328 ult. 

ou^qcxo col. 1784. Metaph. act. part. m. pi- 
)1^^*# u»tt.& pruning away sin, Syn. Or. 
132. 2. 

\ L n\ n v> in. a pruning knife, Natur 65* 
9, 17. 



00 



A 



fia^ 



1G9 



1** 



«a(^ttd Ctesias(1) a philosopher, Chimie 
313. 1. 

ja^ttkD col. 1785. Dele and read |i^mr) 
by scarification, R. Duval. 

s+old the letter fi, Pallad. 180. 22. 

^+±*£&D elixir, col. 1786. Add: a dry 
powder, JfcJL^? ^i,fflo, Chiaiie 21. 16, 19; 
elixir of eggs pounded with yellow dye stuffs 
and alum for gilding, ib. 22. 9, 23. 10, 11, 12, 
for gilding silver, 1. 13, 24. 5 and often. 
wall J^y ^^sod powdered aloes, Med. 
43- 5, J&auicLoo ^wna, ib. 84. 13, )L»a2 d 
1. 20; BHClir. 130. 12, Chr. Eccl. 315. 18. 



kOOOOD 



ud col. 1 786. 1) corrupt for J^» 



Q*»ffl** 



cartilage, R. Duval. 2) See under *a±o. 

)t^\of>Q3 col. 1786. o-iKvi], a cupping glass, 
add: Hippoc. v. 47, pi. Jj^Lflpao cuppings, 
Med. 44. 9, 47. 19, BH. in ZDMG. xl. 443. 

)ts*\jms f. clay, argillaceous earth, Chimie 
300. 5. 

*fia*j )3 cams EfvofaivTjs, Xenophanes, BH. 
ap. Hebraica iii. 250. 9. 

\ 9i n\A col. 1788. silver. Add: *°> n\ .o 
^I^Sa^lf a kind of alloy, Chimie 54. 20. 



V 



eiPifflD Ar. 



<jj± ij-t+fi 



the Iris, Med. 



605. 12. 

\L\ <4 nrt.p pecuniary, monetary, But. Sap. 
Eth, iv. 3 infr. 

l^ffl o Talm. NJVD3 coral, Jac. Edes. 
Nold. F. S. i. 574 with gloss *cu^faoo. Cf. 
Mais coral, BB. and others col. 1787. 

&q, \&o col. 1 791. PI. f. \&J> gloves, \&3 
J»-v> Y» jifo** white woollen gloves, Apis. wjd. 9 
but it may mean a hank of wool. 

jiVi^o col. 1793. convexity, convex surface 
°pp. \slSLd concave, inner part of an arch, Jos. 
Styl. 32. 14, 15. 

J&fiid col. 1793. Add: 1) the centre, arch 
°f a bow, Dion. 132. 14. 2) bowing the body 
°pp. |^i9 straightening, N. Hist. vii. 6. 6. 
3) pi. \&&3 bowings in church service, Is. 
Nin. B. 284. 2. 

Jfc^aao col. 1793. Add: JLs o^t Jl^aai 
curved or arched objects of ivory, may be 



tusks of ivory or itw^ boxes, Gest. Alex. 
211. 12. 

Jfcv&o col. 1793. Add: ^ curve, arch of 
a bow, Dion. 132. 16; the peacock ^jJ 
oM^f ^ao ^^»J^ 1^.^-5 ©>1£aj©^ forms an 
arch above his head with his tail, Natur 20. n. 

|i.t i°i Dko£ (V) amfxaros, inflexible, Greg. 
Carm. ii. 16, 17. 

t&£> col. 1796. to hunger. Act. part. m.pl. 
\1&d the famine-stricken, Pallad. 118. 17. 
Eshtaph. ^&j>$Lm,( to thirst for, yl£*» ^ "> 
^l&d^Im,( Sap. v. 14 ed, Maus. 

til^L^d correct )]^£j<3 col. 1768. clitoris, 
Hebraica iv. 215, 256. 

+2ld col. 1797. Pass. part. ;*ao denied. 
Add : Ji^gLO j^»o Ua^jw* ^o* which is absurd 
and altogether to be rejected, But. Sap. Theol. 
1. 4. Pa. ♦_&.£ to scour. Add : JLol*-3 
l*ol^& ^:so loot )3iLs3f she ate only scraps 
left on the table, lit. scraps tvhich she cleaned 
off the tables, Brit. Mus. Or. 3337. 37. 

]iso.r> col. 1790. Bit. fair linen cloth, 
Bar Sal. in Lit. 88 ult., 89. 2, 4 ; towels, 
napkins, Takhsa 140. 6 ; m. pi. scraps, 
offscourings, J^£? )£sc&> scrapings from the 
dishes, A.M.B. vii. 118. 

jdai col. 1800. camphor, add ref. Med. 
174. 8. Usually written joSjd. 

b*+<£ Ji^QO, (cX* l*i»» Lawsonia inermis, 
henna, Med. 605. 5. 

pal? J is 03 sea bitumen, Chimie 8. 21. 

MOom J#3cto, JjlU pitchy bitumen, Med. 
605. 6. 

]uJ£j9o*.o bituminous, JfcUiseLS ()j^jaa-T) 
the Asphalt Lake, Jac. Edes. Hex. xxiv. 16. 

&o y )&o a village, col. 1800. Add: 
Usf *3s prob. in Samaria. Birthplace of 
the heretic Menandcr, Coupes ii. 114. 

)-2j»j 3d Av.JJl'jJO same as f)t:xi.aof +2ld 
on the Tigris near Mosul, Syn. Or. 608 n. 3, 
Tim. i. 308. 

)!'«-&» £*> Kefar Seorta, 15 m. from Gaza, 
Pet. Ib. 50. 2, Pleroph. 20. 8, R.O.C. iii. 
241. 8 af. 

z 



rc'te* 



170 



r£a>^floGT& 



^p^of i^f \IQlO Kafra llaba iVSaruy, 
Patr. Or. v. 5. 703 pen., 711. 8. 

^jcl^. 32 Kefar Uzil ; add : on the east 
side of the Great Zab, Hist. Mon. i. 142 ult, ; 
Pers. Mart. 236, 296, Chast. 38. 2, 6. 

JuLqX JLd in Palestine, A.M.B. iii. 192. 7. 

ju£&a3D col. 1802. 1) antidoron, a portion 
of the bread made for the Eucharist but put 
aside before consecration, Daily Offices, gloss; 
Brightman's Lit, Takhsa 105. 10. 2) a small 
veil or napkin , J£LA,d*, l^^oo/ (Ji&ajs© Jab. 
101. 5. 

);^o Nabataean a subterranean passage. 
Or for )l<?iZ ? the burrov) of a mole, Ephr. 
Ref. i. 40. 27, 73. 6, 12. 

i&& Capparissa, the caper plant, Med. 3 10. 9. 
Usually *&J>. 

kJio perh. denom. from Jfcl&S an arch; 
cf. &J> col. 1790 to bend. Pael hJko to fold 
back, Jl^^k * olSAaj ? they proposed to fold back 
his feet because the grave was too short, Sev. 
Ant. Vit. 262 ult. Ethpa. t^kol}" to be folded, 
squeezed together h^oli ^o»qjsd?o» ^ao «-*» Jl3(, 
ib. 263. 3. 

\& to dig deep, [jL*Js ISlT .oajsoo J£o he 
dig 8 deep arid lets loose holy streams, dreg, of 
Cyprus 40 b. 

)U> col. 1804. Pass. part. Jla, \LJ* 1. 5 of 
par. add: jfcooao va-I*o i*i>i->t )fl( land of 
the J'igmies, N. Hist. vii. 4. 

\1J> col. 1806. a pile, store, Add: Jl*;-o 
IkwO^aof a store of pearls, Ephr. Bef. i. 41. 
22; jr\i.\ ,5» .\1J> Op. Nest. 19. 15. 

)Lo*^o col. 1807. \Lot leu J> shortness of 
breath, Med. 130. 13. 

Jfcl»^>r col. 1808. sorrow, ref. Poet. Syr. 
98. 6. 

o*o. ]J>lo col. 1808. 2 of par. Jos. Styl. 
ed. Mart, correct U±.*U ofr*^**> furrows to 
on^'iL or ^>Jt ©m^>j>cL wasrfe /anc/s opp. J^» jj 
cultivated ground. 

))CLsto col. 1 8 10. Ja.3;5 transliteiation of 
Pers. \y>.f=» Cucurbita citrullus } musk melon, 



Oest. Alex. 211. 8 where the Syr. glo^s wjLv- 
i.vw should probably be +.**+> v^Jd. 

JuJi^-o var. JLL-f^-i and ]^JL»«J^d m. pi. 

cardinals, Jab. 55. 12 11., 56 n., 75 11. 

0*^0 col. 181 1. Pa. part. I^och^ *#o»*aiO 
sick in mind, morbid, Warda 215 v. 

joot»oD col. 1 81 2. Add: Ujo*~o |jo»>clo 
Ujta voaos, leprosy. Rev. Ant. Vit. 85. 5 ; 
o»cljd? luotfo-o, )u-^k,CL» Juo*Ja-D Protection 

17. 5af. 

fcwl<L»^' col. 181 3. morbidly) with Jf 
wholesomely, Is. Nin. B. 19 ult. 

fcs-»{ouaj*D sickly, Hippoc. vi. 2. 
]LVjo»iifco£> disease, But. Sap. Philos. 6. 5. 

*x»o{o*3 17 Xaip€ov, Chaereus, the first stage 
of the journey from Alexandria, Pallad. 84. 
17 = A.M.B. v. in. 5. 

U;d col. 1 813. caraway seed, Med. 264. 

18, 305. 15, 307. 3, 12, 319. 10. 

Uoo^o for IkOJcto col. 1826. a crane, Med. 
138. 19. 

tox^o^ col. 1 8 13. a singer, Warda 247 v, 
marg. 



\ 9 ' K 



»o*D col. 1 813. Add: audacity, 



_ _^_ _ _ ? • °* 

JIcuUocl^ fe*cu* Nars. ed. Ming. ii. 329 
antep. : jA\o» Jj»o;d rabidness, ib. 215. j6. 

)^»~o m. pi. Gr. xP < * ) f JiaTa y Eat. colores, 
ornaments of style, ^^.v>too U? |c£>iai %*£ *• 
^f/^Poet. Syr. 14. 11. 

*m-*j£ot-9 x^M tc > a sea-fish instanced by 
Bar Hebraeus as having keen hearing, N. Hist, 
vii. 2. 3. 

»cufcsj/aoBO^D xp wo "»^ CG)I/ (^)> having golden 
efflorescence, Chimie 1 6. 9. See yCu*-Ofl^ 
Suppl. above. 

Q-aa-»?cur>o;-o )(pvo-t>(a>fjiwv, il liqueur d or, 
Chimie 11. 4, »CL«ODoJCL-aoo^o ib. 55. M> 
5^- 13, r 5- 

r^ ^^v . i t> ^ft;_o the Thracian Chersonese, 
Nold. F. S. 475. 143- 

l^^op x^°'" 7r P a<ro$ ') chrysoprase, Apoc. 
xxi. 20 ed. Qwynn. Bagst. has s£D<±A£po&&&*?' 



«-\ 



Cln&Gi^ 



171 



rci^lO* 



JlcLa»o^ and other spellings: col. 1816. 
XpvaoKoWa, refs. Chimie 4. 10, 5. 2, 57. 22, 
to^/ «ol o» yCLS>CLOQL£DOiD liquor of copper, 
ib. 58. 6 ; ib. 2. 8, 46. 7 ; ^J^a-oa-i»o^r> 
u alliage d'or", ib. 10, 10. 

yOtQL^i»o;D xp V(T ^py v l )OV ' iax on a t ra d e , 
Syr. Rom. Rechtsb. 32. 

*o »ao o +0 correct iOuco^ npoo-obov, revenues, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 267. n. 

lo&^&oo^d Chimie 1 1 pen. and ^^ 00x0^3 
ib. 47 pen. See |>.^^apo^ residue after 
extraction of saffron oil. 

llo Apli. jjo^col. 181 7. 1) to proclaim, 
Mitii.yi llni Takhsa 24. 4 af., to repeat 
a Karuzutha, Jl'oJo^ juoo*, Jj^i ib. 58. 9 af., 
^f)^jio ib. 8 infra. 4) to disinherit publicly, 
UUcu ^S o»L*|Jjd( o»rcu*^iflo /*is profligacy 
caused him to be disinherited, Ephr. ed. Lamy 
*"• 43 1 JLeL;! ^mo sA.Lcr\>l o»?^J JN ^m-? 
l&iu? Philox. 98. 17. Cf. Aph. part. ]h*&> 
disinherited. 5) aTreKrjpv^e, to execrate, pro- 
nounce accursed, o*i*ix>jch^. ojJs/"Sev. Lett. 
348. 17, 397 variant 11. 15 where the text 
has o;JLd : and so 460 n. 7, text yOo»N U^^ 

«fiDOfoMO£0. Ettaphal foil? aireKrjpvxBrj i. q. 

Aph. 5) Sev. Lett. 397 n. 6, text. o*^kj»/. 

]L°o)o»3 col. 1 818. 3) add: bidding prayer 
before the litany, Gk. €kt€ptj, Daily Offices, 
Maclean. Refs. Takhsa 10 bis, Brev, Chald. 
1. 9. 13, 19, 29. 2 and often, Qdham W. 
9- 4 af., 33 Pen., f i-^P? JLoj6^> ib. 267. 2. 
R.JLol6^ib.tit. 

Uloti clamorous, vociferous, jl^N^np JioJl 
Ulo^o JkJ^^jso Jl JLcu-L ^» «->fcs*, But. Sap. 
Pol. iii. 3. 

ks^(5i^i publicly, Chimie 253. 6. 

LJj;J>fcoM? col. 181 8. ref. He Who was 
heralded, Ephr. ed. Lamy iv. 721. 16. 

<^k J»s with gloss ^Jltj ^*ls±£a£>( wormwood, 
Warda 246 r. But see ^£o©»Jo»Id col. 181 9 
and Ar. PflnN. 130. 

Julias col. 1819. a hut, cell) JuLjala^ ^JsL 
<*-^£ oo» ufc.-\.»o JfcLj^Lo? i. e. he took a hut 
for his solitary cell and shut himself in, Mar 
^enj. 67. 



JJaLiao dimin. m. a poor hut, A.M.B. 
i. 490 ; yOoticLj**^? |Jcu*9cio .cu»k*sfesJ let 
the cells of their p overly open, Sev. Lett. 
in. 13. 

)i~l'iS m. pi. perh. corrupt for Lat. creditor, 
Syn. Or. 157. 17 " creanciers" ; Chabot infers 
this meaning from the context. Neither 
\^iO nor the heirs may take the fapvrj. 

yQ.^+Jz Chariton, Syr. Melchite saint, Or. 
Xt. iv. 118. 7 ; Brev. Ant. 36. 5. 

)i2^^o m. i.q. [^+ j^ Ar. v^Ov&» a measure, 
Dion. 135. 11. 

I^JOip m. pi. xf>W aTa , money, goods, Dion. 
7- IS- 



ooocL-Qpa^. m *^.o to xp lcrT " v sweet oil. 
Perfumery, marg. jiaaa.m:s Warda 246 v. 

jId col. 1823. to go round begging, **o^O( 
Ud^ff ^»f'L **^ / will beg two darics, Pallad. 
474. 14, 15, 21, 22. To form a round mass, 
boil honey and asparagus *Io? |jao*^» ^JL=u 
|i^^ j^Sf JUo Med. 306. 4. To ball or 
clench the fist, '^bw ^^.v>^3o JC*/ ^^'^> 
[m'+o Comment, on Ps. lxxxiii, WZKM. ix. 
205 pen. Ethpe. ylsli 1. 13 of par. 3) trs. 
Ex. xii. 39 to following col. It is Ethpa. 
CLp£o&s.\ft\ to go about; see Maus. and Urm. 
To be in circulation, <*^is^9 |oo^U the 
treatise which is being circulated, Sev. Lett. 
504. 15. Pa. yUs add: to twist round, 
UoU- N ^f Iuxi^clI^d o*jd^oo— **JLj he bored 
a hole spirally like a shell, Jac. Sar. Horn. iii. 
158. 9. Ethpa. yUirwith Jf?cu*:> to turn 
round and round, Med. 30. 9. Bit. to icalk 
round, form a jwocession, o( Jif ^s^^od 
)l«-^^ fc^|jjfo*» fcs^s Bar Sal. in Lit. 19. 24. 
Aph. j1d( to turn, ^^2>\^> y£o? r turn it 
incessantly, Chimie 16. 14, 

lafoo col. 1826. Bit. the refrain of a hymn 
or psalm, )Lo><xd 0/ Icua^L Brev. Ant. i. 
54 a *5> u\ \v> ..»? U.»i,w 6? o^S>QO its 
refrain or resjwnse Have mercy on me, ib. 
58 b 4, 128 b 3, Ju9>cl_do ttjGi psalms and 
refrains, ib. 125 a 12, 16, b 6, 17, iii. 360& 13, 
Hist. Mon. i. 142, ii. 291 11. 3, 446 n. 3. Cf. 
Auglice rounds. 

z 2 



KU^lOA 



172 



rciflo^ 



U^D9q!.d col. 1826. 1. 5 of par. a crane. 
Dele the ref. to Kal-w-Dim. and add 205. 15 ; 
pi. Anecd. Syr. iv. 66. 15. 

iioo^> col. 1826. m. Add: )^_»«~» Ju^oj-d 
c*X yi~il/ jfcoocLf a certain term of days 
has been fixed for him, Sev. Lett. 24. 13. 

JLa?£o Med. 30. 12 correct Jfcllao^o col. 
1826 infra, whirlpools, eddies in rivers. 

M-o;:>koo col. 1828. encyclopedic, ]Lo?Uio 
]^Lad;o^to Sev. Ant. Vit. 15.UU., marg.,98. 2. 
PL f. ]l^-A-i-^iu5kci cyKVKkms naidela current 
affairs, II. O. C. 115. 14. 

K~ Uotsfeoo col. 1828. with circular motion, 
U±£j I^Uo;otoo |^09 said of a whirlwind, 
N. Hist. v. 3. 3. 

\£J> Fort as a place-name, col. 1829. Cf. 
under \d*d col. 1827 and add: ^^^>? )b^> 
as o -X^ o the capital of Beth Garmai now udo;o 
Kerkuk, Syn. Or. 674 ; 53. 16, 91 etc. 
Hist. Mon. i. 68. 10, Pers. Mart. 267 ; \&+o 
y+\. or .»A) in Khuzistan, below Susa, near 
the ruins of Iwan-i-Kerk on the river Kerha, 
Syn. Or. 271 n. 4, f. and often; ^00? J^o^d 

Ar. ^jL**ww-© «^»-S formerly Snao-lvov Xapa£ 
between the Tigris and the Eulaeus (Karun) 
rivers, not far from Bassora, ib. 272 and often, 
Guidi ZDMG. xliii. 411; Kisij Ji^S the 
same place, Rahlfs on Kessler's Mani, G.G.A. 
1889, 921, 923; J^;5j JfoM the Tigris, ib. 

97. 4 f. 

•5^5 to brand, jaili^N n^o^oo «£*oj? 
yOo». \ >» M A ,a another governor was sent to 
brand, and mark men on the neck like slaves, 
" stifjmatiser et marquer'\ Dion. 124. 8; 
^OMJO ? o^aj )l^x» f jsoo otfU? \-m**, ib. 148. 13, 
149. 4. 

UtOi-^-VJ m. a brander, pi. Dion. 124. 7, 
148. 11, 12. 

)fc!Xo^ f. a ring at the end of a girth, 
Jjil Ul*. El. Nis. 40. 7, BA. Cod. Goth. 
4883. Cf. K. under J^[cl^9 col. 3145, and 
JfclXij^iii col. 1839. 

l^a^fcuo col. 1830. m. saffron, autumn 
crocus, Ar. PflnN. 215, yUSL^J .o* BH. on 



Prov. vii. 17, Med. 49 bis, 50. 8, 82. 19, 83 bis, 
Uaoioo? \v\rr\? 148. 5, «-*^? ^oql^U^j( 
UcLDfcxa, ib. 370. 17, 19 and often. ^Io»onr»tao 
the blossoms or heads of lilies (?) ib. 302. 6; 
)UA^*ia jc^oiao Cilician saffron, Chimie 3. 7, 
11. 21. [m .otd-o ;.fi..V, is probably the 
rhizome of Curcuma longa, the turmeric plant, 
a gingerwort, Ar. PflnN. 220, Med. 61. 13. 

p5;5 denom. verb from (jaa^fao, to turn 
yellow or reddish, col . 1 8 30. E th palpal yio i.o L< 
£0 fe mac/<? yellow or reddish, — )„• »» t 

firass is turned yellow by pompholyx or 
antimony, N. Hist. iii. 11. 3. 

^£0 denom. verb from JJo*d col. 1831. 
Pass. part, ^-p bent like a hook, 4 Mace. 
467 ; hooked, fastened with a hook, fcof ^*^s 
%ajcL*, tfi&AJ?^^., S. Dan. 67 b 2, 

hz&J) col. 1832. a vinedresser , ref. Med. 9. 3. 

Jl^o^9 col. 1832. a vinedresser, Joo^o J^( 
U^kw^o But. Sap. Pol. ii. 1. 

)o£i^ Poet. Syr. 14. 11. See under ji^o^o. 

juob;£ vintage season, autumn, JIclX.o^ 
Jku^? loo^? K.O.C. iv. 359. 

jutt*.d col. 1832. i.q. o^&i-o col. 1833. 
a Jacobite bishopric, not identified, prob. 
Karma, a fortress belonging to Tagrit, Syn. 
Or. 299 and often, Guidi ZDMG. xliii. 411; 
Pers. Mart. 231. 

t^L»;o a drug used with (^^. lichen for 
liver complaints, Med. 355. 11. 

jjuoo+o m. pi. abbrev. form from «**^0»d 
col. 1834. people of Carmelish, G. Warda ed. 
A. Deutsch 8. 8, 9. 9. Cf. Nold. Gr. 75. 

Xj^o Ethpa. SjU>1( denom. verb from 
(ujo^ottd x €l P 0T()VLa 1° oe consecrated bishop, 
EL Tirha'n 3, 4. 

^.ouJiD a chronicle, Anecd. Syr. iii. 133. 7> 
134. 23. See yanAJotd and other spellings) 
col. 1 814. 

a»iLo, Ju-co^P col. 1835. 7 Lcd^o *#L'|j£ 
diarrhoea, ref. Med. 291. 17, 301. 20. 

[jb+o (? |«Ax) some plant, Med. 576. 9. 



r£i»^ 



173 



&urd=uii^ 



Uo;ocol. 1835. Add: village and monastery 
in Kashkar, Chast. 62. 8, 9. 

UooofCLS m. dimin. of (lLodjod a chair, Jab. 
36. 10. 

JUuifds cf. Heb. tt?3nn (?) pi. stones of 
grapes, ^ ch^jlo> > ar> «»nft v> ♦£ Med. 573. 18, 
and see Jl^islf ^oUjaajJao ib. 59. 16. 

)&»{<£> col. 1835. 1) add: E-Syr. burial 
service-book for the clergy, that for the laity is 
)».*i.&, Maclean. 2) Ar. ~^» dual cJ ~<-»y^ 
saddle-bags, Hiibschrnann, ZDMG. xxxvi 130. 
Cf. J^jao col. 181 1 and J5»cld col. 181 7. 

>oofc.*-^-tt><-3 Christian- Jewishy El. Tir. 
Gram. 4. 2. 

CLa^u^»iD, Jtaflxil^ojo f. Christianity, 
Syn. Or. 69. 15. 

^£3, l^Llo col. 1837. I^o^kf |l^£s the leg 
of a bedstead, Pallad. 604. 18 ; pi. Gest. Alex. 
218. 13. L. 15 of par. dele ref. to yCLXLoo {*«->/ 
Androsaemum, and corr. JObL;^ : and so col. 
257 and DBB. 200. 3, see Ar. PflnN. 320. 

Jok«Ji> col. 1837. beestings or butter, an 
ingredient of Marham, a salve for wounds, 
Med. 585. 12, 586. 1, \JLJ> ©» J«i»oj ib. 1. 16, 
**.aJ^*d V s f jlV>»J> gloss. aJL^j, ib. 587. 1, 
Protection 27. 3, 6. 

Jl^S*^ m. pi. pustules, BB. under |^j4J 
col. 241 1 = DBB. 1263. 

*;o. Kj'cld (text J*>ao) Arab. \jo/>- pi. m. 
earrings, BHChr. 324; id. in Jos. iv. 18. 

U*p col. 1839. ref. a girth, \£*,*d o.v 
o»; v\»»^>. A.M.B. vii. 399. 4 af. 

Jl'^o col. 1840. a bundle, load, ref. JLV-ii 
Hist. Mon. i. 126. 16. 

Uoi^ col. 1840. a Kurd, Kurdish, .*oi 
UoLiS )|Sj>ft>Q Kurdish grammar, Journ. As. 
1906, 72 infra. PI. \161J> Kurds of Kartaio, 
a region west of the Lower Zab, above Arbela, 
Pers. Mart. 207, Hist. Mon. i. 98 f., 294, 321, 
Jab. 121. 6, 123 med. 

JLT;a or )t'Jz name of the principal church 
in Tagrit, BHChr. Eccl. ii. 309. 

^iocol.1842. of shooting stars, 00 o* ^Ad 
l^i^k Dion. 6. 14. Ethpa. ^ILir to be 



transfixed, pierced with arrows, Anecd. Syr. 
iii. 305. 9. 

^oajfci! col. 1843. Hit. a large book of 
variable anthems for use at evening service, 
Brev. Chald. i. 41. 10, 44. 5 af. J^ouf Joioao 
%,aaAAa> ^./ ib. 41. 10; 53. 2; QdhamW. 
84. 16, 85. 5. 

*iL*.£ col. 1843. l ) j£^> Kashkar, now 
Wasit, the chief bpric. under the patriarchal 
See of Ctesiphon, Eransahr 2 1 ; Syn. Or. 675 ; 
33, 36 and often, ZDMG. xliii. 395. 7. 2) 



Kashgar also spelt 



on the borders of 



China and Turkistan, col. 1842; Jab. 19. 6 
and n. 

iltojko a native of Kashkar ; add : Syn. Or. 
44. 23, 70. 29, 246. 18, Ju^ao i+±2>i ZDMG. 
xliii. 396 pen. 

%Jo col. 1844. )jS«tv> m. scandalous, 
an offender, Ishoyahb Lett. 49 ult. PI. Syn. 
Or. 174. 29. 

I^ck col. 1846. 2) Pers. -o ^ya rug. 
Cf. tajwCL^col. 693, JjajjfcjwCL^and JUca^a^ 
R. Duval. 

j&*3 i. q. J&a,o£ rough material, \j2ljla 
) ;-V act f a girdle of rough hair-cloth, Jo. Tell. 
25. 1. Cf. NHeb. NBB>3. 

•JLo col. 1847. im Hammurabi Code, 
Ar. jJS to abound, be in perfect condition ; 
to be energetic, lucky, S. Langdon, ZA. xxi. 
283 ff. 

ofco col. 1850. Aph. oko/'to dictate, 
Or. Xt. i. 300. 12: see under Uij^aj£>. 

mc& m. a register, S. Fraenk. ZDMG. Hi. 
153; Uimr>I? Ulad Brook's Chron. 573. 6, 
Chron. Min. 232. 14. 

fc^liko in writing , Hist. Mon. i. 65. 9 ; 
in the words of Scripture, Sev. Lett. 123. 6. 

Jlo-aofc^ col. 1852. the chancery, public 
office, BH. ZDMG. xl. 443. 

kx*£o, Jfcl^*io col. 1852 infra. Jk^J^s 
J^oosf hieroglyphics, Gest. Alex. 70. 12. 
Cf. Utaoci col. 1758. 

fc^^fco with M aypafyvsy unwritten, oral, 
A.M.B. v. 384. 17, 1 8, 20. 



rCA>CUx>A\^ 



174 



JL'oa^io f. writing. For .oolaa^ofcoo 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 275. 23 corr. yCioia^Ua^ 
in what you have ivritten. 

\ 1 ^ ^^ add: a Writing Master. One 
V)ho reads, dictates, ooqi ^ol^of JlsfcJLsi 
J^Ll,? JL'cuti^-a.-i «t-»i )&ok*aX readers who 
dictated to copyists according to the text of the 
codex, Or. Xt. i. 300. 12. 

JLcLiilS*ai add : the text, JLai^ls^Q^? y»( 
ok-si/ Or. Xt. i. 362. 6 and see under 

*#l^o Cathay i.e. North China, Jab. 29. 1. 
I.q. Jl£5 col. 1849 and J^.5 coL 1721. 

tko col. 1849. Cypriotes, Greeks; add: 
a»6ts_j*a_o **ot wo? k-j^?t : « : )^^-9. Op. 
Nest. 127. 18. Correct u»6fcli^>aja 'A^nm 

jjfco Ethpa. oKoircol. 1856. 1 and 2 of 
par. 1) to be deeply marked, indelible^ to the 



ref. to Eth. ed. Par. 267 ult. dele the suggestion 
and add : hv<ranak\aKToi )jkSu Qs^p ^ao^ofeoo 
Stud. Sin. iv. 15. 8. Cf. An. Syr. 16. 9. 

jXftLoa, JfcluLcuocol. 1857. Add: a membrane, 
jfeJi^? JkwJlao (sic) egg-shells, Chimie 25. 22 
= taXfl ib. 26. 11. 

>!^-o. JU'clLd col. i860. Add: 1) geom. 
length, extension, *a->( k^^L JfLouo t^,».ift v v 
Jl^aj^a^ Jl<Xi^A, .lu^io-flo .\Ji}l there are 
three 2)roj>erties of linear figures, outline, 
surface, solidity, But. Sap. ii. 2. 2. 2) a mid- 
day meal, BA. under Jio^L col. 4314. 

UJtkJkJtt stationary, fixed, f. pi. aquatic 
animals are Jls-lj»is-ijso as sponges, opp. 
)k!!i!iIn^ moving from place to place as fishes, 
N. Hist. vii. 1. 1 ; continuing, abiding, i*»fc^ 
uJtfcoja povifjuhrfpos, 4 Mace. 63. 19, Cat. Ar. 
Jac. Edes. 15. 1. 

**,fc**o. \.*.i ^o^-pIT relating to contest, of 
contest. Hist. Mon. i. 316. 11. 



^ end of first par. add : often substituted 
for r in Latin words e.g. )»a^jn^\fr protector, 
and in Greek names especially those from 
Pehlevi or Persian sources. See confused 
mis-spellings of names in Gest. Alex. 

Jl col. 1869. par. 9. Followed by the 
Nom. in oaths, Verily, by, cf. Gr. oh top, 
Jjso* o©» Jl Mar Bassus 22. 285; **fcL^k{aa/ D? 
by al-Uzza, Bahira 203. 12, transl. 205 
n. 4. 

ha.sH, jfeirOs> col. 1 88 1. pr. n. Laboda, 
twin sister of Abel, BHChr. 3, Apis ***o. 5 
but called twin sister of Cain, trans. 25 n. 1 
= Schatzh. 34. 2. 

*coJI \afios for XcVos 1 a scale, husk: see 
yQjiJJo^j and yO^JJcuOiia below. 

Ji^J) \avpa, a monastery ', Pleroph. 13. 8, 10, 
17. 7, in 7- 



J^a^JI Aayitys, Lagide. PI. J.!^ ii^so 
the Lagide dynasty, Jac. Edes. E. O. C. v. 

587. 2. 

Uboll Libya, Or. Xt. i. 84. 6. See Ua^ 
col. 1903. 

^•i-ooJI perh. lucerna, a lamp, with gloss 
1^.*, .©» Warda 246 r. 

o»cua-^-jo)J Leontius, col. 1873. Add: 
professor of law at Beyrout, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
47 . 10. (^o£joH a priest of Tripoli, ib. 81. 4* 

)o.2>o)J col. 1873. Corr. a vice, screw, press, 
K, under I^Jxpcla col. 3519. See w-Jj-' 
Dozy 358 sq. 

U90II XavpaTov, UioJJo o»xocu a garlanded 
bust, Zach. Rhet. ii. 200. 1 = Anecd. Syr. iii- 
325. 4, Hamilton and Brooks. But see other 
explanations under J^i©( p. 10 6. 



.no\ 



«\ 



175 



?»o)JJ col. 1874. lapis lazuli, ref. Caus. 
Caus. 265. 1, Chimie 4. 6. 

Un^^JI Aao&iKCLa, Laodicea, Apoc. iii. 14 
ed. Gwynn, )£a.»»^ Bagst. ib., id. i u ed. 
Gwynn, 1^9-?®!! ^ a g s ^- 

^Jl. [d)Uo col. 1874. title of a bishop 
U~»*o *sJL» ^^0 \U^ he enquired after 
your Angelicalness, Jul. 12. 2. 

JfcLa-.JL£> f. a company of angels , Apoc. 
xii. 7 Bagst., wo»do)L»o ^»)va*^o ib. Gwynn. 

Ju|l»JI Ai/xcVf?, ports, Anecd. Syr. iii. 221. 11. 
See JLfjL^X col. 1952. 

^ry g\ . vyll (fcflocu-^-ja«9) perh. Pontus 
Polymoniakos, Nold. F. S. 475, 146. 

*euiNp)l Xeifivviov, wild beet, Galen. 279. 
See ^m^luoxiA col. 1940 pen. 

^flocu^aioJI Lampetius, a heretic, Sev. Lett. 
61. 3. Cf. .en » ,fr <?>yvX id. Vit. 106. 12, 
col. 1947. 

sen h tyf j)^ oo)J Lasanasis, daughter of 

Constantine the Great, A. M.B. v. 450. 6, 
453- 10. 

]^fio)J f. a woollen cloak. Ref. Lexx. under 
Ik,*^ v col. 2764. 

ka^ooU Laconian, Lacedaemonian, Bod. Or. 
467. 28 v quoted under J^Xo col. 1742. 

same as the preceding: \ ~\\n 



cuo) 



&LjdoJJ hybrids from tlie dog and tlie vixen, 
N. Hist, vii. 4. 2. PL f. JfciiLj'd*!! %k±2> 
ib. 4. 3. 

ualjl i.q. ^fc*A, T$l col. 1976. A half-homer, 
it contains 15 JLo^so so equals 1 a Phoenician 
cor or Jo* >ojiOQ.^yoVop, Epiph. 4. 

\ ^ NT col. 1877. Add: the pylorus was 
so-called, M^ o/ r l»;S f*2> Med. 267. 6, 
272. 10 ; E^s &\o a pain at the lower end of 
the stomach, ib. 280. 9; oo^£ \IL) suffering 
from diarrhoea i.e. loosened pylorus, ib. 567. 3 ; 
l^iij Jul of cramp, Protection 92. 1 ; the inner 
part = palm of the hand, )fcs.m,9^ ^cus>. 
**<*c££^j>?o i#o»opj? )&*£ ^£ o »£ ^^ <^£° 
dip a rag in it and cool the palms and soles, 



ib. 580. 23. Metaph. the heart, affections, 
Jo^Li? J^£ ^0$ David, the man after God*s 
heart, Is. Nin. B. 116. 16. oo ^y <h^> ^3/ 

ou Ovfxnv Kctreduv, ipse suum cor edens, his mind 
fretted = reproached him, Pet. Ib. 54. 4. 

t^ 4 -i ^ SI in his heart i.e. silently, Jj-so 
fe^U^N, Takhsa 13. 13. 

^U^ Libya, Gest. Alex. 10. 15. Usually 
l^CL^k col. 1903 or JjL^*^ col. 1936. 

jLiJia^ pr.n.m. Lebana, Patr. Or. v. 5. 729. 
h 3, 7- 



Nest. Herac. 500 
o Pallad. 



*a^ pass. part. »»V\ col. 1880. congealed, 
frozen, »+**,? )rr^l Jjchx^ fD Gest. Alex. 
134. 8. Ethpe. ».a\ l/" a soft substance 
t^a^koo can be crushed together, cornpressed, 
N. Hist. iii. i. sect* 2. 

Ij^ ^.\, prob. from Levi, a levitical 
garment, a dalmatic, A.M.B. v. 166. 13. 15. 
Cf. Du Gauge 795. 

^i^ col. 1882. Add under 1) to take to, 
betake oneself to, cujol© ooot «*->\ ^^i> 
they nearly came to the point of confessing, 
16; ioai ^ci -1 \ JL' 
653. 22. 2) to adopt 
a profession, a monastic rule ; jL&wOA*?? ^ W 
k*^ Sev. Ant. Vit. 89 ult,, Uji Ji^t 
haoojs&j |j« ^ ; a\y Pallad. 182. 9. 3) to 
take root, J^^^^ci— Jfc^> j Med. 587. 16. 
4) to persist, endure, A\\ Jo*>*^. t ^ S 
" Ille tenebit ", Our Lord holds on for evermore, 
Stud, Syr. ii. 14. With nouns : \jx>? to be 
based, founded, [zxW. ^*j? labile ^Aqo 

^ c k ^ V ^*+a£d( tlie loins are the foundations 
of the heart (or stomach) which is built upon 
them and the loins are based on the sinews 
which are bound up with them, Hebraica iv. 
2I 5> 2 39 f- Juio^to take refuge, Ephr. Jos. 
305. 14. I^jLcu* the opinion prevailed, Pet. 
Ib. 131. 12. yA\ t » \£*£ a current rumour, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 58. 6. With l^v* to take to 
heart, understand, A. M.B. v. 250. 18. UaJ to 
refrain, be abstinent, ^»oml&j ^i-i^? Pallad. 
207. 18, 312. 11 ; ^ao otisu y£& ib. 313. 7, 
pi. 1. 19. jiocLcd to hold the breath, Natur 5. 6. 



Ki&CuA 



176 



oA 



to take to, adopt a custom ; to become 
customary; Jul. 61. 16, ZDMG. xxix. 90. 5, 
Pet. lb. 136. 9, ©oljb y.VS )«-*-*■ Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 11. 10. Part. y^^\ active sense: 
containing, comprising, JuL&o& J^Lo^f J loo* 
« ->.^ JLlas Pallad. 119 ult. Astron. to hold, 
have power over, JojjL^J )uwo\^) \%s^L )?o^ 
«»»-*N> Gest. Alex. 19. 14 = *-*-*{ ib. 21. 10. 
Chem. to seize, combine with, Chimie 47. 7- 
Aph. *f£^(to take hold, hold fast with o to, 
oOsJ ^N.v> )i^ Natur 57. 6. 

l^ocu^L col. 1885. retentive, one of the four 
llild Jill Med. no. 11, 22 ; )j.*Ippo j^oa^ 
binding and astringent, ib. 212. 6 ; K-~o» 
Jl^ rtOy "V esprit saisissant " , Chimie 19. n. 

l>ja^\ col. 1885. Add: let, hindrance, 
obstacle, Jo»?f/ ^oj , % ta o ^so? )^J> o ^\ ^ao 
Sev. Lett. 194. 14. Restraint, |u5a^\ fc**^ 
prison, id. Vit. 289. 6 ; o»LLv>? jIoo^N Is. 
Nin. B. 253 ult. 

Jfclai^ or J&xi^ col. 1885. Atld : a tone > 
melody, )^tS*\2> J^oU i£{bs& this psalm 
is recited two clauses at a time and to a tone, 
QdhamW. 97. 15. 

)l^Qvva m. music, a tone yOo^o JLb y*^*, 
. ^_y ->*/ JuuJLaaja ~6©»f Uait^j&? Journ. As. 
1908, 348; Uaix^oof Juiia^ ji^ "fin des 
anciennes toniques", ib. 349. Cf. Jk. o-vN . 

)^SA\x> f. i.q. HA\v>col. 1885. a handle, 
BA. under JjJo^J) col. 3597. 

))'<?*A ^NTy^ col. 1885. liability to be 
ensnared, Pallad. 258. 19 ; \+—Ji — 00 — X 
JIVio^nT^vJ^ difficult to restrain, Is. Nin. 
7 a 11. 

>-^ col. 1885. t«iA\ ( (JuLIj) x a ^ K0 ^fi ap °s, 
Apoc. i. 15, ii. 18 ed. Gwynn where Bagst. 
has )filAV 

}S-4\.^> col. 1887. the frame of a doorway, 
Pallad. 130 ult. 

jy ^A^V Labrax, sea-bass, Ar. FischN. 82, 

- ^\ col. 1887. Ethpe. ^A^lf add : 
o^a^lX? J«-»k*-^. ready to wear, Sev. Coll. Lett. 
242. 12. Metaph. j*:^U? oo« that which is 



put on, assumed, viz. human nature, Nest. 
Herac. 303. 6. 

v^ col. 1890. Ethpalp. y^S^vl/ to be 
lisped, muttered ^x> )+a£±d ©^ Is^^loo 
>fn»rn">\ Sev. Lett. 244. 12. 

)JJo*^^. J]^js> )J?o.^X \Ul name of a strong 
draught, Med. 48. 15, 49. 21, 136. 16. 

tfioci,^^ Xo'yof, word, promise — safe-conduct, 
Jo. Tell. 39. 4. Discourse, narrative, u»o^W 
)^j^L? the Ninth Book, Sev. Ant. Vit. 275. 9 ; 
276. 4, Anecd. Syr. iii. 216. 20, 226. 23, 
tfioo^t ib. 253. 6. Cf. jqa^^ ib. 1. 1 and 
col. 1893. 

Jt^n^NT dimin. of Jl£^£ f. « small bowl, 
little dish, otl&Ck^ Anecd. Syr. ii. 198. 1 8 

) 1 - ^ col. 1894. Cynara Scolymus, the 
artichoke, Jju^£? \^^- Me ^. 575- 18 and ult. 

^^S denom. verb from Aoyi*d?, to reason^ 
, : n^C*s« yX S. Dan. 54. 19; the prophet 
Haggai jieXv %5 ^J^ J!-D ® ) ^ » * - v> Jfcl? ^^* 
ib. 57 b 7. Ethpa. *a^£L( to be calculated, 
Poet. Syr. 109. 6. 

Jl^<^£ col. 1891. 1. a basin. Dele the form 
J4^L BHGr. i. 30. 16. Fibre® )]^ )\L^ 
walnut fibre, Budge, Med. 55. 15, ^ao ?6*^ 
Jk^^H scrape it off the fibre, 1. 16. 

Jfci.^X col. 1 89 1. a garden bed. Add: 
a plot of ground \*jLj£s JbLx-.^/ 1^-^^ 
©♦to/'BH. Norn. 189. 3 af. 190". 2, 6. 

kaok*,^, Anecd. Syr. iii. 215. 25 quoted 
col. 1 81 3: audit, " statement of accounts, 
Hamilton and Brooks. 

*»o-.*X for ^dgu^/ and *£*+J±( q. v. 
Pr. 11. m. Jlelladius, Pleroph. 1 8. 8. 

p->*^ the Ludim, descended from Mizraini, 
Chron. Min. 324. 7, 355. 23. 

Jj^ col. 1894. ladanum, resin from gum 
ciHtus, see Lexx. under o»olsm^> col. 31 1°- 
Kef. Med. 374. 4, 20, 378. 1, 419- <>• 

J^jjX col. 1894. Dele. It is a quotation 
from Prov. vi. 19 given under [^9 col. 39 22 ' 

o^. Ethpalpal o^o^l/col. 1894. to be 



n^crAcvA 



177 



kS.igA 



madly excited, )L*^«J3 Jjolo^J^ ^»^Xo»-£fco*» 
)lofflftn^,v> Io;a°>aO Scv. Lett. 82. 12. 

)^ s^ft\ for JoC£o»clJ^ m. stupefaction, 
Tekkaf. 38. 192. 

lo^col. 1894. h^[^o^i>2)antt7i(j, wearily, 
^L'J> J^[loi^Jo [i*. N. Hist. vii. 4. 4. 

(JioCxi stupid) a simjrtetcyri, BH. ZDMG 
xl. 443. 

«o^)J<h9qAjIo»X Leontopetalon, so correct 
for v a^)i^maci^!oC^ BH. de PI. 1 16 Gottbeil 
ZDMG. xliii. 126. 

oo»\ col. 1895. l^-»K.^o»\ m.*& duinvpov, 

ardently, A. M. B. v. 348. 10. 

JLaxio^fcC*^ f. t7ri(j)\oyi(TfitiTa, inflamma- 
tion, Hippoc. v. 21. 

^o^ Ethpa. ^ICLlT col. 1897. to be 
kindled, to glow, Poet. Syr. 58. 13. Metaph. 
to long fervently ^o^l^J *-»? )tlv> n.»>.\ 
Tekkaf. 105. 

»oo»\. JLouSoCifco© col. 1898. a craving, 
ref. yJa.\.«a» JLdo/ LcLuao^fcok But. Sap. 
Eth. 4. 3. 

iofX denom. verb from Jio*^ col. 1898. 
Aph. lo£±l r to pant, loCxab 4 Mace. vi. n. 
Thes. has this ref. as Pael. JioC^ ^» ^»lo »X ao 

Hunt. clxx. 

jlV^ and )U<H^k 1) panting, breathlessness, 
Sev. Ant. Horn. 15. 12; ^t'<i^ ^o ^ao ^.oa 

the floor of the den will break asunder at the 
sound of thy shout, Jac. Sar. Horn. iii. 746. 1. 
2) asthma. Kefs. BH. de PL Nos. 108, 216, 
Hippoc. iii. 21, 25, 29, vi. 44, Med. 186. 18, 
189 bis and often. 

ULof-Xi asthmatic. PL |lJLchJ^j& Med. 
194. 4- 

cl^L col. 1898. double negative Jl a^ not 
<it all, by no means, BHGr. L 49. 7. 

)oJ^ col. 1899. Act. part. ]Ucl^: add: 
*xi^^ Jfot UoX this befalls thieves, this is 
<* consequence of thieving, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 
55 1 . Pael wa^L Tahn. W to accompany. Esp. 



used of a funeral procession : ^k ^io^Lao 
j]^~*9 the birds will attend us to the grave, 
Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 207. Ethpa. wa^Ll/ to 
accompany, jo^ko .aa\ )©^mo ) Lnt>\ .» -> o^j 

go in peace and God be uith you, Ephr. ed. 
Lamy iii. 193 sexies. 

)kl»CL^ col. 1 90 1. Add: company, ^i.\a 
iaI^clW Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 343. 

]fcLo.^.i f. the companion 1 Name of a 
demon, Charms 84. 8. 

o|oX corrupt : probably meant for y-*\ . 

blessed are ye, my ears, for the voice of 
jackals has not taken hold of you, Mar. Marc. 
165. 13. 

JuL*d^ Arab. l^U\ El. Nis. 49. 15. f. 
Phaseolus, haricot bean, Ar. PflnN. 234, Med. 
597. 8. 

^ N. a village near Khan tour, M. Z. 



213. 1. 

. qv fl^ Vrtyj ^X col. 1903. Ligusticum, lovage, 
ref. Med. 99. 4, 196. 22, 299. 8, 308 ult. 
See .cio^ioQ^ col. 1938. 

.o^^^ci^ Lugdunum, Lyons, yO^^a-X 
JuX^p? Or. Xt. ii. 354 ult., Sev. Lett. 193. 21. 
Cf. .0^ col. 1891 and yofl^o.^ col. 1903. 

(vX^La^o^ col. 1904. XoyuBeTJ]!, auditor, 
chancellor. Add : A.M.B. iv. 320, 
Sev. Lett. 324 pen. 



2716 



col. 1904. pi. m. high civic 
functionaries, ref. A.M.B. i. 251. 1. 

IJLcufa^L m. pi. Laodicean sc. swine, N. Hist, 
vii. 1. 4. 

)»jc£^ col. 1905. a) Xovdiipios. a player, 
gladiator, U^*3o l»?^»> k*aJ? bad characters, 
BHChr. Eccl. ii. 385; Syr.-Rom. Keehtsb. 7. 
b) \m'So/)or, an informer, Zach. Ilhet. ii. 114- 6, 
128. 7 = Atiecd. Syr. iii. 272. 5 where Land 
has )>?cl^; ib. 282. 11, 283. 2. So Alliens 
but R. Duval says Xovfiaptos is correct. See 
Nold. Lit. Central Bl. 1899, p. 1364. p l- 
JffoJ^ calumniators; so Severus calls his 
gainsayers, Sev. Ant. Vit. 283. 5, 284. i. 

A a 



cA 



178 



r£siol 



;o-^ col. 1906. 2 af. Luz, a village on 
the Zab, add: Hist. Mon. i. 361. 18, Pers. 
Mart. 277. 

w+cfX, |JiCu^ col. 1906. a tablet, add; pi. 
em ph. jfcJLtd^ Dion. 213, 1. PI. abs. ^a*q-X 
paradigms, But. Sap, Periherm. iii. 4. 

^a^ Pa. ,^J^k col. 1907. to rail at, ^^£1 U 
Jis.^oj3 Mar Bassus 45. 

)ia^ » \ f. accursed thing, abomination, 
Is. Ant. ii. 234. 15. 

• o^oX name of a country. Perh.a mistake 
for yk'as? )>l/ Khotan, Jab. 18. 9 ult. and 11. 

Uja^a^ seems to be the usual spelling for 
litany. See |La^i col. 1939 and add B. Sal. 
in Lit. 21.8. 

aa-»i^CL^ col. 1909. Dele par. 

)J^q\, col. 1908. \(M>T(if)ui, Bhamnus lotus, 
the lote or jujube-tree, Ar. PflnN. 283, ,s^J\ 
El. Nis. 50. 57. 

.*».. ^ - "»o \ col. 1909. Corr. Lonchitis. 
The quotation in BB. is from Dioscorides 

iii. 162, XoyxiTts crfpa <j>vXXa avirjaw OfMoui 

(TKoXomvfylto, Ar. PflnN. 108. 

cl^cl^ Arab. jiyi pearls, Chimie 7. 4, 85. 9. 

|> m i\ N o \ pi. followers of Julian of 
Ilalicarnassus, Phantasiasts, G. Busame 42. 24. 

J£^£c£^ col. 1 9 10. For deriv. Nestle 
proposes lorarius, a harness-maker. 

fCL\, «£k col. 1910. )l'cLi.v>CL^]bo£) f. free 
admission or access, Tekkaf. 40. 229. 

^|joq\ Xvfias f disgrace, BR. in 1 Cor. 
iv. 21. 

J^cboX \rjaTal, robbers, Syn. Or. 77. 9. 

_££oa^t var. h^^ Xovaopiov, lusoria 
navis, a pleasure boat, yacht, Du Gauge, 
A.M.B. v. 539. 16 n., 540. 2. 

>\a\ col. 1 9 1 3. to lick up % Act. part. \&f >^J1 
S. Dan. 66. 7. 

1 y « \ 2) add: yvuBos, the jaw, Hippoc. 
iv. 31, vi. 19. 

«SoX col. 1 914. pass. part. A*X joined, 
bound together t JL'cuolc* A>^? owwcuo, MZ. 



183. 18. Ethpe. sa^ii/ to be joined, united, 
H^aiaJi aa*^ttlo cl*I5 L /'Hist. Mon. i. 36. 14. 
The ref. in Thes. is Philox. 19. 22. 

)L'clSl*X connexion of words, JLaof \^ qj 
)Io9i»\,o 0. Busame 8614. 

upQjuguS>oX Lupiciuus, Bp. of Limyra in 
Lycia, Nold. F. S. 474. 124. 

o*fiCL^ prob. Qapos, the island Pharos in 
the bay of Alexandria, A.M.B. v. 558. 13. 
Var. JfUoX. 

jf}p^\ r} Xfvtcas, -a5a, white, place-name, 
A.M.B. v. 558. 11. 8. 

tCuisoJ^ col. 1916. 1) Xvklov, Lycium, 
Ar. PflnN. 259. Ref. Med. 81. 7, ycui>ci^ 
|uo«jo» 1. 13, 85. io. 2) AvKftov, the Lyceum, 
jjdOA^ .0^00^*3 Jac. Edes. in Cat. Arist. 24. 
3) XfVKuu, chemist's paste, Chimie 29. 20. See 

i£doAjJ}^ pr. 11. m. Leukippus, BH. 
Hebraica iii. 250. 16. 

apoiffuocL^ Lucifer, Bp. of s^jjd, Ant. 
Patr. 298. 8. 

iQ-oXoo-DCL^ and ta*£»feoo tCvnNo(io^> 
corr. \(vkuv x«\ko^oAi;P<W f° r XkoxXkqv pSpKiovy 
molybdochalquc blanc, Chimie 18. 6, 17, 
yon v woQX n. 3. 

jjLb^cx^k col. 19 1 7. See Leucacantha, 
Diosc. iii. xix. 

|l»ooX X(vKo>pa, a white substance, Chimie 
237 11. 6. 

^Itt ftN. col. 191 7. X( vKrj ? XevKavia, whiting, 

cement, paste, o |^«.»Uoo? UlooX Chimie 
29. 18, ^ao\ wO|9 LwLDqX o^aJ^Oa, 1. 20. 

|i »ft^ m.pl. encaustic, Chimie 294 n. 1. 

)>oX Xavpa, a monastery, Sev. Ant. Vit. 

97. 7- 

JfCL^i col. 191 7. 1) Delete, it is a mistake 
for oXvpa, spelt; see JfoXo/ col. 66, Jjct^o/ 
col. 67, J^o/ col. 68, Ar. PflnN. 104. 
2) J»cu^£ lorum, lora f a lash, stripe', !>*• 
^J>cl^ A.M.B. iv. 282 ult. 

U'^A rqs Avpfirjs, Lyrbe, a bpric. in 
Pamphylia, Nold. F. S. i. 472. 83. 



cooi<\\ 



179 






oao09ci^k pr.n. a martyr, brother of uaooi a^S, 
Brev. Ant. i. 35. 11. 

J^fa^ correct ()Ua^Jo?) J^cu*X 1 Jul. 
128.5. 

oJLuto^ pr.n.m. Laurence, Jab. 67 11. 3, 
tttcumjfcu^, ib. 

I* fo^L ra. pi. burial place of Mar N arses, 
Mart, in Persia, A.M.B. iv. 180. 

«*.o^, a^L col. 191 7. to knead) to vjeld, 

Gest. Alex. 267. 8, 268. 9. 

(Joa*^ m. dimin. of \Jl^L a scrap of dough, 
Chimie 85. 18. 

^o^ a drug, agiI; )£©-£ Med. 576. 10. 

idX with ^o col. 1 919. Lo^Sot o»\a\ 
chIo^ ^aoj <++{ <*c&om he turned the whole 
province inside out y Sev. Lett. 25 pen. 

J^ Ethpe. jfc^t/ col. 1922. to be compressed, 
air is rarefied in a vessel filled with water 
;-£to llXilo i^N. Hist. iii. 4. Aph. 
k^M to contract, cause to shrink lo*-»fcw 
U>*Jj <^&? J5j££*>j Rcn*^ N. Hist. iv. ii. 3. 

ILeJytA^k f. contraction, opp. Jlg-V^Aac 
But. Sap. Philos. v. 4. 

JIsjL^ A€(T/3m, the island of Lesbos, Sev. 
Ant. Vit. 26. 1. 

Uid a Lesbian, ib. 24. 2. 

U?Jl£ an Arab ofel-Azd, Hist. Mon. i. 
386. 8. 

(JJbLif) jLooi^ Arab, j;^J m. pi. a viscous 
discharge of the eyes, Med. 557. 4. 

Jjj&C^ = XcvKal white vinegar, Chimie 4. 1. 

u^^, Arab. J, Jl, -AJJ to insist 

t^^^N, urgently, earnestly, ©a-» oJ^it 
k^iill^ MZ. 41. 125. 

1 .>.\,. JLlcL*J^L col. 1924. effacing, the 
meeting of two lines at an angle Lieu^L JJ 
Ileal *Lj does not forbid them to continue to be 
two, But. Sap. Philos. 6. 8. 

Jlou*Xfco£ add : obliteration, JLoufo^koS 



memory is the non-effacing of intellectual forms 
from the mind, But. Sap. Eth. 2. 2. 

^pju*^ Aral). JX* glue, solder, Chimie 54 pen. 

U?cu»^t col. 1925. Add: U-lo wJo^A 
fiovo(f)VT]f, one-natured, of the hypostatical 
union Jl©<*^7 Lo;m^>j Loof's Nest. 369. 6; 
separate .^o*» JfcJ?i**X ^^>i ^» |^f om\ 

Ili^oI a line co7isists of two separate points, 
a plane of four separate lines, a solid of eight, 
But. Sap. Philos. 8. 3. 

tau*^ col. 1926. plaintain, ref. JjL*^? )>1x 
Med. 170. 19. 



\Jl*\ n wS col. 1926. enticing, 
V*^>} sf>( wotQ^oo woot ^jLcuaJL^k Dion. 
161. 20. 

JJlSArOLaM^L fawning as a dog, Ephr. ed. 
Lamy iv. 91. 7 af. KepKmty, Greg. Carm. ii. 
26. 10. 

)l ? Qjtso>aa^^ f. obsequiousness, adulation, 
J !,'«-► k** lUcuifc^rCLO**^ excessive obsequiousness 
But. Sap. Pol. ii. 3 infra; ib. iii. 4. 

yxl^k pass. part. u*A threatened, predicted, 
loot yv,»/S> U=>*£ ^^? ow l^Dcua c»a Anecd. 
Syr. ii. 19. 18. Pa. y\ Z S col. 1928. to 
articulate, to compose a dead body, '^d rwSi 
otloop Juijc* ^& A.M.B. v. 608. 3. 

[Iq .^\ col. 1929. wrath, *oo*lcLaa**^ 
Ji^{? Jul. 36. 16. 

\j>c\ ** \ col. 1930. = 1^20— Id^ a threat, 
Dion. 130. 2. 

IIclLvjuX.np col. 1931. Add: ]Lcoo^X^o 
[. ^ V. ^ • the harmony of the universe, 
Manicheisme 150. 1. q»\.p ^^d JL© kJu> 
»o»fn9> [IoywNnd expressimxs torn from their 
context, Sev. Ant. Vit. 106. 2. 

U vw^koJo, It^.i.vu.Kfeott add : contractile, 
the contractile membrane of the eye sc. the 
iris, N. Hist. vii. 1.2. 

aJL^ Ethpa. >ft LSir col. 1933. t0 oe 
whispered, add : U,e^^ ^a© a II X Uo «.afl7 
lie was directed and influenced by the Magians, 
M.Z. 7. 25. 

a a 2 



nC^OX-CUjA 



180 



AxA 



]Ioa,clw^ f. incantation, Schatzh. 134. 9, 
a variant is J^un^o^. 

y 

\^± col. 1934. to shave , sharpen, a-£^ 
I^joo uotaA^o luJLc Dion. Ined. 461. 6. 
Pa. i*^!£ pass, part. ^X^s well- sharpened, 
Geop. 12. 19 bis. 

J^J! Eat. lata, broad 1 or from J^X sharp, 
Gest. Alex. 205. 2. But Budge thinks the 
word corrupt. 

Jj*>a^X (k-^) ^aTopia, a quarry, Ephr. 
Ref. i. 94. 40. 

^oa^\ P r -n- m. Laetusl colophon to a late 
MS. Mar Bassus x. 5 Syr. 

u»frS. Arab. JaJ to smear. Tmper. 0^ w»o^k 

apply salve, Med. 583. 20. 

<J^ perh. Arab. «JJ to lick; ^» *t&^? 
<»&t Med. 591. 3. 

}>^ K ^ col. 1934. prob. pistachio nuts, 
add ref. (jaii^Xo U^o** )j>d.£j*o JoiT ^L*^ 

Jos. Narses 9. 17. 

.™^Nw kn^o*.\ col. 1934 infra. Add: 
Fraenkel identifies with N.Heb. Dtolv a common 
fellow, ref. JkJJjo jrn^oX lewd men and 
harlots, Vit. Mon. 89. 10. 

^^i;^V (^^a) The Later an Palace in 
Rome, Anecd. Syr. iii. 55. 16. 

jii.^ irapo£vp€tv, to urge, encourage «o3jij? 
loot a^ I \a \ N » cnlo-ix+im -> Pet lb. 
77. 20; yOCHlXi^lS^.3 )a\^\ w<HOA^.\, 
Patr. Or. iii, i. 35. 7. Ethpe. +^±1]* col. 
1936. Add: to be keen, addicted to, <*^±l( 
chLq!^ ^ji \1mo& )l9ia\r> Jab. 436. 7. 

)^ « N , Xty, \lpa, the south-west wind, col. 
1936. Cf. im-^X col. 1887, ~» ^^ col. 1966, 
rr Q>s - col. 1942. 

^floa^cuJcL*^ i. q. )&c\ ^\ frankincense. 
Ref. BH. de PL U 118, col. 1936 ult. Corr. 
<n ftN ^ w^i a decoction. Col. 1937. 3 delete 
the sentence beginning "Post". 

w{ci^X AiPvt), Libya, N. Hist. vii. 4. 2, 
Jac. Edes. Hex. xix. n, xxxi. 15, xxxii. 9. 
Var. i^cuX. Cf. .aolaiu^k col. 1937 al1 ^ 
ujo:>>\/ above, p. 20 a. 



^DO^jQaL*.^ col. 1937. Xiftovoros, SSW. 
wind, N. Hist. v. 3. 2. 

oooo*^2k^ At/3mf, Livias, a place of hot 
springs beyond the Jordan, Pet. lb. 83. 16 
trans. 81 n. 2. 

^qdq.^.a^^ corrupt for ^o^jojiA Med. 
533- 8. ' 

iCluA col. 1938. a salve made from 
frankincense, Med. 82. 5. I.q. yoJj^.* N. 
col. 1937. frankincense, Rev. Ant. Vit. 28. 6, 
Nau in loc. R.O.C. iv. 546, n. 2. 

perh. XayoW, a hare, m&oo 



%fiDOf 



Qj/ )l\\/ wudijpl tflOOtOL^go^y J&f OHt^»( 



V 

N. Hist. vii. 1. 7. 

)ja^X a spice used in embalming, Nau in 
Mart. Petri, R.O.C. iii. 47- 

* »*\ (j [&&) Ledan in Susiana, a residence 
of Sassanian kings, A.M.B. iv. 160, 6, Jab. 
378. 2. See y^£ col. 1893. 

Jt^A^ col. 1939. a pound weight ; 1 lb. 
equals 12 oz. or 6 dinars, Chimie 69. 13. 
= 20 staters i.e. 100 drachms, Med. 446. 11. 

jouX Pers. tsJLl lac, Chimie 2. 14, Jo^ ib. 
50. 6, 252. 9 af., Med. 309. 20. 

*cu^.*a.* N col. 1 94 1. \tfiT]T6v, boundary, 
border country, A.M.B. iii. 299; ^ocu^ 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 314. 8, ^*^ ib. 315. 2; 
iO^jkiaN* )*U El. Nis. Chron. 118. 15. 

.^.^^v Limes, a fortress in Cappadocia, 
Dion. Ined. 460. 6. 

«aoolaA Tjemnos, Chimie 7.17; <nr>> vuX 
ib. 4. 10. Cf. t.«,i-yi »\ Lemnian earth, col. 
1941. 

) ; <* -N 1 ) col. 1942 infra. Ref. lia*^© J*2u^> 
robbers and brigands, Brooks Chron. 573. 14. 
2) a cave, ravine, Lexx. under JkL**-3 col. 
3086. 

6{ot»|k4^ the IAparian islands, N. Hist, 
iv. ii. 2. Cf. );9>»\ col. 1943- 

^•^jx^ electruml Budge, Med. 60. 7. 
fc^X. col. 1943. Pali **IS»*^k to annihilate, 
)^>/ J*j *%** fr* a?**-' J^& M.Z. 32. 8. 



rdi^oAiA 



IlUIo^X non-existent, opp. )JoL'oU-»(, 
But. Sap. Philos. 2. 5, N. Hist. ii. 5, iv. 1 
quater, JfcLJLofc^ id. Philos. 2. 6. 

JUcL-»fcL*J£ col, 1944. Add: IqLV » SI 
LhiIq^ incurability, incurable disease, But. 
Sap. Philos. 2. 2 bis. 

^^^?V ^ XrjSapyos, lethargic, Hippoc. 
iii. 29. 

>JDO»,* ^. »f|ots ».\, col. I945. XiSdpyvpos, 

"litharge" Chimie 5. 3, yO^-^lok » \ ib. 

58. I, yOfa^Ic^X 1. 4. 

. QLA^p^do&^X Xldos <bpvyws, Phrygian stone, 
Chimie 219 n. 6. Cf. Lexx. under ^ooK^ 
col. 1946. 

oil^A c^Aj'511, Xirap&a, Litarba, al-Atharib, 
near Aleppo, Brooks Chron. 576. i4 = C.B.M. 
595> oj{k-^>? J**? ib. 988, Georg. Arab. 3. 3, 
c^J^* J^ ? C.B.M. 708, Jac. Edes. ZDMG. 
xxiv. 261, 263. 

l^aX see la*^. 

)Us<&£L — Jti 001 ^L To Thee, Lord of all, 
an anthem of praise beginning thus. Also 
called the Prayer of Adam. Takhsa 3. 11, 
??^ ? JL'gl!^* prayer before the Lakhumara, 
1. 3, 63. 8, 77 antep., QdhamW. 7. 10, 12. 2 
and often, Brev. Chald. i. 49. 7, 11. 

Jk/vS^ a kind of comet, Med. 550. 13. 

)fcL^£ col. 1 95 1. a lamia, spectre, Charms 
84, 7, JAOS. xv. 288 f., 289. 3. 

l^N Pael part. ^^^ a doubtful word. 
To jeer at, insult, Anecd. Syr. iii. 119. 19, 
123. i2=Zach. Rhet. i. 148. 7; 153. 15. 
Mai has ^ - ** ^ in both places. See 
Script. Vet. Nova Collectio 332 f. Brooks 
suggests )^Vfl for HN,v>v> Anecd. Syr. iii. 
*77. 10. 

)K^y»V the pleura pulmonalis, Hebraica 
iv. 213. 182. 

r ^ ^ col. 1953. jJ 1 vi S..v> connecting, 
Rii^D (JJt^&^Lao But. Sap. Philos. 2. 4. 

jicuj.' ^\,\tL» col 
teaching, Jab. 209. 5. 



181 r£l£o\ 

)l'cLU>ft\irAo& f. catechumenate, Jab. 209. 5. 
J^afc^ col. 1956. from Pers. x+.'> Fraenk. 



1955. the doctorate, 



Fremd. W. 102. felt, ^f JfcwO ot Uoj»j£> 
I^jsoX ^o 0/ JLmS^d ^ 0/ jh^U^l a tent 
is a house made of curtains or of silk or of 
felt, G. Busame 27 b; ; ^ v k\_y» « \\ ^^ 

Uftoi^a/^ coat wadded with cotton, Op. Nest. 
96. 13. 

lemniscus, the sign ~- Epiph. 15. 3. 

^p6i^Iv>\, a city, A.M.B. iii. 276. 

tjj.^.,<a>ft.\ m. pi. followers of > o^ V 
Lampetius, a Cappadocian, anti-monk, anti- 
chastity and poverty, Coupes ii. 141. 

fcflooi vi\ or fcfloo^.*w>\ Lambrus, n. of a 
demon, JAOS. xv. 288. Cf. ^ m^ . 

»ont\X i. e. %a uao ^. 30, 60, 100: Jo©*-> 
»Am.^k^ »*» jot^ (j^o^S .00^ may He reward 
tliem thirty fold, sixtyfold, an hundredfold, Mar 
Ba8sus 62. 9, 

>*J^ i.q. >\cA col. 1959. to lap, lick, 

J^DJ yCL^J Jul. 18 ult. 

«-»-\ \ col. 1959. \ i AnS, )k° » 1 \\ ^ 

voracious, Natur 58. 3. 

JV-^>^> Jl^r^CL^ aj^^JI i-otill Colchicum 
autumnale, BB. under Jf/, ed. Duval 33 ; 
Ar. PflnN. 174. Cf. JC^^xI col. 1308. 

Jl^ col. 1901. ]j^\ m. an orator, Sev. 
Rhet. 133 r. 

*nrfc\\ col. 1963. Imper. ^»aJ^X eat, Med. 
557- 4- 

jrn\\v> col. 1964. Point lm-^^i BHGr. 
i. 49. 22, m. chewing ; a meal ; JLLcLdt Uo^k^e 
a meal of broth, Hist. Mon. i. 343. 3 ; )^jL JJli 
o>gn\\v> , ^=L© clX J 00* lie drank just sufficient 
water to enable him to swallow the bread, Pallad. 
145. 12. 

Jiaa^ col. 1966. Correct Ji&o/ [Ezech. 
x. 13] with ix prefixed, R. Payne Smith, 
R. Duval, R. L. Bensley. Probably an old 
mistake, for the supposed word is found in 
use, s^ao^X M*oi |uL9o^ Jot ^jL on this 



ii&\ 



182 



;»&A 



wheel I make my bed, S. Dan. 65 r, said of 
a martyr; l^^q JJclS^j jj^,'.'N*> Uacl^ 
f«£^o Poet. Syr. 108. 4. 

o«J2lX correct o*&X Ac7n5fr, scales, thin 

plates, Chimie 212 n. 2. 

t 

)t^k col. 1966. Delete par. It is )fo«\ : 
see Suppl. above. 

JbL»o-^ col. 1966. According to BHGr. 

i. 65. 15 this is a diminutive of )kw.X f. 

flashing. He quotes \s>i>2>) jkJp£ Sap. xi 19 

where BH. ed. Rahlfs also has this reading; 

Lag. has ]l^»*6A^: see col. 546. 

jsfl\ col. 1968. to attract, the magnet 
Jll^a &^£C£ Chimie 9. 14, amber fcs^-a^k 
)& 1. 21 ; to absorb, incorporate, ib. 16. 23. 

^aOa^a\ XfKTUtop, a litter, Hist. Mon. i. 
3*1- I*- 

);o»^.fi>v XfKTtKaptos, lecticarius, a coffin- 
bearer, grave-digger, Vit. Monoph. 88. 24, 
Jo. Tell. 74. 20. 

*£0<xLaA^ Licinius, King of Magedo, Stud. 
Sin. ix. 123. 3. Cf. mo^io below. 

)fes.ci>k \(kt6v, Xcktt), a bedstead, ^^X >oj^ 
J*^cui,L lo« iM^wl? l^i )feu&^ Pet. Ib. 
96. 2 and n. to transl. 

o££ name of a district in Persia, prob. in 
Beit Garmai, A.M.B. ii. 2. 3. 

*«?«X Lardin, a village, prob. legendary, 
Patr. Or. v. 5. 728 pen., 730 pen. 

yGLU^k col. 1972. A mistake in Geop. 
62. 10: corr. yQuUycL^d buxus, box, Ar.PflnN. 
316. 

Jioio^ col. 1972. raving 8, folly, absurdity, 
Clem. Cor. Rec. o. 23, Jlooo^ yOj-m -\ »y 
v oo»LoUA,f Tit. Bostr. 124. 30. 



v>cl»^£. col. 1972. yo.«X Arab. ^^Lashom f 
a bpric., now the village Lasim on the highroad 
from Baghdad to Mosul, Hist. Mon. i. 25, 
ii. 44 n., Pers. Mart. 274, Syn. Or. 675; 
33. 29 and often, A.M.B. ii. 663. 

»»*\, an Indian salve, Med. 143. 7. 

^a^, \im^ t col. 1973 end of par. a strip 
of water, u»o-*>fcs-£o/ )jj3fco*>? J^o-»? |jj^ 
B H. on 1 Cor. i., )ii^ ec* ^fcJ? [iJo J) ths 
Zab was not fordable, M. Z. 184. 19, JlN^ 
Ui) ^? 1. 20. 

JiJ»f r * S* col. 1973. Lamb's tongue, 
a kind of plaintain, refs. Med. 168. 15, 
207. 11, 208. 5, 399. 15 and often. 

m^^ rhetorical, \lim\o |u»N\^\o Ui^ 

matters of logic and rhetoric, El. Tir. Gram. 3 ; 
f. jfcLii^i relating to the tongue, marg. n. to 
jfcsVv^S the uvula j Med. 165. 16. 

*rDOik^^k and aaoo^J^ \L0os, stone (the 
disease), A.M.B. iii. 522. 9. 

,jl£X col. 1975. Act. part, add: **toL r 
JofcOit befitting gratitude, DBB. 2041. 5 af., 
Jl^I^Lj an^x&Ji^j aa> correct syntax. Nold. F. S. 
i. 482. 

k-UtO^ aptly, G. Busame 15 v 7 ; Ishodad. 
31. 19. 

) I'cto fcOL*> col . 1976. craft iness. So correct 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 132. 10 where Land has 

jjLok^La? col. 1977. full of guile ; add: 
J^JoikXjtt [JjJo] )h^f pure and free from 
guile (so correct) Theod. Mops. 408. 14 in 
Jo. xxi. 17. 

tt&X col. 1977. Two roots: 1. dialectic 
form of «Lf to murmur, Arab. *j.. 11. Arab- 
*jj to heap up, to impute, Fraenk. Z. A. 
xvii. 87. 



Klsa 



183 



A\CUKl^73 



Joo col. 1980. 4) how much. Ck-^J Josoj 
however much, although indeed, Ephr. Ref. 
*• 45- 19- 

\^ad add: jrjf Jl^o as often as, in £>ro- 
porlion as, Pallad. 77 bis; ooif Juaao to some 
extent, Sev. Lett. 475. 11 ; *^J l-aao Aow; 
many times! too often, Pal lad. in. 14; JuaoD 
Mtto ^i how many out of how many, Syr. 
Kom. Rechtsb. 5. 

ttvlo denom. verb from Jusao. tfo quantify, 
determine the quantity, i»v>^nv> |^»a3 JLJ^oglat 
)1^I4j*> )lcu.vn"> But. Sap. Philos. 7. 4. 

)lci^>ar) col. 1 98 1. quantity. PL JLioos 
irocroTtires mentioned with ** - £*<*( and 
icu*— ^.0 as subjects of consideration apart 



from matter, But. Sap. Philos. i. 1. 

ILLlmti.o col. 1982. quantitative, add : Juotjao 
Jkoa-^f UL'i .v\^> are J&iX**oLo jLo^lia^t 
irascibility i. e. overplus and despondency i. e. 
lack, But. Sap. Philos. iv. 5; )io i\ .)U>»*p 
)l^»i,VkD N. Hist. i. 1. 3, iii. 4; JJ Ji«-ocu 
«*,oi I^ujao a point has no bulk, ib. iv. 3 ; 
9o» (go^oo* Y A**** Jl ^^ Philos. 8. 2 infra ; 
Jwolfcoo lulvio JI^K^- ^» ^>J^> )i m » nr>v> J) 
N. Hist. iv. 3; U&d} [n\*~\t*> 901 }J.*ir> ]<j) 

UlVl.3 0/ .^fQj^J J«-«J?0 ^>90f JjCOw i+ll^f 

**£ooao?o ^Vil JlU;.:* i*^^ *W .IL^Aac oo» 
^a>( quantity relates to bulk as, the eyes of 
the owl are large and of the eagle small, or it 
defines number, ib. vii. 1. n. 

%a>6?^& Ma'edos, an island, Natur. 45. 13, 
perh. Arados, cf. Strabo xvi. 2. 13, ib. 11. to 
No. 80. See col. 370. 

*o>oj_aa-»?)^ fitdifivos, a corn-measure con- 
taining 4^ or 5 pecks, Epiph. 6. 6. 

ticutt »"?)^& perh. for ycujjcso n^iov, a kind 
of clover, Med. 599. 15. 

^n_n! g}_y var. jx> 0*^0)00 Lake Maeotis, 
Jac. Edes. Hex. xiii 2. 

>o)l» name of a village where Ezekiel 
Was buried in the sepulchre of Shem and 
Arpachshad, Nest. Chi est. 91. 



JwuJ^.>oJbo Mauritania, Sev. Lett. 332. 14, 
Cf. )uu|i^*fa^o col. 2051. 

.3* llloao Mazarp, an Indian city, Kal-w-Dim. 
160. 8, ^i-3o))L» ib. 166. 22, *3tjk*> ib. 
177. 17; these are corruptions of a Sanskrit 
name Mahildropya as is also o^Wo^ 
ed. Bick. lxi, lxiii. 

o^oo^p© Ax.isyb+W a ringdove, Kal-w-Dim. 
166. 4 sqq. 167. 16, 23, JLdci^I^d ib. 168. 19. 
jso QjQdoJoo pr.n.m. Maxos, Pleroph. 24. 11. 

HH», JJ^o Ar. JL* goods, riches, m. sum 
total, amount of a tax, o»\v> >*inv Dion. 
18. 3, ^^j*> 1. 4, 134. 18, 155. 14, ~ch o-^ .» 
Jl)c« o»\n^ they reckoned the whole amount, 
ib. 1. 20, 162. 3, 170. 14; Nold. on Dion. 
WZKM. x. 165. 

l^-a&^a^^jco <l>^y^ or (fyXoypos, phlegm, 
blood, A.M.B. vii. 517. 

*qocv^»N)bo Mr/Xi3o*oi>, a mountain in 
Germany, Jac. Edes. Hex. xxxiv. 11. 

ku£*^U> Melitene, Nold. F. S. i. 471, 
t*j^*^jbtt ib, Usually uU^Jo col. 2138. 

(**?) *<a^*k» fxaWov 5e, or rather, Bar-Sal. 
Journ. As. 1908. 92. 

Jl^jXUo pr. n. f. Melania, Pet. Ib. 27. 18, 
29. 18, 20 Cf. Thes. U»JLo and }»i\v>. 

^o\.|bo col. 1989 for woJL*> ^aXd^q, mallow, 
ZA. xvii. 88. Cf. Low bei Krauss 341. 

J*iJsD)i:jo pr. n.f. Memarsa, Journ. As. 1907, 
419. 

toittJLij^o Mnemius, bp. of Citium in Cyprus, 
Nold. F. S. i. 472. 81. 

|j«j|l^ Mandana JfcLL» the Median, wife 
of Cambyses and mother of Cyrus, Journ. As. 
1905, 282. 26. 

yQjl&fish sauce, \S^~ ^, Med. 606. 6. 

^LcuUo Menouthis, a village devoted to 
Isis 14 miles from Alexandria and near 
Canopus, Sev. Ant. Vit. 17. 10, 18. 1, 19. 2, 
E.O.C. iv. in loc. 350. 



r^ilf<J»J 



184 



r£l*i^fia^a 



UjJoso col. 1994. tu navucii, Hippoc. iii. 19, 
21, occurs in spring and autumn, ib. 

oJ^ai»Ju» Maoro-ya/3, Heb. 3{fe>Bn, Misgab, 
a town of Moab, Hex. Jer. xlviii. 1. 

ujoa-jaaojca© Musonius, bp. of Kalenderis, 
Nold. F. S. i. 471. 71. 

jJLȣo)^ mesenteric veins which proceed 
from the liver, Med. 267. 9. 

o^Ilsd Macedonius bp. of Xanthus, Niild. 
F. S. i. 474. 125. 

|w^o^)^> usually ^0*^0 Macedonia, 
Jac. Edes. Hex. xi. 14. 

^d|l^d Macer, bp. of Jericho, Mich. Syr. 1, 
Fasc. 11. 158 c 7 af. so correct Jbd]oo Niild. 

F. S. i. 468. 6. 

JjjdJoo fjiaicpd, long accent, Epipli. 7. 6. 

*#^o)^o Macarius, Diosc. ed. Nau 41. 6, 
wijuajlao ib. 42. 14. Usually *+y±zo 

toooil^o Mdpis, Maris , bp. of Doliche, 
Niild. F. S. i. 470. 50; »m->U& Mich. Syr. 
i. ii. 159 c 37. 

tfloouJyjoo col. 1997. The Roman month 
Martius, March, aoct^floo J;afcoo? i$( Georg. 
Ar. 6. 10, ^n^jJL^>> J?J^ ib. 7. 1. 

«**)ao col. 1997. Mart, daughter of Pharaoh, 

G. Busame 78 b ult., 79. 1 ; BB. under 
ya-^v^ li* col. 594. 

Ju-»?)uao Marinus, bp. of Beyrouth, Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 325. 2. 

*m-*Jj*> paw*, a measure used in Pontus 
containing 20 pints, Uaa^joS Lcu^ .^q-^Joo 

^>;m V. Epiph. 6. 2-4. 

|J^^i v> col. 1999. Ilieropolitans, inhabs. 
of Mabug or Hierapolis, Sev. Lett. 20. 3 af. 
ju^i^o fc^3 correct ref. to Jos. Styl. 74. 8. 

luL^ap'^^ O^'^-O Mm island of Mabug, 
Nars. ed. Ming. 6 n. 

JkoQNP name of a place near Mahoze, the 
Talnmdic NJ"D*UD means a caravan, Syn. Or. 
676: 625. 

ols^Ja col. 2002. Megiddo, Apoc. xvi. 16 
ed. Gwynn for tOf-^i-aW Armageddon ib. 
Bagst. See Gwynn's note. 



wO^s^sd i. q. o#^o col. 2002. Magedo, 
birthplace of the princess and martyr Irene, 
Stud. Sin. ix. 123. 3. 

^#-^jo Magdal, daughter of Abdallah, 
Inscript. Sem. No. 46, Niild. ZA. xxi. 155. 

>flpUo^jo m. pi. Lat. machinas, engines of 
war /J ah. 123. 1. Cf. )^jaliaj>0 col. 2105. 

*flocL^» col. 2003. /iayos, Magianism, 
usually )Ic£jkx^&, ref. Syn. Or. 186. 1. 



Jab. 268. 15 emend • nrt » Nft .^ 
hardly. 

Jl^ccaa col. 2004. infra. 1) pus, matter. 
Add Truoff, Hippoc. ii. 47, iv. 75, 81 f. 2) adj. 
perh. for J^^oi*> purulent , Med. 189. 14, 18, 
JI^cl^d \j*L ib. 202. 2. 



Ul^^cco Stdnvos, ennvos, purulent, mpjnvrat- 
ing, Hippoc. vi. 26, 40, vii. 41, jii* 1 ^ 
[?V^ft-vay Med. 224. 22, 237. 10. 

"^s^d Ethpe. ^^oLrdenom. verb from 
Ji^ojao, cf. Apbel col. 2005. to become purulent , 
form matter, Hormizd 3075. 

»^£> gratis, free, col. 2005. Add: (l^L*^ 
*^*>? unearned bread, Pallad. 126. 19. 

)Jl^v> gratuitous, unearned, ju»Lcu ^J* 
^.oi^ Jl Uf/ r oe»r \X^ But. Sap. 
Econ. 1. 2. 



col. 2006. a shield, metaph* 
Narses was appointed to be against heretics 
Jj^jJ Ism^So U^a « shield and a strenuous 
warrior, Nars. ed. Ming. 35. 1. N.B. E-Syi*. 
vowels. 

. oJL^w-i fiayyavov, a water-wheel, col. 2006. 
stakes round a wheel »ci.i ^v>» JIcl^o*-^ 
S. George 1 7 v 3 af. 

• ^ > \ * -g, <*> 1) perh. magnetic iron ore, 
Med. 594. 17. 2) pr. 11. prob. Magnentius, 
Prefect of Libya, Mart., G.Warda, Einleitung 8. 



j&o magnesia, the drug, col. 2007* 
Add: U vtNo ^L^» o* Chimie 2. 6, 10. 4> 
12.8 [l^OiJ UmJ^-» magnesie doree, ib. 54. 5- 
Cf. Suppl, under \s>U>- 

[i. ; ^/^ ^ Mey« (airfpivdv, a Syro-Melchite 
Office, H.O.O. iv. 156. 



a>ai*0^fia^~» 185 

too a xl j.^..^~£> magistrianus, an official, 

Pallad. 754. 9, 11; dil^.m^v) ^j» ^*Sl 
ib. 186. 63 JwU;^m^Jj*> Sev. Lett. 93, 17. 
See ml^o col. 2004. 

r<^*> Ar. ^.i-* to feel gain, *^»? ^^i 
Med. 601. 2. 

ui^tt 1) to worship according to Magian 
rites, Jch^LJJ **^i Mar Kardag 66. 1 ; 71. 2. 
Esp. before food, pass. part, a*^ col. 2010 
food blessed according to Magian rites, );.m.i 
•A^^oJ Jul). 238. 10. Pael «*^*3 the same, 
*fc*-&/ ^o oC£ JoS> »*^»? oo» )-jLcl^o 
Je©» ^(nSN? Mar Kardag 25. 3 af. and ult., 
Anecd. Syr, iii. 50. 24 ; BB. under Jui^s© 
col. 2009 ult. 2) To use magic arts 
*A^a.!»o aImOo Sev. Ant. Vit. 16 ult. 

Iu^jIcl^d 1) a Magian, fire- worshipper, 
h&±Z ^0 Uj^q^d Chast. 4. 5. 2) magian, 
magical, U^cu^o )jL»» But. Sap. Philos. 8. 1. 

*ao col. 2010. Aph. J2>} r 5) to reach, 
attain, »-v>,np Ho *>«->? ^o»» Philox. 142. 
1. 8 af. Cf. Us.^ ^>n^ v> JJ ice shall not 
attain = shall not live until, the evening, 
Pallad. 24. 11. 

J^so to take refuge, escape, go free. Part. 
]»Jtt, U«Jtf> pi. {-»H*>, «***■*?>, JJJjso. )i»ojo 
Jo^kl^ j*abo U^J^jJbo Jl truly he is steadfast 
and lie seeks refuge in God, Lamy, Cong. Or. 
No. xi. 1897. 121. 1 ; 000 ^^so yOo^AA^X JJ 
nor did they escape their threats, Dion. 130. 2. 
Pi. m. em ph. JIoo blowing about, loose as 
mists, y.l T ^£> U*^: jULi>ou» fogs lifting and 
blowing about, Alyhkam 65. 3. Aph. ~*-W" 
to cause to rush ont, \^ t v> y* ]+**>* ^» ia-X»*l 
N. Hist. vii. 2. 1. 

^i^OfJso col. 2012. Lat. mediator, go- 
between, Al'yhkam 70. 8. 

Ji'cLJ^ooo f. pandering, But. Sap. Eth. 3. 4, 
Econ. 1. 2. 

w*i col. 2012. Media = the bpric. of 
Hulwan ; it stretches from Hulwan to Hamadan 
inclusive, Eransahr 18, Pers. Mart. 259, Syn. 
Or. 60. 1 and often, ZDMG. xliii. 399. 2. 
See Ju^ io Syn. Or. 53. 11 and above 
under fcwo. 

2716 



jL.curx'ausa 



Jlc^}-» Milan, Brev. Ant. i. 27. r. See 
other spellings coll. 2012, 2013. 

JLa±«-& perh. Lat. mantica, ZA. xvii. 87. 
Trs. from col. 849 to col. 2014. a icallet, 
hand-bag, oJL+x> c^Lp cuvim Hist. Hon. 
i. 102. 17. 

^♦jsj col. 2014. denom. verb from jlio«Js© 
a mortar, 11. Duval, to pound spice. In Syr. 
works on alchemy the form Jfco«j» is far 
more used than Jj^o^jso. 

JJoiojjs) col. 2015. pi. of \LiJto condiment, 
Nbld. Gram. 47 n. 2. 

NP?ofy> col. 2015. a mixture', add : culinary 
preparations, "made dishes f \ Sev. Ant. Vit. 
243. 2. 

f+x> pi. jca^Jtt col. 2017. 39. For deriv. 
see ZA. ix 137. Something, anything piiJso 
jlS-l-A.-^^o J^t-^ ^^ show us something of 
your churches and shrines, Jab. 73; |j&*-& 
oO^oJt gifts, ib. 104. B. 

HjI^> col. 2018. an innkeeper, k**hJ» U^»o 
J*oi-so .JJcLuL .o». Nars. ed. Ming. 360. 10. 

^-A.jao».>? ingredient of a salve for wounds, 
Med. 586. 11. 

j#.j*o col. 2019. to moulder, act. part. )t^a 
ILiLfco&o J»f& )^X*9? the stork's egg crumbles 
and decomposes, Natur 36. 8. 

Jicijjji f. ear tidiness, )Louf».xt^ i>y"-s^ 
those formed out of earth, earthly beings, 
Hormizd 376, 1639. 

\L+£* col. 2022. 1. Delete this line. It is 
\Ji^x> from ^j^Aphel of a) q. v. col. 3981. 

)<h^o col. 2022. to reach boiling point, pass, 
part. Jooo, Uopo pi. f. ^lo^f ksa^ "^j^i 
bring to boiling jwint, boil thoroughly, Med. 
196. 19. Ethpe. «chJ»L( to run down, become 
liquid, cuc^oL^ Jfc^Ja^ f+£> )JdL»^5 y( 
Hormizd. 2423. 

Llooo or j^Ic*^ watery, Chimie 14. 3. 
Weak, insipid , Uo>:» l±+*( thou feeble Avian, 
Pallad. 241. 12. 

jlcuock f. slackness, Philox. 575. 17. 

*a,qj{ooo perh. Pers. ^^jI^-* The Great 
Immortal, Chabot, Jesus-Sabran 488 n. 2 and 

b b 



<\A\c 



crura 



18G 



iaa.^ 



WZKM. xi. 1 88 but Noltl. ib. xii 144 on 
Coupes de Khouabir says the name is Mandaic 
t^^nD 3 Mahanosh, Magian name of Jesus- 
Sabran ref. 509. 22. 

t O * \ ^Q»-y /x€y«Xf(0/', cols. 20 2 2, 2023, 

Sopljock-s ((-J reek Lex.) derives the Greek 
from Heb. 7]?X0 a roll. Kef. .ot ..o^i^^ppo 
Ji;i£o G. Busame 1 b, 2. 13, 5 b 17, Honnizd. 
1138. 

«*o *<*:*> prol>. for **fcoofo*j£> Pers. s^ moon 
-h cia.^ • ^ </a ^7 h ter, p r . 11 . f . j o $ o^£> *-&*^* ° 1 
Mart. A.M.B. ii. 1 tit. 

«*?o*ib col. 2023. Ar. {js.%* pr.n.m. Mahdi, 
ch-N^ ,^.9 ^ ^r?©*-* 3 Mahdi, son of Faiima, 
Bahira 206. 3, 207. 2, ~?©ob 206. 15 ; «*tc»:a? 
surname of a Christian, Hist. Mon. i. 237. 

Jl^^ci^jqLJopo fj.€T€0)fjo\oyla t meteorology, 
N. Hist, v 1 witli gloss La^^a.^o k*+DO( 

Ik Q^ dal^^o^ap /ifr« ret (pvaiKii. metapliysics, 
But. Hap. Philos. I. 2, Etb. 4. 1. 

CLiiu^)i^o»-i m. pi. iMTaWiKoi, minerals, *Js-JL 
|j^1|^x loaJLci^l^oo/ CLiLX)^o*j£> N. Hist. 
iv. 1. 1; cig>I\^o»^o [s>[d Chiinie 101. 21 
perhaps ore, unsmelted minerals. Ju*jso*« o 
Im^A^o^ natural or unrefined cadmia, 
Chimie 16. 25. 

Uaa^^o»J!0 fifroXXcKop, mineral, N. Hist, 
iv. 1. 1. 

^j-aJj*&~» ch^d the Nimne dreed wliich in 
Syriac begins in the pi. We believe. ^*ft q i> 
^.Laa^ooo they proceed to recite the Creed, 
QdhamW. 43. 4 ; Brev. Ant. i 58 a 16. 

;*o*-?a see »<hoo. Pers. .4.* //^ .sim, A need. 
Syr. iv. 9. 2. Often used as part of names, 
e. #. Ja^A. ^Oi^o il/'/Ar Sapor, Mar Bassus 
xii. xiv. But see tin. in ic»?£> and fo^^aa. 

f^^opo col. 2025. .yjoiL.* Mihladgerd 
in the diocese of Kai, named after the hero 
Mllad, ancestor of the noble House of Mihran, 
ZDMO. xlix. 633, f. ; xxxiii. 148, Pers. Mart. 
11. 2051. 

%acL.i]^o^o*J*5 pike ay pis a /and of guinea 
fowl, N. Hist. vii. 3. 2. 



w{cl\o^*> niarg. KaXooo, the city Meloe, 
Sev. Lett. 98. 14. 

yCL^oOo, ^\o^ ixt\av, black, Chimie 58. 5 ,* 
Jlo*? o) .c^cH-i ink, Med. 606. 1. 

^-*JL^w<h-£> col. 2026. 2) Hallelujah, 
Hormizd. 2302. 

od^,\o^ name of a city in the country 
V -*-.-«, Sanskrit Mahiltlropya, Kal-w-Dim. 
ed. Kick. Introd. lxiii. refs. 34. 7, 39. 18. 
Cf. a*|>U>. 

\-co ;~j of jmd ZDMO. xliii. 397. 6 correct 

1*00 »J 9 0*00 q. V. 

*Q.^^J^JCHapo>J» fAto-cwe piop, the, mesentery, col. 
2027. N. Hist. vii. 6. 5. 

. f>^ ; ,-* ^ jvs ^ >q o (jL€arr]}jift{jiv()s, meridian, De 
Astrolabe 79. 9, 80. 2, 265, ycu- » -^ v> » ctsvt^e 
ib. 240, >m^i;^*ffio^? ib. 244. 

*o»J*> Ethpa. fo»j*>i( to be expert, ready, 
ref. to Kal-w-Dim. add i. q. ed. Wr. 204. 11. 

^ii>o*.i Pers. ,jIj ,^* benevolent ; name oi 
one of the Magi, G. Busame 64 b 5. 

*M»o*Jso pr.n. Mihrddden, a Mar/ban of 
Nisi bis, Jo. Tell. 16. 

xfoiJo Pers. ^1.4-* Mihran, a family name. 
See y»opo j^^z> and add : Mar Saba was ot 
this family, (*fo*ao) yopo 1^>, A.M.B. ii- 
636. 1 1 = Pers. Mart. 68. A cousin of 
Pirangashnasp, Jab. 367. pen. 

}£D+jiotio see jLflo^Jtov^^. 

jxid^jfoop Gr. 'AfitpwTos, 11. of the martyr 
J )aniel the Physician, before conversion, A.M.B- 
iii. 484. 

llajof^s or Jla>ofj» col. 2028. a whip, Cest. 
Alex. 15. 7, 59. 3. Cf. ZDMG. xlv. 321. 4. 

fcfioofoio^so n*8oftas, method, col. 2029, PP 
.0 o ^ >o;-3? ojoLoop (Jeorg. Ar. 24. ii» 
)!^.\^\v> o?oIchj^ BIKii. i. 14. 23. 

clj» col. 2029. Meum athamanticum, refs. 
Med. 245. 13, 370. 19. 

*r>o6ofc©iCLj» col. 2030. /mu<i£, -aK€v, the pearl 
oyster, N. Hist. vii. 2. 2. 

♦.2>cl^d Pers. s>%-* mediaeval and modern 
word equal to Pehlevi magupat , Zend magnu- 
paiti — J^Sc^o, l4»«a!» the Chief Mage. 



KL\OJ»J 



187 



v\iiCl^3 



•4 CL ^ yiioi a Chief Afobed, of whom there 
were five in Sasanian times, i( Oberpri ester der 
Oberpriester," Tabari 9 n. 3, 450 f. They 
were Ministers of State for Religion and 
Worship and often filled the office of Judge, 
Mar Kardag Introd. n, 14 ; 57. 14, Jab. 226. 
ii, and often. Cf. )^9cux> col. 2045 and 
Suppl. below. 

J^GLaa col. 2030. 1) winter station of 
the Mongols, UlS-ixui 1^*^ A^ojso Jab. T06. 7, 
1 10. 9. 2) Persian pi. of *.-* Mogdns or 
Magians, h*+oo( J^oao ^*<H^oiS.*^>? loo v>^ 
U^d^o (J. Busame 60. pen. The name of 
a city gate: see y^ci^. 

J^Jl^c^o in the language of the Mongols, 
Jab. 152. 12. 

|^3o»cijso see J^.9ciJ». 

)^1qj» col. 2033. Tie is. 1) marrow, [Lq^b 
ii^kf [L^I? m,? Med. 580. 2, f !^? JJlcLio 
©»-** vwTiaios pvt\6s, the spinal marroiv, Hippoc. 
v. 16; )oo^? Ucl^ N. Hist. vii. 6. 2 opp. 
MvM U*oao. 2) U**f |ulcoo brains, eyKttyaXos, 
Hippoc. v. 16, vi. 18, 48, vii. 46, 47, 53. 
3) yolk or soft part of an egg, ^^Jl ±* 
Chimie 25 pen., ^-c^? U*£? ^-l^? J^lcu'so 
Med. 85. 22. 

Xj*xI.cl*> Mahomet, Kahira 202. 11, 12. 
Cf. \^->Q ib. 1. 5 and col. 2071 and » v>^v>. 

^cl», X_i col. 2033. Ethpa. xl&t( to 
quiver, totter, u^JLil^ Ju*o> ^» [1^! yl 
yfcL'iOQ.o w6o» Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 317. 16; 
^-Sl* L^ikoo Philox. 103. 9. Aph. 
^-Op( to make to rock or reel, to shake, 
Hormizd 1941 ; X^jjdJo ^.^>/^ o^Lflolkii. N . 
ib. 1943. 

J^cu& col. 2034. m. tottering, [.]coo\ 
^fto [ls\o^o Hist. Mon. i. 372. 12. 

yd^cui (jjLfioTovl a salve, Med. 249. 4. 

*aoc^Gas floras, lint, ^a^caa oot 3^fcoo +D 
Jkoott Jian^^> Epiph. 15. 14. 

om<^ Arab. aj»L> wife of Numan, King 
of the Arabs, Sassanidi 13. 11. 

It o 'Jo- 

JLajao Arab. JJj-», aJI^-* « refuge, shelter. 
-4 khan, Hist. Mon. i. 104. 9, 10, ii. 232. 
mi. 3 and 6. Cf. 1Lcl» V^a. 



JJbaaa col. 2035. /io^Xo?, a bolt or bar. 
Add: a crowbar **^** )^{fc^ Jlaa.>oz> Joseph us 
vi. 5 ult. 

f&deuao Arab. j^Je* Mukhtar, an Omayyad 
prince, Bar Penk. 156. 2, 157. 2. 

Jo^clx) Arab. Sy> nobles. l^Vref U^qjs© 

il la Plenitude Royalc", Chabot, as if from 
verb JLso. Name given to various armies, 
Dion. 85. 9, Nold. WZKM. x. 195. 

JfcL^djio fivWos, mullet, Ar. FischN. 60; 
Ijqj ^ jfc^Lcu<*» DBB. 1 03 1 ult. 

jb^^a^o fioXvftdaiva, dross from gold and 
silver furnaces, ^L*,.)! Alchim. Orecs. 265 
infr., a j'einedy for wounds, ATyhkam 70. 11. 
AVritten |i*,^!kcu*> Med. 173. 8. 

jL*-ci-^aj*> Mo\i(3ai, an Ethiopian tribe, 
Anccd. Syr. iii. 330. 3. 

ju.ca*^ci.*D col. 2037. a piunder^ ref. Greg. 
Carm. i. 113. 22. 

jUaXcLtt fiaXaxT), mallow, Med. 39. 12. 

^.».n \ci v> col. 2037. Add : /io\6xtov. 
Corchorus olitorius, a potherb, Jac. Edes. 
Nold. E. S. i. 575 ; Ar. PflnN. 190. 

)iLv>cl*3 col. 2038. bitumen, used to embalm 
mummies, IwLo? k.laDQ-ao Med. 56. 8, 14, 
559- 17- 

^a*j*jcoo a corrupt form of jxayyaviKov, an 
engine of war, Dion. 87. 2, 4; ^♦jco^ ib. 
89. 5. 

^coclu^jclso Montanus,¥>\>. of Claudiopolis, 
Nold. F. S. i. 471. 68. 

U*oso I^ju a common Egyptian place- 
name, prob. meaning garden or valley, U^ols© 
<-*oJf A.M.B. iii. 620. 

|^ja^3 or ^00^10^^ name of a bishop 
present at the Council of Constantinople, 
Nold. F. S. i. 482. 

*noci^jQj» Montanus, Bp. of Neo-Caesaria, 
Nold. F. S. i. 471. 76. 

vA-^Ajo^> col. 2040. coin, die. Metaph. 
^.moodv c^-»clj»o jL*^>o? rhetoric is 
the figure and mould of locutions, Ant. Tagrit. 
Rhet. Nbld. F. S. i. 482, \.^$ fc-W ^zxz 
tm*m.:iX? ib. 

K b 2 



SaiWOjsa 



188 



r£jaaia^3 



«^>fjjjas3 corruption of Mogan-Arzbedh, 
a Persian title, Mou. Syr. ii. 68. 14, A.M.B. 
ii. 519. 7 var. ^l^ttfa^cLSC, Tabari 451 n. 3. 

kioc&so col. 2041. IL^V- .St .JLcodjso Hclso 
J]^.j?cl^? Ward a 245 v, u un mulet qui friaffe ", 
a mule which } )aw8 ^ ie ground, id. Hippoc. 
vi. 4. 

tAOOOOCOO Col. 204I. pi. hfiOttO^ fiovaas, 

the Muses, Arist. Apol. c**. 20, Gest. Alex. 
95. 11. 

o^floojso col. 2041. f. jxuo-m, the sac of the 

cuttlefish, N. Mist. vii. 2. 2. 

jL*-^-iao cuaa Misthia, a city of Lycaonia, 
Brook's Chron. 574. 7, 582 11. 9. 

|ut£DO.<£> Amasia, fortress in Pontus, Brook's 
Chron. 574. 7, 582 11. 8. 

^iM^oojo fxtvv, shoemakers vitriol or 
copperas, Chimie 3. 5, 4. 2, 11. 14, 18, 230 
11. 3, jlS^^cixs 35 il). 39. 10, (sic) ^cdqj*> 
jKaj*>aao ib. 42. 8. Of. _lj Duval's Arabic 
list, Journ. As. 1893, 320, 345. 

^co qj*> for ^» ^0 ojjo q. v. 

*^i»Qj« col. 2042. correct JlaJ* animal 
to JtcLLL chanting. It is fiovaiKrj, ZDMG. 
xxxvii. 47 1. 

jsdqA&clxz ftoVxos", a shoot, sprout, JLa^o* 

J»J£o \&4 |ll *i? N. Hist. vi. 1. 3. 

iO^do^ col. 2044. 1. correct )io;.n», 
for JLi*#**. 

J^flocLio col. 2044. 8. Dele " felicitas ", 
it = JLam^o a scented sedge, col. 2177. 

o*Jo)l^coo Arab. Ij^s^* pr.n.f. BHChr. 
65 ult. 

o»-^o«_^/ JL^woao aJ.jJI * *^» pr. n. m. 
a Buwaihid prince, BHChr. 181. 3. 

**«^( JL^cljsd ^.jJI j*+ prince of Melitene, 
Bon of Qilij Arslan, BHChr. 381. 13, 389. 19. 

^-Vclso crfr «-» prince of Damascus, BHChr. 

3 X 3- I2 - 

^K^?/ t^^ VarS * ****^*^ *$&} C^* - * 

^i^li pr.n.m. BHChr. 500, 12. 



^a N N o,ao Arab. (j.JLau-5 "suspended". 
Moallak, a monastery mentioned with Balad 
on the Tigris, BHChr. Eccl. ii 363. 

)^3c£*> col. 2045. Pehlevi DD1KO, Lag. G. 
Abh. 189, f. I. q. ^coc Suppl. q. v. Add 
refs. Jesus-Sabran 564. 6. Oftener written 
^Sotaab ib. 1. 1, A.M.B. ii. 559 tit., Jl^Schq.'so 
^joI loot ^ \ iy? li.i.Vv*? Act S. Maris 
34. 5; Mar Bassus 10, 26. 345, J^ao»cu*bo ?> 
JJj£j>7' fc^£? Jab. 235. 8, 9; pi. |l^J&o»qJ» 
Mar Kardag 65. 1, 66. 5. 

jdclso, sSi& col. 2045. fe^Uft»^a**» scoffinghji 
Hist. Mon. i. 166. 1. 

J^dcu^ col. 2046. add : priest's slippers 
worn while ministering, opp. jkJojLib Jab. 
83 ult. 

JLocljud col. 2047. bdellium, add refs. 
Med. 49. 16, )»cu^ JLocLao ib. 237. 7; Chimie 
7. 12; Jicu* J1oqj*> ib. 252. 11. 

^cl3d col. 2047. Arab. ^1^ Mulcan or 
Moghan, a bpric. near Gilan, Hist. Mon. 
i. 238 = ii. 448. n. 1. 

Jjcuso Mappd, Marah y Hex. Ex. xv. 23. 

Usually Uo^d q. v. 

Jfa^a col. 3048. 12. 3) myrrh: add 

l^CLNOL^ I^Of-^ )L** OOM? Jo£LQO . . . J* COO 

U=>^? Galen. 362. 

ii>ai see under it. o^>. The Magnificat : 
pi. praises of the B.V. M. )*Jc^ jl^jicoo Brev. 
Ant. i. 1 5 b tit. 

Jjfcoo col. 2049. Correct: not a planet 
but a bird : prob. a wild pigeon, I. Low, Z.A. 
xxii. 87. I. q. JiA-o? DBB. 550. 4. 

|o?9oj*d col. 2049. litharge, dross of silver, 
Chimie 5. 4, jfcu* Jo?»aao ib. 10. 13 ; lojiaae 
Ujcld ib. 37. 5, 99. 8. Cf. dii^ Duval's 
2nd List, Journ. As. 1893, 355. 

uMox a village to the south of Amadia, 
A.M.B. i. 414. 3. 

* cuoojboycoo i. q. t£ocud09CLao col. 2049- 
p6pox6os \(VKoypa(t)ls, a kind of pipe clay used 
to dress cotton cloth, Chimie 8. 13. 

l*JOfcu» col. 2050. m.pl. signs made with 
consecrated oil, Jac. Edes. Can. 8. 8. 



I •-* k>***(6 



r£*iOJ53 189 

Uioas col. 2050 infra. L. 1 of par. delete 
^^^a ^^1, these words belong to /ivpo-lvri, 
the myrtle, col. 2052. LI. 2 and 3, delete the 
words between ^JL'i and "legend." L. 5 
and half 1. 6 seem to belong to Uuslvs 
col. 2182. L. 6 after too cut to end of par. 
delete. 1) " wild myrtle ", Budge, Med. 389. 6 
^j^iLa : . : <J1* marg. 2) correct jLjio^o 
murena, Natur 39. 7, 40. 2. 

[ia^^q^) m. pi. Mavpiravlat, Mauritanians, 
Pallad. 120. 3. 

Jjx»9qj& col. 2051. fivpLKrj, tamarisk, Med. 
93. 23. For deriv. cf. Nold. ZDMG. xxix. 
649. 

Ju»a.» fivpaiva, murena, the lamprey, Anecd. 
Syr. iv. 71. 8, Natur 39 marg.; ib. pen. and 

40. 2 |u9CL3D. 

UIojcl^d col. 2052. The second meaning, 
yolk of egg and the words dL<i 
belong to J£ocl» col. 1627. 

o>. i »i>aj*p fjLvppturj = fivpo-ivt}, the myrtle, 

UotO tW 0*9^3 JU^» .^9 .tO Uo( uO*99CL*> 

K-Nflp ta.A.^> o»m>vo BH. de PI. 140. 

j^ccbo, %*ab col. 2052. to feel> JI^a^ uoo 
ou****,? /^ jfeft A?'s pulse, BH. Stories 337, 
p. 63. to grope \co( «i\*»v> we grro^w? afow</ 
*ta walls = are blind, note }>^£ .©» .Jl^( ^|oi> 
Nars. ii. 343. 10. Metaph. Ju**.y> JJ? )l^a.«g> 
inscrutable treasure, Warda 32 r. 

\Z*JLo^o ra.pl. Muschaei, a Scythian race, 
Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 198. 3. 

l^aArO^o Mosclii, a race between the Black 
and Caspian Seas, Eplir. ed. Lamy iii. 197 ult. 

ya^AjtCLao col. 2055. musk or moschatin, 
ivf. Med. 410. 1, 3. 

w»1^cl» col. 2055. the planet Jupiter, 
add ref. Med. 470. 1. 

Icl», fcs-ab col. 2058. ]Lofe~oo f. med. 

mortificvtion, gangrene, Hippoc. v. 20. 

tit x " ° 9 

JJLo^d Arab. &JLS-* mutilation, Hormizd 

2 453- 

woi r cL» Arab. iLxil an Abbaside Khalif, 

BHChr. 179. 12. 



)^o. JloJLabi correct (^la-oo?) jLcuaool 
corruption, matter, Ephr. ed. Lamy i. 83. 9. 

^Jjjso and *ca-J^ m.pl. pa(a, lumps, nodules, 
Chiinie 240 n. 3, ^1*JL*> o^ ^Amd ib. 245 11 2. 

^jJjso col. 2059. Ethpa. f^otrto become 
temperate, *\J' ^JLil^J) U*i*, ofoo^ in 
springtime tlie air waxes temperate, N. Hist, 
iii. i. Ethpalpal v^jL^Jcsotr to be mixed, 
Hormizd. 1242. 

A-x^Qjso mingled. Countries which have 
little rain and are far from the sea yOottSL^o 

N. Hist. v. 1. 2. 

JLct^^aao temperate warmth, ^^k:=>o \U,\^s> 
ylooi ?qAs is only present at the Equator 
in Spring and Autumn, N. Hist. iv. 4. 2. 

JlVo^J^fcoo f. mixture, JLcui^JL&fcji 
U><^? N. Hist. v. 5. 2 ter, Ic^jLifcoi 
U*s<i^i»( ib. vi. 4. 2, Theol. 4. 8. 

Jf^i col. 2061. Arab, a^.* a strong rope. 
Part of a bird, perh. the crop, Jjf&^o J?Jli 
jkJ.3? U&S^p N.Hist. vii. 1.7. 

yojjso Arab.-Pers. ^ji\ Mazon i. q. Oman 
on the Arabian shore of the Persian Gulf, 
Syn. Or. 676: 43 pen., 76. 29 so restore for 
yot^o and so no ult. ZDMG. xliii. 402. 4, 
404. 10 ; rightly v oJj* ib. 396. 16 ; Eransahr 
43 f., v o^so? J9I/ Sassanidi 36. 11 = Chron. 
Min. 38. 3 af. 

U»oJ-*> m.pl. so correct Jujo^so Syn. Or. 
216. 21 inhabitants of Mazon, Omanites. 

Jjoiao col. 206 1, Amazon. Add: name of 
medicine, ^oajojbo? Jfcl^Laii Med. 296. 15. 

J^iLvi pi. ^^jl& Md(iKoi, a robber tribe, 
Pet. Ib. 85. 21 ; cu^Jbso Pleroph. 82. 8. 

^n-»*jso Anecd. Syr. ii. 106. 20 read ~£>JLlo 
KavivKiov, a little basket, S. Fraenk. ZA. 
xvii. 87. 

&5k** or <sL>j]b*> a village to the E. of the 
Upper Tigris, A.M.B. i. 453. 

Ifjli Mazra, Bp. of Beit Zabde, M. Z. 
3 ult., 4. 2. 



cuiv-^a 



190 



QOCL^*i\j5« 



.cujj^o Mj^jl* x a /*^ at ' a > Daphne oleoides, 

)Cl2© [aid?] va^ ^*> >laj*> BH. de PI. 126 
Ar. PfliiN. 247, ZDMG. xliii. 125, Med. 366. 
!5i 367- x 3> 3 68 - 3> 402. 14, 431. 14 and 
often. 

^>JL» pi. for Jl>*JL^*> q. v. col. 1 10. a rough 
belt or cord, Dion. 160. 8 quoting Jes. iii. 24. 

w»„v> col. 2064. inetaph. to desire, o^SL ^o 
v+\Jo Hormizd 1816. Palp. part. m. pi. 
)t.^j*Li».xiJtt those who have mouldered into 
dust, gloss J^JL"*) Hormizd 3249. Ethpalpal 
... v^-CrJ ( to moulder, to crumble into dust, 
Hormizd 1799. 

\JLx> col. 2065. With \2sl£ to make bricks, 
Dion, j 20. 21; with U*JL as nom. to touch, 
concern, k*_v>? )och fc^.( )1o,iv>*ch ^s-ik. Jls/ 
)o;jw the affair had no concern vrith religion, 
ib. 174. 3. Ethpe. k*-**sgU to be sjyoilt, 
withered as a plant set in bad soil, part. 
)Jj*>fc^ Geop. 29, 16. 

JcLmJsd, JioLwO© col. 2067. a parapet, 
balustrade = obstacle to view, ref. U»'0( k**^ 
JL^fi [bi^^ )lcuoo JlW )U*ms> Odes of 
Sol. ii. 379. 

)5cu*ji col. 2068. Jjcuooo ©££ ^-^'5 they 
sou) this plant on watts, Med. £98 ult. L. 8 af. 
y iff I? J?cl^c» add : this city was on or a little- 
south of the Lesser Zab, in Beit Garmai, Syn. 
Or. 109. 3, 164. 23, 214. 7, Isoyahb 123. 22, 
M. Z. 59. 53, A.M.B. iv. 134. Cf. yi.j^ 
jL'T** )|ol!mJ& Arab. iJ^>-il c£j^-iJkl NfnnoXts, 
built by Chosroes Anushirwan for the deported 
inhabitants of Antioch, A. I). 540. It is south 
of Seleucia-Ctesiphon ; called by the Arabs 
Ar-Roumiya, Jab. 435. 13, Pers. Mart, n. 834, 
Tabari 239. P>ut Syn. Or. 109 = 366 the 
Ep. of Mahoze Hedata signs as Metropolitan 
and the context seems to indicate that Rew- 
ardasir, capital of Pars, is meant (Chabot) 
ib. 676. 

JlIJL-2 aL*ji col. 2069. mucous, viscous, 
Hippoc. vi. 56. 

U^Lcuoo the man of Abel-Meholah, i. e. 
Klisha, M.Z. 196, 15. 



J^ocLm^d Mahunaeans, a Scythian race, 
Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 197. 

i**^D col. 2071 infra. (0 measure swords, 
^•juflo ^2U3o.^ ~^. ^m.^ iz>++* Hormizd 578. 

> *fcuLo& col. 2072. Ethpalpal ^^Joll* to 
be storm-tossed, ]6ot ^JLoe boa J^ol \jc»=> 
BHClir. 424. 16, Hormizd 2996. 

|^» col. 2075. Jicti^vJNn f. attainment, 
JTcLU^oi IcLtl^aajso But. Sap. Jsag. 1. 2. 

)loV^.*pto£ col. 2075. impact, But. Sap. 
Philos. 6. 3 quoted under U^N^too, it. ^^, 
p. 74. 

UaXq^o Mylilene in Lesbos, Scv. Ant. 
Vit. 25 ult, 

y 

***.^j» col. 2075. to lick or sack, add : 
fut, w^oJ oo» Med. 186. 8, 237. 23; oo» 
w«^ji ib. 235. 19; w^^JiQJ^.^. oo» ib. 236. 16. 
Pa. **£jx> to lick up, such, o»ix> ^a»^^> oo» 
administer some as an electuary, Med. 184. 22. 

)ts<*j^*> f. an electuary, lozenge, Med. 186. 
5, 9, 236. 10, 237. 1, 9. 

J J^a^so col . 2079. 2 . A Uhaea fm [folia or 
officinalis, Marsh Mallow, i.q. jKa^j c-^^ 
Ar. PflnN. 361 ; ib. 166 ; Med. 146. 5, 232. 14. 

*^d col. 2079. Ua^oo rainy add : Jofcsjo 
)L=^fo )^^5 Georg. Ar. 30 pen., Jl^^t 
Ji^j» a rainy autumn, Hippoc. iii. 13. 
Ethpe. ;^ksL( to fall down like rain, )*wN> 
Joot *^¥?fcoo 4 Mace. 64. 24. 

)Lli^£> cob 2080. 1. watered by rain, 
\*^x> \jQL^'i) wild vegetables i.e. not from 
irrigated ground, Nest. Chrest. 95. 186. 

K^lJt^a in the form of rain, BB. and 
Hunt, clxx under Jm-**iof, col. 3939. 

^oJloSojAaa Metropolis, a bpric. in Pisidia, 
Nold. V. S. i. 473. 112. 

JL*»A.ad m.pl. mentioned with rugs, silks, &c. 
Mt. Singar 24. 4 af. 

fcflco-^j^i fxerpr]Tr)s, a liquid measure 
equalling seventy-two pints, BB. under U&* 
col. 3798. Epiph. gives the same number of 
pints in J^a^f kca^i^^ as a U,?clo? ]L& 
measure of the sanctuary, 5. 7, aaa^U-^ 
JIaD ^?cl*j*> ch^ +0 o£±. Uu^ot, ib. 11. 8, 20. 
See JfcL»»ko!b col. 2256. 



rCAii^-i* 



191 



Klfloviieaijsa 



)Lt^>-& Matarta, a place near Samarra, BE. 
under lu^fa-fi col. 3562, DBB. 1752. 12 
and xxv. 

[JJo col. 2080, f. a tincture, medicine, 
yOo^?o***^k3 youot \jJc> [&*.( Med. 51. 20. 
Phrases: add: }?Jk*>\f U-*> poplar sap or 
a solution of some part of the Wate .poplar, 
Med. 565. 22; jo£W ii or U-L> wo£> «w 
amalgam of mercury with brass or copper, 
Chimie 47. 15; jLLofi? Ui 6ar% water, 
Med. 144. 7, 166. 3 ; )L£n ±& slime, a name 
for leeches j^i^Jce ^.;.ofco©? |<ii \ .,\. N.Hist. 
vii. 3. 3 ; ^\L» JM^, *^» w>Ac?/, Med. 
429. 7 ; l*d? *I» jJieXiKprjTov, lionet/ and milk 
or Aoraev/ ?mter, Hippoc. v. 38, Med. 45. 16, 21, 
561. 3; )?fo Jo& rose-water, ib. 299. 22, 
Takhsa 165. 11; |^^ ii m?'% snp, Brit. 
Mus. Or. 1593. 28 r; ]iL»L U^o aquafortis, 
Chimie 35. 3, 37. 16; [mL CL& the sweat of 
suffering, Honnizd 2362 ; JfcLjitD CJo v8a>p 
Ouov, sulphuric acid, Chimie 37. 3, 48. 13, 15 
trad. 87 n. 1 ; jut^a ZJo lime water, Chimie 
57.8; \ao.o ili try lmA|*oo pieces of silk, 
Gest. Alex. 200. 8 ; J^ictao *1& fish sauce, 
Med. 105. 13 ; \i&& ^*> rain water, Med. 
196. 14, 19; IhINnp Jjso acid or alkaline 
liquids, Chimie 4. 2 but briny pickle, )1^S> «li 
)V**M Ui*k-£- ]\Ied. 105. 11 and salt water 
U^j£> J^> y*i <scu*, ib. 554. 10; 1'oJ CJo 
river water, name for an amalgam of mercury 
with tin, Chimie 47. 15; U-^» ^*> i- *l- 
»o^/ ^v> ; VnN^ CJo a decoction of beet, 
Med. 98.21,561.3; \a*s> cu*>? l-f*> a decoction 
of stcmach, ib. 98. 22, 567. 7. ^i^ujd ^o 
delete. [L&zcunt Ju-£ the mixture, ib. 554, 5 ; 
);ycia*» *^» lye, Chimie 50. 8; ~£&.£? >*?& 
lemon juice, ib. 12, 16; J*L»i> l^li Meiacarire 
= Fontes (hlidi, Ammianus Marcellinus, a 
village between Mardin and Amid, Hist. Mon. 
i. 144. 2, 163. 20 ; l ^S^ CLi a decoction, Med. 
40. 13, 45. 23, 58. 5, 6, 292. 23, 293. 18. 

%U*^d col. 2084. Arab. ^Iju^* meidan, 
a race-course, BH. on 1 Cor. ix 24 gloss to 

<*o^.v> perh. from Assyr. utukku, Sumerian 
uduk. Name of a demon, which appears to 



women as a man and to men in the shape of 
a woman, Charms 40. 10, 59. 3, 62. 18; she 
has various other names, JfcJ^,^, ^aoa^^, 
uao eu^r ijao, *£DOJ.:aa-», ^dcu^J^^d, oaoo,^ v>\>, 

yCL^s^/, )]^<x^so, ib., id. Congr. Or. xi. 79. 15, 
81. 18, 83. 8 af, JAOS. xv. 287 infra. 

IZ+I23D m.pl. a Persian sect, A.M.B. ii. 
150 ult., )Jiiii n. ib. 

Jch^jd Pers. y-4-6 the sun for Zend Afithra, 
the Deity of Light; JoC^/ 9o^£> so correct 
for f^i.'so Gest. Alex. 81. 5 and 11., 86. 1, 5, 
Niild. ZDMG. xlv. 318. Often forms part 
of proper names ; see the following and 
ef. -uooo. 

^jcojchaJso pr. n. in. Mihrbozed, Syn. Or 
36. 5, ZDMG. xliii. 395. 5. 

«^H^»o**.» or ja^aa^o^D jjjj ^^j+f 
Mihrakan-K*atak, a Kurdish name 'House 
of the Mihrak", a district between the rivers 
Shirwan and Choaspes in Khuzistan, Eransahr 
20; E-Syr. bishopric Syn. Or. no. 22, 
v %s j-o±^Jc*aJ*5 ib. 165. 2, ZDMG. xliii. 4O4. 6, 
sO«.^^fc*A-*> ib. 405. 2 ; ^♦jjso^jso Phet. 
42. 4 -=. Pers. Mart. 67, col. 2084. 10 af. 
Mihraganqadaq is the same asLijjIo^ fc^r> q.v. 

i*o^A-3lfo^JJO j^jjj.±+ a Persian noble, 
A.M.B. iv. 207. 

aao^tof-*:*) pr. n. 111. one of the Magi, 
G. Busaine 64 v 4. 

1^-aosLDfo^-oo Pers. ^j^Ay* 4.* pr. n. m. 
Mihrkhwast, Jesus-Sabran 569. 5, 570. 3, 
WZKM. xi. 188. 

samua^iJofOo yu».l ^jJ^S .4^ Mihram- 
gushnasp, Magian name of S. George, Jab. 
43 6 - 2, 564. 6. 

©oo»c*-.od Pers. sL» j.^.* JSun mo)dh, the 
seventh month of the Persian year, Jab. 
5 6 4- 3. 

ke*J»<H-Op Mihrnarses, bp. of Zabe, Jab. 
378. 4, Syn. Or. 78. 7, 79. 1, 95. 5, la>potoo 
ib. f)9- 23 ; ZDMG. xliii. 398. 5, Jusojjc*** ib. 
397. 6 ; \£> Ji^po M.Z. 60. 74, A.M.B. ii. 5, 
^Aro«j»©*oo ib. iv. 163. 



T*1cn*JS0 



192 



rcUixjj^a 



^*9c^oo Mihrir, a Magian noble, A.M.B. 
ii. 560. 7. 

9CL^*,fOM-aa Mihrshapur, a Syrian bishop, 
ZDMG. xliii. 404. 9. Cf. *a^*,i-c*» col. 
2024. 5 af. 

I^q^o col. 2085. 6. Add: Maiuma, the 
port of Gaza and name of a convent there, 
Jj)^? 3 Pleroph. n. 5, Pet. lb. 53. 15; ib. 
44. 13 49. 13, Sev. Ant. Vit. 97. 8, 221. 10, 
229. 12. 

ootjuoo Heb. 2HJ ^ pr, n. m. Gen. xxxvi, 
39 Maus. 

I^o^^aJjo fi(TptKos 9 metrical, pi. m. U'^t 
)t*iL*^aa But. Sap. Philos. 8. 4. 

];^oo for Ji^Jso minivm, Chimie 57. 6. 

JLoo modern form of JL-> col. 2^61. Pers. 
J^j Indigofera Tinctoria, indigo and Isatis 
Tinctoria, woad, ZDMG. Ii. 602 n. 1, 
|cso,dO( 1L-V> dark blue, ib., )Jbo? JL^d |lAxn.S 
a strip of blue cotton, Med. 585. 18; 609. 7 
cf. l^LLo. 

JLjso and . 0.^*^0 Melos, *** JLoo on<? mithqal 
of Melian earth, Chimie 85. 20; j^o .o^L 
%o.^*^d Houfre de Melos, ib. 56. ii, Trad. 
100 n. 4. Cf. tfiooXJctt col. 1988 and ^a^o 
col. 2133. 

w^jo\aVi nr]\o\6p0T] , a kind of beetle, 
JfcJ^a^Jl ^x> Uoi^ wfcocu^aX^c N. Hist, 
vii. 1. 1 infra. 

|u»Om>\o.v> Mediolanum, Milan, Syn. Or. 
242. 30. 

JUXopcol. 2090. BHChr. 130. 14. Bedjan 
suggests ILi^o 

axu»^^^oo for Melchiades, Pope of Rome, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 48. 20, uaa-^^oo ib. 1. 25. 

,m»^»N»?iP 1) fxeXiTiTT)?, honey stone, Chimie 
8. 12 ; cf. «m*^*^*^oo col. 2091. 2) Militis, 
name of a prescription,, corruption of 
^a^o2^v:*> Melilotvs, Med. 320 pen. 

Jis^oo col. 2092. a soft rug, Jos. Nurses 

6. 1 9, Jul. 173. 25, Ahikar sJ^.. 15. Tapestry, 

fine needlework, Jk'.^'y *»-*\ kxxi, ib. *a>. 

12. Perh. Gr. /u«X^, pakiov, Poznariski Z. A. 

x. 1 19. 



Jfcloooo Med. 162. 1, 12 correct JfcLjsa-» 
q. v. col. 2150 and below. 

Jic\.nr>.v> ,»v> col. 2093. Add : JLoooo-0 
)lcx,m.y>.A^a o*~»fcw{f sur la comedie ou la> 
mimique, Ant. Tag. Rhet. Nbld. F. S. i. 
484 ult. 

. r> » %n : %q Med. 161 ult., 162. 11. prob. 
= .lux>l», Ai + six> Chelidonium ma jus, 
celandine, swallow wort, coll. 1989, 2156. 

){cOa^> Minos, Arist. Apol. ^. 1, 

wO>6imop col. 2095. fxia-v, cobbler's vitriol, 
JieJof wOoo[asLA^> Med. 91. 2. 

*jocu»i-m> ^o correct wooouo^ nr>..» 1 *> 
Mnesarchus, the Samian, father of Pythagoras, 
BH. Hebraica iii. 251. 5, 

om^v? Chimie 57. 3 i.q. ^do^iaoo. 

jiddm^ col. 2095. an aquatic bird, dark 
blue verging on black, jL'oa&soll JtoiJoja ^30 
.0^.^^^ N. Hist. vii. 17. 

^»am^j*> the 12th month of the Egyptians, 
Georg. Arab. 5. 12. 

U^.m.03 6 MtadtW, Misthia in Lycaonia, 
Nbld. F. S. i. 142. 97. 

jJajxoo col. 2096. the poppy, add : ^»J 
\j6jsZ.\d poppy seed, Med. 185. 19, 211. 1, 
231. 18, JJoalaa f J b-^ 6 } poppy juice = opium ■, 
243. 22, 244. 16. 

\JLJo col. 2098. oak gall, ref. Med. 181. 
23. Long -shaped grapes, ref. Pallad. 131. 15* 

^.v^aoV) from Pers. ^JtX^ ^jA.*fish island. 
E-Syr. bpric. on the Persian Gulf between 
Bahrein and Oman, Eransahr 43 ; ZDMG. 
xliii. 404. 12, Syn. Or. 128. 15, ^o» -^ a V > 
ib. 34. 26, 36. 28, ZDMG. xliii. 395. 11. 

^.«..».np Arab, ^l — *■* col. 2099. Add: 
properly the province of Mesene, Syn. Or. 
62. 18, 66, 4, 8, 71 ttr, but used absolutely 

a) for ***^d? \o+d the ancient capital, ib. 
19. 12, 34. 11, 36. 6 ; scriptio plena, ib. 
94. 31 so correct for ^oof ;.t*> ib. 213. 28. 

b) in later times for ^oof l^a ZDMG. xliii. 
399. 12, 400. 14, 15. 

|ui«oi> an inhabitant of Mesene, add refs. 
Syn. Or. 90. 8, 164. 15, ZDMG. xliii. 404. i7> 
Jab. 225. 6. 



•^* CT3 OlXiJ^a 



193 



rf\-*3 



<^*oifc*_*.A^d (for <^ o <- V i m. »< » ?) See of a 
Metropolitan bp. in Beit Qatraye viz. on the 
W. of the Persian Gulf, Z.A. ix. 367. 

^o>ts*.*> col. 2099. Add : Arab. ^*jy> 
a village of the Hauran, ZDMG. xxix. 431. 

u»CL^f{>]^A^D Mithridates, a Georgian, Pet. 
lb. 29. 5. 

^& col. 2100. Pass. part. Ua^o \j( y^^o 
I lie prostrate %ipon ashes, Journ. As. 1907, 

163. 19. PI. )k2unj*3 snares laid down, Tekkaf. 
56. Pa. -££ to lay low; Jl^*D yOAAJsajj 
Apoc. xi. 6 ed. Gwynn, ULiW j L l ^ ft x^ ed. 
Bagst., irara^at r^v yqv. Part. m. pi. U^vav t 
^.j^xf HooiiflQ^ prostrate under adversity, 
Isoyahb 22. 18. 

[ooai Arab, isJ^C* col. 2102. Add : a dry 
measure, ^ of an )o?»/, ^^1 = 5 bushels, 
BH. on Bel 2. J of a cab wcho^I? l^? I^o 
bo.^ JuJ-aal El. Nis. Chron. 228. 9. 

JLaa-*o col. 2102. Add under 1) lowliness 
of plants in the scale of creation, opp. )lfl*\v*p, 
But. Sap. Eth. i. 3. Under 4) a ship. 
Mandaic Nni3KD Nold. and Arab. s^. Dozy 
Suppl. See notes S. Fraenk. ZA. iii. 54 and 
xvii, 254. 

JL'cLa^ai faintness of light, opp. d«LoJL.JJ^ 
intensity, Ephr. Ref. ii. 32. 9. 

■> V^^ our low estate, correct yToi our 
death opp. ^ZL Ephr. ed. Lamy i. 277. 25. 

Y 1 ^ i.v>to£ humiliated, abased, Hormizd 
274, 944; pi. m. \l^r\ vtsj£ (ooo») )L>f©^*, 
G. Warda ed. A. Deutsch 8. 10. 

•m^-M^^^ Arab. ^^oLss.* Mwyx^ ^'* anciejit 
name Makhanis or Tmouschous i.e. Temple of 
Khousou, now Bakhanis in the province of 
Qeneh, Egypt, Amelineau 515 ff. A.M.B. v. 

164. 16. 

JJc&l» col. 2104. villages, districts. Sing. 
JkLid^o BHGr. i. 34. 3- 

^t\a^Q prob. denom. verb from |una.» col. 
2105 impost, tax. To hire or let out, ^ojo» 
^- t> m vry those who hire sanjaks (Yezidi 
images), M. Singar 19. 4 af. 

2710 



f^^^ m. the hiring, letting out of sanjaks, 
M. Singar 19. 10, Uxa.^> o^o**U? sanjaks 
which have been hired, ib. 20. 6, yOc ^cnA^ o ib. 

HVtt\av f. the letting of land Jj^fJJ oom 
Uxo <-» *~^ ILamaj*^ <ip>? ^© M. Singar 
25- 7> 39. 7- 

^ooiAm^D Maxinos, one of the Seven 
Sleepers of Ephesus, Charms 96 infra. 

Ji^ii col. 2 1 08. m. minium, vermilion. 
Add: Chimie 4. 4, .m »>ft »,N ^? )i-^» 
Lemnian earth, 1. 10, ^oS a hff) ^d? ]*a-ao 
earth of Sinope = red ochre, 1. 1 1 ; J^^? )vno 
carpenter s vermilion, ib. 7. 18. 

Jl^jI? )ioJ» col. 2109. j)l. cracks, fissures, 
caused by frost, Dion. 194. io. 

JL&, % \ v> col. 2 1 10. Add under 1) 
J]£^:& La±*>o/ rhetoric, Coupes ii. 142. 20. 
joot Ifcs2x*> fcs*~L he was placed under an 
injunction by the clergy, Sev. Lett. 134. 10. 
2) matter, affair, JL^.0 Jk^^o prjfxa eXacppov, 
Ilex. Ex. xviii. 26 ed. Lag. JjoJM U&^J^a 
Pesh. ; } u^ fcw/ Jfc^o Ixlo how great 
account I take of . . ., Sev. Lett. 107. 13. 
4) reason, yo-t (sic) Jlo»,o3 Jfc^oo^> Pallad. 
104. 19. jfc^-^ H? aXoyos, a had speaker, 
Hex. Ex. vi. 12 ed. Lag. uU^ ^£^> Pesh. ; 
irrational, unreasonable, Sev. Lett. 240. 17 
and often. U^^*° ll^oo ^so ^J^^ devoid 
of reason and thought, Pair. Or. iii. i. 104. 8. 
Under 5) end of par. Ju^jofj )l^A-*> Xoyor 
rrj? ovcrias, definition of essence, Cat. Arist. 
Jac. Edes. 21 quatcr. 

)lC£<x^£> f. pi. dimin. of JL£, Jk^A. 
Vain speech, pretexts, Sev. Lett. 427. 17 J 
JfcO*^ )k^a>Q.\^> falsehoods, calumnies, id. 
Vit. 9. 13. 

l^>Uj^ \v> verbally, ^»f^oo ]lJ. ' .. N^ o 
l^-)ot^^> Syn. Or. 138, Hormizd 339 2 - 

ILo col. 21 1 7 to fill To rise as the Nile, 

ILacuo )o©*if wfcs-i/ Pallad. 32. 12. Pass. 

part, phrases: \lLL JL*> col. 11 20 a moment, 

add: *#o>aIl£ JLo o£ jcuj! «*^ **J( * 
«. — • 

Pallad. 749. n ; Nars. ed. Ming. ii. 133. 8. 

c c 



i*A 



CUM 



194 



rC&uiCtljM 



}.Voo* %x> patched, Pleroph. 42. 9. Ethpe. 
uJ^soi/ iofill: \jro^> c\A^-v>i^)II^m^»o 
Pallad. 41. 20. ^0 be filled, supplied cls;j3 
yCi^jjofcof jncn.vi Dion. 38. ir. Pa. ^N.*> 
to fulfil, accomplish, JL'o?<h^d? \ ™ & JLiL 
A.M.B. v. 547. Ethpa. J^if to be used up, 
come to an end, UA^H o^£ *JSj»ir Pallad. 
540. 2. 

UXoJtt name of an army : see under cLaa. 

J^JL^coo f. pi. i.q. JJL^Lc&o fullness, 
abundance, uoai^V? J>|so J^*U? Jfcw^a*> 
Lit. 8. Athanas. 114. 

JL& col. 2125. JL*> DBB. 1086. 3 adversity, 

misery, ^*a*^x JLio JU/ Warda 157 r. 
* 
Jl:» for JJL& inundation, otljbo 2/^ ri*« 0/ 

the Nile, Pallad. 38. 17. 

JIjso and c*X"*> a tax : see JJ)c*d. 

)^oo col. 2127. repairer, tailor, A.M.B. 
vii. 116. 

u^'sdojc, )>^.v>clj^ col. 2128. 24 of par. 
performance, completion of a rite, add : > ^^^ 
u^jsooa^ jts,A.*a.^ o*^v. they conclude or com- 
plete the funeral rites, Hebraica iv. 84; Jla&jij 
IJ^oocLAr lie should perform magic ceremonies, 
Pet. lb. 72. 6. Conclusion, end, Jufoi*, JLJLi 
Uk^L<^o N. Hist. iii. Pt. 3, Ui^c^ )& ib., 
l*\xa*o P^ 00 ? ©"©» a subject and its end, 
Probus 85. 9 e. g. the art of Medicine <i^ h~l 
U'^"> ? )<*^ JP^ 00 ? 0c * ^ a5 / or ^* subject 
human bodies and its JlI^^qV is health, ib. 
11. 11, 12. Fulfilment, everything has a Jk**^> 
special characteristic y> t >g\ V ^ ^ V^rf - ^ 
oo» otj^^f u^.^ocla^ But. Sap. Eth. i. 4 

\Q~>( ^-?>* *»C*^ .U^J uI^OQA, ycu/ ^jl 

i,^ ib. 5, lv.^7 Ua; ? JX*>ck ib. tit., 

ib. 6 ; opp. jlo^&M luck, ib. 4 tit. 

^o-uJkJ> JLao Malobathron, Med. 147. 3, 
148. 5, See v ^_9o>K.:*J^bo col. 1988, 
yOiK^Xao col. 2 131. Cf. yoV* 3146 ult. 

» ^N.x> pr.n.m. (jlU 1) Malbadh, founder 
of a monastery, Hist. Mon. 373. 19, 389. 4. 

•j^^^o vowels uncertain. Perh, a corruption 
of ±.\y* mobed; see Jl^Sc^o. A Persian 



official Va^ wojcuj^j? »a>N^\ ^ok\v>\im 
]+*xb( Jab. 257. 10, 11. 

<^Lx> col. 213 1. /o pluck, rub. Metaph. 
<^tj» JJJof )k^A,CLDf \2Lfi the grain of truth 
which the just man plucks out, Ebed J. Card. 
17 ult. 

JLa&^^o fxuXayfia, amalgam, Chimie 12. 19. 
An emollient plaster, i. q. ec*;je Med. 586. 1 1. 

J^a^to Mallus, a bpric. in Caria, De G. 
Biindel 65. 20. Cf. Ju^o^jw col. 2132. But 
there Mallus is said to be in Cilicia. 

Udci\v» col. 2132. 5 af. Delete par. it is 
done col. 2145. 

fcfloo.Ntt), j^oot^o perb. a corruption of 
fxaXaKta, weakness, sickness, \co*Df )^do^>d 
Protection 85. 12, Uo*a? ^ci^Na 1. 14. 

Jk^aoaliOD see under JLaa, )fcl\v> above. 

I »» \ . v> col. 2134 infra, salt. Metaph. 
hospitality, y^w oJL^j^f .ooft.V i»\^o^? 

^jia, shall we take his salt and let him become 
familiar with us by entertaining usl Ephr. 
ed. Lamy iii. 513. 1. 

y0L£iAjh.2O( jl.\£ Sal Ammoniac, Med. 
87. 4, 91. 5. 

Jcl^J H^nd common salt, Chimie 56. 23, 
Med, 84. 1, 89. 20, 137. 10 &c. 

Jfcw»o*Jo> I L \^> Saccharum officinale, 
sugar-cane. 

)klj»JL»J Jul^ji household salt, Med. 198. 6. 

Jk-io^ K\*» rock salt, Jk-ic^ U^» 
J^b JV-^oo^a^ Chimie 14. 9 trad. 27 n. 

l^j? UX*> rock salt, Med. 89. 13, 19, 
M3- 13- 

JksAflD^a ^\v> Persian salt, Med. 164. 9> 
169. 2. 

Jl^vi5o*ajD JlI^j& Cappadocian salt viz. 
salt obtained by evaporation from salt-pits, 
Chimie des Anciens 266, Med. 165. 5, But 
see J^jcl^ JL^*D. 

Jk—CL^i £ a salt-wort, the dove is said to 
feed his young with it, Jis-*c£^& uaJ^*? 
N. Hist. vii. 4. 4. Cf. Quatremere under 



pd-uLro 



19 



rOao^A. 



io 



fn'S_^ col. 2134. the nautilus, N. Hist, 
vii. 2. 2. 

Jl'cwii 4) saltness, Chimie 57. 18. 

mi^,v> adj. |uidl^» JoAj^o^ salts, Z.A. 

xii. 158. 5. 

^j«. jlo^Aap f. col. 2137. 4 of par. 
jLa^ +,$f Jt'cL^Xi sharpness of the points of 
palm leaves, Pallad. 666. 20. 

« a^^aa fjLrjKwTT), a sheepskin, y©*^}? y^^V? 
A.M.B. iv. 313 ult. Hoffm. Z.A. xi. 237. 5, 
Fraenk. ib. xxii. 88. 

o^X-*> col. 2138. 8. Delete and see J^2^ 
to sharpen ; it is pass. part. 

)l£X*> Heb. ny&b Melatiah the Gibeonite, 
Neh. iii. 7. 

^.in^ usually >ta^>\^ Meletius, bp. of 
Larissa, Syn. ii. Eph. 10. 8. 

}1Ij.^>sA m. pi. Meletians, followers of 
Meletius, bp. of Lycopolis, a.d. 306, ^l^N-y 
l^cuflofoi Pallad. 68. 3, 87. 7, (joj^^l^ and 
Lu^£&, U^V? A.M.B. v. 114. 17. 

yCiN^& Heb. Jvnp Mahlon, Ruth i. 2, 
iv. 10, «ou^>ap BH. in loc. 

o - 

«dgJ p «*»\v> J>jJ» ^ dill* Malik ibn 
Tawk, Dion. 94. 11, Nold. in loc. 



fty ^X : \v> p,€\dv6iov Nigella sativa, UL 
«£>/' (sic) .q^-JV*? JwJalo .lidaajk Med. 
606. 10. 

Uai^^> Melian earth, which is white and 
greasy, Chimie 48. 19. Cf. \l fn»\».y col. 
2091. 

)?'Ny» col. 2139. niXidpiov, a copper vessel, 

UaOw yo>o\\ Jl9{1^»o BH. on Prov. 
26. 21. 

«^£*>, }*\^ col. 2142. 11 af. 1) Holy 
leaven used in making Eucharistic bread : the 
dough for this is doubly leavened, with J+,oa.~ 
kept from the last baking, and with this holy 
leaven, handed down from age to age and 
Renewed yearly. 2) the priest's Eucharistic 
l°af; Catholicos 247 ff., Maclean's Daily 
Offices, Glossary ; Brightman's Liturgies under 



Malca, H e mira and leaven. Refs. Takhsa 
105 bis, 106 ter, )^\n& cuoot? JU~»«J3 ]«*»J£u» 
ib. 114. 1, 118 ult. 

JULL^coo col, 2 1 4 1 . Add : 2) counsel, 
proposition Jbfc^k? Ua^o^D Juo» yO©^ i&*> 
)LIi-*f? Pallad. 132. 12. 3) benefaction, 
jwssession JuL^ ^*/ X>*-»*1 JJLL^cko W 
IJKobcoo loo^oo Jab. 139 pen., &**$©( : »2udo 
Ui^ajso ib. 149. 11. 

\ *.,i-a,\ol*p relating to promises, *-*( 
\1i£\ql*& ^ojcLaa^J^a S. Dan. 56 a ult. 

k-Ja^ip wisely, «6o# ^*s?fcoo l^»li^£ 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 219. 10. 

)lIaNy> (Uifos) the priest 's portion, Takhsa 
105 med., 106. 2 ; )fcL*_aJsaa «oO^ u-a> 
iLfojlT? oilL>^£i2> he places the priest's loaf on 
the east side of the oven, 11. 5 and 3 af. 

)Ua*a^i col. 2144. kingship, royalty, Sev. 
Ant. Hymns 113. 

JlciaX^xi f. accession to the throne, Jab. 
45. 6. 

dso/ \ri\}Q pr.n.m. an enemy of Kubla 
Khan, Jab. 19. 1. 

^^Nv col. 2147. Pr. nn. m. and f. add: 
a name of Moses before he was circumcised, 
Lexx. under JJLcko col. 2054. 

yo^\y name of the mother of Nestorius, 
Or. Xt. i. 278. 4. 

»oo ;X)0^P perh. fi(\dfi(3poxov, inkstand, 
Epiph. 47. 17. S. Fraenk. suggests >CLD»vt\p 
KaXanoSoxuov, pen-tray, Z.A. xvii. 88. 

Ui^Li pr. n. f. col. 2147. Add: |uiN>y 
JfcLr>f Melania the Elder, Pallad. 192 ff., 
JUcOJ )i>i,\.v> Melania the Younger, ib. 
198 pen. 

UXcLOjXi fjLfXayxoXia melancholy, Hippoc. 
iii. 13, 19, 21, lu^cni\o>v> ib. iv. 9, vL 11, 
25, 53, vii. 37. 

i> f> ». \c\ . ft 1 \y >, ILa^o *\ 1 \chv>, and 
U*c\ » Vcu^jUch^o fxfXayxoXiKos, melancholic, 
Hippoc. iv. 9, vi. 23, 53, vii. 37. 

tmVv& col. 2147. 8 af. Delete; it was 
treated under >mv\ col. 1961. 

c c 2 



rdiaA\ 



_5» 



196 



■A 



i-i-sa 



MCL^^^S COl. 2 147 lilt. prjk07TC1T0VCS 0), 

melons, text. k*a^a.& Gest. Alex. 217. 7. 

««g^,v> J/^/^i, a hill near Arbela, Chast. 
6. 10, Mar Kardag 6. 16, 49. 4, village, 

ib. 71. 8. 

i*^L*> peril, metaph. barren places or else 
a mistake for Jl&o caves, JsJ^So K*!&£>o )*ci^ 
^;jscu>L yOoo U~*~), Baliira 203. 15. 

\y\.^ or ^^>ft f. Sumerian Mama or Mami, 
a title of the goddess Ishtar, Jensen ZDMG. 
xliii. 198, Pers. L.L., ^L* title of the 
goddess Anahita, Vullers. Cf. fcs^©J Pers. 
Mart. 74 n. 678. Z.A. xxi. 255. 

jpo^^.^^) corr. >coo>m>^v mamisis, 
a sanctuary built at the side of a large temple, 
Sev. Ant. Yit. 29. 9, R.O.C. iv. 546 n. 4. 

.ft ; _. v> n^ Arab. ^I^-^L* Chelidonium, 



celandine, Med. 169. 23, «|toa~aa 606. 11. 

)&1*jaj& Glaucium phoeniceum, the juice of 
a plant, prob. the Horned Poppy, Med. 61. 13, 
81. 12, 84. t, 7, 85. 1. 

Jajifcjo i.q. ^»o)la^iJ» col. 2150. Memphis, 
Gest. Alex. 76. 6. 

•^i col. 2159 toward end of par. 5. c*u*> 
0S0 for himself alone, a Hebraism often used 
by Ephr. Syr., Nold. Gram. § 249; aMfiaros 
^»o^2>o ^.o»ju*> Tit. Bostr. 14. 8, 26. 29. 
w ot(i^o c*r*> *a0* cavToi/, by himself, apart, 
A.M.B. v. 377. 20 = o>^o oa^o ib. 376 ult. 

|LL& col. 2160. what ? Add: ^*oi )Jj£> 
wAa* ^m, Hist. Mon. i. 157. 8. Often occurs 
after a preamble to introduce the narrative. 

JL'a-JLi col. 2162. quiddity, quality, ^i£><z+ 
jJoo>a JiaJLab mental images of things as they 
are = concepts, ideas, But. Sap. Isag. i. 1. 

^1 va col. 2164. a mina, a talent. Add: 
equals 12 carats ^jdI JJa.jjQ.iL Jliafcoof \I1J0 
+*2vp ^m^l^i-il Med. 447. 6. Equals 12 oz. 

J |6) j^N^ L BH. on Luke xix. 13. Equals 
20 oz. Jk^^/ U*-*> Epiph. 2, 30 oz. kdbo 
Jfc^U or Jls^^> ib., 4 or 2 lb., )L;^ wa^ 
)V*J*Uo ib. Equals 2 lb. Chimie 69. 11. 
For deriv. see P. Haupt Z.A. ii. 265 n. 1. 



juilr*) col. 2167. pertaining to number. 
JJalli Pythagoreans, But. Sap. Philos. 8. 3, 
Philox. ed. Guidi 484 a 8 af. 

JfcLLso col. 2168. 3) a degree, add: 
700 stades equal one JfcliaD Med. 531. 6. 
300 JLaLai equal one \^fh. JL*t*&£0( Jf?a-> 
Jac. Edes. Hex. 20. I.q. )L'cuL& account, 

} Sev. Lett. 



LfiLCD 



.Oi 



V 



reckoning, j&s,iNa-> ^r> 
386. 3- 

UfcuLaa col. 2168. logic the particular opp. 
Jii^io <Ae universal, N. Hist. viii. 4. 2. F.pl. 
jfcllfcuj*) Probus 87. 5, 6, 101. 7, 11. 

,rA.^}iv> fxvacris = fiefiifivos. A measure; 
34 equal 10 bushels of wheat or barley, 
jj^lo U&&* L<£± &*£r>[r>o Epiph. 6. 5. 

ijaao name of an angel, Protection 79. 3. 
Cf.^Jtf-icol. 2169. 

v o1U>d pr. n.m. Manethon, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
62. 4. 

^g>f\ ^i>a Arab. ^.^lju a slave of Saladin, 
BHChr. 272. 4 af.; 380. 2. 

Juiii pi. )JLi-i Mandaeans, Coupes 1. 
6, 12 n. 1, ii. 154. 16, Mich. Syr. ix. cap. 6; 
A.M.B. ii. 150 ult. 

yCL-^uao Mendidium in Egypt, prob. near 
Alexandria, Sev. Ant. Hymns 132. n. f. 

N^oi^ ILai col. 2170. Add : the chrisom 
or white baptismal robe, Maclean ; ref. Takhsa 
71. 15. 

, ft i%n col. 2 17 1. 3. fxavrlov, a cloak ot 
palm leaves, Z. A. xvii. 88. 

).,iv> a bpric. in Asia Minor, De Goeje B. 
65 antep. 

.ft.ij ^ a corruption of payyaviKov an engine 
of war, Dion. 95 ter. Usually a» j^ i^> col. 
2170. 

}fUX> Lat. mandra, a flock, herd, Jji^? j**- 1 ** 
Dion. 116. 13. 

>m+9UX> the river Meander, De Goeje B. 

65- !3- 

^2uU^9 pr. Marzifan, Ahikar 53. 13. 

U^isft col. 2172. coin, money, Anecd. Syr. 
i». 95* 2 7> ^^ ] - 7, l&*4*> ib - 97. 9- 



rCi«^i -sa 



197 



r^^CU^JdO 



U ^ .» I v> pi, m. Manichaei, Manichaeans, 
Dion. Ined. 478. 1, 4. 

Jxo_jd col. 2165. a weevil, QdhamW. 186. 
15, Dion. 58. 4 JfoJiOo wo»oU*/ UU^^uiv* 
ib. 59. 5. Metapli. contemptible »».uiy> %©a.^J 
glossed [*Sn\ v>o 1^+** Horraizd 2639. 

|ui»j.-V> from ^Ii v> number; see above and 
under Jti^a to reckon. 

It^rui v> see ^j. 

H*a1x> col. 2172. Turk. *.jlxjl*, Arab. 
^*U.ij , Pers. sJLaJJ ^/^ wo?e£, |^« ? iy |>>>av> 

M ed. 39. 17, 54. 23, 57. 2, 58. 10. Cf. ZDMG. 
xlvi. 244. 

[*** y> pr. n.m. Manasses, N. Hist. iii. i. 
sect. 2, trni v> uaftooaaj J;*? Jo. Tell. 73. 10, 
77.8. 

)£o.jl& m.pl. heretics, glossed by )^**~j*> 
A.M.B. ii. 150 ult. 

bxoo. jUoooi col. 2177. f. rennet. Add: 
IaM, J^ilao JLott^ r ^ JL'l U^Jl N. Hist, 
vii. 2. i, ib. 6. 5 ; |^jm? Jloflai rennet from 
a hare, Med. 57. 6, 105. 23, 567. 16, 569. 22, 
from a sheep, ib., from a bear, ib. 590. 23. 

) ram no col. 2177. 7 a ^ Delete the third 
word, arbor. ) I o mv> is a sweet-scented marsh 
sedge, Diosc. i. 13, 17. 

)ufn\p col. 2177. dirt, filth, )umY> JJ? li^,\ 
clean wool, Med. 559. 4. 

jfcimjtt col. 2178. rennet: curds E-Syr. 
J&xu£> Med. 575. 14. Paste Jk*m*>o JU 
^>isAj JJ? ^o*^ J*-*!? Ephr. Eef. ii. 218. 37. 

[I i r* v^«£ a substance capable of de- 
composition, Chimie 48. 14. 

JLam^lT col. 2178. deco7)i2>osition, add: 
jrc^fi&jttlT? I^Jotifcuo wasting diseases, con- 
sumption^ Med. 261. n. 

tfioojUso^D filvHos (fila-v) shoemaker s vitriol, 
Med. 104. 9. Usually ^^saaa. 

y^m'MP col. 2179. Ar.-Pers. ^lJJLLL* and 
(jU.11^ iLo (Tabari)Ma<™/3aTiK>7(Strabo) a region 
the capital of which was Sirwan now Sahr- 
i-Kailun, Eransahr 20, Syn. Or. 677 : ib. 
*o8. 29, 1 10. 25 so correct for y^oo or x «3&ao 



see transl. 368 n. 6; ZDMG. xliii. 403. 2, 
404. 8, Chast. 69 antep. .» -\ nnv>f J*clJ 
ib. 46. 1. 

)o»\^m\p Masablalia, one of the Arab buyers 
of Joseph, Jos. Weinberg 22. 16. 

<£0oLo»mJMD fJLaaedos i. e. fi.a{a Qdov 1 lumps of 
sulphur, Chimie 55. 8. 

)?QfflV> Arab, s^^^* clad in black i. e. 
Abbasides, Chron. Min. 349. 10, Dion. 50. 3. 

•flft-^j a-oa-20 Musonius, Bp. of Therme, 
De Goeje B. 64. 6. Written ^so^i.ma^> 
col. 2043. 

Iiscum v> see JLoomoo col. 2095 a wild duck, 
N. Hist. vii. 1. 7 infra. 

^Afloxt, Uooa v> see below, under ^a^o. 

>mfin v> var. *b**£bj!o Mt. Masis, Gest. Alex, 
trans. 168 ult. = Z.A. vi. 365 1. 112. 

Umv col. 2175 a goad. L. 4 of par. 
delete trutina, Act. Apost. Apoc. ? ^n 7. 

;mv> col. 2 181. to deliver up, to accuse. 
Add : ;»^) Oot JfOmaD Kartjyopos 6 Karrjyopcov, 
Apoc. xii. 10 ed. Gwynn c^lj^o? 



Bagst. Ethpe. imvlf to be accused, l;m,v>l( 
|»o^> Chron. Min. 107. 10 M.S. i«^odl<\ 
to be despised, nn>gfco ^jlojclS JJj Bar Penk. 
15- 19. 

)u;nr* wv> scorner, scoffer, oo©> JJla, \v 
} 1 y «* ^ ^ S. Dan. 65 6 20. 

Jl'o-j; nrkV> v> f. contempt, v CLdLcLitm^^^ 
H\£^£» A.M.B. iii. 304. 

)j39CLa&j£> some bivalve, N. Hist. vii. 2. 2. 

>ooi rt\y > marg. Mao-poKis, an Arab king 
under whom the Homerites suffered, Sev. Ant. 
Hymns 613. 2. 

|u^2o col. 2184. an obol, small coin, **J/ 
*#o»cL£i *j+( as each could afford, Jac. Sar. 
Horn. iii. 797. 5; A.M.B. vii. 808. 8, 10. 

JJcl^o col. 2185 infra, a place, region 
^*jcl^o )>.N-m the Seven Limbos of Manichaeans, 
Ephr. Kef. ii. 204. 45, ^jo\v>-» ^^3f jfc**aj 
ib. 164. 36. 

JicL^ao col. 2186. f. an intestine, add ref. 
Chimie 54. 25, \ \-m to-Xao a sheep's gut, 
ib. 55- 3- 



^200 to pity, col. 2186. Prob. a mis- take 
for £JL^ ; BB. col. 1314 has £-£*» = ^ in 
its second sense to be rancid, but DBB. 764 
in the same passage has £»J~^- with var. ^^o. 
Duval BB. 1447. 1 also has Jl fla? J^as &- L ^' 
although 762 he has X.v^ ^/ jl&9 fcoo ^*. 

ITtf^i col. 2186. Add: E.-Syr.)yN<£, 
Arab. LliJLx-6 one of 12 dioceses under the 
Maphrian of Tekrit, now a village an hour 
W, of Dehok and about 60 kilometers N. ol 
Mosul, Syn. Or, 676: 62. 4 and often, Hist. 
Mon. i. 107. 21, ii. 238 n. 3, Pers. Mart. 208, 
Layard's Nineveh 299 f. 

Ub^&tt an inhabitant of Mdaltha, M. Z. 
200. 10. 

*fl&J2O0. lugft,*J*o& col. 2187. 5. Correct 
misprint to «o»a-La.ja-0-=> (Nun omitted). 
L. 8 after BA. add : under )uL-Vj col. 3957 
= DBB. 1910. 1. Ethpe. •*» CwJ / raetaph. 
to succumb, \JL&j Loat magnanimity is, not to 
rejoice in this world's goods nor ot^'i>>^^ 
%gi^ooto to be trodden down by its evils, But. 
Sap. Eth. 2. 2. 

|m,\y Arab >u ^jr-6 colic, gripes, J>£o«J>* [n\\x> 
Med. 263. 8, 410. 1,6,411. 20, (TTp6(f>os,oC^ Joop 
lnnvv> Hippoc. v. 38 ; pi. ib. iv 1 r, 20, ^»6o»» 
laptop tOo»\ <rTpo(f)ov}i€voi, Galen. 241 : j&j&La^o 
»mN>fta j|u* ^o Hormizd 2784. Treading out 
corn add : BA. and K. under JJ^Lo col. 3622. 

Jk'm\v> f. colic, Med. 568. 9. The colon, 
the spirit of lunacy is adjured to go ^0 
Jl^*J1 j^mXao Charms 10. 3. 

(JLj^oo inhab. of ]£-£» Maara in the 
diocese of Nisibis, )Jj;\ v> *£ ipo*;a/ Chast. 
56. 14. 

^^.NjjQ col. 2188. i. Ma rash, a^j* 
|^i(i\^ Or. Xt. i. 278. 3. 

^bu^1S-^» (? U*>b) dtytywa, perh . >flaN\top 
eatable ; a decoction thick enough to be eaten, 
Galen. 240. 

Jua^a-i correct |j iift\Y> q, v. 

wo>amAj£> Mopsus, a demon worshipped 
\1$jb<ux&oJd )tsX+r*iz> Warda 53 r, 

^5* col. 2188 to such. Act. part. fem. 
Jjo? Kb©? l^ftNv BH. on Prov. xxx. 15. 



198 



r<Lu»xU5a 



Ethpe. . lsol( to drain, empty, K-»Iso£ ♦$ 
Juaofcoio )1^l^I N. Hist. iii. pt. 4. Palpel 
^o r i to draw out, empty, c*u*> Loot )_ao-aa*P 

Ji^kj^f the weevil had eaten the heart out of 
the ear of corn, Dion. 59. 2. 

J-jso col. 2188. to grow bloodless )o> *a 
^.^joljo j <& ooi ^ojj^Uo Chron. Min. 
217. 20. 

As^jtl-Ja with no heart in it, perfunctorily, 
Jul. 36. 13. 

J -so col. 2 1 90. part. J-Jio with ]LH col. 2 191. 
to be able. Add : ^S*-- JJi Jlaa JJ I am no 
match for him, Kal-w-Dim. 179. 1; i^o *+( 
^U-jtt? to the best of our power, Jos. Styl. 

43- 17- 

Ul«&koe col. 2192. Add : potential opp. 
Uloooo creative and JL'ofcs^/ *+'2±} f necessarily 
existent, Bnt. Sap. Theol. 1. 3 and often, 
Jlofcwf mil -.aifcoo ib. Philos. 1. 3; pi. 
IjJ-ttfcoo possible, opp. l» o ij/ necessary, 
Ishodad 14. 21. 

fc^Ul-itoipo^w^ia^jBut. Sap. Periherm. 
iii 2 bis. 

JJ^Lao col. 2194. middle. Astron. Uif^ 
\ -^ ^ the meridian, De Astrolabe 82 ult., 
83. 1, i.q. yCu;^vi»nno^o ib. 1. 4; 253. 14. 

fc^it-i in the Egyptian language, Pallad. 
333- 9- 

\a2£> pr.n.f. Maka, Anecd. Syr. iii. 246. i7- 

JLLj'.jitt = )uj 6+tt& followers of Macedonius, 
Syn, Or. 132 ult. and n. 

yoa» col. 2198. 4. Correct misprint to 
^dA.vs q.v. 

wcooksjaA^) Chimie 5. 11, *fioofcw±ftao 20 ult. 
Correct or>ol^ifi\r> ^aX<ca^or, verdigris. 

&cuix* col. 2198. 4 and 5 af. Correct 
JL^ad for JLi3L3. The word is spelt ^A- 30 
under \ v.I.o ft col. 3221. Ar. d^-* 
a) drinking cup. b) a measure = 1 seah i.e. 
1^ pecks, BB. under J}^» col. 2489. 

Jjjaji^ the recipient or receiver of a still* 
Chimie 36. 9. 



XZ* 199 

;jo col. 2 199. Ethpa. ^Solhi to be embittered, 
saddened, iilioo Jl Hormizd 3230. Ethpalp. 
♦J»;.»L( to become bitter add : o^D^ai/ |l» 
tniKpavflrjo-av, Apoc. viii. 1 1 ed. Gwynn o^-i 
ed. Bagst. 

]Lo^»^o pr. n. IIiKpta, Mar ah y Hex. Ex. 
xv. 23 ed. Lag. 

JLfLtt col. 2203. 1) colocynth, bitter 
cucumber, )i2>) )!*£>» Med. 102. 4. 2) gall, 
U>\*1 55 wolf's gall, Med. 54. 6; jU'oo 
Jl'cuijo JkLl-^a? 1. 16; J*olTf 5d ox-gall, 
ib. 86. 21, 87, 88. 

Jl;j& add : x°M> ^ ^ e > Hippoc. iv. 22 ff., 
v. 60, vi. 48, vii. 39; J&cloo/ Jl"^ black 
bile, Med. 12 ter, )j^o>cu JL'jji bile, ib. 14. 8, 
J&xaboflo JLV*> ib. 44. 19, 45. 22, )^ow i 
ib. 382. 1. Venom of a scorpion, Med. 25. 
18. 22; metaph. gall or venom of Nestorius, 
Jo. Eph. 122. 17. 

ML^o add: xoXwfo;?, bilious, Hippoc. ii. 15, 
iv. 28, 47, vii. 29, 56, Med. 7. 15, pi. JJL'^, 
ib. 15. 2, 291. 9, ^>L's-&? ^.\,*j 1. 11. 

W&> f. J^Jl'yS Jftc^r ib. 45. 4 ; J*aU 

J^JLVi a vomiting of gall, ib. 273. 20. 

J££ col. 2205. master, oivner. Add : relative, 
omPo to^> w^j|l? Sind. 14. 23, 16. 13. 
Cf. ZDMG. xxxv. 234, 

tyo( w^i, M&«*^0 w^i and JLooaa «*^j© 
see below after )L^t» and after ^&. 

Phrases compounded with J£& add: — 

Ji^ti-ao rich in treasures, Ephr. ed. Lamy 
i. 13, 16, Hormizd 227. 

yjcu? )£** C/«V/ Secretary of State = 
yQ^m^oo?? J^i *,» Jab. 40. 1. 

U.JL Ljjso )loi\«\,v> reason set over dumb 
creatures, Nars. ed. Ming. ii. 238. 13. 
J»iL£ J£ao slave-owners, Pallad. 6. 5. 

I~L>£j*> col. 2210. 3) dominical, )t[S* 
kj*ao Festivals of Our Lord opp. Ju^o? 
Saints' days, Takhsa 78. 17. 

Ji-tt col. 2213 = J?k& a mattock. PI. )££ 
Ephr. ed. Lamy i v. 231. 19. L. 5 of par. 



correct ii^ssll "^ JuSoo? J££ a bearers i. e. 
a grayediggers pick or spade, DBB. 194. 5. 

JkwU o^io f. pi. iron picks or shovels (R. Duval ) 
i. q.j*, see )k-ap/'DBB. 194. 3. 

^J;-so Maragha on the E. side of Lake 
Urmi, Jab. 43. 13, BHChr. Eccl. ii. 531 
var. oj^ii^o. See col. 2213 par. 8. 

l^d*^o Arab, iajj^, ^^.k.)^ garrison, 
outpost, Dion. 165. 17, 235. 9, Nold. WZKM. 
x. 165. 

^CL=»ti m. pi. perh. [soo^ *#t» from 
Arab, ^^j evil, Hist. Mon. i. clxv. n. 1, 
Hormizd 2445. 

^jLao col. 2213. Add: to glance aside, 
£j» ^»t cue* .^o JfJ^ Gest. Alex. 68. 8, 
BH. Moberg 60. 

J^-i col. 2213 infra, meadow. For differing 
views as to derivation see Fremdw. 129, 
Hubschmann ZDMG. xlvi. 244. 75. 

J^-ao Marga 1) J-^^ll -^-., a district and 
town NE. of Mosul. Col. 2214. 4 of par. 
delete " Forte sit " and add : Pers. Mart. 
222 sqq., Hist. Mon. ii. 43 n. 2 and often, 
bpric. ib. and Syn. Or. 608 n. 3, 619. 6, 
Chast. 58 pen. 2) a monastery at the foot 
of Mt. Zinai in Adiabene, Chast. 60 antep., 
65. 21. I.q. U^po fc^o ib. 61. 3, Hist. 
Mon. i. 314, *L) oi^ ^. 114^ *~=> 
M.Z. 2io. 18, 211. 17; U^*>? JiJsoo^ the 
same, Chast. 66. 11. 3) ^i>^ l^po col. 
2214, near Aleppo, add: Brook's Chron. 
574 pen. 4) ^zA\ ^ Jc^lf k^» the 
Fertile Meadow, El. Nis. Chron. 138. 12, 
159. 25. 

l*^-& and U^~aa see preceding article. 

I 9 9 9 y 

V^x^je adj. jit for meadow or pasture, 
yoot+h^t ycu/ Ho\»\r»»sfrj lui^^ beneath 
snow mountains are moist meadow- or pasture- 
lands, N. Hist. v. 1. 2. 



9 

t£0Q 



Mapyiavrj, Gest. Alex. 208. 17 
i.q. oiJo the city of Merv, 1. 18. 

Jfc^^po see , ^ s i Suppl. 



ndl\jJ» 200 

U^jLao col. 2214 infra, a scourge. Add: 
BHGr. i. 22. 17 pi. ib. 31. 14, l-^J^» Op. 
Nest. 98. 14. Nold. on deriv. WZKM. viii. 
365 and Mand. Gr. 

JfcL±^-& col. 2215. 14 af. a pearl = a relic, 
add: A.M.B. v. 613. 3 af., 614. 8, 10. 

jjjso col. 2216. Pa. ft& to oppose, resist, 
JI.J00 Jlaj/ uJL2> o^o )^;v\ y> )]^^> the created 
vjorld opposes weak mankind by hindering 
seas and mountains, Ephr, B,ef. i. 37. 12. 
Ethpe. ilxzli to be fortified, ib. 1. 27. 

JJf ^ifcoi m. pi. rebels, runaways, coupled 
with jLoLao mortals, Apollinarist. Schr. 48. 
19 opp. Jj'Ju. «^> ib, 20. 

^»6f^9 prob. *>£$>* a king slain by his 

Turkish bodyguard, BH. Stories 23. 106. 

|Ll»?«J!0 an inhabitant of Mar din in Tur 
Abdin, Ant. Patr. 303, 304. 

J>3?;-aD col. 2219. litharge, ref. Med. 151. 20, 
152. 1, 8, 153. 1. Cf. Jofioaa. 

<**•>? «-*3 Mardinshah, a son of Chosroes II 
and Sirin, Sassanidi 12. 8 = Chron. Min. 
19. 13. 

^ii£i4;>£ Pers. s&l-»> %$j.a protoxide of lead, 
litharge, Med. 59. 13, 570 ult, 574. I3> 
583. 16, 586. 12. 

t^tf^o col. 2219. wild pomegranate, 
add: jul^i^ oo*o Med. 607. 8: see \jsJb 
juculf Suppl. 

yooiijso perh. Ar. Lj^ may it do you good, 
said before drinking, Med. 587. 14. 

och^ Pers. *Aj-+ plaster or salve for wounds, 
Med. 585 tcr, 586 quinquies, o» )*£l2> «©hj*> 
),yi^vio 1. 11, )^oo/ ipo»w»l. 12, JoijicUS 55 

1. 14. 

<Hj^-«>oiiJs(0 Marehrakmeh, Bp. of Beit 
Dasen, Syn. Or. 62. 5, 68. 1, ZDMG. xliii. 
401. 1 1. 

o«-» col. 2220. 7. 3) add: Arab. ^ 
Merv, now in Russian territory, Syn. Or. 
677, 299 n; 2; 43. 18, 62. 5, ZDMG, xliii. 
396. 11, Hist. Mon. i. 198. 8, Chast. 22. 16, 



\%sn 



24. 5, Sassanidi 30. 10. Name of the river, 
now the Murghab, on which Merv is situated, 
ib. 1. 8. 

o^so incorrect pi. of ^oo^a fiepos, faction, 
party, Anecd. Syr. iii. 272. 6, 8. For *a>o&> 
see col. 2221. 

)&+£> col. 2220. Origanum Maru, wild 
marjoram. Befs. Med. 58. 6, 606. 5. Delete 
the second sentence beginning " Exponit ". 

Ji^o;aD Marauge, name of a scribe, corrupted 
from #.^0/ ^^*> C.B.M. 11 78 a. 



Lijo^i a native of Merv, add : Chast. 
23. 9, 24. 3, Syn. Or. 66. 25. The language 
of Merv, DBB. 18. 20 under l^i&m^f' 

yjo*^ pr. n. m. Maruzan, Isoyahb 72. 20. 

«opd place-name : see % oJljsd. 

UJoiLi col. 2220 par. 5. Delete and see 
ju)ot>o ib. par. 11. In the passages quoted 
from letters of Isoyahb, B. O. iii. i. 127 
= Hist. Mon. ii. 154 Syr. ult., B. 0. iii. i. 
129, 132 correct jUoJLi inhabitants of yOJL^o 
Mazon now Oman, R Duval. So ZDMG. 
xliii. 407. 2 = Syn. Or. 216. 21 trad. 482 n. 2, 
Chabot, Sassanidi 26. 13. 

fo>o;^D 5« Jl •»-• Merv on, the river, some 
days journey south of Merv, Syn. Or. 109. 
23 and see trad. 366 n. 6 = ZDMG. xliii. 
412. 14 and n. 4, jojjsoj-so (sic) ib. 403. 12. 
Cf. AKGW. 1 90 1. 76, and Barthold Christ, 
in Mittel Asien 16. 

*jlcu^j|;«sd col. 2222. Pers. ^jSJjj-* 
Origanum, Marjoram, Med. 57. 5, 59. 5, H. 
*,a^jJu«^o 1. 7, 393. 11 ; Ar. PflnN. 41. 

u»£» col. 2223. luLil^D'lfco^ presumable, 
f. pi. JfcllLiiJ*>ikc£ JJ things or opinions which 
should not be assumed nor presumed, Sev. 
Lett. 480. 8. 

^L-» col. 2223. Pass. part. X— »i-a°> 
|^*iao, Jfc^^j^o bare, featherless, )l^*Ia ^° 
(u*>? JNo «o» Jfc^w« )1^J-^ all insects are 
featherless and bloodless, N. Hist. vii. 1. *> 
Ebed J. Card. 21. 9. Ethpe. ^holV to tear 
out, tear away, ^L^ls^ ^*( tQAAiLy ^ 
Hormizd 1896. 



r£\c\ 



j^o^^o col. 2224. a pallium worn by the 
Patriarch (obsolete), Maclean, 

uaoc^i^o Martus, name of a demon, JAOS. 

XV. 288. Cf. yO+*X>. 

\i*sxx*£j& name of a Roman legion, A.M.B. 
vi. 69. 6, U-jox^^c? |j<Ls^ ib. 80. 12. 

tyo} w^o Mareotis, Pallad. 162. 3. Cf. 
J^cu;jjo col. 2225. 

[1 $Jo (lt^x>.) Lake Moeris, Pallad. 1 1 9 pen., 
*34- 7. 

J+2& Pers. o^ the planet Mars, Med. 
470. 14, 487- 7- 

iiLj_» wii Pallad. 162. 3, see )j^^o^d. 

loo^iti col. 2227. Pers.j^-fcL^.*. Duval 
suggests ^^5 j* sweet herb. Origanum maru. 
Marjoram, Med. 88. 6, 142. 16, 162. 1, 
265. 14, Guigues on Serapion .^L^ vars. 
jya+V*^, and j^a-L*^ Journ. Ab. 1905, 57; 
Ar. PflnN. 252. 

\ ? *Liict^ ; Z% Cuminum sylvestre, wild 
cummin, BB. under uaoo^X^o^o col. 3558, 
DBB. 689. 3, Ar. PflnN. 207. 

• ojj&ii col. 2227. marble, y otoao ;aoj J^Xo 
Chimie 13. 9. 

|uO»^d^^> Marmarica in Libya, A.M.B. 
vii 90, written J.a*po «jj& Pallad. 162. 3. 

IaJ*j& var. \21^£> a wine vessel, Gest. Alex. 
130. 8. CLlllx*. 

*&i& col. 2227. Metaph. to repress, 
suppress thoughts, Anecd. Syr. iv. 51. 4, 
1 8. 20. Ethpe. *a>lxsl( to be plucked, torn 
out, •flo^»i/ t*j£u^.r Hormizd 2683. Pa. jbdI&> 
to tear down, ib. 2682. 



UotCLtt being bruised, hurt, ^0 
otfpfcu» Hormizd 2788. 


*u\r n 


\ 9 9 • 1 9 l 4 9 


-J JJ ib. 



2785. 

^ftsftiwjvi col. 2228 infra, l.q. jB^fttf^ 
col, 1998 fxapavfjios, decay, 

)Lcl^;j£> col. 2229. disease, illness, add: 

dizziness from a thunderstorm i.e. headache 
a. marg. to Cyr. 431. 9. 

2718 



201 pcUjCVjc^ 

Ju^^i = J^Lo^i the epigastrium, upper 
fore-part of the abdomen, A.M.B. iv. 155. 

I&L2& col. 2231. polishing, add: Chimie 
49. 11, 251. 6, 15. 

flL^o corrupt for Pers. ^sSj* rhinoceros, 
Gest. Alex. 211 ult. 

joo^Ji corrupted from *cqQ£>±j narcissus, 
joo^i ^7'JL^Med. 599. 16. 

JI^^jld^d marcassite, Chimie 3. 10, 4. 9. 
Cf. JfcL*jai col. 3770 and Suppl. 

<fL«Jtt prob. i.q. Arab, isli^ litharge, Chimie 
2. 6. Usually J^mcusd and )of^». 

\2&> col. 2234. par. 5, 1. 3. Act. part, of 
Uje to gather figs, *£oj&Lo ^o^ U-^b Pallad. 
334. 20. This is the story of Jonan the 
Gardener to which BA. refers. Pa. s**i to 
collect with pains, to amass o»»9nX o^. »»• v> 
[ » ^ . ™ Nft ^j^ \* >. « the glutton makes more 
trouble for himself than those who endure 
hardships, Philox. 375-4. But the passage 
is difficult. 

jut^d col. 2235. river Masius or Mygdonius, 
now the Jaghjagha, refs. Dion. 71. 8, A.M.B. 
i. 442. 

wJELaa col. 2235. 1) to anoint. Add: to 
apply, smear on, yCU( w*fcjOo jl^^Jt Jfcs^J 
Jl**^. Geop. 69. 8. 2) to measure. Add : 
to equal in measure, be commensurate, w^ JJ 
U**f cue \ajja^ JLJ^o he does not mete out the 
blame due to the offence, Philox. 109. 1. 
Ethpe. ,«.gjy>i( to be smeared, blood «JL»lS-» 
l^^/'V, Sev. Ant. Hymns. 233. 

\Lm,<£x> col. 2236 infra, a bull-calf Add: 
IfcLiJjJ k+m,ox> fx6a X oi metaph. of youths 
ready for martyrdom, A.M.B. ii, 85. 

U»CL*Jtt a measure, measurer, that ivhich 
measures, )u*cla^o JLojc*-^-£0O )ia_*?a-A*-^ 

the singular and the plural are the measure 
and the measured, not however in their nature 
but in that measuring and being measured 
have happened to them in contrary fashion, 
But. Sap. Philos. 2. 5. 

d d 



r£u<\XJ50 



202 



jj 



Avj^o 



)l£o >v col. 2257 f. 2) Ae w?Ao ru&s 
athletes w^A oil, metaph. Jab. 465 ult., 
492. 7. 

jlo^a nt>v> col. 2242, Add: a temperate 
climate, c»^x t**^>> jio^a.vi v> ouns)o» |ii( 
N. Hist. iv. 4. 3. PI. )ln,.;x>v> BHGr. 
*• 35- x 3> temperatures, jlcL^xv-va ~tfl ^sd 

for healing the body more attention is to be 
paid to the relative than to the specific tem- 
perature, ib. Eth. 2. 3 but ouafcoo **fc^ +0 
Jtcu**-*Laa^ kssj a -^ when the temperature 
most nearly approaches the mean, ib. 1. 3. 

1^1*^) to list of various oils add : k»*sp 
^*?»j? nard, Med. 40. 14, 67. 8, 140. 5; 
*m_£;_j? JL**-*ja narcissus oil, same refs., 
^iarof 5a lily-oil, ib. 138 ult.; \2»,qjLv 55 
id. ib. 53. 6, 327. 9; )s>Y°? aa> castor oil, 
Chimie 3. 10; ;.3oj3? Sa camphor oil, Med. 
142. 10; *oju;£cljd J© cedar oil, ib. 146. 12. 

UtiL^ col. 2241. 8. PL \'Um>Ci oil-merchants, 
Dion. 234. 18. 

[ULx> col. 2241. aw unguent, pi. U^ 
Med. 262. 18. 

)JLjL<ijft M & col. 2242. oz7t/, oleaginous as 
walnuts or olives, BH. de PI. *^. 3 ; N. Hist, 
vi. 3. 3. Chem. )Ii/»ii.v> joa^o^ such as 
arsenic and sulphur, Z. A. xii. 158. 6. See 
Suppl. under Ja^ix>. 

jTa^Aa.v) col. 2241-2, ult. of par. Messiah- 
ship, Poet. Syr. 32. 1. Belief in the Messiah 
= )icLU^flp»o Bahira 219. 9, 10. 

JtajUjufcifcoo f. measurement, being measured, 
But. Sap. Philos. 2. 5 : see under |u*ai v>. 

^ • v> col. 2243. iL^o.-^.X) m. a yokel 
|^cl*^Q3 •jx^|£a*3d J jot" the ox submits to the 
yoke, Pal lad. 536. 2. 

jula^~flC& Arab, —^.k*^ prostrate, slain, 
U*io? *-> ^y-^ ^>l^o? Ua^so y*l like 
corpses lying on the road-side^ BH. Journ. As. 
1878, 97. 822. 

yjLtt river Mascas, A.M.B. iii. 387. 

jLia-i col. 2244. skin, hide. Deriv. not 
Indo-Germanic as Lug. G. A. 282, Ann. Stud. 



1432 but Semitic : Assyr. maSku, Arab. eLL-i, 
Fraenk. Z. A. iii. 54. 

Jloai^o col. 2245. [mj'<J>* 1j.*i,£ Icfa m^ 
y^y, U^4i the frivolity of human society 
carries you away, Is. Nin. B. 131. 12. 

(^c».^ *-g> island and bishopric: see 

^ K c\ m v> Ranskrit *j^i< some large 
amphibian, Gest. Alex. 175. 9. 

icj-oo Armenian J^tf (?) i.q. Uoj hyssop, 
BA. under \&o) col. 11 10. 

Jfcoo col. 2245 infra, birthplace, native 
country, prob. Assyr. matu, Mand. NDKO 
town, Talm. also xnXD Z.A. xxi. 256 n. 3, 
Inscript. of Zenjirli, WZKM. vii. 134 °- 
PI. JLofcoo Duval Gram. § 262. 

U^IVjo Heb. N^DTO NHD, a Jewish \illage 
between Mahoze and Hirta, Sassanidi 27. 3 af. 
Cf. ZDMG. xxxix. 12. 

*floo^.jo?fcsi name of a potion, Med. 220. 9, 
244, 20. 

^acu>wol^& (* U*i+) Mattullqos, Natur. 
52. 13, prob. a mistake for 'AtXclvtikov, cf. 
Anecd. Syr. iv. 97. 24. 

lofcoo Mount Matut, the boundary of 
Khuzistan, Chast. 63 pen. 

J loo hair -shirts jl^wu tkoo jjjsfcoao? J^oj*^ 
^0^00 }^£o *x*} Sev. Ant. Hymns 201, 
Chron. Min. 209. 12. 

w*fcoo col. 2247. Add: to stretch out with 
ace. of the body = to die, s~\*\* o out&J *»fc^ 
he stretched himself out and died, A.M.B. 
v. 118 marg. ^ojcL^jJi w*fcoo. Absol. or 
ellipt. to prolong life, to live, Jjo» )j^JL^k hof^ 
w*fcoo his life was prolonged to these days, 
Schulthess, Probe = BHChr. Eccl. i. 85. 10. 
With X of the object and Icl^ of the pers. 
to refer, Sev. Lett. 92. 4, 7, o» \ w*^-^ 
.oo»iaJ^ )ts \xa ^ he refers the matter, 
addresses his remarks to them, ib. 235. i°* 
With **» durfipc, he directed his steps, hastened, 
^-jmo_ *«** *#fcob? o'ot Pet. Ib. 34* 2I * 



rduOovia 



203 



A>cv.^rO 



Ethpe. u*fcL»Lr with juL to strive with, 
JuLp Jl yuL ^»fcoeb*& Ephr. ed. Lamy ii. 
775. 21. Cf. Penl with jaJiL col. 2247. 34. 

|LLofe*j& stretching, tense, headaches from 
wind are called ju^ofcoo because there is 
a feeling of )io«^kctt tension with them, 
Med. 33. 16. 

Julfeco col. 2248. dimension, l^fcoo ^*^o* 
\%^L\ \x\"«h Uao/ i. e. length, breadth, 
height, But. Sap. Philos. 5. 4 ; taJli»oJ^> Ufcoo 

omV*/ I^M? V- 1 ^^^^ Uoo/ *#o* dimensions 
have no concern with (lit. do not enter into) 
the essential body ; and true corporeality is 
substance susceptible of dimension, ib. 4. 2. 
Tension, Med. 21. 17. 

tw^ll^D in extended line, open order, opp. 
serried rank, Dion. 15. 13. 

JL p cu**1^d f. tensioii, JJlj? Jla*iw.]^D a feeling 
of tension in the head from a heavy cold, Med. 
66. 14, in the eye, ib. 78. 11, constriction, 



tightness^ ib. 135. 16, 23, IIaIod? Jicu*»fcop 
ib. 151. 17. 

JlcLi-il^ifcoi f. extensibility, JLoU-ifcoo ^ 
JfcwJ-9cu» D JLcUL^fc^fco© «o» But. Sap. 
Philos. 5. 2. 

ooI^d col. 2251. Add: without ^£ or », 
ya^Lv^o ioo^^d for ever and ever, Ephr. Ref. 

i- 77- 43> 7 8 - 2I > I 7 1 - *5, k-^^> ^*>© yofcoo 
ib. 84. 41. 

Jiaaokoo col. 2252. third par. always pi. 
Entity, constituent fmrts, Mingana. L. 2 of 
par. sic, i. e. without ^£, )Ln » ->-a \ 1 » a 
^cho^oI^o Ephr. Ref. i. 6. 37 ; \ 1 *i »? 
(Jlus?) »*o»o-ao©fcoo |oo» «o»©!^./ ib. 8^. 40; 

ot )^d;j*3 o^. ^©*oo©6fcoo */ if the Sons 



00 



of Light from all eternity have not been 
compounded, ib. 84. 8; fu-ao Jul&~>? o» i *?>s 
**o»cl»6]^d ib. 171. 37. 

)lJI^J!£> abs. st. of )fcL>l&*> col. 2254. the 
loins; ridges, too^^f fJ^-i their dorsal 
ridge, Dion, 226. 20. (Jfco&d ^a^ what? 
cut with a knife, Budge, Med. 584. 3. 



^flDCLUjJooJJ pr. n. m. A.M.B. iv. 296. 3. 
Perhaps a corruption of %ao 01*^09 Photinus, 
cf. ib. pen., ^odi^a^j 1. 15. 

^5JJ col. 2259. a liquid measure =150 
pints, )\x>i **©»ok*-»/ JL*-d );.**-«» f '^-^J^j 

Epiph. 4. 

tflDCu^u^jj Nabarnugios, native name of 
Peter the Iberian, Diosc. 59. 6, R.O.C. iii. 
251 n., 368, Pleroph. 19 n. 2, odcu^cuj^j 
Pet. Ib. 4. 11, 9. 1, oDa^^Qjo^u ib. n. 

l^U col. 2259. Delete caminus &c. it is 
puffs of smoke. Cf. a-s*XjJ1 venti adversi in 
contrarium flantes, Freytag. 

\p\j Neon, bp. of Selinus, Nbld. F. S. i. 
47 J * 75. Vara. %o)u Ieon, Mich. Syr. 316 n. 
Leon text. 



U*^J op Noventianus,he opposed Eustathius, 
Basil of Ancyra &c, at the Council of Rimini, 
Or. Xt. i. 90. 19. 

)u»»ftp> oo)u Diocaesaria in Isauria, i. q. 
Prakana, Nbld. F. S. i. 471. 76. Neocaesarea, 
De Goeje R. 65. 19 as Thes. col. 2259 infra 
and list in Mich. Syr. 316 No. 77. 

y*+U for ^+)j Nain, Sev. Ant. Hymns 47. 

\j\j Kane voc. form of ujooj)^ Nonnus col. 
226. Inscript. Sem. No. 14, Nbld. ZA. xxi. 
159. Cf. Nbld. Gr. § I44; prob. paws, vavvor, 
Heb. DUJ, D3J. 

Jjjoaoju see ]?^dcu. 

^o^|j Nestabus, bp. of Acre, Nbld. 
F. S. i. 468. 14, ^a.=>)4-a>J^ Mich. Syr. 
3*3 ». 15- 

Iql$\j a crocodile, Nest. Chrcst. 88. 47. 

I) d 2 



rt^Aoor^.1 



204 



A\xn.i 



J^a^ojjIj NiKoXalrai, Nicolaitans, Apoc. ii. 
6. 15 ed. Gwynn o fr » \ Q a j Bagat. and 
col. 2365. 

o>Jj, Jotj^ col. 2262. a mountain peak) 
a glen or ravine. Often pr. n. of monasteries 
and villages, ofjj a monastery in Jilu, Doc. 
Mon, 163. 23, 170. 27, 182. 2; J^3fL£ 
Jj^k*^? a district in Beit Zabde\ W. of the 
Tigris, near Gezirat Ibn Omar, B.O. iii. i. 
184, &c. = Hist. Mon. 7. 14, 61. 16, 99. 18. 
*#Ji£ o*)U or t*j^tjb is NE, of Mosul, in the 
diocese of Marga, ib. 368, ii. 632 f., Pers. 
Mart. 225. Also Nairab near Damascus and 
another near Aleppo, Z.A. xi. 210. sq. 

tfioaoilkj corr. *jooa-o»U> KapKos, an isle in 
the Bed Sea, Jac. Edes. Hex. xx. 7. 

v*-J3*)^ vdpKrj, the torpedo or electric ray, 

N. Hist. vii. 3. 3. 

«^u col. 2265. to emerge, burst forth *+*( 
)n^Vv-* ch&s.^V-i^ <^U JUt so that tlie plantation 
of the true vine should not flourish in the 
world, A. M. B. ii. 70. 9; Or. Xt. i. 341 n. 
Part. ^» ^ > ; ^» a ■> yOc* -1 \ ■% sacramental 
power sprang up in tlieir hearts, Hormizd 
1290. 

k^J a shoot, sprout, col, 2266. 1. 11 ff. 
correct »J*£jl> a flower for ±2* 5. A > Fraenk. 
WZKM. 1889. 242. C 

Jk^o^j col. 2266 infra. Delete; it is 
Jt'a^J* emergence. 

ar\ t Aph. ©*J>( to set in motion. Part. 
(J£*j£) But. Sap. Theol. 3. 2. 

)uJofr2kJ gram, active, of action. The long 
quotation from K. is out of BHGr. chap. 9, 
p. 46. One JtMj»r note is omitted : col. 2268. 
11 after kwL*,/ r add: Uiooj JLxia, ••Ju^d* 

)L'oofr^aS» f. causation, originality, ]L'oo*aJ& 
H|i U^LsoX Jio?aA.V ^ c^ But. Sap. 
Theol. 3. 2, 4. 1 infra. 



I 9 • Y 



^{o^j col. 2268 infra, pr. n. Nabuel. 
Add : name of Nadan's warder, Ahikar 66. 15, 
ZDMG. xlviii. 177. 

y?f Iqaj pr. n. Nebuzardan, Ahikar 49. 3, 6. 

JLaoclzu Nubian, )%**coq^j «♦*» Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 231. 9, but possibly Jl^floa^*. 

.. sf>^^ ^,1 go write for mJa m odcl^» pr. n. 
Nabu-semakh, Ahikar 52, 1, 8 &c. ZDMG. 
xlviii. 177. 

■ ■* « j^oaJ col. 2209 ult. a barking 
dog) a brawler, ref. BHGr. i. 40. 21. 

a»cua^> Neptune , col. 96 under .a»»o/. 

•^*^' for «cn«^» tlie ibis, Natur. 33. 10 bis. 

<*aj Aph. **&(to bring forth. N.B. ^£j( 
Ju?L «?U Jo*X( God caused breasts to bud 
forth on Adam, Yezidis 102. 12. JkJbo? 
)>ojf j^sootXii, * v^^y volcanoes, Matur 
47- 15- 

Jk**^CLaj» col. 2272. spiriting, bubbling 1 
put alum on hot metal ^j» JLa, ^-^ JL90 
o»t^^Q.^.^o Chimie 31. 20. 

)ILj col. 2273. 3) a narrow band or tie, 
JZj^fiof )1^j Jab. 481. 9 = Pers. Mart. n. 915* 

^^Ji^j or ^s*lo^^ Nabrbel or Nebroel, 
mother of Adam and Eve, Mich. Syr. 118 
col. 3 trad. 200; Cosmog. Manicheenne 42 
n. 3. So correct ^»|^oj Coupes ii. 130. 20. 

%flDO*^oji.au Iberian name of Peter, Pet. 
Ib. 29. 5. 

Apj col. 2274. \JLi&c£j lighting a candle. 
Metaph. fervency; add: BHGr. i. 50. 9; 
jailajo a^glls y«JjU ©»£^ we carry his 
body in procession with lights and salutations, 
Hormizd 3096. 

\hs*,l2u flame, blazing %ip, Jfc^I^j <**( U±r> 



OM»l-d y».V3 



the firefly shows as it were aflame of fire from 
its wings at the moment of its flight, Lexx. 
under l^*** col. 1559. 

h*~+lm ; -\Tko£> and t^>| 1 * \ ^ T^oip hotly, 
Pleroph. 30. 4. 

yl^a ;* > Pers. t.:.:^,A), o-iji a writing; 
sew«mce=^a*x»lkli deposition, A.M. B.ii. 569, 



Mar Kardag 66. 6, 90. io = ed. Abb. 77. 4, 
99. 14, Nold. ZDMG. xliv. 532. 

kJLJ Arab. c^Uo crystallized sugar, %Ju 
v^^o gourd sugar, Med. 559. 6. 

}hs2kj Arab. oLi a plant. Joaail? Jk^J 
seaweed, Med. 559. 2. 

^ col. 2275. 8. Delete and trs. ref. to 
<^-V> col. 2404, and see correction there. 

*^^ col. 2275. to dry up, become dry, 
intr. add : juXao? ^» U*-X k^=^ V Ephr. 
ed. Lamy iii. 319. ^X^ +o when it is dry, 
Chimie 16. 24. Pael ^x^j to dry, trans, 
add: Can. Jac. Edes. i. 13, %a^ dry it, 



)H 



a-^< 



Chimie 16. 6, 21. 1, 27. 15, 17, ,*~-^* 
^2k^j*>? desiccative drugs, Phil. 21 ; H^Jv> 
U099 it dries up rheum, Med. 237. 10. Pass, 
part. fern. Jfcc^^J [1 i-V a cloud ivhich has 
evaporated, Hunt, clxx, Hormizd 674. 

fes^jfccT-fc.^J col. 2276. an Indian fruit 
resembling the pomegranate, with fragrant 
flowers, refs. Med. 307. 15, 318. 3, 319. 7. 
It is good for the liver. I. q. k^aa^/. 

♦^ col. 2276. to drag. Ju*lx «-s^o ]t? 
he came, dragging the hyena, Pallad. 494. 1. 
o»Tk»v» LcLi* **^o recollected, opp. jJo*^ 
l^iLa^f wandering thoughts, Is. Nin. B. 129. 7. 
Ethpe. «wm col. 2278. 18 of par. to be 
forced, compelled, J^9o^9( yooopt v°r^^ J" 
LaofeJl^ they are not compelled to undertake 
guardianship, Syr. Rom. Rechtsb. 32. 9. 
Pa. +^> to beat, scourge. Metaph. add: *>^->? 
m>f 00^ o»i*^S he came to reproach that 
Arian, Pallad. 241. 11. Aph. j^c to draw, 
attract, the quotation from C.B. M. is found 
in Chimie 1. 8, 9, 11. Add: J>oj ^ao t^° 
mercury avoids, flees from fire, ib. 13. 16, 
pi. ^icwo ^»*^b 1. 15. 

J*W co ^ 22 7 0, scourging. Metaph. add : 
\Oo»_1Xj£>? J*^? their scathing reproaclies, 
Jo. Tell. 74. 1. 

)Lo*^ f. i. q. jLo?Q^ col. 2280. dragging 
)+*£!+ I^JLcL^io 1 ^ But. Sap. Eth. i. i. 

JLcij^fcoi f. being drawn up icuam^L 

of birds with long necks lifting up their 
heads when they drink, N. Hist. vii. 4. 1 infra. 



205 K'lO^l 

o*^ Aph. o^/ r col. 2282. Ettaph. o^JT?* 
for q*^1( to burst forth, )ua^ ©»4j7* Ephr. 
ed. Lamy iii. 589 = Ephr. Jos. 268. 4. 

JK* o^oj f. i. q. )©*^cu m. twilight, Evang. 
Mephar. Mark xiii. 35. 

Jok^Ii pi. Jok^Jd usually constr. st. v#o^Ja 
dawn, eve; [Isoiz* o» )©K^ai> BHGr. ii. 
1 01 ult. ni^ii>l wosLi dawn or eve of 
Monday —Sunday evening, Brev. Chald. ii. 64 
this is the heading of a service preceding 
that of |L\\ the night service. 

Jcn^Ja BHGr. i. 49. 11 given among 
examples of substantives with Zkapa on the 
second radical. 

K^J. JJ^cl» m. pi. Hist. Mon. i. 142. 6. 
Budge translates accents and thinks it is the 
same as Jf^cui* a kind of hymn, Thes. 2280. 

%^ col. 2283. Ethpa. ^^ir to be 

removed, ^;jiaIsJoo Uqa ^j*> ^X^fcs-i 

lt enleves des rues et ensevelis", Dion. 219. 17. 

^ col. 2284. impure, Arab, <j-wsnj, ref. 

o )jx»bOk. |>ltv> old oil which is cloudy, 

Med. 560. 17. 

^s^ to be depressed or hollow of the earth's 
surface, jscwisijo ci^t fco^f *& JfcsJLab 
Jac. Edes. Hex. viii. 8 opp. ^>,sX t*jj. 

Jj^^ m. a depression, hollow, a^^ )^s^ 
i^X \1+j 6( at the Creation the earth had 
no depressions nor protuberances, Jac. Edes. 
Hex. vi. 9, viii. 5. 

i^ col. 2284. 2) to do carpenters work. 
Metaph. ^k ^ U^fVo U*\*\, He framed 
us for heaven and earth, Sev. Ant. Horn. 
89. 11. Probably the Greek had a play on 
the words rem-aw a carpenter and rcKralvofiai to 
plan, devise. Aph. ^/ r add : to last, keep, 
«~^o?o JlL^i ju&Jkjla )m±~ the vineyard 
yielded manifold quantities of wine and of good 
keeping quality, Pet. Ib. 10 1. 21. 

J ,Q ^ col. 2286. m. patient, Jfd^ k©« 
J$d^l J^icLDo the patient mind and restraining 
modesty are not possessed by dumb animals, 
But. Sap. Philos. 6. 8 infra. BHGr. i. 139. 16 
on Prov. xxv. 11 has j*o^ twice for )?c^ 
chased silver. 



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206 



.1CU 



♦*S^> IU^ lasting. Of diseases chronic 
opp. l&^iu* sudden, acute, \l*^ JS)b Med. 
46. 15, 19, 139. 2, 3; Jl'^J Jt'iik c/tro?uc 
asthma, ib. 48. 19. 

jLo^^ f. duration, length of time. Add: 
U^f lo**^ ^Ae Zapse of time, Pallad. 11. 12. 

|u^c6 col. 2287. a sparrow, ref. B. H. 
Stories 73. 3, 5. 

Jlcui^jso f. carpentering, joinery, Laj;.^ao 
UZ>JL But. Sap. Theol. 3. 2. 

+Z. Jl»*-? col. 2290. abomination, add : 
i. : .i>v 1* RW.? K ^^ ^ 2/ ow ar6 engaged in 
abominable traffic, A.M.B. v. 96. 13. 

ks^ai^j i. q. fc^ark^ q. v. col. 2276 and 
Suppl. Med. 361. n, 369. 6. 

*^j to move, disturb .00^10^, iOj/^jJ 
yOo»J^3o? ^ao Dion. 151. 6. 

»«j Nadan, nephew to Ahikar, Ahikar 33 
ter, 38. 7. v w 1. n &c. ZDMG. xlviii. 
177 in loc. 

>Ij col. 2292. to vow, add: imper. $of ; 
U-o. loi-^ajk,? ]$fj fof vow a vow of purity 
of will, Chimie 1. 5. 

Jtfci m. cf, Arab.^jJ. collapse of a building, 
idic^o J>?cu> JfclsT anxiety as to the fall of 
a building, Hist. Mon. i. 271. 17. 

)o%j Ethpa. **o*jI/ i) see Jopi/. 2) write 
jJotfcsja from jb©» to be refreshed, invigorated, 
)6o» Jopfcoo Med. 9. 6 opp. (jLIs^ 11. 4 and 1. 

lop col. 2295. to disturb, agitate (so correct 
^LoJ) yo©*=» yJop? )^->i^v> Pallad. 726. 13. 
Ethpa. JchJV to be struck, wounded, (so 
correct for wopt/) j^too ^a lo^Uo **>tx 
fco^o Anecd. Syr. iii. 257. 10. 

]^»oJ col. 2295 infra. Pers. A-*.*li Old 
Pers., Anahita, goddess of the waters. See 

tflooJLsuoM, >jopo*\^»om Nephalios to whom 
Sev. Ant. addressed at least two discourses, 
Journ. As. 1907, 344. Cf. *tt*^]&*j col. 
2363 and ^-\ft^ Suppl. 

"^op see lop. 



fo^j col. 2295. JLoaoooiJ f. roaring, 
groaning, \\>c\\ )U*o>? JloaoooJ Op. Nest. 
94. 7. 

Uo*9op vcQcXtj, sublimed mercury, Chimie 
16. 9, 57. 12, 58. 9, JfcsA^oi» Uch9op 1. 10. 

JiJo>©»-j col, 2301. a rivulet, streamlet, 
synonym for J^a^/ DBB. 24. 13. PI. BA. 
under Jlofjo* col. 977. 

)LV.MoJfco2> col. 2305. enlightenment, add : 
for tXkaixyjns, A.M.B. v. 345. 5, io, Georg. 
Ar. 18. 1. 

^a^JoM oftener ic^ou Arab. jyrj-V 
Nehargur or Nehargul, a bpric. between 
Maisan and Ahwaz, Yakut. The official name 
was iLJol Eransahr 41, Syn. Or. 678; 33. 
24 sqq. ; Sassanidi 28. 16, 30. 6, ZDMG. 
xliii. 394. 5, 396. 8, 397. 8, 401. 8, 406. 10. 

yofjocu pi. m. o«3<u perh. miswriting of 
Nomads? Name of a Christian people, Doc. 
Mon. 132. 21, 272. 13. 

^oto^^cu col. 2306. 3 af. Delete ; it is 
3 p. sing. fut. Aph. of ♦.:>/ to destroy and 
occurs in a colophon warning against ill-use 
of the MS. 

d^aad* corrupt for 8tdpo\os, gloss \x^£o, 
Hormizd 1492. 

«ttQ^^i*daj Novinianus, Bp. of Jerusalem, 
Cone. Eph., Dion. Ined. 67. 14. 

^ai>cu Nubkar, daughter of a Governor of 
Alexandria, Hist. B.V. M. 126. 21. 



JfcLoJ Heb. njj pasture. oO^iJLS oȣx 
©♦kllois •JL^t v*o»osjaio Hi 8 wild beasts find 
food on His earth and His flocks on H^ s 
pastures, Jac. Sar. Horn. iii. 100. 14. 

jo*, J col. 2308. )t*J yoo^iio? )oso&*> 

l ^ ^vso kwOo» the stains which I abhor and 
am ashamed of, Act. S. Maris 74. 12. Abbeloos 
thinks the part. Ji-J should be corrected J«J 
from fj to abhor; if so three passages from 
Ephr. Syr. 11. 20-22 of par. c.c. ^J» should 
also be transferred to ♦J. Palpel t-J«-J to shake 
\C %m -\ <J»L>? Jb^> such an earthquake as will 
shake buildings, Sev. Lett. 383. 22. 



rfiOJ 



207 



K^OCU 



)?cl-j col. 2310. a trembling, quaking. 
Add: for o-eiafAo? Apoc. viii. 5, xvi. 18 ed. 
Gwynn and so Gwynn reads for J>o*eu ib. 
vi. 12 (Bagst. ]j»f) and for j»cu xi. 19. 
Bagster has \^Lol in these three places. 

i-JjaJ earthquake, Nars. ed. Ming. i. 
221, 19. 

Jjfoioj Pers. j\* *J Nohodares. Commander, 
governor, *cl*,j Jifotcu^to Wait, Governor of 
Sura, Nold. on Pognon's Inscript. Sera. Z.A. 
xx ^ ! 53 sq. In But. Sap. it must mean 
champion t^}fo^\> (Xij.&.io uii^ j*?©»cu 
im^v Jia_» ^-^>o j^o^J^ ^|u^w the 
champion offers single combat to the warrior 
ranks and scorns death, Theol. 5» *■ 

)£?o»clj fcv^ col. 2310. end of par., add: 
yijotoj fc*^ Or. Xt. ii. 302. 2, 8. House of 
the Nohodar, Pers. Mart. 209. 

ju)fo»cu inhab. of )>?o»cu fcs-J>, Syn. Or. 
44. 24, ZDMG. xliii. 396 ult., pi. Isoyahb 

Jcu col. 2310. Aph. iSij(to spurn, Hormizd 
1 735 with gloss &-^>* 

m.cu, mJ col. 2310 ff. Ethpe. w*jI/ for 
w^jl/ to be at rest, to keep calm, +of oo» ^? 
fco/ U~ i**jii k*j/ Us Sev. Ant. Hymns 255, 
cf. Jes. xxx. 15 yokLwJlUo yol^-aL? Jj© 
ycuajiiit. Aph. u**j( add : to cause to rest, 
to cause to recline or sit down \ Jlio^uo ^Aji, 
yQj( w*o{? >V-d ^0 Jesus, after He had told 
them to sit down, took a towel, Ephr. ed. Lamy 

i. 391. 10 on John xiii. 4. wjsXninN \j( y«>iv 
loK*>? l»)^\-> / have let my discourse find 
rest in the haven of silence, Pallad. 343. 14. 
To obtain a favour, to persuade, with fut. 
? ^co)J w«^J( ib. 496. 6; 40. 19. Part, with 
^£, "Vi. s~+xx> pleased with, Ephr. Ref. 
i. 178. 7. 

\JLqu col. 2315. rest, cessation, add: con- 
clusion, end, Jo*cl> \aa* ^jI [*+$ [jot this 
chapter now concludes, Bar Sal. in Lit. 
45- 13- 

)u*»cu Noachian, \1L£j Jltaj the Noachian 
era, time of Noah, Warda 37 v. 



1, \Lj, ))U**J col. 2315. gentle, quiet. 
Add; J]^a**j ))S-M fievre legere, slight fever 
opp. Jk^a^i** Hippoc. iv. 37. 

o!*uJ, JLcwj col. 2316. PI. J*^? )U^.y 
recreations, 2>leasures of the body, Pallad. 
734- 3- 

),i<l»i x> col. 2317. adj. soothing, jiocui** ©»^j 
oo» oa-oao f ^^o )^o»i\ Ephr. Ref. i. 
2. 23. 

Jl Vfu »»l v > col. 2318. Add: solace, relief 
l+j? too*,* Jldju~xaDo (ww^cc/ |l^»cia Sev. 
Lett. 156. 19, 157. 15. 

tfcu Ethpa. ^qjI/ denom. from J^aj vqvttjs, 
to navigate, |u9o^ ^cuirTekkaf 123. 

yQJlfcsdD^CLi qu. No)ro(T^r;y ] Notostanus, 
Bp. of Tamasus, Nold. F. S. i. 472. 80 but 
Mich. Syr. has Tichon, trad. 316, supplied, 
nothing in the text, p. 160. 

JLoo-T a flower plot, garden bed, *J>0j 
[IjLqla, wf«-ooo U>.iv violet beds and rows 
of lilies, Greg. Cyprus 42 a. 

uoaj Nochanor, a bpric. in Asia or Caria, 
De Goeje B. 65 ult. 

^flftffloqj prob. corruption of some deriv. 
from j£qj to forge, cast, 0/ l^o»»? |usmooj 
Joc^od? forged or molten linages, Spic. Syr. 
26. 24. 

anchorite, A.M.B. i. 484. 3 af. 

l^^-.t ^ col. 2319. the life of an anchorite, 
Hist. Mon. i. 25. 8, 33 ult. 

^cu, "^J col. 2320. jlocu misery, \Sl* 
y x *»ft ^9-^? A.M.B. ii. 146. 

Ma_j add : w^a^f JJcu» a spider s web, 
cobweb, Anecd. Syr. iii. 109. 12. 

Ju^cJ from Vcu a web. Metaph. ch^qj 
jla^xfioj^ tlie interweaving of tlie assumption 
of human nature by Our Lord, Nold. F. S. 
i. 477. Perh. correct ofJ^wcoo perfection. 

P£^-j vow, gangrene, col. 2322. Add: 
with final ^j, .cll^ ^00 oj |ujgu BH. in 
2 Tim. ii. 17. 

Ugaj pofxos, rule, usage Jfcoo? ycuo*»fco 
V*oko^^ jbsocLio they should assign a place 



r^usacu 



208 



1W* 



and rules for the combat, Dion. Ined. 64. 14; 
Jt^f Jj»oj Isoyabh 75. 6, 125. 22 = Hist. 
Mon. ii. 133. 7 af. Cf. ^ooci^u. 

)J^x>aj Nomads, Chron. Min. 356. 2. 

j^&m^oocLJ popto-fjia, a coin worth rather 
more than half a dinar, for 100 );.»( equal 
one |«JU? but 60 J*W make one joamoocu 
Epiph. 2. 

Jl'cLiX^CLj col. 2323. Add: |jAaci>« ■> 
JUcLOOoajf 6y just reckoning, Poet. Syn. 41 
Syr. 10. 

yOiJjocu* col. 2324 a cohort, Kef. Ju*-* 
yOt^ocu? Pallad. 559 pen., A.M.B. vii. 618. 

^hjqj corr. »«,ajcu Jonachir = Joachim, 
father of the B. V. M. Journ. As. 1906, 
283. 10. 

*a>oj, «mi col. 2325. Delete and transpose 
quotation to »mj col. 2387. Jicux4j is more 
probable than JLooooju. 

*£o2J denom. verb from Udqj. To enshrine, 
Hormizd 278. 

JgcocJ vaos, col. 3225. Add: an idol, w^oo/ 

S. Maris 65. 9. A shrine, chapel, JL»a«i 
jk**&j? a chapel with sepulchral monuments, 
Jul. 222. 27. 

)oxcciiv> m. the maker of a shrine, ^000.1.^0 
Hormizd 290. 

IlLcdqjK.^ that which is to be enshrined, 
Hormizd 281, 290. 

JjijQDOj col. 2326. Zend nawa sardi = 
Pers. jj ; y New Year, the rising of Sirius in 
July, F. Miiller, WZKM. 366; ji*JI )?^dcu 
El. Nis. 51. 59. 

^»t?ta»aj from the preceding. Pers, Mart, 
n. 523, Tabari 407 nn. 2, 3, Lag. Arm. Stud, 
iii. 1 60 1. The first day of Summer, kept on 
the seventh Sunday after Whit-Sunday, the 
Festival of the Twelve Apostles is held on 
this day. 

Aqj, £u to start, shy as a horse, Ua>oo> 
a-&_>? note to Hormizd 3174. Ethpalpal 
aJLa-jI/ to be moved with compassion, 
Tekkaf 122. 



JwLoaJ pi. uxl-L^clj constr. st. Jli>d-> by 
metathesis for Jlloio/ an ounce, J^.ocu Chimie 
28. 8, 9, 29. 12, 32. 9; pi. ^d'qj ib. 34. 21; 
jLjacLi? o^^d Med. 163. 7, %J>qj ib. 148. 15, 
uaolboj ib. 147. 8, 10, 11 but >ajo( 1. 19. 

wcojj^ocu var. ^oof)^ocu Nv*Td8«r, people 
of the night, Jac. Edes. Hex. xxxii. n. 

feu col. 2 3 2 8. to be alarmed, stricken with fear, 
\)£.\j+Zz> 00©* ^JoLso Nest. Herac. 502. 9. 

tcu, ^j col. 2329. Part. f. pi. llw irokiut, 
grey hairs, Hex. Hos. vii. 9 Pesh. )L»'cw. 

feu, Jfoj col. 2303 1. 23 of par. add: 
]>cu j^o to TTvpdov, the part of the altar where 
fire is made, Hex. Ex. xxvii. 3, Pesh. 
Jj£>;^3. Jloi'cu fcw^ temples of fire-worship, 
Hist. Mon. i. 262, Mar Kardag ed. Ab. 16. 3, 
62. 7. 

JLWj col. 2304. f. 1) a blossom, BH. de 
PI. w. 1. 2) arsenic, Chimie 4. 7, 38. 1, 
42. 22. Synon. parpaxiov ib. 7. 11 h. Arab. 
a ».j a depilatory composed of quick-lime 
tmd arsenic, DBB. 298 pen. and ult. 

*m-oo 6^6 if qj Xvpa kol xpfy^i a fish Sciaena 
nigra, N. Hist. vii. 2. 3, see Arist. Zoology 
535 b 17. 

U,cJ col. 2330. Arab. JL*)\j a sepulchre, 
tomb, Ephr. Ref. i. 72. 35, 73. 1. 

ffjkitCLi col. 2330. sal ammoniac, Chimie 
36. 15, 40. 12 &c, Z. A. xii. 158. 5; 9^Loj 
Med. 555 ult; oftener written fo^icu/'. 

?«^Jj Pers. prob. Yazdgerd, King of the 
Sabaeans, U*a>* )hV\p ?*4a>*j Ephr. in Magos, 
Q. Busauie 64 b 10. 

^Jb col. 2331. Ethpa.^Juir to be shaken, 
rocked, \jb\UL* v o<h1^o fcsXjJir .U>*/ Sev. 
Ant. Hymns 258. 

90«jJLj, >©?Jj var. JojJL Yazdod, one of 
three messengers sent by Nimrod to Balaam, 
Schatzh. 178. 13. 

$U col. 2332. Add : *j*o tOoitcu ofJU the 
gods have preserved their altar^re from 
pollution, Jul. 52. 15. Part. ;-U consecrated 
for special service, Religion of the Semites, 
Robertson Smith 1. 463, \++U) v oo»k*-i^ 
wfcsX^ — 4*6o» Is. Ant. i. 212. 7. 



•njjii 



AmJ col. 2334. Pa. c**o to render lean, to 
emaciate, ot&aZS JLaa^i JJ Pallad. 90. 15 
= A.M.B. v. 119. 3. 

IcLmJ meagre, scanty, E.-Syr. voc. *Ji*\ ^ - ™ 
i^j-j Pallad. no. 14. 

ooj-J, IoclLJ meagre, barren, add: J^**d 
Uq^jo [mIs^ Jac. Edes. Hex. xlii. 5; JL. 
t*»^ip )ry*o IoclmJ ib. 14. 

J^^>clmJ meagrely, sparingly, Med. 38. 20. 

JIclscuJ two MSS. have this E.-Syr. voc, 
two have lioaw ; leanness, A.M.B. v. 63. 8, 
Pallad. 48. 3. 

"^-j col. 2335. Nechel, add : a village in 
Arzun yOln, Chast. 13. 5, 7, a monastery 
near Nechel, ib. 8. 19, 13. 1. 

\ ■« S> ** ? surname, of the valley or of the 
monastery of Nechel, K^.^^ +ju» o-» «j» 
Charms 30. 20. 

^JLj col. 2336. Ethpe.^JjLr^o be sifted ; 
metaph. jLi.^o|b ^~j£oo Ephr. ed. Lamy 
iii. 143. 

]&^aL& f. a sieve, pi. Jfc^cuoc, Pallad. 
631. 4, 11, 15. 

)fcs\~ v> a sieve, a tammy, j^V-^-^ ^cu* 
Chimie 16, 12, J^^co? Jk^yi ib. 53. 10. 

jkLj col. 2237. Ethpa. y£)U to be raised, 
revived, jk.iiqu ^a..^Jko£> jn.\v»f ) ±r\ cr\ *s 
jlaioof Titus thought that the courage of the 
distressed fighters would be revived by expecta- 
tion of the emperor, Josephus vi. 7. 3. 

jkUuJ col. 2339. the tonsils, sing. Med. 

166. 3. pi. ^> ir^j rr ^' ? )&*«£*. 

Jts..iLu»j ib. 59. 2 ; )^*»l^i fcui^ napio-OfJLia, 
Hippoc. iii. 25. 

&JL> act. part. m. &2j, ^ g m.! f. I^SuJ, 
^a^o barefoot, ^*scu#Lo ^*2uL>o ^Jl^o Dion. 
15, 5, ^2uoo ^ ~*\*o ^iao ib. 160. 11. 
Aph. &2j( to go unshod, fut. %^U U,ols2> 
A<? shall wander barefoot, Jac. Sar. Horn. 
ii. 48. 

♦**j col. 2339 ult., pen. Delete. Correct 
JUcuJ pi. JL'x*#cu f. the knobs or thick top of the 
shin-bone\ ellipt. for Jufiui? Jlfcu-J. Cf. 



209 K'&Aui^O 

Neo-Syr. U*,f Ji-w*j. In Tripoli it is called 

vJ O — 

jjL-JI ~^i>. and in ancient Arabic ^jLJl . kg 
Schulthess Z. A. xix. 128. For avriKvi^iov, 
oiftcuJ *JL*4)-7 Ens. H. E. 292. 6. PI. 
^ .».«* * - ^J»/ o*l^**cu hi 8 shins were grazed, 



Jo. Eph. 210. 9. 

]»*~j ^e hollow of the shin-bone into which 
the patella fits, ©fO*oj> ;*^*j? Jj^cia, BH. in 
2 Cor. xii. 7. 2 T A<? Aead of the Nile flood, 



oot 



^ 



:^ 



■j'fcoo %.».\ o ^-s ** 



otOj. * *»■!"> 



Pallad. 422. 11 

\1U^j hollow, concave, )\^+i+*+j Uoo^f l» 
JI^cul9 ]&jau convexity Qio.^'^w) occurs 
when an outer stirface is contingent on concave 
matter, But. Sap. Philos. 8. 2. 

\*Lj brass, col. 2341. Add: \LLj} )%j^Lo 
brass filings, Med. 82. 20, 91. 19; **■&*? 
oxide of copper, Chimie 3. 1 ; Jtoa-i 
id. Med. 60. 12, 13, 292. 22, 570. 12, 
U^i> ib. 63. 15, 64. 19, 21. 



Nahash, name of the mother of David, 
Journ. As. 1906, 283. 8. 

^•»> name of an angel who went before 
Primal Man in his combat with evil. Greek 
2T«f)avo<f)6i)os } Cosmog. Manicheennes 17 n. 4. 

yO; ; * ». 1 place-name, Nahshirwan, M.Z. 
191. 9, 195. 17, Chast. 38. 15. 

)Loi*A*J col. 2343. the chase, (sic) )lo;^-j 
^*m.) Ju^o |^o BHGr. i. 24. 21. Metaph. 
persecution, JLo^a^f |^a^/ Mar Bassus 190. 

fcwL> col. 2343. Add : to come forth from 
the womb o^Lo..^ I^J Med. 593. 17. To go 
doivn a list, Philox. 59, 14. 

JfcL-J col. 2345. descent. )I^*j )fop — J^-j 
^^ an oppressor left the city and at his 
going down = away, trouble ceased, Dion. 
125. 2. 

JfcL*.i col. 2346. abatement of disease, opp. 
)5<£x, Med. 81. 1. 

It'kJoo descent. \JLmZ* jL'l^l& sunset, 
Georg. Ar. 19. 10, 20. 12 ; shrinking, subsidence 
of a swelling, Med. 161. 14, 21. 

e e 



r^iouxiiutn 



)LjfcL**Jfco2> condescendingly, courteously, 
JfcL^fcLi*Jfco© L-l»o/ "la vote de la con- 
descendance" Syn. Or. 250. 9. 

Jja-^J usually Jt^Q-J vordpios, a notary, 
public secretary, J»a^j? [*->* protonotary, 
Syn. ii. Eph. 12. 26. Apparently a popular 
etymology. Cf. R. O.C. vii. 19. 

sa+^j col. 2348. H^J a gleam, ray \J^J 
Jj«jx^*> Juoo* ^so ^^oI^aJjo? But. Sap. 
Theol. 4. 8. Metaph. sign, indication ^mj) 

Jab. 9. 9, |oo»? I^^J ib. 132. 1. 

JLL^j striking, falling of liglit on any object, 
.o©M>i? U^ ^° Ihomo )j^X " rencontre " , 
<A« glancing of the eye upon an illuminated 
object, Ephr. Ref. ii. 42. 33. 

^^j. ^a^J, JL*-^j col. 2349. heavy, 
J&CNa.^J )ls-J-i heavy slumber, G. Busame 
11. 14. 

JL^J Arab. JJAJ, J-k^J cf. Talm. xb& 
a) a weight = 2 staters, 12 mithkals or 1^ oz. 
Nold. sec. Gottheil. b) a measure, half -pint, 
.cu/ J*-* )l^JiAi-v>o JL^> Chimie 69. 15; 

]L*.L v 6o>^ Op. Nest. 88. 5. A JI^J equals 

5 spoonfuls, a spoonful equals 2 mithkals. 

The numerical signs in the glosses to JL^j are 

^5 and JL 2, Gottheil ZDMG. xliii. 123; 

Med. 393. 16. 

y * *■> 

A^j col. 2351. Aph. *a^( add: with o 

to apply by drops, to let drop, ^*op ^( 

JAOS. xx. 195. 4, ii, 13, Med. 101. 20, 

560. 1, 9. 

Jfc^a^ pi. ^Scx^ f. a drop. Nold. derives 
this word from oa^j, Gr. § 105 ; BarthZDMG. 
xli. 613. 

]A^j Add : Convent of the Drop i.e. where 
water drops from the roof of the cavern ; this 
monastery is hewn in the rocks near Mardin, 
Mar Benj. 85. 6, R. O.C. ii. 263 n. 

JfcLa^j f. Althaea ficifolia or officinalis, 
Ar. PflnN. 360, Med. 58. 10, 139. 16, 315. 20, 
316. 21 i.q. Jfcl&£j*> ib. 590. 15. 



210 — J^- 1 

)fc^3cL^i in the Lexx. a drop, ]V»*9 0^*20 
JLttjuao? Natur 64. 9. 

JLfcufcQL iaaAjHD a-rpayyovpia, strangury, 
Hippoc. iii. 15, 21, 30, iv. 80 &c. 

Jk^aJLsa Delete art. It is done under v> 
col. 2079. I.q. Jl£a.£j. 

t-^-j col. 2353. to keep. N. B. ^-£00 
]j( i^j lAoi \Jo( U>.j.y> / keep within 
lloese walls for Christ's sake, Pallad. 154. 5. 
Add under 2) with )ȣ*, to keep faith, be true, 
faithful with ^ of the pers., Pallad. 283. 17- 
Under 4) U*^. +^-> the serpent bided its 
time, watched for an opportunity, Thes. 
col. 4 pen. ; ; ^nI» ^» ^J — )^mX thieves 
watched for his passing, Hist. Mon. i. 168. 9. 
Act. part, in composition, add : JLuaofos +^J 
a bishop's successor, Journ. As. 1906, 68 med., 
69. 8. Cf. Maclean Diet. Vernacular Syr. 
Pass. part. +*&j, pi. m. ^_*i_»^j yOo» > I * *> *> 
self-sustaining, Nest. Herac. 414. 3. Aph. 
i£( add : y+£( e'y^ a€ ^pw^t Apoe. iii. 10 ed. 
Gwynn «*^L \j( i^J Bagst. 

Jlofo^j keeping, guarding. \L}T io»a^-> 
preservation of the species, But. Sap. Eth. 
1. 5 infr., ]yo.">\ ioio^j keeping back corn, 
ib. Econ. i. 2. 

ju£^& m. pi. ll»^a guards, U^o jp^J5( 
)L^fl , ^^. Dion. 52 ult. So correct for 
JJ^*& Jab. 471. 8. 

«o^» usually \0^aj col. 2360. natron f 
tfl-y>qflp v *-^ Chimie 11. 20. 

J^»»^JLj, )^»9|l^aj Nr}yddt(3a t an island near 
Ceylon, Jac. Edes. xx. 9, Naya8t/3a, PtoL 
vii. 4, § 13. 

}A - .■ col. 2359. a canine tooth. kvpoSovs, 
Hippoc. iii. 24, \£J **£«^» of lions, Pallad. 
250. 7. 

Kl-w tusked, Jul* ^^1/ — )^I14o JL'o^** 
tusked animals have teeth showing outwards, 
N. Hist. vii. 6. 3. 

yi<^J col. 2359 ult., i.q. yl^" col. 2288 
med. Najran in S. Arabia, Sev. Ant. Hymns 
154 tit., 613 ; apparently a Byzantine centre 
of government, sixth cent., Barhad. 388. io» 



.tlGCOxl 



211 



itSll 



$jza 



Nars. ed. Ming. 36. 10. Spelt ^k^ add : 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 232. 17, 236. 7; ^**^ ib. 
235. 9; yC^-J? )?om» Brev. Ant. Kal. 
27 b 12. 

»JOot*J Nt(f)a6vavda Ptol., JJjL^J 60 kil. S. of 
Hamadan, Syn. Or. 678; ref. ib. 603. 8. 

«md( 9 00*^*0 cuj vvKTiKopa.%, the screech-owl. 
Low ZDMG. xli. 363 pjJI. 

jidJLJ (Il^ooo) prob. corr. UoJLj spear- 
shaped, a comet, Med. 550. 19. 

]>JLo col. 2360. a scimitar, A.M.B. ii. 273 
var. )v\j. 

c\ ,-yllfr i V-^-j viTpov Xtnos, scales of nitre, 
Chimie 58. 4. See *a^Jlcuo^p. 

JJLjot^i nitric, N. Hist. vi. 42 ; e»*ao( 
ju»&».aa |Cja^ )1^Jo^>j nitric substances are 
soluble in water, ib. vi. 4. 2. 

JL» and USQ^W col. 2361. fxdXaypa NeiXou, 

AYZe plaster, ^j-^Jujlj uJ^jo ujLt Galen, ed. 
Kiihn xiii. 181, Low ZDMG. xli. 360. 

Iu^AaJ "plaster" Budge *Jtt )^vu,> **fc%-»( ' 
JfcW Med. 574. 5. 

Jujuj col. 2362. 2) ofifjLi, an umbelliferous 
plant, Med. 99. 3, 161. 7, 19, 214. 8, ^*) 
JUL* ib. 361. 4, 393. 9. A spice, Ar. PflnN. 
260. 261. 

[Li*j Neo-Syr. for Ju»*jj = |l*jl» mint, Med. 
83 ult. It is the Arabic »1js>JL>. 

^.\o^i pr.n.m. N*?<£d\ioy, Nephaleos= sober, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 231. 9. 

kfioi)iiLj col. 2365. See fcfiooid&AJ. 

«aL»jjxo Nucaipov, Nicene silver or copper, 
Chimie 233 n. 4, 236 11. 2, yca.a*j ib. 42. 5, 

\S\L*C\*.t 1. 15. 

tD0O9?aJ^-> viKvBpos, that which conquers 
water. A stone to which curious qualities 
are attributed, Chimie 9. 3. I. q. Thracian 
stone trans. 17. 1 n. 1. Cf. Diosc. v. cxlvi. 

UUicuLo Nicomedian, Jfcs**«*c»ciii*j I^aq-o 

the pint of Nicomedia equalled 20 oz., Epiph. 
5- 15- 

\ ' * &* ft . «{• Jofco) the Nicomachean 
Ethics, But. Sap. Eth. 3. 4- 



Juxuj col. 2365. Nicias, Bp. of Laodicea, 
add: Sev. Lett. 42. 4, id. Vit. 325. 2, (j^oj 
ib. 319. 6, 320. 2 ; j»cu)Lft*j ib. 321. 6, 
jttcucw ib. 320. 9. 

fcflo a »fl u' col. 2365. place-name Arab.^^Jij, 
NuctoOy or Peschati, now Ibschadj, about 
4 kil. E. of the Canopic branch of the Nile, 
Araelineau 277 ff. 

yaio*j, . clLaAaj : see ycuuJuaAj. 

i*j y )U* col. 2366. a yoke |ux**/ ]i*j *jk,ofcoL 
(vyofiaxia, bickering between brothers, Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 103. 11, 12. 

jlaJ, JLLj col. 2367. Add under 3) category, 
• *^N ^fioo »~*»*y *-.»i^k ,^.oo»» ^-*c*-^o 
Pallad. 218. 20; Joot ^3^1 t^uiLj \as Ae Aad 



tried in every way, ib. 285. 17. 

Arab. .yL^J Nishapar in Khorasan, 



Syn. Or. 619. 10. Cf. jcl^Ij 

)laj col. 2368. Pa. u^jj £o injure, w,a.»7 Jl 

t*0»OuO-JLJ? 0/ wO*CU,*OQjJ JfCU Apis 94 11. 15. 

Ucia.i, JfcL»CLaJ obnoxious. )lo I i.nt\Na^^o 

JLcu^Jf w*o* )l^*aaj perseverance is hateful to 
the young, BH. Stories 24. 145. 

jJiaJ Pers. iU.s>*i Nekhivar, a family name 
or title, Hist. Mon. i. 248. 18, M.Z. 212. 12 
transl. ii. 261 n. iajxj ancestor of the 
^-^q r\ j race, Marquart ZDMG. xlix. 
644 med. 

^-^JQ-a-J from f{cLaJ 6 Naxopaydv, the 
Nikhurgan or Nachwergan, a racial name 
= title, Tabari 152 n. 2, 347; Pers. Mart. 
250; )ioL.fk\.v>^ )^ .«>* *■ ^jfQja-j Sassanidi 
11. 19. 22; Mar Kardag 80. 12, 81. 1, 8, 
Syn. Or. 526. 26, 529. 21. 

^aj col. 2371. Aph.^3( to be of opinion, 
to suspect, ^ii 0/ ^o/^ +j} Jl But. Sap. 
Theol. 4. 6; JjL^dU? <h£^? Ji ^H 
Hist. Mon. i. 102. 13. 

fc^UfcL^ojaJ cunningly, craftily, Nest. 
Herac. 451. 4. 

[W*n^ with U^J or JLJ. subconscious 
reasoning = instinct, given (wrongly) with 
ref. undergo, col. 1734. 

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212 



QQl 



llcii^,^ v> cols. 2273 an ^ 1 734- suspicion, 
)lai\n.v> k^**i Sev. Lett. 22. 10; 64 ult., 
ucto^v ch^S loo* fl& )lVn\^v> he felt some 
suspicion concerning him, Jab. 442. 4. 

jJlx^La-va cf. Arab. JJliv-*, with JLJH the 
imaginative faculty, N. Hist. viii. 3. 1, 5. 

i^j col. 2378. to repudiate. Ethpa. ;ajL( 
to be disowned, repudiated) ^-a-j^-J J*-^* 
G. Busame 7 b 19. 

<*»»aj col. 2379. to alienate, excommunicate. 
Add : c*J-^-^;~z> )* ^ 1 ^ strange in mind, 
Pal lad. 72. 8. To expel, wiaJo +,1& the Bp. 
expelled and excommunicated two monks, ib. 
576. 18, 23; 577. 7. 

lllrJ, )al;aj col. 2381. obsolete forms; 
ILwJ 6/ Jil^J ^Ifcoo II BHGr. i. 38. 3. 

kwiCsoj col. 2380. as a stranger, outsider, 
opp. ^-»(l^.-A-i intimately, Jac. Edes. on 
Arist. 27. 

Jl'cutocu col. 2381. 10 of par. a strange 
thing, Jicwocu )ia3ofifn»9>t? joVaocL*, t^N> 
Hist. Mon. ii. 105. 6. 

]Lo^»Idaj see under qj. 

oqj. \**2) col. 2381. Delete par. It is 
\JLaj hammered in. 

fcJu. )&Scu emph. st. JlVoaj col. 2382. 
Delete metaph. &c. and add : gnawing pain, 
JuaLX>cL^jol? JfcLocu Med. 15. 3; ]L%-oclj 
U»;Of cJpoclSl^ ib. 73. 7 ; pi. ib. 44. 20, 
290. 19. A bite, Kq4 )>.?>\o» JL'&Joj Med. 
5o. 3. 

JL'ojxJ col. 2383. i. add; a biter, )y ^ o> 
jloajo mac? efo^s ano£ biters, Ephr. Ref. i. 
30. 41. 

UisAJjjD griping, gnawing, \j)^1^£> JsJd 
JIodIo Med. 21. 16. 

.o>)u50-j col. 2383. corrupt for »o;3Dcu> 
vovficpov, a cohort, Fraenk. WZKM. vii. 78. 

)Jjr C L>ft » lawful, rightful, [a^j u^ajsu 
aurm>o/xo9, Manicheisme 114. 8. J^aj»qj^j 
*&iu? ensuing resolutions, Sev. Lett. 179 ult. 



it 






col. 2384. inf. lawfulness. AVith 



Jl injustice, Sev. Ant. Horn. 28. 8. Icuxpcfvvi^? 
<V\i> ^ V Jut{? wo» > o Nnrw ooo» one who 
taking his own will for law, does whatever 



comes into his mind, Sev. Lett. 209. 2 ; 
yOcH^-JL^j in » no xv.it> propria jure, self- 
authorized, Bar Sal. in Lit. 49. 25. 26. 

uaocuaoci v> > pr. n.m. Nemesios of Emesa, 
Tim. i. ed. Braun 10. 

Y vim> v>> vofXLo-fxa, a coin Epiph. 2 under 

Juvlku col. 2385. the ichneumon. [c&x\* 
t^^jji El. Nis. 43. 75. 

Jifi v> > Pehlevi namak, Pers. »^U a firman, 
deed, Hippoc. trad. iv. 4 J«jOcuk,> Jl^j Jq.n&j 
forged deeds, Syn. Or. 142. 24. Cf. ^0,00.1 
col. 2385. end of par. 

JtsoJ col. 2386. \JJixsJ pardine, tigerish, 
jkJL>£jjcu yiuLL felidae. S. Dan. 64 r 10. 

^►{i^xi pr.n.f. see 4 ^*!^^. 

?o;-Va 7 col. 2386. Nimrod. Ulio^nJ 
descended from Nimrod, \^}o^£u \**i^** Mar 
Kardag ed. Abb. 11 n., Hormizd 625. 

|u*o«jaj m. pi. a Scythian race in the armies 
of God and Magog, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 19. 

q,j)lJ»vi j (cf. Nofiatoi, ancient name of 
Scythians) m. pi. inhabitants of the seventh 
or Northern clime, Poet, Syr. 46. 5. 

uqj col. 2387. Nanai, a goddess, Pers. 
Mart. 21, 29, 49, HofFm. collects allusions to 
her, ib. 130 f., 134-139, 151-161. 

9^1*aXj Nanestar, a district to the east of 
Babylon, birthplace of S. George, Pers. Mart. 
92, f. and n. 831. 

\Lu or \Lu for |l>ulJ mint; |^9o*o l#JuJ 
Hist. Mon. i. 159. 12, 338. 12 = ii. 322 n., 
Med. 568. 19, 20, 575, 21 ult. Nbld. Lit. 
Centralblatt, Dec. 1893, 1752. 

JJLd for jbLij mint, Med. 138. 14, 238. 6. 

]Aij for \^Llj mint, Med. 579. 19. 

V^u col. 2387. mint, Ar.PflnN. 259, ref. 
Med, 159. 23. Misspellings are frequent. 

»mj col. 2387. Ethpe. *n\ck1lj to be taken 
ill, S. George drank poison twice ,mm)l( J}° 
and was unharmed, G. Warda ed. A. Deutsch. 
32 1. 



oaifioi 



213 



JT^ 



J, |^ja&J add : debilitating, \ i nti .^ rr> 
ltt\*mt {2>[z£± Nars. ed. Ming. ii. 232. 9. 
Temperate, moderate, f*-& ^so ^_*> l--^-*- 

Rylands MS. 44. 36. 

\ **•* * Pa. u.mj col. 2389. Pass. part. 
umLv» tried, proved of a prescription, Med. 
56. 14. L. ir. [.I rni^i [i^ m*** declared 
lepers, see Hallier Edess. Chronik and Ephr. 
ed. Overbeck 203. 25. Ethpa. **mjL/ to 
experience, have experience of, )lo 1 »» . 1 v> — 
yO^auLi?, Sev. Lett. 293. 18. 

vcaJHooj corr. im-J>*** lo-ans, I satis tinctoria, 
icoad, with gloss [\xo, Chimie 7. 15. 

*-*£i col. 2392. inf. ojnri v^ Xafalv, Apoc # 
v. 12, vi. 4 ed. Gwynn c^xk^X Bagst. With 
nouns : [ 1 1.nrt..i k-Ani 7 / have experienced, 
made observation, Jul. 21. 1. With preps. 
|»'tL*> \ &( \p ^>ftv «•* ■* *•*- decide among 
yourselves, Bar Sud. 40. 14. Ethpe. &JLA( 
add : o>mjto> c^j^-ao evalperos, easily caught 
opp. omjfej? - ft ~* v dvaalpcTos, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
240. 6, 7. 

j-^nfi v> receiving, fcw^ ^oop " jl'MinNo " 

BH. on Philippians iv. 15. 

JiJLttJfeott taken, assumed, ref. omJU? *+( 
Uicojk^i Nest. Herac. 289. 19 ; ^0? ^cu** 
UAmjJ^J& Jesus Who takes mcr substance, 
Hormizd 279. 

)r<v.i A n\ jIs-& receptivity ; assumption, 
Isoyahb Hist. Mon. ii. 139. 9. Astron. 
determination of stars, hours, &c. De Astrolabe 
73 bis. 

JfcLo^dmj perh. from v6ao$, voaot with Syr. 
termination, illnesses prevalent in autumn. 
But more probably a mis-spelling of (Jj^judo?, 
Med. 538. 3. 

■t "^^ 1 KfiMahuSj Archdeacon of Maiouma, 
Pet. lb. 133. 15; clhj£j ^oa^ttJ Mich. 
Syr. 159 a 1. See «floa^U 

y£aj col. 2398. to pour out. Add : to inject, 
]*~»jL=h «*cta> Med. 53. 9, 18, 20, 21. Absol. 
^cufioo io-^o *oof ib. 11. 13, 14. With ^ 
of the pers. ib. 140. 13, ) ^m vi=> o££ ^da> 



1. 16, 141. 13, Jko»co o^ ^amj blessings 
poured into Egypt as water into a haven, 
Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 437. Ethpe. yn\jl( to be 
given for food, yaxj^J y( )u?^I»? o»?m -> 
);*\V£ Natur 42. 11. 

y^raj or \Arnj col. 2400. an injection, 
drench, Med. 55. 17, 62 ult., );>m>i^ J^aaJ 
ib. 98. 7. 

l ^m* liquefaction, fusion ; Jkw^a-^f »»m> 
the melting of glass, Chimie 53. 9. VI. fluxes, 
ib. 97. 2. 

jam.& a clyster, purge; \£uiL \*£*Z\ sharp 
clysters, Med. 47. 20, 65. 19, 80. 19, 135. 8 &c. 
A syringe, )Uft>Mfc--» o£k jQad ib. 140. 16, 
141. 13. 

JlcLiAfl&jfcoo f. fusibility, flexibility, Anecd. 
Syr. iv. 19. 22-25. 

yxu i. q. lAaocij col. 2400. Zend nacka 
prob. from ii^^j, a nitsk, treatise, .<+jooj +20} 

9 Sy ******* 

^fcsm**/ ^jsd »*» let him recite a part of the 
Avesta, A.M. B. ii. 580. 6. 

;-aL>. JfcuoaJ col. 2402. m. a sawyer, 
)&f ^jaa^ JfOfloJ But. Sap. Theol. 3. 2 bis. 

K<vkv> col. 2403. 4. 1) Sierra, legendary 
mountains, Patr. Or. v. 741. 8. 2) sawfish, 
Pristis, JJ^oclsci* );nrt,v> Natur 7 and trans. 
76 n. In Syr. glosses it is the dolphin and 
crocodile, Ar. FischN. 49. 

^J-^j Arab. X.X.KJ mint, Med. 554. 

U^oJ adj. raven, \*LSj \&^raven wings, 
Pallad. 752. 8. 

«^u col. 2404. to snatch, tear. Trs. from 
col. 2275 ^rQ„» o»^\u so correct ch^j, 
envy shall tear him to bits, Ephr. ed. Bick. 
xxxv. 287. 

<^Xj ruined, ^-JiM? ^ab with gloss Jl? JlsL 
(u&clo Hormizd 1295. 

y^j. I^oql^J col. 2406. a chant, canticle, 
p?(? o»koojsJ Chants of Adam, in praise of 
the B.V.M., Brev. Ant i. 90 b 13. 

P& col. 2406. 10 af. to grunt. Bedjan 
gives the quoted passage J**J^» y*( ^r^ 
A.M.B. iv. 588. 5. 



A 



ei2a 



214 



Jf* 



«^dftj Ital. Napoli, Naples, Jab. 54. 3. 

m-JL» col. 2408. to blow. Imper. w*d-S 
jy^n'-^ inject by the nostrils, Med. 55. 21, 56. 5. 
To snort, breathe hard as a horse, act. part. 
w aj Op. Nest. 113. 12 on Nahum iii. 2. 
Add: o*a£u ^ u*3J? UoU a furnace w^A 
tte own draught, Chimie 222 n. 1. Pass. part. 
oj JL u**&~> his chest is inflated or expanded, 
Med. 187. 10; ^aSj J) ib. 189. 11. Ethpe. 
sJLtir to be inflated, ]SJL vJuJ^A Med. 
188. 22, 189. 4, 190. 11; to be swollen, 

ji4^ u^'va ib. 154. 10, )IU U^^> 

Hebraica iv. 214. 233 f. To be distended 
Halfc^o U^£? U>>* U>^> Natur 58. 6. 
Aph. *J$r to blow glass, o v> t «v\X Jtcu 
)l f ^ -n^V ^ ^o>^ Vr> Chimie 100 ult. To 
inflate, ^^°t.v> yOo^^i oC^o Med. 189. 14. 

jgiftj m. a swelling in the chest, Med. 
190. 18. 

JulsL> add : inflation. jul«i»? o^laj Med. 
190. 20, 191. 2. 3. Snuffing or blowing up 
the nose, l^ir* **JLLL( ib. 53. 17. 

jJ^LaJjo, jfe^i^La i.v> flatulent, causing 
flatulence, }hJll*2LUx> \ts±*>U& N. Hist. vii. 
4. 1; Med. 18 ult., 19. 6, \ i .I p i i> o ^^ 
ib. 1. 20; K»l9>ii v> Ju*o> ib. 281. 21, )U»oi 
)&^j«Lpij-v> ib. 21. 1, inside the ears, ib. 
101. 2, 19. 

[Ano>_v> bellows; add: (u*oa_i )joj.r> u*ftj 
Jes. liv. 16 but Heb. DriQ Cto nsi; Chimie 
222 n. 1. 

J ^ ^ ^ cs o> ^ add : exhalation, expiration 
opp. Jl^)^ Med. 178. 21, 179. 6, |Lo IN i 
and ILo p-£? So audible and si'fenfl breathing, 
ib. 11. 6, 18; >6o»>k |uoi Jfcw*aa..& fAey 
gra#p, ib. 189. 15. 

jLcLLM&jfeoa f. inspiration, (pass.), ju»09? So 
G. Busame 4 b 15. 

JjLaj col. 241 1. naphtha. Add: Jjcu* I^^J 
wfo'te naphtha, Chimie 37. 19, J to*. J^2u>, 
Med. 574. 18, )><L* )*£^ (sic) ib. 101. 20. 

^.ci.j with preps, col. 2413. With ^» : 
JkL^L*/ ^ q^4j heretics have failed in 
discernment, erred, Philox. de Trin. 78. 21 ; 
JlcLo^ja ^ to lose his kingdom, Mich. Syr. 



364 6 19; \1LJ ^S> to fall short of success, 
to fail, Tit. Bostr. 68. 18. With'*^ to be 
equivalent, Chimie 295. 18 ; to coincide as lines, 
BH. Stories 9. 12 bis. With yx£ to fight, 
struggle, o» v>..V *^ftj Jjo^Jo? *+} it engages 
in a contest with it, Ephr. Ref. i. 29. 32. 
Act. part. ^aJ col. 2412. 13. epileptic, yOJot 
^*l^,^i>o ^Nsu> Med. 10. 3, 11. 9; 14. 2, 
264. 12; JuLj? U^> ^»\flj» ^<L] r tliose 
who have fits at the beginning of each month, 
ib. ult. Pass. part. JJ^aJ tttcjtikos, gram, of or 
belonging to a case, DBB. 1535 under 
jx>ctia,«ja^3. Pa. ^aJ part. JlaJLao ruined, 
tumble-down, ref. Hairdo lu\a? )t*? Pleroph. 
32. io. Aph. "^3( to cause to fall away: 
with jui^* to turn from a pxirpose, Pallad. 
137. 10. 

l&l^cfov) fall, ruin. Add : ^p? Jkliwaai 
)l^j* the ruin of the body = death opp. Jfcoo*0, 
Pallad. 729. 15. 

»fti ft.) col. 2416. Ethpa. *m.9ui( to be 
carded, Anecd. Syr. iii. 68. 17 ult. 

Uk?i.7 1) wool-carding, Anecd. Syr. iii. 69. 2. 
2) raw cotton, cotton-wool \ ~* ft * -* n * co 
a desiccative laid on cotton-wool, Med. 64. 3," 
U&3? U*2lj ib. 164. 22, 165. 14. |„rnft-> 
j^*** .60^ pjaAttf wicks placed in lanterns , 
ib. 68. 20, but [a&J and J^U* seem to need 
transposing. 

\\ ft * col. 2417. Aristolochia rotunda, 
birthwort, Chimie 23. 18, 33. 1 ; W-3-j Med. 
5 6l « 9> 563. 3> 5 8 7- ii, 607. 5 where it is 
gloss to ^\ft£ ; JAOS. xx. 197. 3, Ebed. J. 
Parad. ed. Cardahi 79. 8 ap. Nold. ZDMG. 
xliii. 681 n. 1. 

^L» col. 2417. Ethpe. -ajl( to evacuate, 
discharge, Hippoc. iv. 19. Pa. JaJ to purge. 
1. 9 of par. after Galen, add: Hippoc. iv. i» 
4. 6, 10, 15 ; y*ftJL2oJ ILglojI purging draught, 
Med. 48. 14. To empty out, clear out, »mo 
o^cljo -aJo l-itQ^? jLi* Med. 587 ult. 
Metaph. o»\nr» ^cu*,* U^ ,<rM*o Jac 
Edes. Lett. 122. 3 af. Ethpa. JJUfto be 
purged, Hippoc. iv. 26, 76, vii. 56 ; to 
be evacuated, Jlo^fc*! -altr Med. 262. 2, 
278. io. 



K^&CO 



]^9o!j evacuation: excretions, 



Hippoc. 



11. 



J 5> i8, 35, iv. 5 and often, v. 33; Med. 



44. io ; 45. 1 1, JJ39J? JiotAlkOtoi obstruction, 
a stoppage, ib. in. 18; Ud»£? )t3cl» ib. 
236. 2, 20 ; U*o>? IrSci eructation, belching said 
of elephants, N. Hist. vii. 4. 2. Brandishing, 
Jw£^.:>? ) ft £ i -» f_Y\> ji thunderstorms and 
brandishing of lightning, Greg. Carm. ii. 32. 4. 

ift&j col. 2419. to go forth, Ar. -.^ £0 revolt, 
El.Nis.Chron. 171. 10; ja^l^o uJl^? ia-^o aiSj 
Jii^X ^ofcoa^ ib. 174. 15; 177. 15. 17- 
To utter, express, Sev. Lett. 30. 17, 31. 6, 
193. 17, 251. 16 ; ©il&a&j? )t^£> ^^& top 
\6yov bv €ltt€v, Pallad. 61.5 = A.M.B. v. 80. 9. 
To break out f J^ftjua^ ^, g9u U&j? bo 
Hippoc. ii. 15, )fcl***6*~l9 ^^ a carbuncle 
broke out, Pallad. 167. 14; Med. 583. 12; 
584. 6, 19. To be i>ut out, c+LS>^ *++£^\ 
Vo9fcJo Pallad. 545. 17, 546. 2. To fast, go 
without food, ib. 15. 2 ; with JloJi to go on 
fasting, Pet. Ib. 46. 19. Aph. *a&/ r add : 
with nouns: il( to exhale, Pallad. 636. 19; 
Joof to let blood, Journ. As. 1900, 89. 7 ; 
l**oi? [»°>\cu udL&Si? o'ot he who set before 
me spiritual teaching, Pallad. no. 12; 
with \jJ£L to put out the tongue, A.M.B. v. 
599- 9- 

)&9cl» col. 2424. i. q. [&&j an eruption, 
pustules on the eyes, Med. 84. 14. 

\&2u and Jla&j col. 2425 infr. U&j (pvpara, 
eruptions, boils, Hippoc. ii. 15, iv. 44, 45, 82 
and glossary; J^U ->£-i jftft i-N h+'i~L it 
disperses a boil, DBB. 2012. j. 

\Asxj, JjaaJ, and \JAj col. 2426. Not only 
a mine but metal, mining products, ^eoVj^o 
J^i/ -j^j [a2u l^Doi Caus. Caus. 4. 4, 
149. 14 transl. 4. 14 and n. 2. But mines 
k»Jj»?o Jb>o*?t J*a~o U^SLt ib. 59. 1. 

\Asu result, issue yOo^NS^xi^ jbf?o>» l^J^ 
%6ouaai2> 0/ there is no advantage in discussions 
(of heresies) nor in their result, Pallad. 68. 8 ; 
la&j iajamJiw opp. [1U> l onm V But. Sap. 
Pol. 1. 2. 



215 f^r^l 

]^»|aaj consequently, Pallad. 301 ult. 

Delete par. and 



Jfr^flSu col, 2426. par. 7, 
see Jfcs^ai^ col. 2462. 7. 

jloTfl^T.y* f. experience, with )i inexperience, 
Is. Nin. B. 20. 2. 

liaft^ co l # 2428. Under 5) add: Uaa-& 
)l»o, m °tlf ovprjBpa, tlie urethra, Hippoc. 
iv. 82. 

[I i p<^ v> add: Exodic, Kin°>v> J?)^*- 
fj iofjTT} 17 e^ofiioy, Greg. Theol. ap. BH. on 
1 Cor. v. 8. 

JfcloJLi col. 2428. f J(f otl£ac* v> £/i<? #om^ 
ow£ of March, end of the month, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
288.11. Jjjo ^* J j^ASjao exfoliation of a bone, 
Hippoc. vii, 58; 0v/za, abscess, ib. iii. 19, 25, 
vii. 7. Cf. UaJ. 

♦&j col. 2429. to start, shy as a horse, with 
^^* and pers. pron. Hormizd 3174. Ethpe. 
iJLjlf to glitter, om«j*^ o^ajilf wO^Hquil 
blessed be thy walls which shine brightly at 
the rising of His light, Ephr. ed. Lainy iv. 

537- 2 3- 

jfcSu Ethpe. *mSjI( i) to breathe, respire 
Budge points as if Ethpa. >» Q> T^^ Ji yj 



,fcoo Med. 179. 12, 13, 14, 189. 12, 15; 
Q.«-4Jt*^.\ ^A(]^ their breathing is 
laboured, ib. 190. 2, 13. To exliale opp. 
uaocoj to inhale, ib. 193. 7. 

U&J col, 2431. 3) avTos, of itself, Jjd«I 
ov£a.j? avTofyvrov, herb which grows of itself, 
self-sown, Pallad. 378. 7; o»«<Yj ^» ^oa. 
Manicheisme 109.3; spontaneous, o»*aj ***aJ 
recipient & digestion spontanee, Chimie 34. 14, 
39. 17; 000*0 livtNN^ ^oto^A.9 ^L/ r 
t6o**&J? (monks) w/io despised the world and 
possessed their souls, Pallad. 85. 7, .60^ ^^ 
^-JLib, ib. 117. 18; ^Uk. U^j ]++r y+lf* 
Joo» m what mood each monk W€?itf into church, 
ib. 298. 14. N.B. yJkSuf JI^oaX? incon- 
sistently, Sev. Lett. 348. 1. 4) a grave stone, 
monument, add refs. Lidzb. Handb. 139. 1, 
325, Midler Epigr. Denkmliler 67, Z.A. xix. 
133 11. 3. Cf. Phoen. pal 



r£x.t<^ 



216 



rc'Avxn.U-SO 



\ i\§ i col. 2432. breathing time, repose. 
Add : dvdnava-ts, Apoc. xiv. 1 1 ed. Gwynn, 
LHj Bagst. ; U,j&j u\^o Mar Bassus 26. 346. 
vl/i air-hole M-S.n — \ J t ^ ^ > . ri-^&-« £-»'*• 
Natur 8. 15. 

]K*-j&.j col. 2433. respiration, breathing, 
Med. 62. 8, 119. 23, 24, 120. 2; inhalation 
opp. )k*. « .^o.^.v> exhalation, ib. 179. 6, 
JfcL*da.:£> id. 180. 5, 6. 

Udoj m. becoming alive, .c*jaa™.CLO ,o».S^o 
U9aj the formation, constitution and anima- 
tion of the Lord's body, Jac. Edes. Lett. 
122. 16. 

JLajJLaJ col. 2433. life 9 U^-fl? JloxiaJ 
*Ae vegetable life of trees, Natur 65. 16. 
Vivacity, courage, Josephus vi. 8. 2. 

]ioi«9u v> col. 2433. animate life, Mar Bassus 
35- 4^3, Probus 104. 8. 

J -j col. 2434. fcs-»U_£> contentiously , Jul. 
36, 13- 

o«j col. 2436. jJ^Tcu f. founding \ laying 
foundations, Philox. 4. 1. 

JL'a^*-» col. 2437. metaph. the founding 
of a school, Nars. ed. Ming. Pref. 42. 2. 

^H^r* Nisibis, col. 2440. \lL+ m -i Nisibene) 
add fern. )Uai ^Ql:> \scl^<s> *%>>* o^ko 
J^wo^'j written on paper of the size used at 
Nisibis, Or. Xt. i. 300. 10. 

^li col. 2440. to pour, Ui U*^L^6* 
luS^ Med. 63. 12; to bathe, foment, r ? ; \ ! 
j&Lr>> J^oaao^ ♦!:* ib. 43. 11. To run as 
a sore, JuLi ^»XJf jo*»a*, ib. 581. 16. 

ty~j m. bathing, fomentation, [jJo* JIL> 
)'±**J> Med. 39. 8. So correct for JlLj ib. 
41. 21, 42 ult., U'-^o JJ'j ib. 45 ult., 58. 
5, pi. ib. 20, 62 ult., 67. 7, 135. 9. 

*9cy, i^oJ cfcar, laoJ liLociflD the outer 
circle of a rainbow is of a clear red, N. Hist, 
v. 2. 3 infra; Jl96J Jl&? Med. 271. 4. 

JL'clAoIj col. 2442. with !^ JI. sand of 
a reddish colour, N. Hist. vii. 4. 4. 



>— t col. 2442. to make a harsh sound, 
Jfcoaij j£jj oo^rMed. 216. 20. Of the 
grating sound of tin f J JIo )* juso J 00* ^a*( 
/iow zAe CWer (tin) can be prevented from 
sounding, Chimie 15. 6. Pael f J. o^ •^>* 
*-xao JJ ib. 40. 6, cf. >.*-> JJ? ;..^\ mis- 
spelling, 11. 9, 11. *aa*^o>ot ©> Jus? )>X» 
£Ae ^pwre cWer z\ e. Hermes = tin, ib. 53. 25, 
15. 6. 

Jl^ci col. 2443. joyful hymns opp. jfcll^o/ 
dirges, Brev. Ant. i. Cal. 56 a, Jfcw^aoe 
J©^7 L^J J^'icu? ib. ii. 525 a 2. 

Jio-J Persian through Arabic ,%-**A-J Nold.F.S. 
i. 220 n. 5. a running sore, fistula, in the eye, 
Med. 79. 17, 94. 12 ; in the foot, ib. 581. 23, 
t o£kJl JJ? JfOjJ ib. 582. 3, 5. 

JufJ col. 2444. a JVazarene, a Christian, 
add: Mar Kardag 42. n; pi. ra. 1. 14, 
f. Jfcjy' ib. 1. 8. 

Jicu>-J f. Christianity, Mar Kardag 82. 11. 

»1T pr. n. col. 2445. E.-Syr. vowels 9 J 
Jab. 155. 6. 

^.♦♦JMfJ pr. n. Nasareddln, Jab. 130. 5> 
194. 3af." 

\Ju col. 2445. Pass. part. \JL>. JJLcuT ap£» 
prompt, add: wJL^o^J «*o» JJLftj Jj>Jj ^.y>*^ 
yjhat we hear is readily forgotten, Pallad. 354.6; 
\1qj |Lo»onft\ )lui> capital is apt to vanish^ 
But. Sap. Econ. 1. 2. 



Uocu « libation, Ho cut J^JL^d £/*<? ?matfd 
chalice, Takhsa 169. 11, 13, ©c©*? JJjjcu 1. 19* 

Jt^gyire col. 2447. Add : a flagon, Jl^oaaa 
LJLij );-v> of Takhsa 109. 5 af., no. 3- 
A measure, a cupful i. q. JL^j i.e. 1^ oz. or 
J^miD? OK^t? ^ pint, Chimie 69. 15, Med. 
446. 13, 14, .JJoriT ^ )^xui.no fc^!k-k~- 
JUfc^> UL^»r JJoflTo, ib* others say 
1 menekitha = 1 spoonful and 1 spoonful 
= 4 mithqals, ib. PL abs. ^loi^ ib. 55- 2 ' 
60. 15. Cf. Jj-^-J col. 2350 and Jwa-^' 
col. 1 1 30. 



jaal 



217 



Aur^i^n* 



olcu col. 2447. ^ a - OJ ^ denom. verb from 
jl^jaJ : £0 7««fe effeminate. Act. part. J^:1ajL*> 
var. to II9I3D, Sev. Ant. Hymns 165 n. 
Ethpa. *--*■ £ T)_Y to be made effeminate, 
^»l^jx>k*j», Sev. Ant, Horn. 54. 13. 

\Lslj, )l^*va.7 f. col. 2448. female. Chem. 
mercury, Chimie 19. 2. 

+£lj col. 2450. Pa. J& to purify , ^2^ ♦jxu 
Pallad. 34. 1 1. Ethpa. ♦nJt/ to be purified, 
refined, ^iufcoo* jl&ms Chimie 14. 10. 

JLqj col. 2453. to prick, imper. ^oo^ Jclo 
|kfno Chimie 22. 16. Pa. JLgj to peck, (uJUiLaa 
%6o^k ^A^io pelicans pecZ; their young 
to tfearfA, Natur 28. 1. 

J 5 cm^> or ira.a bird y s beak, should probably 
be transferred to this root, from col. 3515 
under loo, Poznariski Z. A. x. 119 and cf. 
Nold. Gr. § 126. D. 

"^cu Ethpe.'^Gjl/ col. 2455. tobe cleared off 
as stones, ^jaJfcoo \&\& Ephr. Kef. ii. 63. 23; 
Jliio ql\sijU id. ed. Lamy ii. 277. 2 ; to be cast 
away as a stone, ^jajko© loaAM^ the adulterer 
shall be thrown away into darkness, ib. iii. 
*57- 2 5* Us* 2 ^* **^° c*lso I^ajV after 
the Flood all moisture dried up, Jac. Sar. 
Horn. iii. 55. 1. 

]mx£lj col. 2456. Usually a lump of Jlesh, 
add : a lump or mass of molten glass, Chimie 
100. 1. 

&&> col. 2457. to adhere. Add: 1) imper. 
icqaI^^ a&i> follow your leaders, C.B.M 
739 b, A.M.B. iii. 307. 2) to follow, ensue, 
yOoiX ^a2loj iii4» symptoms follow, Med. 
40. 5, )L*o»r yoo^ Glsij V d chilly people in 
consequence of their feeling cold do not suffer 
from thirst, ib. 1. 6 ; 291. 14 ; )&**,«> a.aaj 
^aiL»?o lawful and proper resolutions, Sev. 
Lett. 179 ult. Ethpa. &su\X to unite, to agree, 
Y* V jl^s » c£kl)j? aaxui/ JU Jos. ed. Weinberg 
18. 4 af. Aph. &£i to bring close together, 
add: )?Ui t&^ U>J? o»l*Q^ q^> ^k^ans i^ 
wmstf &rm(/ *A<j erf^e* 0/ the cut together, Med. 
43. 14 ; \>2>JL o.^/.N^>vo a&ilsaX to piece 
together and harmonize histories, Hist. Mon. 
i. 16. 12; wo#6*i^i ©££ <&jS( Satan stuck to 

2716 



him whatever he was doing, Pallad. 11. 6. 
To apply oneself with ^ and a verb, oa-o/ 

attempted to hinder the Romans, Josephus 
vi. 3. 3 af., QNaS.iiyX ^^V yoajlociS 
Pallad. 4. 16, 17. With o, l-^^X JlJo*-^> 
fc*a.x>l?, ib. 5. 4, 15. 14, 24. 20. N.B. .)l^Xs2> 

o££ too* J&.&.&? )l*( the subject which had 
occupied him, ib. 80. 10. To give heed, pay 
attention to, act. part. .*.<*>* for >aa^ as if 
from a oJb* verb. Unless it should be *2u.aj 
q. v. col. 2460 and Suppl. BH. puts this 
word under sa.x> Gram. i. 97. 2 3. A^a^o o»^^ J 
even a fool is concerned for his body, Is. Ant. 
ii. 56. 11, 204. 7. With ^iw, aa& var. 
«a«.a.va A.M.B. 25. 7 = Pallad. 21. 16 which has 
only <a„CL&. Rit. &&(he 2>roceeds, continues, 
Brcv. Chald. i. 51 infr., 54. 3 af., Jfc*m2> *a«0( 
la~»±2> he goes on to the tune of the Blessed 
Martyrs, Takhsa 114. 18, 23, 115 bis. Usually 
act. j:>art. «ftj5,v» ib. 7 ult., \jc*d &A20 ib. 
ir pen., 13 ter. PI. ^&.a.x> ib. 63. 8; 
^i»i vi.o»j*p ^^iii they proceed to recite the 
Creed, QdhamW. 43. 4 ; Brev. Chald. i. 26. 8, 
54. 12, 59. 12, 13 and passim. 

Jfclaii^ col. 2459. rit. a sequence, Brev. 
Chald. i. 238. 3, 295. 6, 308. 22, Takhsa 
52. 16, 53 quater, 54 bis. 

^&~0o-> = Koiwvla, fellowship, intercourse, 
^ITcuJ/ Icl^J o^oJLi Pallad. 73. 6 = A.M.B. 
v. 96. 3, Schulthess n. G.G.A. 1895, 9. 679. 

£l*£j, l&^oj col. 2460. 24. With ^.jL 
to stick to, pay attention, study, %-^w £uaj JJ 
)j±*( ?©» Ephr. ed. Lamy iv. 429. 7. m. pi. 
jlSuiij adherents, " compagnons," Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 24. 4 i. q. cuaSa^Ia q. v. 

Ji'a2uAj add : rhet. co-ordination, Nold. F. S. 
i. 485. 

\Acu col. 2461. J^4??>? &** Natur 40. 2 ; 
<*4iJ? )u£^7*Nars. ed. Ming. ii. 40 pen. with n. 
]Aaj conjugal intercourse ; a wife. 

\^)^su add : consecutively, \s*\&aj ^l*»* 
numerals run consecutively, Sev. Ant. Hymns 
44. 2 ; in continuation, IS-I^J^ +*>[> Isoyahb 
cd. Duval i. 18, Nest. Herac. 80. 2. 

F f 



rf.lAn-30 



218 



QOOJDT* 



M °i nv>, Jfrf. . i <& « va causing to cohere, 
)lJ^ ^Qj]^ ; i4fi^o jLca*J fcJL> » saX.3P fitting 
portions closely and making them cohere, But. 
Sap. Philos. 2. 4. 

—clj col. 3462. To break out as a rash, 
Lexx. under Ju*«..o col. 3486. DBB. 17 10. 9. 

i*u. U-ocu col. 2463. Arab. iLiij an ingot, 
Chimie 38. 7, 40. 17, 52. 9, 10. 

J^cu boring, making an incision, N. Hist, 
iii. i. sect. 2 : cf. jjLad. 

JtaJ in. a chip, l&lq* J£aj Med. 554. 11. 

Jfo£oJ m. the beak of a vulture, Med. 589. 1 1. 
Cf. ]>o^j col. 2273 and jjao > col. 2453. 

Jjaja^ a beak; add: Mar Bassus 37. 499. 

)Iaid col. 2463. a channel. Add : spout of 
a kiln, J^^jla ]mJo Chimie ioi. 10. 

..pjK Pop __ 4 . 

jl;n.v> cf. Arab, .i-:.* a reservoir. A cistern, 
Hist. Mon. i. 225. 7, ii. 426 11. 4. 

a»o;jaj pr. 11. a village in Armenia, Patr. 
Or. v. 5. 730, antep. and ult. 

aaj col. 2464. to strike. Add : cn-i-b-j 
<*^r>~> ioxiX Joseph tapped the cup with his 
finger, Jos. ed. Wolf! ink 15. )l^o *.,cv t 

he put forward a,nd urged in witness of his 
opinion, the saying of the Gospel, Pal lad. 166. 9. 
To beat the Nalmsha = board, = to summon to 
a feast, ^^ aoj Brev. Chald. *^pi. Pass, 
part. >m*s±} palpitating, flickering, j*cu* \ im)H 
**£u r o A. M. B. ii. 282 pen. Ethpe. *&A? 
with )>2>£o to declare war, Jul. 103. 25 ; *JL>1( 
J**^o? JIT a mound of earth was thrown up, 
Hist. Mon. i. 206. 3. 

[_jLa_Q-i the board struck to summon the 
congregation to church, Gr. (Trjfxaurpou, clyta £u\a, 
Jac. Edes. Can. 147. Perhaps a plectrum, 
mentioned with Jifc^o as home by Ajiollo, 
Gr. KiBupav kcu (TravOifia or iirnvQiba or cnttvXida, 

Arist. Apol. om. 22 ; cf. curnj ji V^o^ ib. *». 5. 
Throbbing pain, J^diaj Icl^\&o |*,m )uLqaj 
throbbing headache and migraine, Charms 
79. 12; J.A.O.S. xv. 285. 8. 9. 



IjLsLj col. 2466. 7 of par. thepulse\ throbbing, 
J^..o*j JL^qj a rapid, pulse, Med. 39. 3 ; ib. 
41. 14, 79. 2 ; 1o.a^>o \mAj Lo*dJi>Jo juiiLV JJ 
jill^i) )^.£jaj failure of the pulse (in fainting 
fits) and a faint or 6a</ pulse, ib. 281. 13 &e. ; 
jl*,* jm!> headache, ib. 54. 3. 

&s~»)iljLqj u-^A concussion, of earthquakes, 
N. Hist. iv. 11. 2, the passage is quoted under 

fc^Uiik^l^o Suppl. 

)opdj col. 2468. a rod, shoot. Derived 
from om to grow, Barth. Z. A. iv. 376* 
Add : shoot of a reed Jj^iJI tao?? oot I^joj 
BB. under .0;^°* col. 3205. Jk-J? Y^'igj 
an olive shoot, Med. 561. 18; tO^oa )o«qj +— 
jokif *.*? a single stem, ib. 598. 3. 

t^«j col. 2469. i. q. ^b^J Nergal, Assyr. 
god of war, Coupes ii. 156. 8, 9. Mandaean 
An^, Maud. Ilelig. Brandt 52. 

)I~±»j m. pi. followers of Nergal, Coupes 
ii. 156. 1. 

*-*?;.> col. 2469. nard. ot JLo^o* ^*?*-> 
JkJ^^j* Med. 90. 13 and rnarg., J^^> *-??J-> 
ib. 182 ult. ***«J? )«**-*> sec under k 



\las*j col. 2470. |^£D^ Jj^>^ hi ^/te metre 
of Nurses, Hormizd 4 ; JfcL^coiJ )k**£© Jos. 
N arses 1 1 1. 2. 

wd-a>w (i*i^if );«•?) Narsowai, prob. 
Jacobite saint, Jab. 483. 5. 

[! r -s^™ y T m. pi. inhabitants of Narsabad, 



Dion. 1 10. 2, cf. 



col. 2470, 



|ddfesJ>;_j col. 2470. Correct: title of an 
official, Act. Mart. i. 166. 

]j>^J Col. 2470. vdpKTj SaXaaala, DioSC. i. I74> 
Malapterus electricus, the torpedo or electric 
ray, Ar. FischN. 61, Med. in. 14. Cf. 
s+&S\j col. 2263 and Suppl. 

Jsia..>ciJ col. 2470. Dekte. It is \su'io*> 
pods, II. Duval. 

*floa,o;.j col. 2470. ^/iC narcissus', fS^ 
ijoo-D^-j? narcissus juice, Med. 557. 18, 
JAOS. xx. 193, 2. ^m^J? M£^ Med. 57 2 - 
20. See under )u*^x>. 



000.011 Aura 



219 



f<^C\£*&Vl 



*n>ao;J k^ col. 2471. A village in Marga, 
Sassanidi 25.7, var.^a^^j, tffl^p^om^p, 
u^^SS Jab. 269. 12. 

**j. fc^J-iLuaj col. 2472. sluggishly, Med. 
539- 7- 

Juij col. 2472. to give over to oblivion, 
^ix^JL ^ JJ Poet. Syr. 55. 6 af. Ethpc. 
to be forgotten, **ajL7* fc^^*? J^cu* ib. 10 af. 
Aph. uuy/^o wa&6 to forget. The quotation — 
col. 2473. r i s t° ^ e f 01111 ^ * n Ephr. ed. Lainy 
iii. 23. 4 af. with UJ? for )JL(; ***( ^Lcl=^^ 
Hormizd 1881. 

)LaLiJL*-jfcsJtt col. 2473. loss of memory, 
Hippoc. iii. 29, Med. 5. 12, 9. 7, 29. 9; 
a disease of the soul, But. Sap. Eth. iv. 3. 

JfcLjcifcj f. dim. of \mj women. A poor little 
woman, add: BIIGr. i. 66. 13. PI. Jfclooiu 
stupid women, But. Sap. Eth. iv. 5, BH. on 
2 Tim. iii. 7. 

■, \1*j col. 2473. effeminate] feminine, 



add: ILo 



-J" 



JLo *Jkj Nestorius had a high 



voice like a woman's, Pleroph. 12. 3 and 
n. 162 ; Dion. Ined. 66. 3 af., \1AS JLif ra 
ywaiKfla, menses, Hippoc. v. 26. 

il\*j sal ammoniac, Chimie 37 antep., 39. 4. 
Oftcncr f?U.cu col. 2330 and Suppl. 

dij col. 2474. to blow. Act. part. \Lmj 
pi. f. JfcliauU violent winds, Dion. 194. 6. 

»»aj Chimie 59. 14: see >?)u»j. 

jxmj col. 2476. to breathe ; ^xooJl JJ? »»- S\ »> 
breathing out pitiless anger. Nest. Herac. 
367. 20. To inject jiajso pre j^mj Mt. Singar 
15. 3 af. 

J,j*iaj, JfeoaJtj breath, add : avdnvota, Hip}>oc. 
vi. 52; U&aj lo*-o dvo-TTPoin, ib. iv. 50; 
Jooju 1o.t> n> V the same, ib. iii. 30, Med. 186. 17. 

J&jIclj col. 2477. 2) a serpent, add: *1^? 
</ic /tiss of a snake, Buxtorf ; Pers. Mart. 
77 11. 708; Harkavy Festschrift 40. 

\slmj a snake. So Hoffm. corrects )&**» 
ljcvx\,v Pcrs. Mart. 11. 7o8=A.M.B. ii. 
678. 7 where Bedj. has Jl^cusclJ^ ku*~. The 
story is full of the casting out of serpents. 



J£*,olj m. i.q. ]L*j 2) ridge or gable, A.M.B. 
v. 535- 8, 12. 

^fco Ethpa. ^koi? col. 2483. tobeiveighed 
down, to bend beneath a weight, »oo»\a^ (Woo*) 
Loot (^fcsjfcoo )'i\& ~^o* Manicheisme 141. 2 ; 
^fcofcoo +o *|)o wCHdsr>rr» demons held him 
dangling downioards in the air, Hormizd 

2834. 

*3fco col. 2483. to draw, add : )&lsJ woi 
K^& the elephant's trunk draws up ivater, 
Natur 11. 1 ; ojo^k c*a£j &Isj a fox draws 
his breath inwards when shamming death, ib. 
5. 6; Gest. Alex. 192. 9; omS^o? U^T 
**mL9 Jc£?o» ^ap I! .«h^ i' n order to draw away 
matter from the suffering member, Med. 42. 20 ; 
p.ii^o ^.dfes-j the veins draw chyme 
vpivards, ib. 267. 10, odJcL^v &Isj ib. 278. 14, 
vol&io *3l£J ib. 1. 19. )u3k~j ^ch-^cla-^ 
JkoO^fcv^ the soul is ardently attracted to 
sacred history, Is. Nin. ed. Chab. 96 Syr. ult. 
L. 19 of par. JJj3 «3fco? Jisjo the magnet, cf. 
Pcrs. L>. ^jt\ Lag. Al>h. 53. 20, B.N. 11. 
Pa. *aj£T 7 of par. add : Ja^aaD V undistracted, 
unharassed, Syn. Or. 57 ult. Ethpa. *3fcoL/ . 

^9l^_>fcoO fcwJuLoi )1^-A^.2> ^*>? yCLJ<>» for 

Tpenofxevovs, JosepllUS vi. 3. I 4. 

JLsLaL* pi. JlsL'oLj col. 2485. snatching, 
clutches of beggars, Pallad, 373. 16. Braggings 
away, Dion. 79. 18. Distractions, U? ^N,^ 
J^Lqj undistracted^ j^^ce, Pet. Ib. 66. 17 ; 
J^L'cJ ^*> JL, Hist. Hon. i. 381 ult, Is. Nin. B. 
1. 10, 130. 14. 

>So3^j add : IXktikos, Galen. 242. The ref. 
to BHEth. = ed. Bedj. 39. 12. Attraction, 
one of the four natural powers ]IlL of the 
body, o*?cu*lo )i;r»»cr>» Isol^j But. Sap. Eth. 
1. 2, N. Hist viii. 2. 1, Med. no. 1 1. Adj. an 
alembic is )u*cu*_*3 l^ofcsj draws tqneards 
and whitens, il distille et blanchit" Chimie 
19. 2, l.9c>b«-J ^-jjoo " notve alembic pour 
distiller,' 1 1. 6. 

ls-)^.£s.j rapaciously , Pallad. 454. 5. 

jlVf,^--^ attraction, add : the drawing 
away of evil humours, Med. 47. 20, 65. 19, 

F f 2 



n£&&u 



220 



►xjOpC' r^ndflo 



80. 19, 150. n, 206. 2. ^-o? Jla£u*t—> 

vjryness of the neck, ib. 155. 16. Laa-l^J 
)}l** *-» JLoi*d the pulling away of parts from 
each other when a rent is made, N. Hist, 
iii. i. sect. 2. 

Jafcl> col. 2485. Delete the reference to^>J ; 
E. Duval corrects by BA. JlJlmJ*>? )l^ao 
JL^kJ* Jo» ^^oo^Sk the scale of tJie balance 
opposite to that which dips down, DBB. 691 
n. 1. Add : suction, drawing in the breath, 
c*oaflij o*3& Gest. Alex. 192. 9; drinking 
l&fclx^ N. Hist. vii. 4. 1. 

i&kJ col. 2485. i.q. J*9fcsj fc^o a village 
in Adiabene, cf. ;^j col. 2430. 

Uiafco (y>ot^>i) of Nethpar, add: M. Z. 
83. 2i ? Chast. 26 infr. f. 

*l£j col. 2485. to fall out, add: ^a? J*** M 
UfcJ* ^chclIjL Pallad. 90. 19. Metaph. to fail, 
perish, ©♦La^wofcsJ* Ufc^J Pleroph. 15. 15. 
Trans. U^ia*, "^.v, oC^ ~*lSJ they powder it 
on sores, BB. under J^-Isj/ col. 287, DBB. 
216. 11. Aph. *IT( to make to fall, to cast, 
add: *Ki w©*oj»)l9? )li-^L»/ Warda 46 v, 
|u/ ttsJ-i JLnicuP ib. 118 r;* ^ <*-»*lt J) 



)oi-o LL(? )a.a^ y++? l Gt not ti lG sheaf given 
by mercy fall from our hands, Ephr. ed. Lamy 
iv. 425. 5. )S.y<v> ffcokf ULJd opp. Jokai 
a depilatory, Med. 580. 13. 

J*k J add: 1) anything which falls', 

shavings, filings, Il^.o-Tip ^20? H^H*. Ccst. 
Alex. 233. ir. Metaph. Jji'ff )*fcJ 1^4*^ 
/ A«ve picked up a few crumbs of Thy 
mysteries, Ephr. ed. Lamy i. 7°5- l 9 I ^^ 
)l^J" ^>cl9? JjoJ^J )>k..J.^ l&*,rNarses ed. 
Ming. 233, 1, Poet. Syr. 35. 8 af. yOo»*$kn! 
JlS^osf the remains of the dead, Warda 118 r. 
2) a drip-board, ^ad Jfl^J <w J J? Juao 00* 
Jla-2>J^ BB. under Juj^Joj col. 1101. 15, 
DBB. 679. 3) Nitre, Chimie 44. 6, Med. 
55. 13. Also )>ko? Jli^l^i? ^j_acL=>? jfa^ 
viz. Nitria, Pallad. 278. 10. JVIed. 606. 15 
has the same as BA. and adds £ .^iaa*^ Jtfco 

.*,fco col. 2487. to tear, add: imper. a*,oL ot 
a\ao(o come, with eagerness seize and eat, 
Is. Ant. ii. 32. 9; to excerpt, Jicu^l^iaaX a*,l£j 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 105 ult. Pa. *,&o of geese, 
to peck, tug at an intruder, Natur 22. 14. 



Qo 



JL», JL'JwflD col. 2489. f. a seah. )l[-a> 
)fcs-=^> a liquid measure equalling fifty I^c&js 
pints, Epiph. 4. 

oUo col. 2491. to fo o&i. Aph. 0)^(^0 
grrow old. Add: jo©» o)t«0f ^*n-*3* w/to was 
even then aged, Pleroph. 28. 3. 

)JjLco relating to age, ancient, )JLv£»5» Ut^ 
}'.^™ refutation of the conjectures of the elders, 
N. Hist, iv. 4. 3 tit. 

Ujqojok» Sebaste, in Palestine, Nold. F. S. 
i. 468. 8. Usually written J££iai» q.v. 

wCoo^cll^xo Sebennylos, hpric. in Egypt, 
Sev. Ant. Vit, 78. 9. Cf. %aoc^cu^oo col. 
2505. 



JL^Jl^o pi. of oaoa^J^o col. 2492. sagae, 

Sibyls, ZDMG. lviii. 497 on Stud. Syr. Kabm- 

%o i.» ^j^jLiio aayd7rrjvov y a resin : see 



^^xso (^>k» Pers. J>j-~^\ ?) gloss to <^»' 
J to** white mercury, Chimie 4. 6. 

jjolfip i.q. v*joJxjo col. 2493. Syene, Pallad. 
100. 6; dOft^JJilj )^,* JJoJim ib. 349. 12. 

CLaa~aoJL*»9Q_^)^£0 col. 2493. o-arvpiao-fMOif 
swellings, Hippoc. ii. 19 n. 4, iii. 25. 

a»04-^)uflo for *flooi-^o»( oyster, Natur 
61. 6, 12. 

*^oo/ P J«-»U> with gloss i-Jjj (Pers.) arsenic, 
Med. 606. 20. ^ 



.<\Qa\n£Anda> 



221 



^nC r£ma> 



yi. in ^j^-au 2aya\a<rar6s, Sagalassos in 
Pisidia, now Agulasun, Nold. F. S. i. 473. no. 

uaJJ^D prob. i. q. )&gfiNflr» col. 2643. 
a turtle, N. Hist. vii. 2. 3. 

ju^o^juao see |^o3 Suppl. 

«£0o^^)Iocu^.)uqo ^XevKoPrikos, SeUucopoHs 
in Coele-Syria, Nold. F. S. i. 469. 27. 

u»oJcLU^kh» o 2e\ivovirros f of Selinus in 
Isauria, Nold. F. S. i. 471. 75. 

jLajifio oftener ^oJJo^flo. aeXaxos, -77, selachus, 
a shark, N. Hist. vii. 1. 4. 

JJjiUo, ]fcL.*>J^p silver. PL f. emph. Jl^o*>k» 
for )ls»jL\p)q» in a Comment, on the Psalms, 
WZKM. ix. 201. 18. 

jULL&jLfip col. 2495. )]&,i vug? [s\q pierre 
argentee, argentiferous pyrites, Chimie 8. 17. 

a»aao)uflD col. 2495. the island of Santos, 1. 2. 
corr. i^li for i^U. Add ref. Jac. Edes. 
Hex. xii. 7. 

A£ col. 2495. to put on shoes, Pael Juqd 
to shoe. **.£\^±s> ^kod shoe tliose who xvear 
sandals, Poet. Syr. 99. 8. 

]LaL»io» f. wearing shoes, being shod, But. 
Sap. Isag. 2. 8. 

tfiDo^jJLoD for t£Do^*Vco 1 aatrrj?, a measure 
of capacity =22 gearai, Epiph. 5. 3. 

jJLi9CL^J)ba» = oJj-*clX ^£o Saint Laurence, 
Jab. 67. 6. 

%flOQ^,kooJ^o see ^flpojlmflft col. 2682 and 
Suppl. 

of^JLcD 2ap5<i, Sardinia, Jac. Edes. Hex. 
xii. 5. See ^o?^n &c. col. 2731. 

toocuijtfiD i. q. jfOflD sory, Chimie 11, 13 bis. 

l^w col. 2499. 5. Transpose ]jsq.^ : jqqs* 

jj^oJie slighted Thee by enquiry, Ephr. iii. 25.9. 

\i - rt m the savin, col. 2500. 2 of par. add : 
yCLU^x» [JLa& oil of savin, Med. 147. 22. 

l*--^ col. 2500. pr.n.m. Sabinus should 
be Olbinus, procurator of Tiberius Caesar, 
Hist. B.V.M. 97. 1, xii. 2. See Duval Litt. 
Syr. 113. 

L**at£o m. pi. Sdfcipot, Sabirites, a Uralian 
tribe related to the Huns, WZKM. ix. 92. 



yr\m col. 2501. Act. part, chcl^^ «*^cd 
\JJof ILL a tree suffering from drought sucks 
up within it the strength of the water, Is. Nin. 
3 pen. Pass. part. <+*rt£o, Mla^d clinging, 
clogging, Mx>c^o|? ©ifclljufcaaa M^mjf JL^ 
Pael %^La> i. q. Pe. 2) to attempt, with ^, 
jlooootjj? J^jJJ o\nv>\ Qa^^ Dion. 13, 2, 
^fnYfcN^\ ^»o^oa..v> ib. 89. 9. A ph. sJ\c&{ 
to fix, attach, Js y^cnj \Z£jL^&L Ephr. Jos. 
176. 4 ; a« 4\ * >c\^ yaj/ «pW)t^»^^ Satan 
attached mankind to the service of the creatures, 
Jac. Sar. Horn. iii. 80 1. 4. 

^^xso col. 2503. to carry. Add: ^Aro 
^^oji he conveys, Ephr. Bef. i. 179. i, 2, 
^*XdGL& ^N-i fl D 1. 5. Pa. ^2k£o to bring ; 
to inflict. Add : w^Aci^\ otX^^o to perpetuate 
error, Sev. Lett. 63. 12. Aph.^^m/^o woo, 
<iX ^\-tmv> ib. 496. 7, 498. 1. Ettaph. 
^"*nr>ri( to be made to suffer, Hormizd 2340. 

Vcl2o» col. 2504. a porter. PL carriers of 
*corn to the threshing-floor, ^+Vf JfcLa^** )>j/ 
JJoikii 6j> A.M.B. v. 456 ult. 

JL^co or U.>cn Pognon thinks this the act. 
part, yet points in the second manner for 
6 *Qpo<fi6po? (Epiph.) of the Manichees, the 
Siqyporter = Atlas, a giant who bears the 
earth on his shoulders, ^J^. <+*»^? .oo» JI^m 
Jl^S>>Y <-*-^o ch3*cl2> J^ Coupes ii. 128. 
5, 4, 3 af., Ephr. Bef. ii. 208. 39; Burkitt 
Introd. exxxv. 

JLmd col. 2504. carrying, ^p? ^»ch^:L» 
J«-^t-*> Pallad. 481. 3 of thieves carrying 
goods. 

K^Jfe vN , ^ ^, jfcLofcl^-=kjoo gradual, J?o*-^> 

^Xio^ But. Sap. Philos. 5. 2. 

jLidflo col. 2504. a symbol. See under oao. 

\n\+i »N^or> with r^ v for Greek infin. 
crafteWiavto-ai, to be a Sabellian, 2 )TO f ess 
Sabellianism, BHGr. i. 47. 17. 

^^rr> Sibmah, col. 2505. 1. 3 of par. 
corr. the ref. to Jer. It should be Jos. xiii. 19. 

^\»( Ill^o) The Book of Maccabees, Eus. 
ed. Maclean 416. 13. 



oano> 



T) * r 

ra. %er\ziCD 



col. 2506. £o be frequent 
to multiply, )!>Js^ )ctfi>rL»\ Jc»W 
God strewed the sea thickly with islands, Jac. 
Edes. Hex. xix. 1, 18. 13, 25. 9; Ibo axvitf) 
Ik^fco ju*a^ kl»/ he filled the tables of the 
Law wj^/6 man?/ words, Ephr. cd. Lamy ii. 
735. 9, kxi&CL^ yOo^ qm ib. 739. 5, 
Hormizd 2697. Ethpa. an-i^Lco/ £0 efo 
anything rapidly, *mi>l£xx>r Ifco&ju <Ae breath- 
ing becomes rapid, Med. 229. 3. 

J U £o„sa_j» m. rapidity, >ra^>a nn *•> J?; >r> % 

fo travel at speed, Hormizd 2778. 

w -^ ™ col. 2508. Zo be filled, satisfied. 
Ethpe. >^1^W to cause satiety, |uc»^( Jj»Io-* 
,^ 4^^ IN J id. 6. 25. Pa. ^L» 2o ^^. 
L. 9 of par. delete the first ref. to Kal-w-Dim. 
Add: JliUf* ^im^) )+=>?** Pallad. 41. 21. 

kv^effl* col. 2509. 1) supper, evening meal 
esp. of monks wlio fast all day, |L^2>cu»f Jia.^* 
Jjol^-3? grace after meat, Takhsa ior. 6.. 
2) compline, service following supper, Qdham 
W. 128 quater, 167 quater, 176. 2 ; B. Nin. 
6. 17 fF., 7. 2. 3) J^>aco Is-o the refectory, 
Badger, Nest, ii 18. Also the place where 
compline is said. The latter is probably right 
in E.G. iii. i. 217 ^»yufr> (excuse k~o^> 
yoo^-^^ = Hist. Mori. i. 94. 4, ii. 216 n. 6. 
«©tots>/ J?o»a> fcoO*r> I^oidJ^^Sj B. Nin. 
6 pen. 

JI^j^^clqd f. i.q. I^sqjdd compline, Qdham W. 
Index 15, Jl^_=>aLcD? [ m *\ -jj ib. 242 tit., 
266 ult. 

[1 v^^nn^ col. 2509. 1) lie v)ho feeds, add: 
BHEth. 125. 3 af. 2) replete, pi. [ \ vS rt\ v> 
opp. [iJko Isoyahb 52. 22. 

^co col. 2509. to be of opnnion. Pael «JLco 
2) to announce, inform, oi^i^-^ |ja^>v 
o^X i-^(o the deacon entered to give him 
notice, Jul. 11. 20. 

^->£P ) ^"v flQ reputed, held in esteem, ^^co 
\L^^aj jd&^a^ esteemed for his Magian 
learning, A.M.B. ii. 565. to; ]oo»l> Jls/ P 
> jt^sxro no?* can i7 be supposed that — , Jac. 
Sar. Horn. iii. 65. 15. 



AJ«^> 



i/ 



222 ftH-x^OUSO 

^((a^lco in semblance, JJo Jn*o 
fcs-tL^o Sev. Lett. 511 ult. 

fcs-»U£^» confidently, Hormizd 2306. 

\X\ ^ ™ col. 2513. nws, tidings. Add: 
L1a^>> JlVia> ^£ Jl&J Hormizd 989. 

JL-iaLc© <Ac season of Advent, Qdham W. 
144. 19; );-icL_co? ) \ c\ ^ L Brev. Chald. 

1. 27, 7. 

)£=*-• ood m. sustenance, food, \s>\Ji^ »■ ? ■ > - 
JjiLcunX p^- Ward a 126 r, 127 v. 

JUaji-xotti col. 2515. Add : Gr. otrjats, 
self-conceit, jio-j^.^ m v> j^Jotf )io>^o f«-£ 
Is. Nin. Chabot 12. 6. 



) iy 1 1 ^ Zs>a gram, illation, putaiiveness , 
o\, )Iclj; -1 mv>> JfcOoo ]>/ a pa forms 
a putative sentence, Hebr. iv. 169. 14. Cf. 
BA. and BB. col. 1721. 

\ ! i •' ^ ™ >f> gram, expressing opinion, 
supposition, oo» }.*-> ; -^ rv> ^a Is^^M) Tract, on 
Syr. conjunctions, Hebr. iv. 169. 9. Cf. BB. 
col. 1662. 

)icLjt^-*l£ft>sa f. lolerableness, BHGr. 1. 
50. 24. 

)fs~y£ col. 2 5 r 7. fidbthd, the native country 
of Ezra the scribe, Apis £^b*. 1, Epiph. ck yrjs 

dZvvfiaOd. 

^ .^£ col. 2519. Equivalents of Greek 
compounds add : JLojsS? va -^^ qd irriXvpopfas, 
varied, Sev. Ant. Horn. 36. 9 ; J^I ^l^^ 
ttoXvtokos, prolific, Natur 50 ult., U-*^^» 
J^J>oa> (1. 12 af. of par.) tto\v(ttlx^, a long 
letter, Sev. Ant. Vit. 257. 13; \s>o^i2> !U^° 
7Tn\v€L^r]s, multiform, Manicheisme 141. 2; 
J^j ll^sp )l^.^r># noXvL^dvi, a lake abounding 
in fish, Jac. Edes. Hex. xxiv. 16, xxv. 3; 
^^a»' *^W° a ) I )0 k/I )US > a g row ^b in the nose, 
Med. 62. 13, 180. 16. 6) Polypodium, 
a solvent and dcobstrnent drug, ib. 352. 8, 

365. l6. Cf. yO^^CU^OS. 

JfcL^cux) col. 3521. Add: an anthem at 
morning service on certain festivals, Maclean. 

JJLJL^ixl* col. 2521. 3 af. a chanter; 
chanting, Nbld. F. S. i. 485. 



.^^> 



223 



K*A\ CLln .1 &lfiOJ59 



♦~^ao col. 2523. Ethpa. f -^ 5 J^Lns( part, 
*-^j£..oaj*> prostrating himself, Hist. Mem. 
i. 340. 21. 

}I:y>n\ «>^> the sunflower, col. 2523. 20 

before iS))^ add ^aJsL* I. Low, ZDMG. 
xli. 363. 

Jfo^o, JL'ja^» in the address of a letter, 
*aD?a^o your Worship, John of Telia 3. 8. 

tm.**^^) Pcrs. l^-p e^L as a dog, c*JOi.ao)u* 



*^f 



Phct. 29. 16, Pers. Mart. n. 562. 



JJcl^jod col. 2524. a bunch of grapes, m. 
but fern. Jfc**fa^j JJ i^o DBB. 792 under 

|uJ.^ax>a > ^D an inhabitant of Seistan: see 

J^^ro m. pi. i. q. J^CLOeo col. 2625. 4 and 
J^aock^o 2524 infra, money-changers , Dion. 
146. 9, 13, 15. 

JL^-ii col. 2525. Delete end of par. 
" Quod ", &c. and cf. JL'clo&& col. 2177. Sweet 
sedge, add : ±*^ JL^» .Jl^cLi» £ JL^» 
Med. 606. 20. Cf. ]i±Jc> col. 2684 and Suppl. 

Ji^jaa^o m. Lat. sequester, a depositary, 
trustee, Dion. 128. 15. Cf. ]»^^o ib. 146 ter 
and J^jooa^ao col. 2524 infra. 

£l^ao. JLqA^^oo col. 2526. faultiness, 
vupof otl^A^ it Icl2u,^d the vitiated conception 
of Manes, Sev. Lett. 358. 10. 

^ao col. 2522. o-ayaTrrjvop Ferula 



Q—JL 



V 

Persica, fennel and its resin, Med. 55. 6, 87. 9, 

r 36. 21, 137. 1, 138 ult., v cna^» ib. 49. 7, 
ydxa^o 50. 10, ^DQiat^flD ib. 49. 18, 55. 10. 

;^o to shut up, restrain, col. 2526. 8 af. 
add: o»^Jf U**d( ]^so o»i^so U^o pa*-> 
)£4^> on a day of violent rain he hemmed its 
flood as he confined it by restraining it, 
BHGr. ii. 1 13, 1324. 

JU-s^d vars. Jik^fio, Jl^s^flo f. a rush, 
reed or sedge growing in stagnant water, the 
name may = the impenetrable from its dense 
growth, Jac. Edes. Hex. ap. Nbld. F. S. i. 
573, f- *;*»*»» .J^^oo? )bk>| ^2> grains of 
Sagira, J. A. O.S. xx. 188 = Med. 554. 8. 



Jt^*» col. 2527. hindrance, obstruction. 
Abs. st. *^o Hormizd 3189 with gloss JLu^d. 

\+a> or )la> col. 2528. 10, a measure of 
100 paces. Add : i. q. Jt^oo/ 200 cubits or 
the length of a furrow, Nars. ed. Ming. 1. 

2 note; Uofoi fcw*-oo/ ]*-c» ju>fc* J*-^-x»/ 
oiA3koo ]j+29 U*o? )^£~>? BH. on Luke 
xxiv. 13. A Sabbath dafs journey and so 

;jso/ Gr. Busame ji v 8 af. Med. 531. 3 
distinguishes between )♦*» and J^W saying, 

3 )la> = 1 stade, )l*> *}i£> JfcoU jI^W 
m \ri\9i Jjoo. 



o]^ Arab, v^lx**, ajJju* rue given as a gloss 
to ]U^*3 BH. on Luke xi. 42; o^oj Med. 
544. 12, 581. 5, 582. 12. 

V+& col. 2529. 1) i.q. JU f xi col. 2673 
aavddXiov, a sandal, by assimilation of Nun, 
ZDMG. xlii. 392. 2) perh. Arab. JjL a long 
string of ]>earls. PL ^£*i£ our levies or 
ranks, Hormizd 911 with gloss ^n*», sing. 
o££»rn\ ib. 2367. 

^?]£flo( denom. verb Ethpael conj. from 
v^oo 2) to be draivn U2> in a rank, to form 
a line, )'+^*> \oJ> ^^?&xopf )ji Hormizd 
3 2 4i- 

Ut» m. a block or flat piece of wood y A.M.B. 
v. 603. 13 with gloss Jlo^J>. 

l^U y+Jo col. 2530. horehound, add : 
Med. 209. 21. 

Jrejooo col. 2530. a sixth p>«rt. Add ref. 
BH. on Prov. vi. 16 with var. [a*^. 

y 

^•.ao col. 2530. To rend. Act. part. *o*i£, 
J^«-i» add : )Vi^ k^o'^x> schismatics, Ephr. 
ed. Lamy iii. 137. Pass. part. aa-»u», )jL+& 
add: I^ UV^ To Jl^jf l^jL«jao having separate 
toes and fingers opp. webfooted, N. Hist. vii. 
I. 4, 6. 6. Pael jnxrt. I^l^^ ;^^ crxi£67rrepa 
opp. oXoTTTepa, cleft- winged, Natur 23. 8. 

)iaxotkLocc5> f. tearing asunder, rending 

J?*** ^.sp i6o»icuLo?3^.itt^ But. Sap. Philos. 
6. 3 J )?f*» ^0 »6«lcLU5?l^ftatf ^ inseparability , 
ib. Theol. 4. 6. 



i*a> 



224 



o2^i\a&> 



i+£o. J*o*£d col. 2523. a server, butUr, 
)»6u» 1^5 butler s pantry, Hist. Mon. i. ]xiv. 
19, 232. 12. Eccle3. a minister, any of the 
lesser orders, Jac. Edes. Can. no. 

)*«*<£ col. 2533. Add : 1) Eccles. in due 
order, as in the Service Book, — ».«Afii 
)«>™^ c*-l^oi> y>r QdhamW. 119. 18, ^*( 
\urk-> ~L'{? ib. 123. 16, JLc££;J j**i»? |jjdao> 
ib. 129. 4, 178. 6, 179 ult. 2) vl canticle, 
Jl£\iij jJ^ Bar Sal. in Lit. 28. 26, 32. 20. 
J**r» |iaQnm>q/ ©ire Jac. Edes. Can. 7. 8. 
^4r*, alphabetical hymn, Brev. Ant. i. 58 6 17, 20, 
iLosif ]j*-flo ib. 212 a 5, 216 a 5, J>*.ao 
lioiN.NaS, 217 a 5; & 18. 

}o^o>. j?o*a» col. 2535. a martyr. Hit. pi. 
anthems commemorating martyrs said in the 
Daily Prayers, k&cuj \l^\} )?ono Brev. Cbald. 
i. 51. 4, 52. 6, QdhamW. 72. 4, 77 ult., 
J?oMr>? JfcLLi'aJ^ ib. 189 ff., Daily Offices, 
Maclean 12 and 11. 2. N. B. witness, yOJc* 

JfoM»o [ft QQtft ^/ Theodosius of Jerusalem 
ordained approved men to be bishops and 
witnesses, Bet. lb. 53. 4. 

JLVfcH-*» col. 2537. testimony. Hex. to 
paprvpiov, the ark of testimony, Ex. xvi. 34 
ed. Lag.; JLojojxd ^? \ZL unrestrained living, 
Sev. Ant. Yit. 108. 12? 

Jicu*<*mj» testimony, testimonial, recom- 
mendation, pi. Sev. Ant. Vit. 15. 4, 24. 8. 

)u?oil£m^D approved, S. Dan. 65 v 19; 
with JJ, )kwJfo*k*m»3 J) ^aJ^o^o ordinations 
of men of low repute, Sev. Lett. 218. 16. 

jp^c^co zrow, Chimie 3. 8, 6. 9, 40. 5 ; ipoo^o 
ib. 221 n. Cf. oooM» col. 2538. 

gVn^n pr. n. m. Sahlon, on a pilgrim's 
inscription at Mt. Sinai, Jonrn. As. 1906, 
292; cf. ^on» ^> C.B.M. 282 a 1. 

«*jom» Mt. Sahend, between Tabriz and 
Maragba, Jab. 14 7- l n - 

)\oJx> col. 2538. com. gen. but fern. Jjchjcd 
)ul^ ^o;j*>o J*^*>° ^«-*o Caus. Caus. 
208. 6. Chem. )b*>Uo .o» .Jjonao Chimie 4. 8. 



JwuJonD col. 2539. J]£J*om» l&k* selenite, 
Anecd. Syr. iv, 100. 14. Cf. Chimie Trad. 3, 
n. 11. 

an—>c»-jx> col. 2539 infra, cripis, endive, 
succory. Add : Jlt>^ *fla*io*joo so corr. for 
U»~ BH.de PL 148. 

JcLoD eol. 2540. to desire. Pass. part. J ace, 
Ucu» desirous, ? Jq-aoo Joo» <*»aao Jul. 12. 13, 
^ Jauo ib. 55. 21. 

oqj», *^td col. 2541. Pa. o I qp 1. 4 of par. 
insert pcfxiavrai, oo» Oi » m :» Hex. Ex. xx. 22 
ed. Lag? 

}A' otf impurity, add : tu aKatfapra, Apoc. 
xvii. 4 ed. Gwynn JI'clo? JU ed. Bagst, 

Jiioa> col. 2504. JlSaao Nold. Gram. § 25. 
Translating avppoXov, a symbol, token, sign, 
Sap. ii. 9 quoted Anecd. Syr. iii. 3. 15 but 
understood by Syrians to be o-v/u^oX?;, a club- 
feast, Lexikalisches to Zach. Rhetor, Ahrens 
and Kriiger. Add : Ui^> jk^Jboo ]i^cu» 
\ mr < v o^^p> Stat. Schol. Nis. 30. 22, 192 pen., 
Syn. Or. 25. 17. A poker or stick to stir 
embers (Pogn.) Hippoc. Trad. iv. n. 2. 

^o» , ^d col. 2542. to fence or hedge round. 

t*&[* ^J"** '-" ^ m >c% t*° w ^ i0 can ^ e ouT 
defence ? Ephr. ed. Lamy iv. 829. 9. To divide 

by a fence, )?♦*► ^so \OJ( »a,cl^*jo i^^Lflft^ 

Manicheisme 94 pen. With o to put the 
blame on another, JJia~^2> )k JS j £^ cil^^ 
Nars. ed. Ming. ii. 202. 4. Ethpe. ^boIm 
to be hedged in, add: Jujiqjjo J^coaj*ij jfc^ « 
t^i»U{? BH. on Cant. ii. 9. 

J^^i» col. 2543. hedge, enclosure. Safe- 
conduct, J^sof «~^i? ^^^^ o-fGL-L Jab. 
186. 13. Fern. J^JsoJ? Jfc^^ao ~<^» * D# 
193- 9- 

Jlcu^epLfcoi f. definiteness ; with V 6 the 
being indefinite, Anecd. Syr. iv. 15. 22, 16. 8; 
JloJU^xolfcoo JJj indefinite, ib. 12. 7. 

•floak^att) Lat. scutum, a shield, Joscphus 
vi. 5. 19, ^m^CL^o ib. 24. 11. 

^Air »^ 1 an ingredient of electrum i.e. 
of synthetic amber, Chimie 260 n. 4. 



ncuto 



225 



ICX^CUto 



Jcu», J?oi» col. 2543. conversation: add: 
t^Uoi*. address, cifaflDf ). xi » ik> / ot^^«A 
sta changed her mode of address, Th. Mops, 
on Jo. iv. 1 1 . 

?a» denom. verb Pael conj. from J?<Lao. 
Part. ra. pi. J^Lm^ accused, J^oof )>Iffl>o 
U^Siks^D Kal-w-Dim. 300. 12, Wr. thinks 
the word corrupt. J^ca^o Ming. 

lujo^mv* a talker, chatterer, o^o )+++*. 
)Iqj^9qa^ jl^fo^m^o trustworthy and not 
flattering speechiflers, Anecd. Syr. iii. 217. 14. 

?i£o col. 2545. Add ref. Sogdiana, Gest. 
Alex. 202. 4, 204. 16. 

)^-» jai» Sovdrjra, Sudetes,now theErzgebirge, 
Jac. Edes. Hex. xxxiv. 1. 

Itl^pjQuoD <Tv(vyla, J^^oloflo )l^>1 folding- 
doors, portes d, deux vantaux, Chiruie 10 1. 4 ; 
MM^pfd, m . ? > as if paired, correspondingly, 
Hormizd 1964. 



,o_9)o«oo col. 2546. Sozopolis in 
Pisidia, add : birthplace of Severus of Antioch, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 211. 5, Nold. F. S. i. 473. 
115, WZKM. ix. 97. 

%*>ql£d to long for, desire eagerly. Add : 
ju^^ ^J*w Jo I? fcJLoxo the wolf leapt eagerly 
on the youth, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 361. 

J La*** am col. 2547. desire. Add: BA. ed. 
Gottheil 156 n. 10 to J loco. 

^Oflo, sJo col. 2547. t° oe hurnt, wi^*o ^ao 
the olive tree is parched and dried up by 
fiost, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 105. Pael ^lao 
to parch. Act. part. ^.Imv> : «*;a t o — U*i.& 
o££ £^kaa )fcfrt\ ^i^K>k^. the weevil — when 
it flies over corn leaves it blackened as if burnt, 
BHGr. ii. 107 quoted under JLujjmp col. 2165. 
Pass. part, ^o^v : ^0 J^^ Jo©* ^A^o 
loocu* his skin was burnt by the heat of the 
sun, Vit. Mod. 93. 22 = Jo. Tell. 81. 5. Ethpa. 
^\£xo{ to be burnt up, consumed, otLSo J'?U, 
ocuxL Lcuso^ ooS» ^^»^mv> Hormizd 
1147. 

)uo 0^000 for JlacL^iof and J^caiia^jio/ cn-oi^ta, 
constituent parts, )L»,a\;>pf jL^oa^a^o ci— 
A''* of the Zodiac, Bylands MS. 1917, 116. 1. 



a»a,Jai» for avOos in the Gk.text ; *cu( |jso>^ 
Jl^ldjodo u»a^araz> Chimie 11. 20. 

kfloaja^^a^D 2a)rapiAfoff, Sotericus, Bp. of 
Caesarea, Sev. Lett. 61. 11, 291. 10, 387. 15. 

^CLflo, «*xd Pael *L» col. 2550. to conclude, 
finish. Bit. to say or chant the concluding 
prayers or clauses, J^JS. uo»oa^ )iv\\ 
^iiJ l^kl^ U.?CLO^k with note «o»o)jL Si 
Nars. ed. Ming. ii. 134. 11; ^viS^oo 
JfcooJLio »j^i^ ^A^o Brev. Chald. i. 30. 6. 

\&i&£o end, clause, col. 2551. n of par. 
add: pi. J^aloao concluding psahns, clauses or 
prayers, B.O. iii. i. 178 = Hist. Hon. i. 142. 7, 
ii. 292, Brev. Chald. i. 58. 5 af., Journ. As. 
1907, 348. I^icuoci^f >++r summarily, briefly , 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 324. 9. 

locLtf, jioQuoo add: the extremities, arms of 
a shell fish, the nautilus ^} ©j^iaao w^koo 
Jiioio N. Hist. vii. 4, 5. 

)iaS>mNa with V ill imit ability, infinity, 
this is predicated of time, number, force (Jl*~) 
and measure (JLil^ji), JLoa*mio II ^^5© 
\jL2>)f N. Hist. iv. 3 tit. There cannot be 
JLaAfcxn^o JJ of two sides of a triangle, ib. 
Philos. 5. 2. 

Ua *m v> limiting, defining, ^ c»ia*mje 
^ Ephr. Rt-f. i. 61. 3, 7; Jn„m\p JJ 
U ^ gi y* ^»>1^ ^*mj*of the indefinite cannot 
be defined (contained) within two limiting lines 
(two sides of a triangle cannot be indefinitely 
prolonged) But. Sap. Philos. 5. 2 ; Hormizd 
291 opp. JJ^Lls£oj£. 

^U^&»*> JJ add: ~^1/ i^>)dt^>kffl^ JJ 
Ud^Okd the Word of God was contained in the 
womb without being emifined, Sev. Ant. 
Hyntns 4. 

|-r>a-co prob. Socho, a village south of 
Jerusalem, Pet. Ib. 53 ult. 

uaDO^(ucLdCL£D the flowering rush, cf. 
a»cuaaco col. 2626. 

taocLflo Mongol from Pers. ^U. a veil, 
head-covering, Jab. 36. 11, 97. 4, 131 ult. 
Cf. *lsJL Suppl. 



2716 



,«d 



<\QD 



226 



KLwaiOrtliCUto 



u.pJ)olfiD col. 2554. o-i»AX(/3»7, a syllable. 
Add : Ju.=^Qi» Sev. Lett. 450. 6. LI. 14 and 
1 1 af., corr. )ooj^ for k-Na.*,. 

>tf^mAQflD Silvester, bp. of Rome at the 
time of the Council of Nicaea, Or. Xt. i. 84. 
18. Usually hfl0O+^m*2^oao and S.»N.»nr> see 
cols. 261 r, 2612. 

o\ )ts nf>nr>^GL^a,flo to reason, Probus 
92. 16. 

(m » <^> \qj3o to syllogize : \a °> J JN 
i-oa-*.^* \cim ■> lest we turn to debate and 
reasoning, BH. Stories 35. 187. 

^(aL^oo^^oXa^o from ^odci Nftnrw^CL^arp 
col. 2555 and cf. ^ti-^N tr> &c. col. 2641. 
supported by reason, soundly, Tekkaf. 21. 

o>-Lj)u^-^ciLflo Sultaniyehy S. of Tehran, 
founded by the Mongol Uljai-tu, in 1305, Jab. 
151. 2, 178. 11. 

Jh^aoo col. 2556. delete; it is U^clqd q.v. 
col. 2639. 

* o w ^. o-flp place in Egypt, Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 26. 1. 

yci.flo, y> ™ col. 2556. Add : with ^>jL 
to attack, make an onslaught, *-j£.X y[& \^<^ 
Pallad. 160. 3, Jk-^j i-^Lbw feoao) 1. 10. 
Pass. part. Yi^a>, \ vu<t». Col. 2560. 12 add: 
placed, situated \x\mco |y^;^\ Jac. Edes. 
Hex. xiii. 1, fcs.*J^*/ — p*flo situated lengthways 
from went to east, ib. 1. 9. ooo» ^*a,1^l*3 
ocioc^^ ^...scufloo o»L»cu* Jul. 51. 1. End of 
par. add: logic ya*£o? o©» thesis, subject, Jac. 
Edes. in Arist. 23, Probus 97. 2, l^A**i ya^o 
relative, ib. 106. 8/9, 11, 107. 9. Ready, 
prepared, o^v^x l^xi.^X ^-wao ^o Jul. 
45. 15, A.M.B. vi. 235. 1 ; ^JU ^jsq^oo able 
to see, Corp. Script. Xt. Or. xxvii. in. 12. 
Ethpe. yixfipU/ with )^pcoftj ivoyLoOtrrfii) to be 
ordained, Sev. Lett. 481. 5 cf. ^ JUococu vxi» 
tvofioStTrjac ib. 487. i, 2. To set oneself, 
prepare, t^>oo\ J^s^f JL**^ iiajodII/ Julian 
serf himself with a great army to descend upon 
Home, Jul. 7. 23 ; to set on, attack, yx*i»L]^.*> 
)»JL^> vmO^j? U>U ib. 8. 16; cLaxu»U/ 
yOrn^NVi ib. 24. 26. 



V * i *jo col. 2562. position; add: (^0*00 
)~*>i femi/ in a straight line, N. Hist. iii. 
sect. 2 ; U,<£^&j [.^xLro io-.fL ib. ii. cap. iv; 
JLaJjaoJ k*a,».g> IdLaJL ib. Philos. 6. 1. 
Deposition of relics, interment, Pet. Ib. 33. 2. 
c^jlsoot? )l*&^d a list of consulates, Chron. 
Min. 269. 25. 

) .-OPl^-ip i) confirmation. 2) ordination. 
3) consecration of a church, also called *n,ja.o 
Uo«j*>. 4) <m?/ prayer or blessing said with 
laying on or stretching forth the hands as 
Gk. x«po0fo-/a, Takhsa 65. 4 af., 72. 17, 73. 8. 
5) ^.0 Ordinal, Maclean. Cf. Brightman 
Lit. 578. 

)lTf)b&CLO0 pr.n.m. Sumarta(1) the Magistrian 
sent by Marcian to lake Dioscorus into exile, 
Diosc. ed. Nau 56. 8. 

»oJcijsoaoo o-tofxciTiovy parchment, Mar Kardag 
44. 3, ed. Abb. 54. 5. Cf. yk^JLeo col. 2658. 

jlxL£0 9ot&3Dajao col. 2566. avfxnffiaa-fia, logic, 
the conclusion. Bef. Probus 99. 14, 15, 16, 18, 
Ju^ojqo 3**o clad Manicheisme 145. 5. 

«fio a^co cl3-^d q.£d Symjiosius, Bp. of Seleucia, 
Nold. F. S. i. 471. 67. 

n ioiNQ ftfw col. 2566. (Tv^KpvTov, comfrey, 
Chimie 83. 15. 

^ 1 *i Nrtt^ r^ apvpaiua = fivpawa, MuraenO,, 



Ar. FischN. 



53- 



Q.£0 



see below. 



»vw» imper. of *x» to filter 

JlJclQD prob. i.q. [lico o-dfiavov = )^.»1"\op 
Chald. NrV03D, Arab. ll^S* un morceau carre 
de toile doublce et de couleur, servant et en- 
veloppcr des habits ou des livres, Dozy Supph 
i. 631, quoted by Budge, Hist. Mon. ii. 410 
n. 3 ; eaves of a house, Ming. Two pilgrims 
to Jerusalem left money in charge of a monk ; 
pji? v>^£> 001 .jJoj (Jclod fcs .» »»l yxjao they 
placed under this — ? whatever they did place, 
ib. i 213. It may be a) U<^oo usually \jo]so 
a shoe, b) JJo«j» a napkin. 

jLiaJojJojoo i.q, *ao cl» a j cuao col. 2568. 
(Twcowiios, ~ov a synonym, l^do/ I^oojoP^- 00 
Ui*, p^? But. Sap. Bk. ii. 1. 2, Jac. Edes. 
in Cat. Arist. 21. 8, 30. 



CfttQi£wr<lJCUtt> 



227 



r?b\OA^*b\aizn 



\\jqxo cvva£i$, an assembly, Sev. Ant. 
Hymns 181 tit. Cf. inrumTOflo col. 2570. 

J- jc\& >£s\ic\fr% (TVVClfKJlUTepoV, the point -7-, 
Epiph. 15. 20, tt,\,»,» 0( yO^O°l,V>|LJCL^O 

Jl^oa^ ib. 16. 18. Cf. col. 2570. 

Jwom i.q. J?)jan) col. 2567. Synnada in 
Phrygia Salutaris, Dion. 28. 2, 3, Weil Gesch. 
Chalifen i. 638, ©♦jjcu© Ant. Patr. 302. 18. 

%co a-£»_f a«i» £cvobaKos y the guest-master of 
a monastery, R. O. C. iv. 340 11., 342. 1. 
Cf. )^oo r 1 fYi..o col. 1787 and J^do^guqci. p / 
col. 185. 

Ua**jo£D ni.pl. Soghdians, Gcst. Alex. 204. 
10, 11 ; l^AjJ'cuao? \'*U 1. 5- Cf. jciflD Suppl. 
and Ju^cloo col. 2543. 

uvo^opoa see col. 2674. 2) astron. con- 
junction fcfloojopoflftj* Joo» |uooa3 +o — un*9{ 
N. Hist. ii. cap. iv. sect. 3; conjunction of 
the moon, ib. 

»--vX I n\ *iot-jo-£o astron. to come into 
conjunction, opp. |>jccia\ ^f^X ^^^*t 
N. Hist. ii. iv. 3. 

|iAd»?cuQ.£o col. 2675. astron. in conjunction, 
the position of the Jtjto^oo towards each other 

k^fajaflD 0/ j^o|u9 Georg. Arab. 26 infra, 
JJjLjooOflD G. Busame 42. 20. 

J y r*%cs { <> ™ avvoSov?, -8ovra, having teeth 
which meet evenly, as serpents and bulls, 
N. Hist. vii. 4. 1. 

h NPl n\ *. .^Cl\ QJ Q £Q col. 2568. (rvWoytcrpos, a 
syllogism, G eorg. Arab. 2 8 . 1 2, d» QYim^>\oj oao 
Isoyahb 37. 14, qpcuNn ec\ *^Q^-> Q^o Probus 
87 infra, 88. 1. 

a^QjCLScua^o o-vfinovos, a fellow-labourer, 
assistant magistrate, Sev. Ant. Vit. 25. 10. 

)JLa-*-X-j cuoo desirable, loveable, with gloss 
jL'ea£)l£tJad J£* .« A.M.B. v. 488. 1. 

fes*jc*aj9o»&ja£0 a-v/i7T€pa(j/iaTiKcopj conclusively, 
Syn. Or. 250. 3. 

un^m2LJOi» col. 2571, avvoyjns, estimate, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 214. 20. 

tcuLicuaD Mongolian, tablet, Jab. 93. 6. 

Cf. JU. 



JIajclod col, 2571. (TvyKeWos. pi. a^cu'oflo 
Pleropb. 28. 1. A member of the Caliph's 
Court circle, Tim. i. Or. Xt. 1901, 300, 11 af., 
cf. 149 n. 

(» ^ v ) Ltti.^;.n,Jo...tt) col. 2572. add: 
(TvyicpaTos, closely united, Jo. Eph. 41. 15* 

ya^»«jx»aao col. 2572. Delete "concilium, 
congregation and add: secret, i.e. private letters, 
the ref. to Sanct.Vit. = A.M.B. iv. 320. 14 n. 8. 

)>flsxijaflD col. 2572. an assessor, colleague, 
add ref. A.M. B. iii. 341; ,)>?&ajcu» .jjj&aiii 
^toi ^ : o» ib. v. 539, 540. 

|mrw»toctflo col. 2592. pi. Vm»f»boacp the 
clergy assisting at the enthronement of a bishop, 
C.B.M. 914 6. 

JiflocifiD pr.n. m. Sosa, Josephus vi. 16 pen. 

JjJ^DCLfiD var. )*afiDQ.£SO Sovaapa, ^ovaovdpa, ail 
island in the Red Sea, Jac. Edes. Hex. xx. 9. 

*cl.xb<x^0 col. 2572. (tqxtov, save, add: 

J^ct^jwl B. Sal. in Lit. 54. 17. 

J^AHfiooflo (jfivrpov. m. pi. metallic rattles, 
Apis. 29 n. 6 = Schatzh. 60. 6. 

U»c£tt col. 2574. a horse. PI. l*£oaao 
Dion. 93. 21, Jk^aoOflo ib. 57. 6. 

auj^i uooocljdo col. 2574 pen. a centaur, 
add BHGr. i. 20. 7. 

K^i-i uffiQutt col. 2574. hippocampus, 
sea-horse, add: Nold. F. S. i. 566. Cf. 
I^aa!? Us* Suppl. below. 

) ;°i \y> ^oao tassels or knotted fringe of 
a Kefiyeh, Hist. Mou. i. 168. 

^aooucD Arab. ^r^yL the lily, ^bd'q.cd9 l^asa 
Med. 138 ult. 

^a». JbL^Aflo col. 2576. 12 of par. choir, 
add : a concerted piece of music jfc^-^co j-W 
ya^o JjautQ&o Narses recited the words of 
a chant each day and explained it, Barhad. 
383 Syr. ult., 389. 3. 

jlVi ^Ll£m^a f. pass, receiving assistance, 
)l+£^ ^ivT^y jr^jj^.y^^a J^Ioad mutual 
aid, co-operation, But. Sap. Pol. i. 1, Eth. 
3. 4, N. Hist. vii. 1. 1. 

G g 2 



*&O.fl0 



228 



r*U^»lCU& 



acina, &£d col. 2577. Ethpe. 3l+jbII( to be 
made an end of, destroyed, %9uaolfcoo o»L^ 
Hormizd 2872, 2877 : *JL2s I5«ff>U( ib. 
2887. Etbpa. %&rj£co( to be brought to naught, 
ib. 2909. Apb. to consume, cause to cease, 
JJos? Jl<LJLX &*£*x> juL^I Natur 3. 10. 
\£quLZ doo^ Jfo-J &*sol y llao *+$il v he m«d^ 
waters to flow away, put out the fire and 
spread darkness, Nars. ed. Ming. ii. 174. 10; 
\£*J* &*jbd( ib. 179. 7. 

11 ft, I no col. 2579. slaughter, [.A A» \\ -> 
y^£^X wo»a4Ii» o^a^^/ie slaughterings of 
the devil are brought to an end for ever, Pallad. 
41. 16; Budge points wcictSilflo his slaughterers; 
Bedjan in the parallel passage has wo»o2l*ho 
his swords, A.M. 15. v. 54 ult. 

)j^uu»!fcs-^> ready to perish, Jo»L V? )?o/ 
U^Ajapl^oo confess lest thou perish, S. Dan. 
63 r 19. 

• o^I^q-qd 6 2avdrp(Dv, Savatra or Sopatra 
a city of Lycaonia, Nbld. F. S. i. 472. 94. 

m^(ud o-noBiov, ashes, Chimie 279 n. 

c*l9axo col. 2579. corr. o-7rou5tuot, earnest, 
diligent. Cf. JLfaSuoo col. 2697. 

|t_^mJ>c.£p a sophist, But. Sap. Philos, 
1. 1, 2. 3. 

k^.|^mScuao sophistically, Syn. Or. 137, 29. 

jJL^oa&CLoo sophistical, U^aoSaoo vpo JjJ 
^Aji, Sev. Ant. Vit. 10 1. 1. 

%floo,Q » ^ a% Qq^o (ro(pt(TTLK6s, sophistical, 
Probus 83. 10 with gloss AaJliil, ib. 87 infra, 
88 med. ter. 

^ma^laoc denom. verb from the foregoing, 
Ethpalp. conj. to be sophistical, use sophistry, 
^^&( ^« fc n\ Q>]^ my) ^-o **>) >a,aJ( now 
some say t«i7/t sophistry, But. Sap. Periherm. 
1. 3 ; Philos. 2. 

^cux) Safyxov, King of Egypt, Hist. B.V.M, 
127. 13. 

j3 0£d, «ax» col. 2581. 8 of par. \suro jucu* 
Act. Apost. Apoc. cf. "the loud-breathing 
serpent'' Bevan, Hymn of the Soul, 12. 136, 
20. 58 ; and ^^o o*fi/ ^.ao &a,? Ju3ux» oo» 
ta&*j*>fc^ that all-devouring one (Dragon) 



which crawled from its place and swallowed 
the innocent, Epbr. Ref. i. 121. 14. To inhale, 
sniff up, take a breath [W *©oa&Jt jclclS 
Med. 53. 8. Ethpe. ji+aplli 7 to be inhaled, 
JJlI^» j{/ P *a^flDt'l^^ JJ the chest is inflated 
although much air is not inhaled, Med. 190. 
1, 10, 12, 191. 1 &c, Hormizd 3078. 

juDoJo col. 2582. Add : 1) inhaling opp. 
jl^jij&j exhaling, Med. 193. 4; )J*9 \J>o.a> 
a deep breath, ib. 123. 16. 2) ^ooi? Jfc^^> 
tlie sense of smell, ib. 61. 21, 62 ter; k*^ 
kaooo? Caus. Caus. 186. 4. 

*fio6^#jDOi» col. 2583. o-tcdpos, the parrot fish 
or parrot-wrasse, Natur 52. 18, transl. 94 
and see p. 25 11. 71. I. q. u»o»kaxD col. 2712. 

toflo (9 J^3»j») rj epT]fjLos 2ovp, wilderness oj 
Shur, Hex. Ex. xv. 22. Heb. "W. 

J»oi col. 2584. aavpa, a lizard. So corr. 
Natur 39. 7 )k*« V s !* )?cu». 

J»o.tt vocative Stouipe, Severus ; for this 
spelling add Chast. 21. 4, Jesus-Sabran 571. 
17, Sev. Ant. Vit. 277. 3. 

JfOfiD for o-Kcoplci, slag, ?oid(f Jjocd Chimie 
282 n. 4. Cf. Ujo-ciuD col. 2714. 

p-*|tCLxo col. 2584. Samaria, Sev. Ant. 
Horn. 26. 9, 10. 

<^9Qjoo Surag, a district of Khuzistan, Syn. 
Or. 323 n. 

H*cuxd a flask, ]?fcuoo .If .(Laaso/ JpaJ* 
Med. 304. 6, 14. 

wfcio col. 2584 infra, o-wpv, red vitriol, 
Chimie 3. 6 trad. 6 n. 6, 4. 5 le sori = un eel 
de fer basique, i.e. mele de peroxyde de fer 
rougeatre, trad. 8 n. 4, 42. 12. 

l^icuro i. q. (l^oLm col. 2584. (rvptyki 
fistula. Refs. J*6J 0/ J^froflo Med. 79. 16; 
pl. f. Jfc-i^o JJ^a^l^fCLtf) lb. 317. 22 
but [I'J* [li^)^^'i6i£o ib. 393. 5. 

**»*cl£o col. 2586. Add : Surtn, Head of 
the School of Nisibis, Barhad 400. 15. Bishops 
of that name, ZDMG. xliii. 403. 6, 8, 12. 

\ ls^-* 9 o« col. 2586. Colchicum autumnaU, 
ref. ^.^.icuao Med. 245. 12. 



rdloofio 



229 



WGlcO^flO 



)oI>Qjo Severians, followers of Severus of 
Antioch, M.Z. 179. 8. See JUTto]^ col. 
2 549J )^u>a« G. Busame 42. 23. 

*flDa-i^<xrD a strengthening eye lotion, 
Jju^? },»vt\ c^ «JLif osdqi^ ioao Med. 87. 2. 
Prob. same as »oi-bo>acD. 



V 



Q.A-»ko*cu» 



l.q. ^»fcsa-»i 



faxo 



col. 2586. 



(voypv dvOtKou, an astringent lotion, Med. 1 7 1. 18, 
176. 2, 215. 15. 

wLo-flo name of an Emir, Jab. 159. 4, 
160. 10. 

w .ran col. 2587. to make bare. Ethpa. 
**£&»( to be stripped, fcJLjj.L" ooif \*JL}^1 
Ephr. ed. Larny iii. 686. 16; of plane leaves, 
N, Hist. vi. 2. 3 see under &^j». 

u« > M.m, }«..«» nr> cfear, pellucid, shining, 
^o?o ^»»~flp .^^p? jk*«£d^& *++( pure and 
shining as drops of molten silver, Natur 64. 10. 

M-fn^m Arab. ^Ls^^lsn^ level ground, 
a flat, plain, gloss to ^cu^W Nars. ed. 
Ming. i. 19, course of a river, *aaJf Jii. 
»i » m » nr» 6ci\ \SJo} J»om /ie wanted to turn 
the river water into that course or on to the flat 
land, BHChr. no. 9. 

\La> col. 2588. 1) to bathe, qn«m./ jot 
i-LooT* JLj/ 75?'^ mxjw<« to bathe, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
35. 6; JLuliX t&? jCo^mv> .<a^mj they 
should take hot baths, Med. 2. 22. To spread 
as leprosy, jl^^^ loot |u«*£d s/ie was covered 
with running leprosy, Hist. B.V.M. 126. 22 ; 
K ^ci A . a,^ h~4of oU-*> Aw owe fond of leprosy 
spreads over the body, BB. col. 771. 5 af. 
under |^^= DBB. 512. 23, 

YLLeo a batlier, swimmer, add: J^ .Jlcu*. 
jtso ^np y U>±»*o Jk^*»ta beasts, fowl, birds and 
other swimming creatures, Warda 274 r. 

JLclLod col. 2589. jio^AD k^o a bathroom, 
Stud. Sin. ix. 103. 14 = \~ ~~%<s }^^ ib. 1. 8. 

JU-lao swimming, bathing. Georg. Arab. 
37-1. U'cu^o? U*oi> rags for rubbing down 
animals, BA. col. 3980. See Nold, Syr. Gram. 
§78. 

lu»na,v> fee JLcu*£0. 

Sahi river : see t*i*£o below. 



^ao. |^jqcl& col. 2595. alum from Yemen, 
corr. ^Uj. Delete the words "forte" and 
" species *. 

kflocijjbo^ao col. 2596. (TTafivos, a pot, vase, 

N^-£OJ3? loo* 0^ks^(? wCH |oO»H »JPOl.Xi^CP 

Mjl» ©^ oot fcw{j .^^j/ a golden vase 
holding four pints, containing the manna, 
Epiph. 6. i on Heb. ix. 4 VHh. 

M^x> 2r6i/oV, -a, tlie Straits i.e.theBosphorus, 
Pet. Ib. 237; W^Wl. 13. 

^0**^00 stadium, stade, Jac. Edes. Hex. 
20 n. 1. 7, pi. Ul^o ib. 1. 2, n. 1. 6. Add ttase 
refs. to Jio^ao col. 2597. 7. 

U«=o? Jo^oD wwe corne cZe belier=a conical 
melting pot, Chimie 54. 16. 

Joo^od o-roipf}, perhaps Poterium spinosum, 
an astringent plant, Galen 297. 38; ^>q^» 
DBB. 1329. 22 quoted Ar. PllnN 168. See 
Diosc. iv. 12. 

*no6?God^o col. 2597 under u»|oo^». 
(TTotxds, -ados, Lavender, Ar. PflnN. 272 ; Med. 
245- 8. 

topaaa^AB col. 2597. colly Hum, eye-paint, 
Kohl, JJLcld .o> .aaoooa^xso Med. 607. 14. 

JuOa£xx> col. 2597 for YikoQ^ear (TToixdov, 
the elements of writing, fcw^o/ )IJLdqJL-» 



? (JlStf > ji'^ 



U \ Y1 V> 0_D>J^tf> ^ *y iy i 

But. Sap. Philos. 6. 3, Isag. iii. 2, 

tooaX^ ^oq^qd 2rw/uev xaXwr, stand we 
aright, the deacon's invocation at the beginning 
of the Anaphora, Jac. Ord. R.O.C. i. 6. 

U^^9a^» col. 2598. arvTmjpla, alum, 
Chimie 12. 8, 16, U*-$-3g^W 1. 13 bis, 
^t&da&Wl. 14. 

Jfc^xi Arab, j^ttl m. a butclter's knife, 
Hist. Mon. i. 150. 16, ii. 308 n. 

*flD03iicL^D col. 2598. 21 af. aripa$ t storax, 
(socoiT.foro^^D)ix^ ot .Jb>CL^/d»aaicv^tf> 
w^o) ^*> ilojoo piso BH. de PI. 159. 

o»o><x^-flo col. 2598. a satyr. Add: pi. 
.flDfo^ii and .flood^cD, A.M.B. v. 565; ^a 
J<poj yOoMk^/ o»6*d^eo Pan and his satyrs 
were musicians, Gest. Alex. 181. 13. 



►V* 



230 



rOa\*a> 



*k» name of a Mongol Emir or Beg, 
^p *^j» Jab. 162. 2, 

^v^ -> V iy col. 2599. o-rty/xjy, a moment, 

^Nft^V/^ BH. on Luke iv. 5. 

./v* ^ a_V_^ pcrh. arciStoy, ^^ processes, 

instead of teeth it has stiff processes like 
hog-bristles, N. Hist. vii. 1. 7. 

);a^o, )jj».»^.«i o-Tixifxi, lines, Alexis 56. 6. 

wcn-^-X-^-xo pr.n. m. Stilas, Governor of 
Alexandria, Anecd. Syr. iii. 144. 12. 

p^j» col. 2600. Ethpa. y±£&cD( to be girded, 

hJ*.£h*a>} jiculs^^ Lcx^ Doc. Mon. 12. 15. 

I vs V ™ col. 260I. (Tro/Ltoo/Lta, Ste<?£, iVj-i j 

Jca^b )uju? JlliS Chimie 6. 9, 53. 19 ; Jk^Lo 
Jl^sl^jqd9 steel filings, Med. 60. 13, 93. 9. 

\\>F\ \ r*s col. 2601. o-rapudpiov, dimin. of 
ardfxvos, a wine jar, Duval. 

Jf^if^ araauipios (Duval) seditious, BH Gr. 
i. 18. 24, Sev. Lett. 203. 9. 

£l^^x> col. 2602. Ethpa. «a^&W to be 
scarified, scraped, the broad leaves of the 
plane (IL^N.o?) are a&jI^jo w*~&feJ>? ^l^oaao 
stripped off to be scraped and refreshed, N. Hist, 
vi. 2. 3 infra. ^/ ^kmv (|i v> ^ mQ() 
y-^N. taS&Lmj? a deep abscess must be opened 
that it may discharge outwardly, Med. 223. 23 ; 
A^jfcCm^a ch-^-^Os^ his body was cut on 
account of gangrene, so correct for ^^qJsd 
Pallad. 162. 19 = A.M.B. vii. 91. 

I&^oo m. pi. incisions, Med. 47. 20. 

^askw«>/ see under ||m3aai Suppl. above. 

«^co col. 2604. denom. verb from ll^». 
Add : Peal pass. part. +*£-& set aside, divided : 
Nestorius was Jo»^/ ^ao jx»mSo +*£co Or. 
Xt. i. 284. 8. 

below. 



+£o see * 

v aJ^)^-i» SvXftov, Syllion y in Pamphylia, 
Nold. F. S. i. 472. 9°* 

<£>©»&» col. 2607. 1. Pers. a^L^,, Turk. 
Kara Dagh, Black Mountain, in Azerbaijan, 
Jab. 35. 9, otoiofAA) 120. 7. 



JJos^no col. 2607. 2 of par, a sibyl. Corr. 
ref. $0 Jlcuao col. 2554. 

i£ocu^u£o Sibariusl •= Syrianos, Head of 
the third and last School of Nco-Platonisni, 
BH. Hebraica iii. 25 r. 4 af. 



.^^0001.2607. Seistan, add: J^ca^o 
Syn. Or. 43. 19, *k*m*^o Chast. 70. 9. 

juL^tto^o inhabitant of Seistan, Chron. 
M in. 355. 6 ; U^m^no the language of Seistan , 
DBB. 18. 20, Coupes ii. in. 

tm*i^ao m.pl. Lat. signa i.e. statues (or 
standards) Stud. Syr. ii. 4. 1-5, ,m 1 ^^ 
ib. 3 ult. 

«Iao denom. verb from )+*& to cover with 
lime. Act. pi. m. ^»»»m*io Dion. 224. 9. 






pr.n.m, notary of Abusta, Bp. of 
M.Z. 68. 55, ZDMG. xliii. 



) 
Adiabene, J jo 
401. 14. 

jUii^^^fio Epiph. 44. 31. Corr. ^n^otf 
from aiTiKov, of ivheat. Cf. Hesych. /capos' 
fierpov (TtriKov, ZA. xvii. 89. 

.»6»o»-*-od 1 sandarach, Med. 65. 4. Cf. 
ooJjI^lcd and *£x>ciU£o col. 2674 and Suppl. 



>oj>o^flo see joJ^cd col. 2620 and Suppl. 

IL^o col. 2610. Add : »qj/ U*o ^jso |^L^> 
JkL^JLj the tamarisk is of the nature of 
brushwood, G. Busame 57 b 10, given as an 
equivalent of Uxa and JH/, other names of 
the tamarisk, ib. 11. 13-15. Cf. |io Suppl. 

Ji^^oo col. 261 1. Lat. situla, a bucket. 
Add : BHGr. i. 21. 13, Georg. Arab. 35. 16. 



»j^*jq0 Silverius, Bp. of Rome 5 36-53 7> 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 288. 7. 

J^c£^ix> col. 2 6 1 1 . <ri\\v(3os, ])lbo, a fringe 
or tassel — an unimportant appendage. Used 
as an expression of humility, S. Fraenk. ZA. 
ix. 6. jLoci\«jap ^w^it thou shalt be accounted 
no necessary part, Tekkaf. 95. 

|ujq.\ ».cp col. 261 1. 1) (tcjXtjv, a gutter, 
channel. PL drains, Jab. 136. 3. Metapb. 
U*oi>? [joiltt channels of the understanding 
blocked by drink, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 517 pen. 



Cl.tAite 



231 



r^ictAiito 



A cylinder, tube, |jo\>m «^JS.o .s JjoJ oao 
Chimie 44. 11. 2) Solen, the razor-fish, pi. 
lJaV»ra N. Hist. vii. 2. 2. 

«o»*^*& col. 2612. o-fXi'^tov, add : ^»»»\*f» 
i_i«*oll a title-deed, Ant. Patr. 306. 8; 
]u»*^i» an astronomical table, De Astrolabe 
249 bis, 255. 1. 

^w» col. 2612. 1) vtWtov, sella, a seat, 
Mar Kardag ed. Feige 44. 1, ^^00 ib. ed. 
Abb. 54. 4. 

ya^a^ip col. 2612 pen. (Tt\(f)tov, a plant 
the juice of which was used for food and for 
medicine, yl«-^J?' L'f-^/ i* 10 ) \*- °* | N > " *> 
Jk^koojbe »*,;&» SI Z7c\+* (Pers. ^Ixxjl) BH. 
de PL 152, Silphium is Laserpitium, Ferula 
Asa foetida, carminative, desiccative, digestive; 

(ei>«J-»w<i Ows-d-a.) Silphium is the drug Asa 
foetida and the root of the same plant, 
Galen 296. 16; »ouaX*j» Med. 299. 6. 

yQ-A^u>-ao col. 2613 infrsi. o-ripdnv, add: 

1) ash 011. a sign, a point, fcsJ^-^o? »cuaa*£D 
^a+9 ^d \A J^-Lof yOt^j.i3 fcw^o/ ILaajw 
a point immediately over our heads i. e, the 
zenith, De Astrolabe 78 pen. yO-^oa-^-oo 
. nri -v^^ ^< ]^o o( jfc^ixul the meridian 
])oint, ib. 265. 4, 267. 3, 268. 9, 273. 8. 
The North Pole, ib. 270. 11, v oom1^/ <x^g9 
|,»-Na-Lip l^-*j)o/ y> t x> J r .ba_j ib. 272. 1. 

2) The mark of a scar, A.M.B. iii. 236. 1. 

]f|u^ a 7war^ at which archers aim, Sev. 
Ant. Horn. 25. 8. 3) a mile-stone, cf, Neo-Heb. 
?0*D; pi. tfjL<i> J^LfV ^--» Op. Nest. 131. 
10, Nold. in loc. ZDMG. xxxv. 499. Col. 
2614. 4 co rr. for Einladung, Ankiindigung in 
BHChr. p. 11. 4) shorthand, cypher, ofco 
|ujfiL*tt^ in Geheimschrift, A need. Syr. iii. 
123. 14 but ;JtV»( iQ-oa.Aflas> <**{o fcs*»^»a.^J 
.e^Xv in few words, as it were in shorthand, 
Hist. Mon. i. 218. 6, 386. 5. 

^*i t ;~ Wfo arpvpis, emery, )&Id ua^^N^oo 
J^oqjw? Chimie 9. 5. 

»*tt col. 2614. The Moon god of the 
Chaldaeans, Sin. Cheni. silver, Chimie 42. 6 



unless asem = Egyptian silver is meant, see 
pp. 230, 232, and p. xx. Name of an idol, 
Lag. B.N. 46, Jul. 146. 13, 22; B. 0. i. 
327 b Syr. 12 where the prefix prep, o is 
mistaken by the translator for part of the 
name. 

^*jcd Pael coirj. of Asa. to shoe, put on shoes. 

)&cUa£o col. 2615. Sinope. Add : *m>£> ax^oo 
Vit. Mon. 13. 4. 

name 



A.M.B. ii. 651. n, see 
of a river. 

U.L^fln col. 2615. 2) [ » 1 ',' nr> children of 
Canaan, Chron. Min. 356. 8. 

] ; v ^ , ro col. 2616. o-elirrpov, a brothel, 
S. Fraenk. ZDMG. lvi. 99. For Guidi's sug- 
gestions on this word see Nuovo MS. 63. 26. 

^dLh\o,a nt\.A-oo correct >m*mfl.fl » m * nr» 
2€(Toyxo(ns, Sesonchosis, King of Egypt, Gest. 
Alex. 71. 12 as ib. 70. 14, ^o ciia.*..L*..on cu^xo 
ib. 173. 16, ^aflAj^ai ib. 76. 5, ^cocnaim.flo 
ib. 225. 11, 226. 4, 252. 2. 

.o* ;^£LmM*£o (Tio-vfjifipiop, mint or a similar 
aromatic plant, .Q^po^m*tt N. Hist. vi. 
4. 1 infra; JlsLJ .©» *\Z^i\ ; ^vi en«£o Mud. 
607. 2. 

^£cu£o col. 2617. perh. participle of Pers. 
^,-w^w to hop, pimp, some small bird. The 
passage quoted by BB. is given Natur 24. 16, 
see transl. 49 11. 

)l;-m »,m col. 2617. a company, add: 

the soul freed from matter takes its place in 
the company of intelligences and becomes divine 
like them, But. Sap. Theol. 1. 1, 4. 8, o»}Jl 
Jk^a^i-^ )l» nwnn.a, Warda 140 r ; Takhsa 
49. 11. 

Mci^^qd col. 2618. pi. <rt</>o>i>ff, fire-hose 

Usix^ see to what a height water-pipes send up 
and spray the water, Ephr. Ref. ii. 35. 16. 

)iocui» col. 2619. Lat. securis, an axe, 
It'cu^md ^qj/ ox*m9 A.M.B. v. 534. 12. 



<*> a 



■ lint 



oo 



232 



*u 



JkXD 



a» Qa^aAaxjd var. tfrt'riftNnfl** SikcXiko?, the 
Sicilian gulf, Jac. Edes. Hex. xi. n. 

^ . » ; ^ ^ ^ col. 2619. anything secret or 
private; a private room, ya^»; n » *n^ , ^J^- 
A.M.B.v. 559. 16; a fc^gr, ya^yfl>. ? m\ »cm^ 
A<? opened tJie letter , ib. iv. 320. 14. Cf. 
*ci^»^ajCLoo col. 2572. 

ZL» o-ftpa, a new section or chapter, Chimie 
11. 19 &c, lao id. ib. 16. 3, 9; )&***>? i*&> 
^***% JJL*# ^^^ section entitled Hidden Power, 
ib. 50. 3; 233 n. 3. 

yi*i*i» ^m>, Dn^n "W, <Ae £0?^ of Songs, 
Eus. ed. Maclean 416. 10. 






li^» col. 2619 infra, o-ftpa. pi 
BHGr. i. 31. 8, JL*o»?? &*»{<**»! «o» J^j» 
j)j^fn^k j h— '^ t^V-* JJo a solid gold chain, 
not a twist of many strands, ib. 14. 19. 



. 4 

90fi 



op col. 2620. A later spelling is 

>oJ»om^> see below. Arab. .^j^-i to 2iapoovpav, 
Siarzur, a mountainous region between Arbela 
and Hamadan, see Yakut iii. 340 f. Syn. Or. 
683; 109. 5, 128. 19 &c, Hist. Mon. ii. 
211. n. 3, Pers, Mart. 264, Or. Xt. i. 310; 
Jab. 288. 7 ; ZDMG. xliii. 403. 4, 405. 2, 
406. 15. ,9oJLo> Chast. 34. 12, jojo^ao city 
and bpric, ib. 39. 6 af. 

.Q^Eif^rD Sirmium, on the Save, Or. Xt. 
i. 90. 6. 

col. 2620. a siren, add : pi. 



Natur 26. 11, sing, ^tu^w ib. 1. 15, Warda 
246 v. Col. 2621. 18 corr. jpooo it is wont 
for )» t JSj0o. 

^»clU^*-td 2ipIi/or, perh. Serenus, Bp. of 
Augusta but Brooks translates the Syrian, 
Sev. Lett. 128. 1. 



fY Q ^ i^ flfl 



col. 2621. minium, add: Chimie 



51. 12 ; pi. Uia-»«-uBo (TtpUta, red pigments, 1. 17. 

«j» col. 2622. Pa. ysxo to nail, add: 
]&*»&*»«* }*<S^ )ooi ynrriv> oom^ to sandal 
was studded with tharp nails, Josephus vi. 
15. 17. 

JfcLoi pi. \*£ a peg, stake, proverb Jt^aiao 
i^O ) J^aaoLs one peg drives out another, 



Pallad. 167. 7. End of par. Hm^v>a Jiue 
boils on the privy parts, Med. 105. 1 ; BB. 
under *reoLoJ col. 11 14, DBB. 684. 23 under 

y» Pers. csIL^, Arab. aiS, arsenic, Chimie 
101. 20. 

jLaoa. |>flftvfc col. 2624. a clyster \A^oJo 
[suit* a sharp purge, Med. 42. 20. Pointed 
y&skso BHChr. 220 ult., pen. 

jLouIsfcLm^Si expectation, col. 2624 under 
)*3cl£0, trs. lower to follow ^U^otsnnV>. 

j.ft^v^^v^^i^ o-XoXaoriKof, an advocate, 
barrister, Sev. Ant. Vit. 39. 11, o^u^jsoVq^td, 
Jo. Tell. 63. 14. 

P .V ** - V ** ^ ft -**-*» col. 2626. <rxo\a(TTiKi], 

jurisprudence, add : Sev. Ant. Vit. 81, 8, 
225. 3, R.O.C. vii. 106 n. 2. 

*oi«axp col. 2626 infra, axivos, Pistacia 
lentiscus, mastic tree, Med. 52. 10, 145. 7, 
yOUAi»? \LLo* ib. 50. 10, 51. 6, 14. 

)*r>'r>m Sakhlndye, a race descended from 
Aram, Chron. Min. 356. 19. 

, ^A£o col. 2628. Ethpa. 1. 15 of par., after 
Eom. i 21 add: +d 1q n.\ )k*duJL»boo V 
*^JL»kco . Vfi^^ ^> VHh. Rom. i. 20, and 
quoted BH. in loc. Aph. '^jaW add : to 
advise ^i mv> *-D **©»CLaa^*f ^ao? ^o oo» 
^aajud Jl ta w/w> iw'ZZ wo£ receive advice from 
his friends, Kal-w-Dim. ed. Bick. 24. 9. 

(J^dQLtt, JtLXicLfio col. 2629. 5 of par. 
ideal, according to tlie idea opp. ku^o-flo 
literal; o*©» fc^-o^aae >m»m^o»& ^*? M-»«-^ 
p-*-£D? o'o* l^X.DCLao *^o p j nnf But. Sap. 
Periherm. 11. 4. 

cl^oad, )lV\.im col. 2630. folly, fault, 
add: o\anr> Jl? ^jl V pupils who do not 
repeat without a mistake, Sev. Lett. 195 ult. 

)uiok>\f>flp intelligent ; fern. Jfci*JofcJSifl» 
BHGr. i. 25. 5. 

) Y K * ~ (rxo\dpwi, the Imperial guards, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 219. 25, ),, \ 1 »( ib. 
233. 20. 



y^&t 



233 



pdi^l\oo 



pais col. 2632. Ethpa. ool^Lfio/ 2) add : 
to be shaped or formed in a mould, col. 226 
under Jl3dcl»/. 

jia&dafio shaping, moulding, U y/ J*.a.a_» 

a heavy substance which does not readily 
admit of shaping is an earth or of earthy 
nature, N. Hist. ii. cap. v; l^wJL^LST Jjlaoi' 
llao?o* UaJxL&o ib. 5. 3. 

.r^.fir* pr.n.m. Alax^Sj Aeschines, Probus 
98. 5, 141 n. 

^xa> col. 2652. delete the line. 

fl^™^ from Assyr. muskinu, Littmann 
Z.A. xvii. 262 ff. A modern meaning is 
leprous ; the cry of lepers in Jerusalem is 
Ana maskin, ana m'askine. Babbula cared 
especially for the [1^ ct\ \a dwelling outside 
the city and built a hospital (lazar-house) for 
them, Ephr. ed. Or. 202. 19, 203. 25 ff. 
Add : H*J ^jira.^p wretched is this time, 
Nars. ed. Ming. 210. 3. 

IL'djjxooJtt poverty, add: of the monastic 
life, )lon™^\ fso^ii/ C.B.M. 1096 a. 

;iu» Ethpa. J>ls&} denorn. verb from )U^> 
to be shielded, o*oj£i»/ Hormizd 1684. 

)los£a> col. 2636. a bolt Add: impounding, 
U*n>? )iJ>Qjso Dion. 235. 17, 21. 

)'Jlos col. 2637. a stoppage, obstruction, 
11. 3-5 of par. add: J^d^Jjso?©P>? J'*ax» ^>t 
tcov anXdyxvow i^paKTiKov, Galen. 242, Med. 
16. 13, 53. 4, 57- l8 > 6 3 ult - 

JJuiai shield-shaped \*jU>J* f?& ^a^ 

But. Sap. Philos. 5. 2 infra on triangles, 
JLajucufc^! JLi£a» \j) ib. 

cr*^ n« col. 2637. €<rx«pai, scabs over burns, 



*jp»aoft 



tft 



V 



«JdQ>? 



add : Galen. 242, 
Med. 65. 8. 

k—jl-JQi l^^ from l^cu*; ann col. 2637. 
m <Ae maimer of Judas Iscariot, Syn. Or. 
172. 8. See quotation under I^JjLUs. 

)L^ col. 2627. Ethpe. uJ^I^-aof to be 

depreciated in value t But. Sap. Econ. 1 . 2 infra. 

Ul^&xx£ vile, waste, Hormizd 497, 895. 



2710 



tfiofcu&JLao Pleroph. 29. 3, iflo^^Uia 
ib. 128. 13, ^pQjja,3o\a) Pet. Ib. 70. 21. 
Vars. of ^q.^lwwol^cv.XlLop col. 2640. 
Salofacialus, nickname of Timothy, Bp. of 
Alexandria. 

J^^-j» col. 2641. Geop. 17. 28 corr. 
Jb^CLtta Fraenk. ZA. xvii. 89. 

>m^\nn col. 2641. 9 of par. corr. M^Sfcoo. 

aaocu^ r N, no mistake for kflocu^Xot and 
*a>a*jJJ/ llelladius, Nold. F. S. i. 473. 118. 

jJo^op col. 2643. pr.n.m. add: |l>o\w 
«x»9o(? Silvanus of Urim, one of the twelve 
Bishops who consecrated Severus, Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 319. 9, Or. Xt. ii. 270, ^cuci^d id. Sev. 
Ant. Vit. 321. 7; Charms 10. 19. 

jD0^i9ci\tf> see ux>to-*2>JL» above. 

|^gQ.\flc> col. 2643. vekevKLs, -iSa, a bird 
which eats locusts, Natur 37. 3 ff. has the 
same as BB. 

)to,>kty> col. 2643. silurus, the shad-fish, 
Ar. FischN. 50, Aiist. Apol. ^-. 9, perhaps 
a misreading of al'Xovpo?, Bensley 62. For 
the name cf. ZDMG. lxi. 637. 

r> y\^ 2o.\tg>v or 2o\tok, Salton a district of 
southern Palestine, Pleroph. i. 7, 177, B.O.C. 
iii. 361. 

^N*» <r€\\iov : see »»\»flo Suppl. above. 

*a».N m col. 2642. Seleucia. Cf. )3cLd 
col. 1693-4. 

^jqo Salakh, a Church province 011 either 
side of the Mountains of Kurdistan, JtL( 
yKco) B.O. iii. i. 478 and 482 = Hist. Mon. 
i. 108. 8, 109. 2, 3, Jfcl.1^ y&co Outer Salakh, 
west of the mountains and round about 
Arbela, B.O. iii. i. 470 = Hist. Mon. i. 109. 3, 
JfcLi^«^y» Inner Salakh, on the border of 
Azerbaijan, B.O. iii. i. 479 = Hist. Mon. i. 
no. 16. See ib. ii. 240 n. 5, Pers. Mart. 
243-245. Trs. hither the refs. under ^j» 
col. 2642 excepting the first of them. 

)ux>^» col. 2644. Salamia, a bpric. under 
the See of Antioch, add: Or. Xt. ii. 270, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 319. 11, 3 20 - 5» 3 21 - 8 > vais - 
jJoao^LoD and JJdiaa^i ib. 1. 2. 

h h 



r<L-k*»L» 



234 



r£icniCL5afl& 



[A v> XI co an aperient medicine, Med. 
569. 2. 

Jf«xaa2iflD col. 2645. ^ ie salamander, add: 
Natur 63. 6. 

^.^x^^octo (<TiXeVnoi/, silentium) |l » fr 1 N m 
(KOfxftePTov, conventum), a secret meeting, Privy 
Council^ Anecd. Syr. iii. 221. 18; jL^iNao 
only, ib. 217. 15, ^a^jXo> ib. 219. 11. 

*£d a* ;J3 jl&^fio see ^flofcuajlflo above. 

vQ^ra col. 2646. to rise. »/ ^onJonr>i>? 
o*lbi*-^>r )^a\£D they went to try if his mind 
would rise = they tried to get a rise out of him , 
Pallad. 478. 4. To refer, [m*j La^ %a\nr>? 
referring to the aim of the book, Probus 
88 ult. Pass. part. >n « \ m sublimated, 
distilled, Chiniie 39. 7. Ethpe, ^^Es^f to 
set oneself up, ^jaX^Lco^a ) r «NaN.l£a *6c*^> 
el^k)oo ooot they set themselves on a level 
with the disciples and rebuked them, Pallad. 
104. 8. Aph. oxif 1) to rise as a river, 
)L» \V JLfl.m-va J*om ^o<x^j >flm> the Nile 
will rise high, Bk. of Shem iii. 5, 112. 18, 
113. 9, 115. 17. 2) to raise, add: to raise 
the voice in song, the siren J^Aaadcl^d (jam-i 
oiU;n^ Natur 59. 8. 3) to lift up, place 
above, U*&+20 %-X J>ol^9 >nm..v> *o Takhsa 
6. 10. 4) to distil, ^xl\*^ *fl^/ r Chimie 
25. 3, 28. 16, 36. 10, 39. 18. Pass. part. 

[flflftv sublimated, distilled, [£&*-&> J1L Chimie 
22. 21, 24. 14 = «Aa2^j»9 JLL ib. 39. 7, JjW& 
<^cuj? sublimate of mercury, ib. 1. 14. PL 
l^ ftffl^ o )Jbo ib. 2 pen., Uornv^ |l1» ib. 27. 14, 
^»Q mv> » t^Ia? J*cu» ib. 25. 2, 

Lft-fl o/ col. 2649. sublimation, Chimie 
40 pen. 

*aAi, }nnnv> m. 1) Wse of a river, o»q^j 
o»nm^o o>!^ ui£Qj J»op iAe AYfo 101 K me to 
its full height, Bk. of Shem 112. 18, 115. 17, 
OfcOuocoot o*^*9 ib. 113. 9. 2) ascending, 
rising, [lx>? [ exrtws jpJ^ when the water 
rises in vapour, Chimie 36. 9. 

jafltwip, l^fiii^ f. 1) dvayvyfj, expectoration, 
Hippoc. v. 12. 2) )aJAa,? Jl^jxoa^o sunrise, 
Georg. Arab. 19. io ; 20. 13. Cf. 



3) sublimation, distillation, f+mi )„ r> m^ o 
Uv;i^=> Chimie 22. 1, *on»ino>i» Jloocoo ib. 

57. 18. 

Uiim^o pi. of l^ioai ascent, col. 2651. 15* 
"staircases" Zach. 359, Guidi thinks this 
means coenacula, upper rooms to which ascent 
was by outside stairs, Zach. ed. Guidi 221. 1 
Syr. 8. 

)lcf I Q\&Las:& f. the being made to rise, 
JJjui Uj^i lcLLfiX]&ttL& N. Hist. ii. v. 3. 

^ c^Nflp name of a river, Dion. 96. 18. 

|y»o^? [ **\en col. 2652. gentian, Med. 264. 
16, 607. 7. 

]i^s> ojl^^O* ju*~? loai this is quoted 
from Galen, ed. Kiihn xiii. 350, Ar. PflnN. 
38 under JN/. Correct {Lepidium) latifolium 
to sativum. 

^►iL jx£o or ^»»k s\m lit. blood of two 
(brothers) ^jyj*^ *j. Dragons blood, 
a dark red resin from Calamus Draco, stops 
haemorrhage, Med. 64. 22, 65. 2, 211. 6, 9, 
667. ^qld! «* o5^{f ^»»koofio o» U*jL? I^sof 
i.e. Dam-Akhouen (see above) Chimie 42. 12, 
50. 6, 7, Ar. PflnN. 274, 424. 

.*»« v ^w *» col. 2656. Symbatius, an 
Isaurian bishop, Sev. Lett. 75. 19. 

^fP^ft; Nftfv> 2r)fi€ioypd<f)os, shorthand writer, 
surname of John the Sophist, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
12. 1. See R.O.C. iv. 437. 

J^^QLfio col. 2656. broken wheat, cuot *OOD 

Epiph. 4. 

J^vJn™ col. 2656 infra, bud or flower of the 
vine, jfVvinoo Jtiaa^o |>ru.V- are seen at one 
time on vines at Antioch, N. Hist. iv. 4. 3 > 
Med. 573 pen. 

frcoftg) col. 2627. m. 2/ie saM« or marten, 
Jjojsaxp? J^mi Med. 587. 10, 589. 5. 

JboiiGLaa^D i. q. |Lj»ol.vi eo col. 2657. the 
Muraena, sea-eel or lamprey, ^joijaao-flo 

^Ae sea-eel which uses for fins a broad process 
or tentacle of skin, N. Hist. vii. 1. 1. Cf. 
wwU{p30cl£o Suppl. 



rcLlia «tqtt> 



235 



rr^in^nflfl^q 



lutein fir> col. 2657. (Tfjivpva, myrrh, add : 

JL» .0.. BH. de PI. 155, ZDMG. xliii. 127, 
Galen. 297. 30, 31, Chimie 7. 11, Med. 
606 ult., Ar. PflnN. 246. 

yo^JAxo col. 2658. parchment. See proof 
passage toJ 0^0000 Suppl. 

\ - . y* *» Santa yrj, Samian earth, Chimie 
48. 19 and perhaps 44. 22. Cf. UjjoJ-od col. 
2495 and uaoctoftff*. 

^*Jua&i» name of an angel, Protection 

79- 13- 

.t*n . -sf\ /v^ 1) 2a/Lt(o? [Xi^off], Chimie 2. 8. 
2) name of a demon, Charms 84, Prot. 54. 

^>ftn» tJie ichneumon, BB. under Jjo^J^ 
col. 2684, Duval 1427. 

.^^\ .^^ col. 2658. Corr. uaeo^jJuD to 
*fioafi^o)^J taxus, tJie yew. 

col. 2658. (Tfivpis, emery : cf. 
Suppl. 

y **\ cr> col. 2659. 3) to arrive, reach 
a destination, with X add: Jul. 13. 27, Mar 
Kardag 50. 11, 57. 4, with o 61. 5. Metaph. 
to attain o n vi nr> |^o^( J£iojj J^Vr*\r-^ 
(so corr. for cl^ja^o) Plillad. 127. 18. Ethpa. 
tfJolfLtni 1. 8 of par. to be supported, sustained 
with food, add : part, ypfcs^ v>1^qxsp Ephr. 
cd. Lamy iii. 425. 

)K* f A >k ~ or JkLJL^a^a-joo f. pi. Prob. 
)^-'V.' Sft n» pass. part, of ^acLoo su])ports of 
a flooring or step, ^-»L>L k-aoo; -fr en -& 

DBB. 1815, Thes. col. 3677. 

)>nA™ col. 2662. the left. JI'c u SL ^ xp f. the 
being on the left side, Apis, transl. 19 n. 1. 

\> #\J.2* m . pi. JJjj£*-*u£ those on the left 
side = the worldly, opp. JL ^ Ii oa * those on 
the right hand, Syn. Or. 166. 14, 15; opp. 
mi»T Is. Nin. ed. Bedj. 88. 12. 

UnA ^ nt> col. 2663. left-handed, unlucky, 
Tekkaf 140. 

»CLauaxL^a-flD i. q. ^^i^^^ff col. 2664. 
Origanum, marjoram, Med. 40. 15, 80. 21, 
266. 5, v oa^ni^CLi ib. 148. 4, 9, Ar. PflnN. 
41. 135. Cf. *,a^J«^o Thes. and Suppl. 



^>.V-Na.tf> col. 2663. Arab. ZIsl+JI* to read 
Holy Scripture. To say private or public 
prayers, Goldziher ZDMG. xlvi 44, Schwally 
ib. Hi. 143, Fraenkel ib. p. 511, Schulthess 
ZA. xix. 134. Ethpalpal^^aoI^W to choose 
poverty ; to renounce gain, 00L "^JSOoJ^caj 
Joa^CLfiQ.3 Tekkaf 162. 

JLaoooLflo simple or poor clothing, cf. 
Unvktins 1. 2 of par. J^oi^? Ib o odLco 
Philox. 14.4, opp. )U,ci£\» J]S^>» ib. 23. 10, 
Ephr. i. 82 bis, ed. Lamy ii. 343 bis. Hence 
monastic garb, JL^»ax»o Jlo«-»JL> Hist. Mon. 
i. 24. 17, Jul. 288. 12. 

PV \ x v* ™ <*> add : renunciation, 

renunciation is extreme endurance in all 
adversity, Op. Nest. 24. 12. Wretchedness, 

yofcJV ^>»ll£rnS> A.M.B. vi. 403. 5, 

■f*^™ col. 2665. Pad %a-^ao to dye red, 
- ^ es sr\ /v>v>* I *\ ^Ng% StpfjLctTa rjpvSpoSai'coptva, 
Hex. Ex. xxv. 5. To redden, to gild,Chimie 2. 1. 

I jav>dtt> col. 2665. adj. add: 1) <f>ai6v, 
drab i. e. a colour intermediate between black 
and white, Cat. Ar. Jac. Edes. 16. 4. 2) red, 
JLojmdqcd J^/ minium, Chimie 14. 9, = gold, 
ib. 12. 4, )k.a-NPCLflo jvx** gold dinars, Journ. 
As. 1907, 350. Subst. pi. iiL^booD sinopis, 
earth of Sinojie — red ochre, Chimie 7. 9 trad. 
J 3 n - 3j cornel berries, ib. 45. 4; rhubarb, 
Med. 98. 23, 170. 14, 294. 10, so correct for 
|ibo.\aLor> JAGS. 192. 17, 196. 3. Sing. Med. 
59. 8. A litter or palanquin covered with 
red, as in India now, Jfcs^o? J-cuaocLco a bride s 
litter, Ephr. ed. Lamy iv. 627. 13. 

1 La!ftj£> cuoo col . 2666. Add : being flu sft ed t 
red in the face, Med. 44. 5, 234. 6 ; Jtoja-ioso 
)l.Ll£» redness, inflammation of the eyes, ib. 
91. 21. 

looNrifip col. 2666. red, \& h\ . y L a > [+~* Ted 
plums, Med. 557. 1, 13. Jl^jDaiQ-cio K*#o> 
a disease, ib. 575. 3, n. Subst. perh. sumach, 
pi. ib. 560. 11, 562. 17, 565. 19, 568. 22. 

\±A vn^ j; reddening, producing a red colour, 
Chimie 1. 1, 42. 8. 

H h 2 



r?&\ OinJtaauM 



236 



r£toa> 



llcLio jA najo f. dyeing red, imparting a red 
colour, rubef action, Chimie 18. 5, 20. 25. 

J£aaj» a broad-leaved plant with waxen 
flowers, Med. 599. 19. 

^Y>m marten', see above, p. 234. 

MO»- v x g> Samaruna, a monastery on Mt. 
Ephraim in Palestine, Cbast. 9. 2, 24. 5. 

yi ^fl fl p Samran, capital of the Jewish King 
who persecuted the Himyarites, Journ. As. 
1907, 450 ; Barthold, Christenthum in Mittel- 
Asien, v. 16. 

^flo col. 2667. to filter, clarify, \lx> yQxo 
Chimie 13. 20, JJLaa o»i.v> ya*> ib. 1. 21, 
83. 14. 

h±a> col . 2 6 6 8 . ]li ooo f or J { clixjo hideousness, 
ugliness, otljojso [l+^m Jac. Sar. Horn. iii. 
216. 12. 

Ma^ro Turk, jjlsaw^, sanjak, a standard, 
the Yezidis give this name to a bronze 
peacock, the symbol of Divinity, Yezidis 105. 7, 
ji^lod ib. 3 af., 121 11. there are seven of 
these, ib. 107. 9, Mt. Singar 18, 5, 7, 
J*oK3 k^xoo/ ib. 20. 5, 23 n. 

^^£o Ethpal. ;^l£flD( to ask intercession 
or influence, ^ o» Tv> oooi ^^^tTmv> Jab. 
88. 10. 

«ju» col. 2673. Sindh, add: Dion. 88. 16, 

Uoueo peoj)le of Sindh, J^owoi k^2> W^jS 
J^oJLmX Brit. Mus. 2084. I2 r > 2 4 ^ i- <!• 
)u«i£0 col. 2673, Dion. 85. 10, 196. 18. 

)jlI»140 col. 2673. quercm ilex, holm-oak, 
so corr. for [1^> (J^dI^d? )LiX»/) Natur 4. 14 
and n., transl. 36, Ar. PflnN. 72. 

^ot^J-co col. 2674. 1) opobalsam or storax 

Ooto ^wJJI J-*x J^-Pj laaJ^^ yO»f .^ftrti, I Zs 

i^b* «-D? .yjfCLSO? CHJpOOA, ^©jol^f JoK .Jo>» 

Med. 607. n-14. 2) Senderus, Sandaracha 
Arabum opp. S. Graecorum i. e. realgar. 
Senderus is the resin of Thuja articulata, 
a Moroccan cypress, ZDMG. xliii. 387. 
Jf<Li uaoojufii a whitish brittle resin, Med. 
310. 7; «£0O96«_L£0 N. Hist. vi. 3. 3: see 
Jq vus Suppl. 



J*o > «.i£o col . 2 6 7 4 . 1 ) sandarach, red sulphide 
of arsenic, realgar, Chimie 46. 3, ^m^oi^xco 
L^ifJ^oo ib. 3. 2, JLa^jjJ ,m»r>»«~Lip 1, 11, 
^^9U£o ib. 10. 9, J^j*xa> ib. 45. 23. Bed 
arsenic or saffron, ©/ .}n ».»») )l pi,.»» t 00 
f<uao Ijsouojclo ib. 5. 6. Med. 170. 17, 
416. 14, &c. 2) I. q. a»o>ui» q.v. 

J*ia*j6oMj» see ^oo?ofjcwo under clod. 

Jls-^caao unknown word, Med. 161. 5. 

^ijao col. 2676. Pa el part, j^ixaao beardless, 
add ref. o»L^«o l^imv Jfo^j A.M.B. vii. 80. 

\u£qLux> beardless, jL^QJ-ijo Med. 588. 11, 
591. 19. A nickname of various men, Chast. 
55. 17 ; ^dxxo Hist. Mon. i. 94. 10, 95. 1. 

udo^jlxsd Parthian pr. n. Sanatruq, Tabari 
18 n. 3, Pers. Mart. 185. Name of a Persian 
martyr, A.M.B. iv. 169. 

pr.n.m. A.M.B. i. 430. 



uaoo 



or s*±+£D another name of river 
Gozan or Hulwan, which flows into the 
Tamara, a tributary of the Diala, tlo^Jop 
uoiflo cuoo»? Phet. 20. 8 = A.M.B. ii. 613. 13, 
oo^o ib. 651. n, Pers. Mart. n. 544; *»~xo 
Sahi n. 626. 

JJamJjoo m.pl. prob. for Kurd. JL.t , Z> 
sprigs of box worn in a Yezidi ceremony, 
Journ. As. 1896, 115, E.G. Browne's n. in 
Parry's " Six Months in a Syrian Monastery ", 
P. 387. 

*oL» Aph. inlets}* with ^JSw to cause to 
need, to deprive of, add ref. ^.jL **£uu»r ^ 
U**o* QdhamW. 186. 3; to make to depend 
upon, Ephr. Hef. i. 134. 15, 17; to declare 

» + n 1 m,v> ib. ii* 



lack, dependence, »c 
3. 16. 

J99&LUD : see Jm^jLooj. 

ol^xoo : see ©li&ao below, 



to gnaw, corrode. Pa. *£a£Je to corrode, 
fret, Poet. Syr. 99. 8. 

[cLco col. 2682. a wart — but the description 
is rather that of an eruption, vesicles; im£o 
)k'»i>n «,«,«■ ^^otsjio Jl^^o J^)o ^ a ft i? 
Med. 584. 6, 7, 9, ib. 589. 11. 



r^sazo 



237 



t<\j±jto 



\ «* «* col. 2682. vowel-points uncertain, 
m. a measure ; five sese go to one minute 
and ten to one foot, Med. 531. 10; one kaico 
equals twenty Jaxi9o> ib. 

«£Do)ltm^ col. 2682. *fi0o]Lm-£o Seseli 
officinale, meadow saxifrage, Med. 99. 4, 355. 
3, 15 and often. iLyoN-Xj^o J^*o»o ^olLocLaD 
^^\ J\x$*Si\jA\ the blossom of Greek fennel, 
ib. 607. 3 ; ^Uul eo*o ^jjj-^ vcocuXlrDjjao 
Seseli i. q. Asa foetida, ib. 1. 4. But cf. Jisol 
Suppl. and Ar. PflnN. 36 under Ul^/^ 

\ %f\ ^ ^ ™ 2daifia f a town in Cappadocia, 
Greg. Carm. ii. 39. 17- 

*a>o*±+£a.£x> name of an idol, corrupt for 
Dionysos, Hist. B.V.M. 200. 20. 

* ~» ^ (,.:») Mar Sassan, Prot. 68. 14, 
Charms 86 pen. 

JkL.m-j» eol. 2683. the medlar. Delete 
u arsenicum rubrum " j+.**\ i.-*-Vj> these words 
belong to *aoo» * 



Jcy-c» col. 2683. Pael u^-m to attack. 
Part. \j£riix> ; )fc^** ^»o^d ^ Nrroo 0^ 
l+\^xxm.+ } i-JL2>? Bahira 206. 16. 

^ V« unknown. Used to pulverize tin, 
jkNre ja>- j>o?o ud Chimie 36. 20. 

♦-Vxd col. 2684. pr.n.m. add : .x>o ^ ♦^co 
^Ls^ _j»l ^y . N co founder of H o . ft . v , 
Sassanidi 33. 1. 

JJ^Jb eing. uncertain, pi. jZiLr© Nold. Gr. 
§84. Cy perns, sweet sedge, add: \+2Lc* Med. 
239. 6, 12, K^.Lacl •> ) Zi L cn ib. 246. 13; 
Ar. PflnN. 276. 

]^ou£0 pl. JZ^cudo berries, caperberries, 
Budge, perh. the root of Cyperus esculentus, 
Med. 572 ult., 587. 5, 606. 20. 

X&» col. 2684. to abhor; §£& )J pZaa ^9 
Nest. Herac. 103. 13. Ethpe. ^£kW to 
be abhorred, ^^fcsooo ]Jo»cu ^ao G. Busame 
13 v 13, fr£& m^> with gloss. -Jb^J^ji 
Hormizd 1872. 

II'cl.^a.V^ abhorrence, v ocHlc\,^,. t , V -xp of 
JL^Iuit \*** - • the detestableness of pretended 
friends, But. Sap. Pol. iii. 4. 



ILici-Nfln what? Ahrens and Kriiger give 
excrement, Anecd. Syr. iii. 212. 16. 

IjLvxd (? )la \.) perh. 1o\<y> beet-root, Med. 
584. 6. 

».Vro col. 2686. end of par. to visit = punish, 
Jfcs^iJ^ y¥\fn» Apoc. xvii. 16 ed. Gwynn, 
who suggests ^±£oj Gr. piariaovo-iv, Bagst. 
yCLittJ. Pass. part. ^.v.ro healed, tended, 
)i*j±£no )lv> r ^>,» J$ A.M.B. v. 454. 16, 462. 14. 
Ethpe. ^L)^£d( to be cared for, nursed, tended, 
Hippoc. vi. 37. 

)tcilv» fem. JUcl^d i) adj. with 11 inactive^ 
JUo Vrn J) (Jloo») Manichelsme 108. 1. 2) subst. 
I. 15 of par. caterer, purveyor, add: Pet. Ib. 
no. 3, 15. 3) a visitor of the sick, a healer, 
A.M.B. v. 462. 4. Eccles. a visitor i. q. 
chorepiscopus and periodeuta, a priest who 
visited villages and monasteries as repre- 
sentative of the bishop of the diocese, Takhsa 
128. 20. 

);-Xt» col. 2689. hair, [xJL^f [I^jp the 
eyebrows, Med. 580. n. Jio?t )i2*£o palm 
fbre, Daniel 398. 13. ]'iS±Jo ferns, Budge, 
but perhaps )12Jd Med. 162. 4, 14; or for 
)'^Leo ib. 316. 8 as 1. 2. J^Ai^ ^£ao add: 
to ddiaiTov, Galen. ZDMG. xxxix. 268; Med. 
198. 19. 

^JS^ao denom. verb Pe. part, from j£^i 
hair. Shaggy, thick, Ui!sS\^> ;.Ok^? Jia^J 

a mountain thickly covered with trees, Ahikar 
t^o. 4. Aph. ±J±£oi* to have the hair grow, 
omwJ ;J&fiD( the hair grew again on his head, 
Pallad. 151. 23. 

)u; .;V o d hairy, ?ooju-» )*J i \ ..nr> J^^^^ oo» 
Jos. Wolflink 17 infra. 

)uJ;'\ q> hair-like, capillary, IL^LqaJSi 
^»%^9j££&aa JU^as veins and arteries branch 
into capillaries, N. Hist. vii. 1.3. 

)hLao, f. UVvxp barley. PI. only masc. 
forms, Nold. Gr. § 81 but N. B. )VhLeo s^tf 
four barley corns, used as a measure, Med. 
447. 7 but J<<^» ib. 530. 19, 23; sing. JUi 
J)?i-L? J?*a j^ )l^»? II. 20. 21. A measure 
of time, ib. 531. 17, 18. The passage seems 
corrupt. 



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238 



r^\o\°Htt 



?Hx» place-name col. 2692. Add: Seert, 
near Arzun, Chast. 14. 12. 

s^cd col. 2692. to burn. Ethpa. &&%*u>{ to 
be inflamed with love, j m \ r> )©>-X( ^J** 
lsJ2L2>HLa>r Alexis 59. 7. Aph. &~a>F to set 
fire to JfcsX^? )lm^Q^ ]>cu oJ^m} y Jul. 51. 11 ; 
i-c^-i? J*a-> ^.<y\^> cuijso Nars. ed. Ming. 
224. 2. 

k—j^*?™ co ^ 2 ^93* Add: hastily, Anecd. 
Syr. iii. 135. 17. 

J&Sooo col. 2693. conflagration, Hormizd 

1273- 

\j£-£c col. 2694. to heap up and Ethpe. 
«*-3fcw£o/ to be heaped together', see refs. in 
Dion, under ^-co Suppl. 

\JLJd, )k? 9> m col. 2694-5, 1. 14. Add: 
[suxi \sl£o filled to the brim, Chimie 59. 14. 
Metaph. )^9tm-> J^ajoo «a!^j£>fco the churches 
will be crowded, Dion. Ined. 488. 2/3. 

)\pi co col. 2696. Sepia officinalis, the 
cuttle-fish, Med. 92. 3, 607. 9; Jla^f JfclfiL&D 
cattle-bone, dentifrice, ib. 169. 21, 173. 22. 
Cf. [&**>, )\.&+£o Sec. col. 2618. 

.^ \^ t*\ cs ™ acpdiceXos, gangrene, caries, 
Hippoc. vii. 46. 

•3^o col. 2696 infra. to quake for fear, L^-00 
)>a^ l^i*2» t>flm^ i>om^ &ocLo the Israelites, 
quaking with fear, stood like a flock of sheep 
among the mountains, Jac. Sar. Horn. ii. 36. 
13; o^k jilmJ? ib. 71. 8, yOo o\ *a^o 
yOw^k^? Jul. 79. 25; Ephr. ed. Lamy iv. 
511. 1. 

114.00 1) i. q. )^ajoo( col. 311 and Suppl. 
a wine measure, Dion. 107. 21. 2) for ju»£a£ 
a pillow, by metathesis, put a bat's head 
ul>ama m %/ pillow, Med. 589. 2. 

yO?<*-2L-m col. 2697. Correct; the best 
reading is y?©<Ha-co for y^o^oo Pers. ^jlj^.^^ 
Syriac pronunciation being responsible for the 
change of o to o. Spahbedh, General, Tabari 
444. Cf. »-», ^o ». ° > fln yf( Erdnspahbedh, 
Commander-in-Chief col. 393. 

^ojsuo perh. Spanish, i*jo*£loo lL*aa Med. 
593- 22. 



fc*?a&ao col. 2697. (movbrf, study, labour 
U^ccuo^i»i> ofoa^» G. Arab. 24. 16. 

kjciaxjo col. 2698. Hex. Prov. rii. 16 add: 
UiLx) jfc^Vsl BH. in loc, ZA. xvii. 88. 

Jjjo&ao Saponaria, Soapwort, );jq&£d ui 
/ye, " «aw cfc cendres ", Chiraie 50. 8. 

); vVr^Qfts Lat. speculator, an Intelligence 
officer, a scout, BHChr. 518. 8. Usually 
written 5-oo(. 

wiuao to lurk, lie yi wait, joo^a^ ^a^ 9i oo 
Dion. 123. 11. Part. Jj^p* «oo»\ W ^ a a e 
wrath lay in wait for them, ib. 135. 2. 

yci\^«> for yCL^NfrW asphalt, bitumen, 
Chimie 8. 3. 

^^9>no Pers. -.Ij^.^*, white lead, Med. 
586. 15; l^>;»o>nr> Chimie 5. 13, 10. 2, 25. 10, 
46. 19, 47. 5, ycu^^o/ 1. 11. 

^Istloo/ denom. verb Ethpalpal conj. from 
Jlo«^^co to become like white lead, Chimie 
100. 15. 

,9t m Sphyngidae, hawk-moths 1 



t£0 



°*"^ 



N. Hist. vii. 1. 1. 

Jfcuu&ao 1) col. 2700. a ship. PI. )ts.uftop 
JiSLM <a/ BHGr. i. 34. 1, JlZ^ia jUfiL£o express 
boats, mail service, Syn. Or. 19. 9. 2) f. 
a yellow-flowered plant like henbane, with 
berries, good for jaundice jDfai JlS-J-^xc J^oX 
Jjdoo/' ^-A^go [1*6; n»\ )^?o Med. 600. 

]]^o6]^X^fiD f. dim in. of JfcLua^o irkoiapiov, 
a little boat, A. M. B. v. 370. 5. 

J^^hOd i) usually j;»Piai(. o-cfxiipa, a bally 
round mass )^2l£o *+*( **-^-o «*-** Chimie 
33.19. 2) col. 2699. (T<t>vpa, a heavy hammer, 
A.M.B. iii. 351 n., ij^t %£ ipcu**J J^oJe 

text ib. 1. ulfc. 

J^oA&ao a mushroom, gloss jy^-i ©» Med. 
564. 5, Ju^^c? l^oNftnr) same gloss 576. 2. 

JJcv\fl*r> col, 2699. Aristolochia, add refs* 
BHGr. i. 65. 14; Med. 50. 10, 196. 10, 
198. 10, \L>)\ v m ib. 49. 7, 305. 14, 354. 12, 
JL^^i ib. 49. 19, 264. 1, 14, 355. 8; 
y6c*»$L Jjo^^flo ib. 232. 1, 242. 21. 



«. 91 nr> correct j^u£o to heap up, Aid Use* 

V? '.)l^O »*» o/ Jfcs^i-O fc^>? )00^. t |jQ.\. 

Uu'n^ c»m2ljx>o o»\:*p, Dion. 126. 4. So 
correct Ethpe. **9l^x»( to be heaped up, over- 
full for ^\^w( . (sic) o ifrfcW U-^flQ^^)? )^^o 
yQo»\o Dion. 38. 19. 

*&£o Arab, ^ft— any rough substance used 
for scouring, e. g. cuttlebone or fish skin ; under 
J!c*&^jx> col. 2618, DBB. 1346; ]{oj)^4jx> col. 
2618, DBB. 1393; under ^a9 col. 3326 
DBB. 1644. 

^ft.Viot^ or yQO^^»i9>ft> 1 " tout-ct-fait," 
Duval, IsaSotLi? yOfl^JAfl) yQQ-i^o^D Cliimie 
10. 10. 

^o>~. the asp, adder, ]l^*i** jx&o> Protection 
88. 8. 

)>m«g<Y>, l^m.g^o violent, )&sm Vo>nt> JLo 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 73. 5, Jkjaol&ao Ui v storm- 
clouds, ib. 325. 23. Prob. read IV^'.'^^ 

h~>\ rn > g,nr> col. 2701. i. q. V 4 ** - ■* «* 

eagerly, often. Refs. Anecd. Syr. iii. 3. 5 af., 
215. 2, 224. 13. 

^mS^tt denora. verb. See under j^^£o». 

* 

JLA&ab col. 2701. a stool, bench, A.M.B. 
v - 577- 4j 608. 3- L. 4 of par. the presbyter 9 s 
seats, JlflftPifio ff£? )>«-oo •+> f~*&H£> they are 
to leave one row of seats for the teachers, 
before those of the presbyters, Stat. Schol. Nis. 
185. 5. 

Iftrnftm col. 2704. Saphsapha, a district 
of Marga, north of Beit Abhe, Pers. Mart. 
223, Hist. Mon. ii. 150 11. 3, refs. ib. i. 76. 7, 
»9>rfi9iflr>f tmlj'ao ib. 239. 18; )*Q^? |>°i<yi9ky> 
yoVA^? )*Uf Chast. 67. 19. 

Jfclm&ao Persian ^l.vl^w sebesten, fruit of 
the Cordia Myxa, Med. 576. 5, 578. 19. 

tojtao col. 2704. Pael ta&xo 2) to pour out, 
empty, J*«jai> ^a&Jo Chimie 28. 16, 29. 4, 5, 
00 ^*c&J*x>i Jloi'oM rivers which discharge 
into the Red Sea, Natur 48. 6. To purge, 
evacuate, Hippoc. i. 22, 14, 17, with *&, 
ib. iv. 2, J«-»*o «n 9i m to clear out a vein, 
to bleed, ib. vii. 49. I. q. Aph. to grant, 
bestow, <^L — jfcCsjias ^»o^ fcs-oo* ^&£y* 



239 %$sx> 

J^» Nest. Herac. 397. 19. Ethpa. j^tU/ 
to & purged, Hippoc. i. 3, 22 ; to be evacuated, 
discharged, ib. i. 22, iv. 2, 25, 47, ]kA3&&»& 
^flooiocLO? o»1Toa*^ o£k Med. 278. 12, and so 
corr. )jL]^nnv> 1. 11. 

[■■Q .^Q-^O C0l. 2 705. K€V(D(TtS, <f)apfiaK€ici, 

evacuation ; tf/^ evacuations, add : Hippoc. 
i. 3, 22, ii. 8. 22, iv. 18, 41, Med. 135. 19, 
I 3^- 5> 2 78- 12, )^£>* ,o3cl£o blood-letting, 
ib. 203. 2, 7, Hippoc. vii. 49. 

)l cfauftflp col. 2706. 6 of par. emptiness 
opp. )io-*. ^jg> repletion, Med. 46. 19, 24, 
i*o\ 13, 135. 19, 23, 136. 6 Sec. vacuity 

lack of knoivledge is called boorishness % But. 
Sap. Theol. 5. 5, Periherrn. ii. 5 ; )Ioq^ct> 
lkja.*fltoo JJ an infinite vacuum, Hebraica iii. 
250. 19, 251. 4. 

^fl^rg adequate, competent, )V-Q°**r Jfc^^ 
Jac. Edes. Can. 4. 13, 5. 16; opp. l^^I.v 
of the human soul, But. Sap. Philos. 7. 4, 
luo9i rn |a-la^> ib. N. Hist. ii. cap. 2. 2. 

»m»\ftQ>,flp a(p6K\Tis, lye, Chimie 12. 18. 

♦sLoo col. 2706 infra. Delete the ref. to 
1 Esdras vii. 21, that is the word ) f o> ^ 
repeated, JLqdo^xi J±*> I&jsd the scribe of tJie 
law, S. Fraenk. ZA. xvii. 88. The quotation 
from Aphr. (=ed. Par. 700. 20) = Heb. "IDD 
to recount; with his mouth he recounts the 
usual instruction. 

) » » ^ oa . )»,» g nt> tonsured, a shaveling, 
Jt*&£D JfcJLb*. moines, Chabot. Dion. 82. 16, 
100. 22. 

JLiSoi© f. filings, *^a9? )i^a<u» Chimie 
21. 14, 52. 18. 

♦iLeo, \l^m col. 2708. 17. 1) /3t/3Xor, Act. 
i. 20 ; add : Apoc, iii. 5, xx. 1 2 ter. ed. Gvvynn 
where Bagst. has ji2>bo. ool j.9k.«> ^eo! prob. 
bound in the book of his heart, Charms 100. 5. 
2) the art of writing, script) Syrians have 
seven ways of writing, .fc>fro*> X^m A*^»*J> 
•)&*SLX .called Edessene^X^ +&*>( *Ui^J 
also J^wia^ JI^d El. Nis. 95-73, 96. 
Cf. Thes. col. 2739. 3) letters, learning, 



K^G^I*) 



240 



^i^ino? 



Ju*<x^d? );Q>ft> yo.aX)L* Mar Bassus n. 133; 
[ *\ . j*.* )i9ud profane learning, Pallad. 25. 4. 

Jlo^a^D col. 2 709. learning, with Jj ignorance t 
Isoyahb. 6. 22, )io;9>g> u-^*^- Jl uneducated, 
Georg. Ar. 30. 19. 

JtLjfftmv* f. 1. q. JU^uoLao barbers shears 
or scissors, Pallad. 128. 7. 

IL^-^-jao col. 2710. the quince, BHGr. 
i. 22. 7. 

ofcu-MO ol;ft«> transliteration of Spirilu 
Sancto, Charms 6 med. Cf. J? *9 Padre. 

kilflo Arab. cX-, to drink, fc^i loftflo.7 
joocul^ ^Ju>J Med. 566. 21. 

UL\jilop <r/caX^i/oV, -q, scalene, with unequal 
sides sc. tdja^^^ N. Hist. vii. 6. 6. See 
^i.Vwfn*% col. 2718. 

(Jfcw*>) U+j\j±£b Great Scandia, an island at 
the eastern end of Ocean, Scandinavia ? Jac. 
Edes. Hex. xxxiii. 8. 

*floofjja« col. 2712. 4. Scarus, the Parrot- 
wrasse, the only ruminant among fishes, 
N. Hist. vii. 4. I, 6. 3, 5. 

)»^o»-9cl\o f> nr> col. 2713. scolopendra, 
milleped, lb*^Jo ))«—»? ^do/ |io9t\oAa 
Ji^j> N. Hist. vii. 1. 4 infra, Jj^Jofriicu^aaflo 
ib. 4, 5. yQ->» ? .i ft \cl.o nr> scolopendrium 
vulgare, harts tongue fern, Med. 398. 17. 

ai^»j'ciQ«> m.pl. Secundians, followers of 
tffiowaaiD Secundus, a disciple of Valentinus, 
Coupes ii. 116. 

urunoci ft m o-Kci/uo-etr, preparations, Chimie 
13. 6. 

ya-»?)ajaj» col. 2714. (TKopdiov, Allium 
silvestre, garlic Galen. 296. 25, J«J>> jLaaol 
Med. 51. 1, 607. 2 so correct for td*9?ojxao. 

|^9o.£l£d col. 2714. scoria, slag, dross 
|oa#Lo^ yoo^ofo M!& *#*»• UtcAx» Chimie 
5 ult., 26. 8. 

^*»oflfl) fTKtvdpiov, a utensil, vessel, Sev. 
Ant. Vit. 28. 5, Nau in loc. R,.O.C. iv. 
546 n. 1. 

*£qcluLq.aj» pr. n. m. 2kot€ip6? 9 teacher of 
Bar Daisan, El. Nis. 96, 81= ult. 



^ja^o. J^cuaao col. 2715. Chabot suggests 
Arab. Joju* base, mean, ^clood men of low 
condition opp. Jo>oj> Dion. 232. 12. 

L^ Q rr> 1) a usurer, Dion. 107 antep., 
)^jix»o U^^V? ib. 167. 14, 232 pen. 
2) a debt, ooo» ^>ot ULfc^w l^jiflo ib. 
162. 14, ult., 199. 1 1. 

dBOQ^cr\*c\m daKiaaros, unshaded, Chimie 
10. 11. 

Iu^ood Scete, Pet. Ib. 85. 20. 

jjfejj&flo m.pl. dwellers in Scete, Pet. Ib. 
85, 19. 

^nno col. 2717. Jia^ elegance, add: JLaoo 
wojOjcl^? Natur 20. n. )^v^~i JLoio Jab. 
450. 10 should be Jliaio glittering ornaments. 

ajDCLoXinao x«^to5 5 copper, Chimie 2. 14. 

yu&£o. )^jdclco col. 2719. Add: '^^o 
U;vjj Q£aa animals have feet in pairs for the 
sake of equilibrium, N. Hist. vii. 1. 1. 

ju&cua^flp col. 2719. date, y^> « ^ JJ? 
*%*£j o^oclo^oo an undated MS. and the 
date of which is missing, Syn. Or. 11. 4 af. 

jLooo-omaa symmetry, add: Lajfi-O-flcoo 
Jl^a*jsD the evenness of handwriting, Or. Xt. 
iii. 4. 15. 

\+jc\ k\ o n\ col. 2719. scammony, convolvulus, 
Med. 49. 2, 14, ^wo^a-ai ib. 50. 6, 51. 7, 
r 5> 2 3* Chimie, Cambridge MS. 74 v 6. 

j6.fli.Qflp lizard of the Nile, Med. 607. 1 

gloSS wOOCL^O* )L>?**». 

J^doi^flD col. 2721. Neo-Syr. threshold. 
So correct ]^t Jk*oaa^ fcs*~l Charms 
34. 13. Cf. iKdooa/ col. 307. 

1*000 col. 2721. Ethpe. Ush*Ao( to be detested, 
l^hJoi Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 373, t^k^o-ao 
ib. 387. 11, Warda 126 r. Pael ♦-&*» part. 
;iam^o odious, a boy at first is apt to be 
iprYivo *£*i«^But. Sap. Econ. ii. 2. 

^NcLOflD malignantly, Sev. Lett. 444. i7 # 

^^w>^q at var. ^-^~>;-n m secretarium, 
sacristy, Jo. Tell. 60. 10, 63. 5, Vit. Mon. 
77. 1. Cf. ^jQ»rr> col. 2619. 



r<\a> 



241 



Q0Ct.V»lfi0 



Ji.^0 col. 2724. 2, 3 U^£» )^a« the Ocean, 
add : U-»?3^o ^ ls^^> )p^o? U«jod Josfc* Is. 

Nin. Chabot 8*, 14 10*. 

o£ao col. 2725. to demy an accusation, 
Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 363. 9. Ethpe. *a>ftu»^ 
<o rare, )ts fl-V ^9 ofl^jao/ Jos. Weinberg 
24. 5- 

Io^d Arab, ^j^ syrup, Chimie 36. 20. 

<^Q^^i» col. 2726. (Hymn of the Soul) — 
an unknown place. Delete ref. to Nold. 
ZDMG. xxv. (so corr. for xxx.) 679 and add 
bis later opinion, ib. lvi. 431 ; Bevan's 11. 
op. cit. 19^. 

o(D;a the inner fortress of Beit Slok = 
Kerkuk, A.M.B. ii. 511 ult., Eransahr 21, 
Pers. Mart. 45. 

X^jjao Sarbat, a tributary of the Tigris, 
Chast. 13. 20. See yO)ii Suppl. p. 35. 

^./ IL^^jo ts«x^i£D col. 2726. Title of the 
Books of Maccabees. Add : 2ap(3r}6 trap&avc eX, 
Grimm Makk. xvii, Keil Makk. 22, Geiger 
Urschrift 205. Note by I. Low, ZDMG. 
xli. 360. Cf. ed. Maclean 416. 13 and 11. 

^.-xjo col. 2726. Ethpe. ^jk*-W to be 
connected, knit together, )\ - - «* )•—•>© 
J?«-«^ ^*^9&o2e? N. Hist. vii. 1. 3 infra. 
Ethpa. ^jikLco ( deuoni. verb from Jl^».£d 
to harness, <h^ ^jI^jboI J]^o;jso Ephr. ed. 
Lamy iii. 417. 10. 

J^flo col. 2723. PL jooin i^p& saddle- 
cloths, trappings worked with gold, Sassanidi 

♦^ao to write, add: Ebed J. Card. 25. 11, 
Hormizd 1326. 

J J^t clod a line. Add: Arab, o Ij date, 
^^i *W am2> Liber Turris 16. 7, 20. 3, 
^-a-jj and +*+*>} are Easter letters, see 
Chronologic des S. Sanqlawaja ed. F. Muiler 
18, ZDMG. 1. 747- 

J^o^Jo a village at the foot of Mount 
Kardo, A.M.B. iii. 446. 5, Hist. Mon. i. 
exxviii. n. 

?;j». t^>jJf;-ca-^) dtterrently, Syn. Or. 
I38. 29, 140. 6. 

2Mb 



kfloof^o col. 2731. 5 af. Correct ^oo^^J 
rd/n^o?, dried or pickled fish, ^^i 6o» U^t 
Mix/* U-J^j ^oj^jo Jjojf A.M.B. v. 
83. 1, o»o#K.^flo Pallad. 63. 6. 

k» > jj» for ^m* 9+cc col. 2722. Sardis, Brookes 
Chron. 574. 16. 

Jl^o^d a Scythian race, Ephr. ed. Lamy 
iii. 197. 

^^jo^qd adj. fstular, Med. 202. n. Cf. 

|^JQJ», Js^fOaO, JL^fCUJD &C 

jlo^od Pers. \J»)j*» " the Obedient " an angel, 
Sacred Books of the East, xxxvii. 21.8 nn. 2, 3. 
With alchemists a name for whitened copper, 
[mj+j j^o^co Chimie 3. 7, 6. 7, cuivre (saroch) 
ib. 260 n. 2, 266. 16. 

S++I20 col. 2732. pass. part. pi. f. J£s~^jod 
adulteresses, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 165. 14 
gloss JI^JLjJ. Ethpe. M f]^e/ to be spoiled, 
corrupt, |l^\1 ^d 1s.~]^X s~fk«.£D( )l^*I 
the seed rotted under the snow, Dion. 57. 16. 

kw[J*;~co viciously, Ephr. Bef. i. 67. 15. 

]±L+av5s predicate, BHGr. i. 52. 8. 

£L& col. 2738. to prick, scratch. Add : 
to delineate, draw, )L( Jfc — ^of — ^ ©t~^£ ^^° 
^L^.f he drew the sign of the Cross on the 
wall, Mar Kardag 24. 7. Pass. part. X^^as 
written about, mentioned, Js*fao )!V^co.=*? )ii*? 
Ebed J. Card. 21. 6. 

V&+& col. 2739. 5, 6 of par. a line. Cursive, 
Jacobite, or Maronite script, Duval Gram. § 9, 
Nbld. Gr. i., El. Nis. 96. 1. Cf. )1$l£> Suppl. 

U^as col. 2739. crab. Add : BHGr, i. 
22. 20. PL U^^oo kinds of crabs and crayfish, 
Chimie 6. 17. L. 4 of par. Cancer, a sign of 
the Zodiac, Med. 443-522, its colour is J*a*# 
ib. 503. 19, its country i.e. that over which 
it has influence, \^j^H Armenia, ib. 504 r. 
L. 6 of par. correct U^jJSw for Uo«-bw and cf. 
col. 3001. L. 8 of par. the disease cancer, 
Hippoc. vi. 37 ; Il%+Jb? U>[d Med. 524. 10, 1 1 ; 
pi. ib. 48. 21, 50. 1 and often. 

Jli^ir) crab-like, \.LzLot J^^* ^ H * st - 
vii. 6. 6 infra. 



k£oo«*»£o see %£oo*;flo. 



1 1 



^CVruiito 242 

yon* too = yQ-Q^^ix> col. 2740. a red basic 



T<Gb\80 



salt y Chimie 5. 8 trad. 10 n. 10. Pers. ^r* I or 

^j w**» aipiKov or o-qpiKov, red lead, minium, ib. 

2. 7, 14.8, 51.14, Med. 607.1; Uolsij yQJi+m 
fS^>j cinnabar } minium, 1. 6. 



y±£D col. 2 7 40. to adhere, stick of food, 
^£*co JL*:L^ kinds of food which stick fast, 
clog, Med. 269. 16. 



f < 



^o;-£o, [-io^-co. Add : clogging , d-*>o-D 
)Uis> ^30^1 U,cl^[ Med. 189. 23 ; adhering, 
sticking om^a!t> I^jjm ib. 216. 21, 218. 2, 
277. 24. 



)I Vi n „- »— cd col. 2741. 2) a burr, add : 
\SJ& laa^^oo ^Ae water-burr or 6z*rr re<?<i 
growing in Libya, N. Hist. vii. 4. 2. 

jfciii^oD i.q. tcoapi^o, uaaiii^o col. 2741. 
Pteris aquilina, the brake fern, 



ers. 



Med. 2x5. 5, 430. 4, 



U"^J- 



>i-oo col. 2742. Pel 8. ^y— , 8^.^ Atriplex 
hortensis, orach j&^o o* *« «^£ ©/ y^ ^ 
L-flJai JVIecL 607. 5, Ar. PflnN. 337. 

*cd±£d col. 2743. )^£o;£a^o a eunuch, add: 
nietaph. to abstain ^cusi r -_\_i/ ^.d ^^a 
tao^Aao ^> «oo) «-* ♦..» ^soo .jbo^i^ Gaza 
MS. 218 a, Maclean. 

SiJiea pass. part. v^iJ», )^*ao co '- 2 744- 
slit, fissile, JlX* ^ao II^^ the wings of birds 
op p. m~i\ > * \sL^membranaceous wings of bats, 
Natur 35. 14. 

&u» col. 2754. Ar. i-^.w to drink. 1) to 
sip, sup, Med. 566. 16, 567. 15, 573. io . 

\Jd^S ^pCua^ ^&UX>Q y f '«Ls£> COIT. *JDW» ? 

foods which contract and block the exit of the 
rectum, Med. 46. 6. Ethpe. &ih>~£e>r to be 
sucked, swallowed [xJ^H «,o ^Siiymji} \Ss* 
Med. i8r. 11. 

Ilaioo 50/< WO?S< food, 8l0j)8 \)q£± Jo* iaiflo 

\m.^\o \L\l*o Med. 181. 5. 

]Ub;ro col. 2746. Delete "naves ". The 
word is a miswriting of Jla^ro cuttlefish. 

\jo*S*£d i.q. ^0^*3^0 col. 2746. Harpedon, 
Arist. Apol. ^*. 1. 



*£0«*S^£0, U»»9*i», i.q. tffiu£;£0 Col. 2747. 

SepoTris:, -iSo?, Serapis, Gest. Alex. 69. 18; 
^•^iao ib. 70. 16, 71. 13, ^^a^^d 1. 16, 
ycu^^fo 11. 1, 3. 

yO*3^» the Serapeum of Alexandria, Epiph. 
20 ult. 

% a«3^co and yQ.^3^co names of a mountain, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 52. 4, 53. 6, 13. 

JI,^£o Kurdish Jlwjj^ Aew; Tear, the 4th 
of Nisan, J^-La, +,9 ks^oo/ )J»^» Mt. Singar 
32. 2, 6. 

jdw». MDOi-cD col. 2750. a cirrus, feathery 
cloud, Dion. 133. 5. 

Jts^otflo col. 2751. cotton umste, \)^^lxo 
)l^M^Jio A.M.B. iii. 273; waste, refuse, IL2J 
Ifc^wfio fc^oof Anecd. Syr. iv. 77. 6. 

J^ojcunji) a comb. pi. I^ifomjio BHGr. i. 
34. 2. k^£ ^^f U>»^axi what? Med. 
259. 8, perhaps a membrane over the heart, 
cf. )ja*;mj50 col. 2752, and just below. 

|~Li-£9CLm.& (jJojLJ^I.) the Pectinidae or 

scallop shells, N. Hist, vii. 2. 2. 

(jx.j.noi->o col. 2752. mesenteric veins, Med. 
267. 9; )iu»m v> ib. 329, 1. 

l-o^flcui under (Lifolmjso col. 2751. the 
metatarsal bones, the instep, o^£^>? jLo^m-^ 
U-ocut his right instep, A.M.B. i. 361. 5. 

(aiDtisiao-i col. 2752. one who can be emptied, 
Hormizd 274 with ref. to Phil. ii. 6. 

Jioaoiao col. 2753. o-a/JKOKoAXu, a Persian 
gum, *^o>JU( JliDOiD^fio Chimie 7. 10 ; ^x^siojo 
Med. 61. 1, 5, 15, 84. i, 85. 1, 3. Cf. iojJLL^. 

JLo*J3;flo col. 2753. Mohammedanism , Jac. 
Edes. Can. 28. n. 

]l*D+a> Pers. ^^J^.-, Arab, ^S^w, dung f 
U*£>;jx> o* JLa) Chimie 41. 5, 79. 5, WZKM. 
viii. 365. 

^la> name of a vilkge, an important centre 
of Magianism, Jab. 240. 4. 

♦jwOiflo see above. 

Jofc^xao col. 2755. I^I^-m.^ fc*-^ winter 
quarters, Jab. 131 med. and often. 



rd*oi\a> 



243 



r<l^x-a3^si.^ 



jllol^tt the winter plant, perl). Eranthis 
hyemalis, winter hellebore, JJolS-oo? )La^ Med. 
575- 20. 

jkCflo col. 2756. to shut oneself up, ^ 9.!^/ 
vfc^xo lits^ unless I had secluded myself entirely , 
Pallad. 675. 14. Pa. i&co to conceal, cover up, 
bury, ^njtf .cuo*? j£^> »&»j JJ* Pallad. 
88. 6, |L^t)o ofklaso oxud they laid in the 
earth and covered over, 1. 7. Ethpa. fL J^ao/ 
col. 2758 end of par. The quotation from BB. 



about woo cuu ?io( tfAe //mm is to be found in 
Natur 34. 13. 

JfLcuao col. 2758. The second canonical 
hour of service (cf. Ujsj) Jac. i.q. U^Qia 
Nest, compline, Ere v. Ant. i. Cal. 51 a 11, 
57 h 2 > 59 h 5- 

Jffcs^o Aral).^Lx-»» thyme, ni.pl. a medicine for 
the throat, &»?a ]?&*£ Med. 1 62. 3. Cf. J*l' 

]U^-£D f. a shelter or hiding place, Dion 



152, 



)tf)^X m.pl. for ))'*£. ivild asses, Georg. 
Arab. 31. 5. 

)Aj±. col. 2762. Act. part. JJLbL, [l^L to 
thicken, Us? ^*> ^.fc^ ^^^? Jchd*^. till it 
becomes rather stiff er than honey, J A OS. xx. 
188; JIdooo ow^iLx dense, stupid, But. Sap. 
Econ. n. 3 infra. 

Jfcl^X fern. i.q. *a.il, \L*L a wood, Hist. 
Mon. i. 339. 8. 

(Jorx^L m. dimin. of \A*L. a thicket of reeds, 
Hist. Mon. i. 159. 

K^ V m. thickness. The solid part of arsenic, 
Chimie 42. 3. 

t^»JIrxjL in the gross, Georg. Arab. 13. 22. 

[u*k V m. thickness, IL^** •*+( oq,.=v\. as 
thick as a cord, Dion. 133. 2. 

[list clX pi. mScLb^ thick darkness, JLlIScl.'^v. 

• oo*fcs^^»L Jooil, Odes of Solomon, ii. 231. 

JJjU30J*w (m^>) metaph. deepseated, heavy 
sorrow, Jab. 6. 4. 

«JLb* col. 2766 infra. 3) to make, appoint to 
an office, add : with %js. to make a man 
governor, Arab. J^c, Dion. 26. 6. Act. part. 
ojVoo? t ^ it has taken place, the result is 
achieved, Chimie 18. 3 ; *oo»]£lao? w^iLbL 
locum tenentes, representatives, Anecd. Syr. iii. 
326. 11, 12. Col. 2767 supra. With ^ to 
become, to do, oC^ ioo» j«^S. Jl lief. Ephr. ii. 
76. 5. Pass. part. )»* > . V . with J) uncreate, 



Takhsa 44, )L.^ V Jl Jot to dyevrjrov, la 
qualite de Vincr cation, Manicheisme 98. 2, 
JUa^. Jl JIo«, ib. 1, 5. Aph. J^i 7 add: 
to prompt, induce, Georg. Arab. 12. 7. Ettaph. 
♦JL^LL/ col. 2771. end of par. to be possessed, 
bono sensu «Jk^U.r J> Jul? CLA«*o*f ^* Hormizd 
tSSS- Palp- 1t*& to subjugate, wild elephants 
^?» ^V . n d N. Hist. vii. 4. 3 ; tyrants endeavour 
J*J~ *+lz> o?»^-^v>,^, ib. Pol. 1. 3 infra. 

«*=ub*, }'JL±. col. 2773, 3 af. i.q. )T ? A\ 
f. goods, property, o*»Lci^o ouslX, Chron. 
Min. 258. 8, A.M.B. v. 434. 2 , Dion. 40. 16, 
52. 1. Effect, proof, oo» ^o**-^ JLd ^©» 
^.o»LoJc»fiD, Pallad. 75. 17, 21 ; pen. 76. 2. 

JL'oU^ col. 2776. Add: JU*^» ^ r^v 
TTvpyoiToua, the construction of the toiver = the 
teaching of Nestorius, Sev. Ant. Vit. 330. 11. 

yOA. o.\ *Abd Suk, name on a mosaic 
tombstone, Plor. Vogue 234. 10. 

^*a2*-£ pr.n.m. 'Abusta, eighteenth bishop 
of Adiabcne, M.Z. 65 pen., ZDMG. xliii. 401. 
J 5- Cf. ^(u^, and J^o^^u^ Pers. Mart 
11. 810. 

$^S>w col. 2781. Pael ^Ai metaph. to 
increase, enlarge, .rcu^-fcik &-=L& Brev. 
Chald. i^l. ' * 

\l<x^.+.^JL denseness. Add: ©*lo^.^i.bw 
J^i-o? serried ranks of battle, Josephus vi. 5. 4. 

^^d^ci^ pr.n.m. i.q. ^4^>\ ? A.M.B. 
ii. 50. 11, 13. 

r i 2 



K'lunj^ 



244 



i**. 



pr. n.m. Ar. aj^^-^c, Ubaida, Brooks 
Chr. 574 ult., I^Jj^ ib. 875. 1. 

;JL** col. 2783. Add: to surpass; the size 
of the snakes in India Jljots^ )'^L N. Hist, 
vii. 4. 2. 

k^(»cri >>L in passing, cursorily, Pet. Ib. 
20. 3, Sev. Lett. 323. 2 ; superficially, inci- 
dentally, Nest. Herac. 18. 8, 169. 3. 

)i»oNs, col. 2787. evasion by quibbling, 
betrayal, )icii.v> .o»> |^»<xa^. Pleroph. 14. 5, 
16. 10. 

;»^v read ^.oJ^. blind, ©»1^*=> Joow Jl 
o — u***£o? S. George 24 a, 4 af. 

col. 2787, )L*i»a,«>i> )s-» V *Ae Zzwwfo 
of figures, Probus 90. 15, 93 ult., kim^ 
]^o j^oo^L jjM&^acoi? |i^\o ib. 94 ult., 
logic. ];,^.V yOoM>l both extremes, ib. 107. 6. 

jio;. -» V col. 2788. Spic. Syr. correct 
Wo+z^manhood, Nbld. WZKM. xii 355. 

i r^ . vv> , )T; ->-%,*» col. 2789. Add: issue, 
conduit, tum\ jl;^vaa a gutter for filthy 
Ephr. Kef. i. 126. 6. JUjjL^i? \1=>) a period 
of transition from ordinary life to the monastic, 
Is. Nin. B. 126. 19, J&JW U'i^N* ib. 

\j i.-vXao col. 2709. 5 af. a hymn, Brev. 
Ant. i. 81 a 8, 86 b 3, 9164, )^j» ^ \v> 
J^lU^t 96 6 13. 

)laj;'\.\ to£ swerving from the right vxxy, 
Pleroph. 13. 11 = )lo 1 Nn..o>» U>»o.^ V. 
JuL3*«je ILL Jaj;^.^too surpassing compre- 
hension, But. Sap. Theol. 5. 2. 

*of6;^.& name of a Persian Christian, Jab. 
410. 12, i. q. &fol^( ib. 232. 10. 

» » • *^V col. 2791. 'Abshai, pr.n.m. on 
a mosaic tombstone, Flor. Vogue 234 ter. 

^W^ co1 - 2793. Parel ^^r^- a(]d : to 
roll away, YHh. Mark xv. 46, xvi. 3, 4, other 
versions have^V^; (teU^k) £^ ^^pjso 
Theod. Mops, on Jo. xi. 38. 

J14?Q-^ col. 2795. 5 of par. a fomentation, 
Med. 301. 22, 316. 7. 

UaJ^^jL dimin. a little ball, Anecd. Syr. 
v. 77. 12. 

^^. col. 2796. 1) to lie, ^4^£j U~*~t 
h^o 00 the dust wherein the dead lie, Ephr. 



ed. Lamy Hi. 239. Ethpe. ^^.1^ to be cast 
down, add: Jo*^** ^4* yOi^vkJ? ^>a^j* 
Nars. ed. Ming. 360 n. 2. 

H'clu^w col. 2797. 3 of par. For " Sanct. 
Vit." read " A.M.B. v. 269. 14." 

i^^, U^-£ col. 2797. solid, massive, BH. 
on Gen. i. 21 ; )£^L Uj/ ^d cl^jU/ Knos 
Chrest. 116. 5. Metaph. heavy, toilsome, 
)£*».<£--> J£^£o KjJ* J£=>o? Pallad. 169. 1, 
Anecd. Syr. ii. 61. 8. 

Jiotci^L i.q. Jlo^^w weightiness, JLao? ^» 
An. Syr. 120. 2. 

Jtoi^L thickness, bulkiness of fishes, lo**^* 
loo^o^Natur 52. 4, 7, 53. 6. 

U.^\ m. col. 2789. m. the sting of a 
scorpion, Med. 25. 14. 

)iU±. col. 2801. m. a festival, add: J?Jl£ 
jLUyjtt festivals of Our Lord, opp. \JLoof 
Saints' day 8, Takhsa 78. 17; Brev. Chald. 
i. 32. 4 af. often ellipt. I^^oto JjJl*. Holy 
days, ib. 25. 6. 

\Zt\^ m.pl. not from JjJlX. but from J^V^ 
as |lLu*jso from Jl^u^, Brockelmann, ZDMG. 
lxii. 391 in loc. t clerics, ecclesiastics, Vit. 
Monoph. 90. 17. 

)»tci\ col. 2804. a pad or plug of cotton 
wool, |j!f|o ipufioo J??Q-X ^ojso^ Med. 10 1 



21, 102. 11, 103. 20, 104. 7, 22. 



for the 



womb, 325. 10 so corr. for Jtjajs*. 

)lx col. 2804. Aph. *+^V to snatch, ^200 
J^ r ^a^ U$-« Tekkaf. 34; Jfc^Lj-^ 
**oo» ^»f^o Ephr. Kef. ii. 141. 21 ; to slash off, 
},2uix> )^£> yOo^M^'f id. ed. Lamy iii. 305 pen* 

)J«3w col. 2806. napo^o-pos, attack of illness, 
Hippoc. i. 9. 11, 18, ii. 13, iv. 30. 

JJLI^ alien, add: JfcLsj^aa jlo^i re\M 
)l£*I*^kO the troubled and alien condition of 
pilgrimage, Jab. 475. 6. 

mds. col. 2807. deliverance, jufcL^.? J*m 
Eplir. ed. Lamy iii. 225. 

Jt^f-X and J£i?CL>* col. 2807. wood pigeon, 
Anecd. Syr. iv. 83. 5. 

**JL col. 2808. pr.n.m. € Adi, ref. Or. Xt. 
ii. 415 med., *#J^X ib. infra, scribes of MSS. 
Syr. 26 and 27, Bibl. Nationale, Paris. 



.15*. 



245 



»\cu». 



^H*. Arab. J ±c to decide justly, apportion 
equally. Pael ^Z£. to assess, estimate «ja3 
yOwLoftll v cu^^? U^?- *x * \ Dion. 148. 2, 9. 
JZthjta.^r&lF to be disputed, U^l^t Jl^fcoo 
Syr. Rom. Rechtsb. 7. 7. 

li^ ^Nft a censor, assessor of taxes, Dion. 
121. 20, 147. 21, 148 ter. 

JkA*^ f. name of a demon, see yO+*x> 
Suppl. above. 

^♦jJTcol. 2810. census, WZKM. x. 165, 
refs. Dion. 10. 20, 11. 5, 12. 1. 

v? _^ Ethpa. y+&ir to be delighted with, 
take delight in, Tekkaf 66. 

)J6 I>J » m. pi. dainties, delicacies, Hist. 
Mori. i. 373- 1. 

v l^, tf^col. 281 1. N.B. \j*± h l^=> 

vv£ aKaipoi, in the dead of night, Pet. lb. 22. 11, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 24. 12. Col. 2812. 15. Kit 
the three night services, add ref. 0/ bo 0.0 
iA\f U*-** Rrev. Ant. i. Kal. 59 b antep., 
60 a sexies, 64 b 16, ii. 541 a 12, 13, 564 b 
18, 581 a 11, 13. 

\J>*S- col. 2813. a lock of hair, add: )±-±£o 
l*+9 ujz'^f Stud. Sin. iv. 11. 1. A wad of 
wool, K^-V? ]£*S. Med. 411. 16, 18. 

«#?«»& (? J**^) Mount Edrai near Alqosh, 
Hormizd 1397. Of. ~5jj£ k-J* Pers. Mart. 
21 and col. 2815. 

\liJL col. 2815. m. Saponaria officinalis, 
^X^Utf^, Med. 607. 17, woiolS^i? U>f-i 
^6a-j3, ib. 313. 12; it, ib. 390. 1, 398. 9, 
429. 18; Ar. PflnN. 244, f. 

?^4 Ethpe. j^l/col. 2817. 3) to be 
mentioned ?c*.vtj> 6o» the (aiore-)mentioned, 
Vit. Mon. 10. 19. Pa. }otJL to mention, 
remind, ?o*3**> — ? : oo» wc*^? U-( *a*Aao Jl 
he who is mindful needs not to be reminddd, 
Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 4/3 af., ib. pen., 33. 1. 
Pass. part. ?£>_£-*>, l? o > .N **> Abishag the 
Shulammite o>s )?o>,bos is mentioned in it, BH. 
on Cant. Cant. Proem. 

JJjo*oLs- col. 2819. remembrance, reflection, 
\?o»Jk/ r j»cOJ Jjfo»cuX a little reflection has 
brought to our mind, Pallad. 38. 7. ju»?oto^. Jlao 
mindful, Natur 11. 15. 



l-jfp*^-^ commemorative, *ocn \ *\ J*|l^. 

)ojof luficu?, Or. Xt. i. 335, note 2; J^c^j 
UoJ>i )feJjfc..iv> But. Sap. Theol. 6. 1. 

]^jj ?<*.£» recapitulatory, De Astrolabe 
ed. Nau 86. 

)UoL>?o»-Xsz> col. 2820. f. recapitulation, 
)]^-*>QjikjL2>f y^i JLo_»?o*Jsoo "rappel en 
abrege", R.O.C. xv, 241. 

*oO*- to &£ excited with lust. Add: ycuo* 
JlU*o=^ )?**# v*^ ~j©*J^* those who argue 
madly, BH. Stories 30. 159. 

"^JocuS. n.pr.m. Ubael, Ahikar 58. 12. 

?a-X col. 2825. Pael JUL pass. part. fern, 
rare * S^ **o» )l'»-»j£v> we are accustomed, 
Sev. Lett. 17 pen. 

)U-^ col. 2826 infra, m. custom. Add : 
&pL^K «Ju> avprjfcis, his friends, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
240. 9. ) 1L> j> )l\,v>v> 2/ie vernacular, Merx, 
Hist. Gram. 172. 1. 

K_#L?» JLv vulgarly, according to usage, 
%*+\jqjj> J) ^ ,»N\ vi ^ fc^**^ EL Tiihan 
3 ult. 

LU'J^ with II contracted? U^aL* 
Lil^Xo \1j » *>S, unusual and unnatural 
changes, Jab. 148. 11. 

• <* ^ col. 2827. particle again, indeed -. 
Add: fi^ ^ \1L Pallad. 21. 9; A.M.B. v. 
13- 2 °> 34- *3> 55- 7> QdhamW. 185. 6. 
cl^od/ GL^o : ;o\ tfr*3 Bar Penk. 46. 5, 
65. 3. Of. Nold. ZDMG. xxii. 485, xl. 725. 
The quotation from K. col. 2827. 4 af. to 
col. 2828. 6 ending j^iAf is from BHGr. 
i. 162. 21. 

*#?o-S* col. 2828. Audi, founder of the 
sect of the JujcLbw Coupes ii. 132. 9. 

jdfcLiL (j )♦-»?) monastery of the Audianites 
at Rome, A.M.B. v. 291. 15, Bedj. corrects 
to Jul?e£x. 

wJcuX col. 2829. 2. At 'Uzza, one of the 
two chief goddesses of the Arabs; she was 
worshipped at Hira, Tabari 171, Anecd. Syr. 
iii. 247. 11, «fc^fj;S 4*o»f Jl^oao ~»a^X 
)>©>* Bahira 203. 10, 11, Is. Ant. i. 210. 14, 
Nold. ZDMG. xli. 710; BB. under \i\sml 
col. 326. 



rc^ncuw 



246 



IUjojL col. 2829. Add: i.q. U&ui col. 
144 and L*5jL.*ot col. 1003. Hedysarum 
alhagi, camel's thorn, Ar. PflnN. 146. 282. 
DBB. 483. 5 af. gloss to Ju#o* y>+Gi Jl^ Ps. 
Ixxxiii. 13, U>fcu^? }y>oo/ jl.V>J WZKM. ix. 
209. 20. 

^aJ>w, yjL. )L ? a_j.-OQu^klS^ col. 2831. 
f. hindrance, u*-sJJ* )lo •*> » ^> La-J-ocLifcoJi 
U*»?1^3 ^nX nodes in grass steins serve 
to hinder moisture from being pressed upward, 
N. Hist. vi. 2. 2. 

MclJ^. col. 2832 ult. the foetus, cpftpvop, add: 
Hippoc. iv. 1 , v. often. JJo..*. +&* euphorbia, 
spurge, so-called because cattle eating too 
much were hindered in bringing forth, Galen, 
xiii. 268, 270 ap. BB. col. 2355. 9, Jia-oj J^> 
the same, col. 86. 

»aJ^. |jo\v) cols. 2185, 2834. place, 
abode, limbo, m. pi. \j a:^o Ephr. lief, i. 
161. 26, ^JO.Vtf ii. 160. 21, 164. 36, )kN"\a-> 
^*j<Lx*d ib. 204. 45. 

jsoX, *juuL see under 



*3o-S*, *&Jsl col. 2835. to double, to gain, 
act. part. m. pi. • >^> X JU^° Ju»L<xX Th. 
Mops. 206. 19 on Jo. ix. 3. 

La.-IaJ*- col. 2836. a swoon, \mo6vpia y 
Hippoc. i. 22, ^SN ju*D»^ »»^ v^yf l&iaJ^. 
Med. 271. 22, 274. 5, 11, ^L*>a^a>!> Jiila^, 
ib. 281. 11. 

j^aj£. collective tvjigs, sprigs, foliage, add : 
^.fcsjm9l? \£aJL Med. 303. 3, 14, jfcooi 
k&cv.V "^Xjd om1^*J? ib. 115. 17. A thicket, 
a bed of reeds, JfoJ? JA^^jL )&ajL cuiii*,/ 
o£ o;v>No A.M.B. iii. 387. 7 = Hist. Mon. 
cxxvi. gloss JUJl. 

*clX, *L to press, any^m^ JuL ^4y^^£ 

>L Hormizd 2995. 

jdo^w, *oj>L Aph. wcu^^col. 2838. i.q. Peal 
to loathe, Jloo»J^ yOo» ix* eua.***o <> o r v ^ 
Ev\\.v? colophon, A.D. 1470, Il.O.C. 191 2, 
88 Syr. 3. 

JLajfcl©cu-£ a disease of the soul, acedia, 
boredom, But. Sap. Etb. iv. 3. 

JLcuajblsD col. 2840. sadness, with sufF, 
wtcua^» Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 495. 5. 



JL^Ioclx m.pl. i.q.^Ai5a.V v*jj> col. 2840. 
' Uqailites, a robber tribe in the desert of the 
Euphrates, El. Nis. Chi on. 221, 11, 222. 21, 
233. 20, U^oaJ^ UaJ»/ ib. 226. 19. 

>o-X, nL I. J^QmXcoI. 2841. blind. Add: 
U-Qub* Joa'm/ an alembic without a head, 
Chimie 33. 20. The caecum, a part of the 
great intestine, Hebr. iv. 215, 259, N. Hist, 
vii. 6. 5. 

JoJ^, ♦-£ .II col. 2842. Pa. +JL& to rouse, 
stimulate, in fin. yOo»loaxc*Xjl^ olo ;.3^^L a>? J 
Med. 262. 10. 

|Lo^.V- col. 2845. insomnia, Med. 538. 15. 

Ui^» 1. 5 of par. With |>A\f invita- 
torium, part of Nocturns, Brev. Ant. ii. 342 b 
16; 381 a med., 419 a 15. 

foj**, ul III col. 2845. P fte l «-^ t° ™idi 
plunder, Icaojuao ^a^oo .»-»»-»■&» )y ^ o 
JocHfo Dion. 132. 4. 

JUiidix see^J^. 

;-^*aJ^ see *_x. 

MLitcLX from *j»Lalx. m. pi. ottomans 
i.e. Turkish coins, given for a manuscript in 
the year 1555, Journ. As. 1907, 355. 

Jju£ col. 2848. a goat. Place under JlL**, 
Jjll£ col. 2934. 

) jLx col. 2850. Ethpa. *+y.£\r to be patient, 
ref. hijL^fesj? ^jid +.zl2lj JJ let him not cease to 
endure, Is. Nin. 8. v. 3. 

few )t-4-I Jl£*d col. 2851. bravely, Isoyahb 
10. 10. 

JLclIlIjcL^d f. abstinence, ^»? )LcuL-»Jl^Jso 
Jlojuiot, Sev. Lett. 490. 9. 

wOjljL fcr w6>Jli, Med. 607. 17. Sarcocolla ; 
see ioJJUJ^ for other spellings. 

^JL^w. ^5'djiw col. 2852. woven stuff, 
J)5>cuX ^*^^ Pallad. 390. 19. The clash of 
battle, Juu>t£L» p^f H/»q^. Sev. Lett. 500. 7 ; 
]if9 [L&J> W»c£x A.M.B. v. 598. 9. L. 10 
of par. predicates are Uj»aJS3 compound, as 
^o»* [+J+* or Jlj»ouX JJ* simple, as .\j*J+^ 
i-Dl .^©»> ,)>ol Jac. Edes. in Arist. 22. 
3, 4 ft', 24. 16. 19. 



r<iiCVl\\i^.Av^ 



24 



t^" 



) t'caii I *2k fco£> intricate relation, ) L aj.^ ) ;^t^.o 
)?*^* ^? |^<hj? Georg. Arab. 25. 3. 

*3JJ^. <3o*JLiL, J^oJl£ col. 2854. a hoarse 
voice, Med. 182. 16, 607. 17. 

JIclSoIuL hoarseness, Jls? ©»r<£9©Jj£. Med. 
181. 12. 

Jl£oiL£ col. 2854. 21 of par. tfAe fl?m*. 
fiefs. Hippoc. vii. 36, Med. 570. 7, 16. 

l^J*fc col. 2856. to abolish. Add : )^J^ 
KioL •*& <s^£ Pharaoh swept his heart clear 
of uprightness, Nars. ed. Ming. ii. 296. 8. 
Of. Aph. 

JuIdl^L a destroyer, yOujoif )J>*cu£-*L 
v o<h..\.V. ^.A-A-^k^JiO? wrath and anger 
destroy those against whom they are whetted y 
Sev. Lett. 227. 17 ; l^i^J? «©* Jl^-o^aL 
Greg. Carm. 1. 4. 22. 

^^J^ to find great difficulty, slave and 
master ^^-X ))!<£j\d l&± But. Sap. Pol. 
t. 2. Ethpe. ^J^ir same [i[ %$j*>Ik& 

|cikl£*v|j I labour to relate, Pallad. 139. 1. 

ju'tfL^L, )t? vi ^ V col. 2859. the thigh. 
Original meaning, bone, Nold. Z. A. xxi. 
152 n. 2. Cf. proverb JL^^olTtoSj l^^i ^0 
(dead) bones bring forth worms, Jab. 194. 13. 

<&^.^ col. 2860. 1) to return, of the tides, 
Natur 46.4. Rit. to repeat the responses ^a^sL, 
Brev. Chald. i. 31. 14, 36. 16, 37. 16, 59. 
13 and often. 3) to put on. Imper. *3ct^X 
jy^aA be enwrapped in peace, Ephr. ed. 
Lamy iii. 495. Aph. ^^ \( 1) to cover, 
clothe, ^^Jsio JL& the Tree of Life is filled 
and covered with blessings, Manicheisme 70, 
<*X»? \'i\s> <*=> ojw >9i|nv *o, ib. 102. 3 4 
N.B. a^/" Imi JL Jis/' nor did he jxiss 
round a single cup of wine, Pallad. 461. 4. 
2) to return, ^Hj? A ^^T he turned, to go 
away, Chron. Min. 332. 26. 

(iso^. col. 2862. m. return, \JLo*9 jJ&a^Jb*, 
N. Hist. viii. 3. 4. imoo-Tpofyii, a relapse, 
Hippoc. ii. 12. 

jLcoa^*fcsj£ the putting on of clothing, 
\i^+& i<ua£-£ts*> But. Sap. Isag. 2. 8. 

^.Jk- col. 2863. to rise as fumes, add: 
nietaph. UiLii* *~so JLi ^^ the dust rises 



like vapour from the earth, Ephr. ed. Lamy 
iii. 197 ; o»fcs^£ v*&-^ h er lamentations rise 
up,> ib. 283. Aph. ;^M add : to cense, 
«omJ^( cense the mandrake, Med. 596. 5. 
Ettaph. i^iir to be censed Jjol^S ;^Uo£> 
Ia**jd Brev. Ant. i. Kal. 52 a 3 af., b 3, 5. 
To be burnt as iiicense, jokj^ ^^Lfcoi J> 
you^9o{o ki*j»J JJ^JLoi? N. Hist. vii. 2. 3. 

JJ^X cedar oil, add: Med. 583. 11, 18, 
23, U+&& ib. 553. 11, 584. 4, U^-^ gloss 
to j{**-o, Chimie 7. 11, to *cu^|lm^9> 1. 15; 
100. 21. 

A^.V. COI. 2835. Ui^.200 TTTdpiLlKOS, Siwff, 

Hippoc. v. 46, Ua£«2>j» \>c\ro Med. 290. 18. 

JuLil col. 2865. woe, Jlj^ o>^ com <o cry 
woe upon, Jul. 10. 6, 11, 30. 1, 32. 4 and 
very often. 

JLbw peril. for^*^i included !%+^>\^ 1L^ 
"comprise dans le t'adil," any shop not in- 
cluded in the census list was confiscated, Dion. 
122. 10. Cf. w^^*-X for w^ ^-^-^ J have 
entered, ib, 186. 13. 

[LjL a spring, names compounded with : 
)»)^^X A in Ger, Brook's Chr. 573. 14, 581 
n. 7. JL^ko? ^^.AinDulbe or Dilebb, a village 
near Maaltha, Narses, Pref. 41. JLo? ^Sw Ain 
Dekla in Beit Garmai, Chast. 5 ult. ^ aJS . 
Ja&*» Ain Siphni, E.-Syr. bpric, 15 kil. north 
of Mosul, Syn. Or. 665 ; 110 ult., Pers. Mart. 
197; ZDMG. xliii. 404. 10; Jj^-^co U*Jb* 
Ainu Sritha, M. Z. 209. 8. Ui-Q-U-^- i. q. 
)jjS *^L a monastery in Beit 'Arbaye, Patr. 
Or. iii. i. 29. 5, 30. 1. 

J»olT ^L col. 2868. Aldebaran, the chief 
star in the constellation Taurus, \^dqJ> 
j»ofc" ^Jik. lilol^Df But. Sap. Periherm. 11. 6. 

*JL£. denom. verb Pael conj. from jLL^w. 
Ethpa. Jokl( to be regarded, respected, U«-^» 
^fcJ )u^ i J) f I» luj^M |^.~ 'ill 
education let not a settled time for play be 
regarded as despicable, But. Sap. Econ. ii. 2. 
1>Jd i>i Ja^fcoo Jl .jit** JJ? )bor> )«*&W 
Philos. 4. 2. #Jj£fcsJ let them be acknowledged, 
respected, El. Nis. Chron. 71. 18. 



reM^'gq 



248 



>V^ 



Ui^ao col. 287 f. of a fountain; )Li»-Nsp 
JiifJ^A^a ^0*^0? (s.VDo, 001 fasting is a source 
of all the virtues. Is. Nin. Chab. 80. 12. 

J L co*:£ fcoJi illusion, hallucination, Ephr. 
ed. La my iv. 47. 13. 

*V£. Ethpa.^X-vir col. 2875. to com- 
plain with o, i^k^flol? **o*^ "V^-VJf Sev. 
Lett. 481. 19. 

"^tL col. 2887. prep, end of par. 1. add : k^( 
t*^Ls* »*!i£ / oive thee, Hist. Mori. i. 170. 10, 
16, -9. 

JJcuN.V col. 2878. 10 of par. accidental, 
add : JJc2v_v. Jlcu^ao a casual or external 
matter, opp. )i+'JL [d\*9> Hist. Mon. i, 19. 2. 

)LVf \ * N^. col. 2879. entrance, add : 
Jtl( io..\*.\.^L entering in, withdrawing into 
the mind opp. *-zL^ llcfX r> jLxx-*,cu^ an 
external hindering body, But. Sap. Philos. 5. 2. 

H^YV entering in opp. JlcLQ^aLoo emptiness) 
)ol % J?^o Jl^o^^ N. Hist. Bk. ii. 
cap. 1, sect. iv. 

)j^£^j£. pastor. Add: leader of the choir, 
choragus Jfcu^-*.* 0/ |-i \,\\, Brev. Ant. 



JJj&^ col. 2881. delete "i.q. JJl^£ " 
and add : amartKoi/, causal, 00* |yi|^N\ Jli 
Jjo* JOkOj? a sound is causal of= causes the 
vibration of the nerve of the ear, N. Hist, 
viii. 3. 2. 

Jfc^Xii bringing up, vomiting, Med. 268. 
4, 7. Col. 2882, 7. Rit. Entrance 1) the 
first day of the J^o^jI called Ji^ +,ioj> 
which is the fourth Sunday before Advent. 
On this day the congregation move from the 
summer chapel i.e. an open court, to the nave 
of the Church for daily prayers, Maclean. 
2 ) (rare) Palm Sunday. 

Jl^. Pael u^jL col. 2883. to lift off', take off, 
Jicu ^£ JbL Med. 142. 22, 146. 15. Pass, 
part. i.^,.\No super-excellent, *^^.^ Jwu»oa> 
Sassanidi 12. 19. 

)tcuSȣ col. 2891. ^Lou^Sk. thy Highness, 
Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 521. 

JloiJ^j£fcNj& col. 2892. sublimity \oZ&\ 
of arguments, Isoyahb 7. 1. 



)ci\\. or 1 o,^,v. col. 2895. a skin, bladder, 



add : a bellows, Ja^bw 



,aoo 



Chiniie 240 



n. 4. A leathern bottle, BH. Stories ZDMG. 
xl. 447. 

jo-^_£ and ) a- \-£ a vision seen on 
leaking, add : pi. ocla^T JjL»? )i.yi^w )Jw 
JaX-X o2£ Nars. ed. Ming. i. 35. 14; with 
suff. 1 pi. ^o^^ in our waking vision, 
Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 87. 2. 

1L\ V. i.q. JU^7 col. 202. Elijah, I4^> 
IsLoL u> \**j Bahira 207. 14 pen. but J£m 
ib. 209. 3, 16. 

jft^V Pael a^o*. col. 2896. to rejuvenate, 
renew the youth, add : jiviN vv>o )^>\i» in 
sound health and youthful vigour, Sev. Lett. 

157. 5 *f-> J 1 '?^ t:^ S<v> ^^ H^ V 

gardeners restore the vigour of trees by pruning, 

(Jr. BusAme 2617. Rit. p^X to repeat the 
second half of the doxology, ^a^yo ^yiNv^o 
they say, For ever and ever and continue, 
Brev. Chald. i, 26. 8, 27. 21, 31. 1, 56 infra, 
59. 7, 13, 21, 64. 8, o»-£ ^-A- y> N < v > 
2/^?/ repeat For ever and ever after a psalm, 
Takhsa 135. 12. Ethpa. yxX.vir add : 
)&s.»n 00 Jl^lo "^olX)qX yi^^jsl/ Eleazar 
confronted evils and. hardships with youthful 
vigour, Sev. Ant. Horn. 11. 14. 

\j cj*v> ^ V col. 2896. dimin. of \>* -S^-, 
a youthful bachelor, Sev. Gr. 47 r. 

f££, Ux^j£ col. 2898. 1) Rit. ellipt. for 
^»,^^v>k pNLv\ For ever and ever, In Saecula 
saeculorum i.e. the second part of the doxology ; 
p^Lx ♦ «»»^» to repeat the doxology, QdhamW. 
47- 7- x 7> 4 8 - 4, 20, 49. 16; J-^o-flo ^S> 
*£&L H->*X *-£o from Advent to Epiphany, 
In Saecula is said, Brev. Chald. i. 10. 15, 20; 

|J^^f j&jftVv ^o lnauNmAX from Lent to 
Whit-Sunday the clause For ever and ever 
is not said after the Royal Anthem nor at the 
Evening Anthem, ib, 11. 3, QdhamW. 124. 
14; yiX . v L »U-?^M J^o-iLi o>^kftt> every 
iveek of the Apostles In Saecula is said, ib. 
1. 16, 125 tor, Brev. Chald. i. 11. 5, 11, 19, 26. 
2) the world, 1. 14 of par. jtofcoo JNa^v man 
is called the microcosm, N. B. without JjaJ^f, 
Apol. Arist. ^ 1. 



Aur^rju-^oL^A 



149 



k <20^. 



j^> Ua viN.v^ col. 2901. eternally, for ever 
and ever, add refs. But. Sap. Theol. 5. 4, 
Eth. 1. 3. 

Hj-ool^o»L compounded with ^ to, Jl^**Ij 

)^Lyi\v\ eternal repose, Hist. F>.V. M. 
100. 2. 

lbi\X (? ]^»?) a monastery, Doc. Mon, 
218. 1. 

*a.^w Ar. ^Jlc to feed. Pass. part. %a,*\x, 
ia^^ pi. f. )tl4l\ V )\^L^$C fattened fowls. 
Chron. Min. 378. 26. 

aaX^. col. 2902. Delete the article and 
cf. the passage from Geop. in Anecd. Syr. 
iv. iot. 20 where jsclN.o t is 



given for 



|loo!\.\ tough, as the sinews of a camel, 
Natur 18 ult. 

lA^-£, 1 &&^L£ f. morbid growth obstruct- 
ing the wind-pipe, nostrils, or bowels, Jj£c£Ow, 
Med. 204. 14, 18, 314. 18, \lolf \&\,*L.\, 
ib. 563. 14. PI. f. Jfciii^L locks or the wards 
of a lock, \m^j9 ) & &. £ . yo>o\\ *£o<^ Gest. 
Alex. 268. 12. 

luviV col. 2905. to blind. Ethpa. u^il/ 11 
to be blinded, |ubSj? <ha^L* ^Jo ^*nt> n]^s 
tOoof Jlo»Q-^wCD ^-v> Putr. Or. iii. i. 112. 2. 

»^^ col. 2906. 21 of par. to penetrate, 
add : )l^>/ a^> ».^Sw JJj \=±+h) ©» )^*^* U^° 
pelting rain i. e. violent rain which does not 
sink into the ground, EH. on Pro v. 28. 3. 
Pa. »v>bw to immerse, r *&..v*ao Ji-=*A:^ t .^aVv> 
o^k the priest baptizes and immerses the child, 
A.M.B. v. 625. 9. 

».. vtV an under garment, ot-*k^( » »v>V 
L»fcs_**L |L-n, a . ^ . \ yQ^Jja-3ocH, Jac. Edes. 
Manicheisme 100 note 13. 

1^U-».v> v }J H& e unbaptized heathen, Syn. 
Or. 180. 22. 

X-vLv col. 2910. to grow dark; add: 
o»9o»cu X^i.x its sight grows dim, Natur 
22. 16. N.B. \LJL fc^aa-^o \JLml Joo» 
evening drew on, and it was difficult to see, 
A. M.P. iii. 306. Aph. ^ vi \( to obscure, 

2716 



dim, )oL&^ ^\^, Med. 37. 17; metaph. 
o»^v>.\( time has not obscured the heroism, 
Sev.' Ant. Horn. 10. 2. 

jiol^cvvi v f. din mess, add: )la-j o , v^ V 
Jli^f? blunting of the senses, Med. 29. 11. 



|^i.vxiL i.q. ^jo^.v^v and Jaa.vi-bw col. 

2912. a village near Arbil, Jab. 192. 8, 
195. 8. Now Joo ~.S-. 

ffivtN col. 2912. m,vi^ ^»o^.9, Anecd. 
Syr. iii. 208. 12, Hamilton and Brooks 
1 57. note 5 translate "a native of 'Amkhoro " 
but say it should be an adjective ; Ahrens and 
Kriiger 109. 8 and n. correct |>c\ v>-\., and 
supply of Amid. 

^s-v> V. Pass. part, ^^isOO-V JL-v*.^. col. 

2913, 1. 5 of par. ^*^.:^j 6o» the patient, 
add refs. Med. 18. 12, 24. 19. JL^Lx \x£>* 
Journ. As. 1896, 122 = )]£^OQL2k, toilsome 
labours, Narses 6 n. Aph. ^.sL^T to rex, 
harass, Jil^xa^o? )bcL.^^ ^vLiX II Mar 
Kardag 7. 16. chj£&j ^aLiJ? Jab. 7. 13 
corr. as n. Peal ^vinJ» to cultivate his soul. 

fJ^ \ «^ £■ 2 )a ^ nsta ^ n 9y dfligwt, Hist. 
Mon. i. 1 01. 

is^UJ^^CL^i wearily, painj "idly, Is. Nin. B. 
207. 4. 

)Lyi-£ add: Jba^ fcs^o l:*j*=> ^>L Monday 
toork-a-day, Lexx. under ^**i col. 4469. 

)lv> Si col. 2914. Arab. J^Lc an official, 
governor, Ji^J^p JboJ^ yss> Dion. 33. 8, 

^^\/ sS>V OOiO mDj ^S-X 11 N ?> \ «JX^. ib. 

127. 21 and often. 

|Jc\ \v> v dim iii. of JL*x£ m. a little task, 
Gcorg. Arab. 37. 20. 

JLao^oo, )^\v> ^^> col. 2914. business, 
)3^\. v \:x*> \s+a*l jLfa^Ji Charms 19. 5 af., 



^l^JL^O ^^O^ks-^ 



reach xo or 60 or 



J^jacuso his turnover may 
100 per cent, ib. 20. 2. 

..vvv col. 2915. to shut the eyes; metaph. 
to shut out, preclude, )u** ^-v> o***^J> L.-Vi-£ 
Or. Xt. v. 1 02. 69. 

k k 



<e" 



a^. 



250 



rCAvni: 



]«aocLX a mouthful, morsel usually of bread. 
Add : a morsel, bolus of a medicine thickened 
with honey, Med. 306. 7. 

ta.j&.V col. 2916. to be deep. Pael Ji.ro ^. 
to imbue deeply, add: ]Lao>Q.ND jlaiH^^ot ^-^- 
J^.xx>|fc^j*, Jji-Ajso )^,.*.nn \Axn £v> of faith 
deeply implanted the foundation stands firm, 
Babai 2^7 af. LaX ^a.^ ua^j aa-sa^lT* 
Jfco>jo> JfcOkL Is. Nin. Chab. 96. 9. A|>h. 
juxL2*(to deepen, make deep, the lions digging 
St. Paul's grave lloo^ o^i 0001 ^200-^.20 
JufclaJio Ji3>ok> A.M.B. v. 571 pen. 

j^ooL^w 2) lowland, valley, add: JjLaoaLs. 
«J^-Jl? the Valley of Antioch, A I 'Amak, ten 
miles from Mar'ash, Brook's Cbron. 572 pen., 
581 n. 1, Z A. xxii. 377. 

+_xi-V. Act. part. ^.^..v. col. 2919. add: 
J^ao w^sciJsL villagers were called }*jz.o w»nti \. 
grave-dviellers because they knew not the 
pleasures of city life, But. Sap. Eth. 3. 3. 

)L&qL±. add: J£»aJbv Vf : 01*^0 aJ^ o*,^o 

jooi ^o*ofcC»( all her life she was without a 
habitation, Pa 11 ad. 203. 21. 

*clj*xj>L, Jtccsi^L col. 2920. jL^tt? QMJfci^N 

Ol KCLTOtKOVPTCS €7X1 Tt]S yr]S, ApOC. vi. I O, viil. I 3, 

xi. 10 ed. Gwynn, U±*i ^poj^f ^clioj 

Bagst. 

|uIio.->Q-^ col. 2921. dwelling, tj TrapoLKTjats, 
Hex. Ex. xii. 4 ed. Lag. End of par. 
cohabitation, )L»coa.s. mar i ages concubinaires, 
Nau on Sev. Ant. Yit. R.O.C. iv. 568 med. 

)^-viJy. for ]Us£>( Emir, U:*L* c»:x> ? )»»v\.V 
Dion. 138. 15. For j;.*^.^ perfect, ^ \.v> 

JiL-A-^i-J^ LSo-^ )?o> m .\ G. Warda ed. 
A, Deutsch 27. 5. 

cv£-~ ^=> i- v > X , L^lk-il ^.> j+c-j 'Omar Ibn 
Khattab, Khaliph, Chast. 64. 16. 

[uv col. 2924. Chem. a name for mercury, 
Chimie 10. 4, 15. 4> 25. 6. Of. Jlson. 

Uiix, JklJix cloud-laden, )^LLx |u*ot 
(»»v )^cl2o? |**o^X N. Hist. v. 3. 3. 

JJjJ^L add : Karaites, named after the 
founder of the sect, Low ZDMG. xlv. 702. 



IK col. 2924. With >lsJ> y yoLLXr y( 
>T jfcLi ?/ yo'w respond to my desire, 
Isoyahb 51. 12. 

JJucl-V col. 2927. a response, antiphon, 
first verse of an anthem, refs. Brev. Chald. 
i. 58. 9, 315. 10. PI. Hist. Mon. i. I4 2 > 
ii. 293 n. 

Jk^JCLbw TpoirapLov, a short hymn, Or. St. 
ii. 215, iv. 206, 207. An anthem, stanza of 
an anthem, Takhsa 66. 16 pi. IfcCIj'a.^. 1. 9, 
wrW, Hist. Mon. i. 142, ii. 29311. A response, 
jfcwO*D«J3 Jfc^jaj^ Bar. Sal. in Lit. 79. 17, 18. 
The anthems snug during the Liturgy are: — 
yQ.AX^o(f SI sung after the reading of the 
Gospel ; «|of ix anthem of the Bema, q. v., 
sung during the communion of the laity by 
those outside the sanctuary ; \jxlqi ^- anthem 
of the sanctuary, sung in the first part of the 
Liturgy, Takhsa 2. 17, 3. 2; ))\'9t S3 anthem 
of the Mysteries, sung after the elements have 
been placed on the table, ib. 7. 13, 16. 
Others are : |L»»* ^mio^? S3 the anthem sung 
on the first day of each month ; |u\\9 S- 
three special anthems on Sundays, festivals, 
and Saints' days at Noctums after J»om^? JLo ; 
J?o*od? S*. the martyrs* anthems sung twice 
daily, QdhamW. 189; )&\9 S3 a special 
anthem on Sundays, festivals, &c, after psalms 
at morning service ; P»-&? S3 the First 
anthem at every evening service ; >l&aj the 
Second, ib. 44. 1 2, 45. 1 1 ; U^o»? S3 the Third 
anthem at evening service on ferias ; these 
are proper to the season and are found in the 
\qaao, Maclean : refs. Brev. Chald. i. 91. 8, 
104. 18, 105. 4 af. 

Jali.£ col. 2930. 3) Rit. Jac. = E.-Syr. 
[ajoX, response, refrain made by the con- 
gregation in a prayer or hymn, Brightman s 
Lit. 

]kl*i^oo 2) Jac. an antiphon, a psahn or 
hymn recited antiphonally, Brightman's Lit., 
Brev. Ant. i. 58 a pen. 

Jfc^jS3 col. 2932. a grape. Add : JuU^^ 
Jfc^iS^ k*l*>? the choroid membrane of the 
eye, Med. 68. 9, 77. 16, 17, 19. 



&Ulb\^.l±- 



251 



rOyarrs,JSq 



UJts^i.bL grape-like, JfclJfcl=i±£ JfcLulao 
same as the aforegoing, N. Hist. vii. 1.2. 

t <V Pael «I& to prepare for burial, o»1TJl£ 
cnfcoloo Hist. Mon. i. 357. 20. 

)^oi add: E.-Syr. )^J> tAe ifaWaZ 
Service for the laity, Maclean. 

JJJli m. pi. Arab. s*J^ ^0 Aneyza, an 
Arab tribe, M. Z. 205. 

Io>5Ll£ col. 2934. Arab. uy^JLc from Pers. 
e^»3 .pi and LHJ^^Eol ^Ae */mwi of Penaea sarcocolla 
and P. mucronata, Med. 557. 9, 586. 14, 
JAOS. xx. 192. 11 ; iofJUL^ 0/ jLi^x JJj^x) 
Kedria, resine de cedre ou sarcocolle, Chimie 
7. 11. Cf. JLocui3i-ro. Miswiitings in the 
Lexx. are ~oiui, ^o'H, ^09i, «o>Jl^ and 
Med. (Budge) only **oJU*w. 

\sljuL col. 2934. Arab. ^-*j& mane, jl^LX 

CH-^X^P ^>3.0 <H-A-»t ^-X |uwJD O,mN ls-*U 

Dion. 49. 12, 14. 

Jfcu^ name of a village, Sassanidi 7. 18. 
Prob. i.q. fcsj^, on the Euphrates, col. 2936. 

tfloobw, bfia^L so correct for *nnV col. 2936. 
Arab. ^JXc, to live, revive. Correct pointing 
in the quotation from Ephr. ed. Bick. t^m^K. 
}il..-^ Q^jjCyT his soul revived by grace , Nold. 
WZKM. xvii. 199. L. ult. of par. corr. 
~ .\ . v n^ ^_..N ft »o-cocl^j may the weak 
recover new life, Ephr. ed. Lamy iv. 383. 13. 

^**v Arab. Jlc to patrol, go the rounds. 
Pass. part. *m*mx, J^m.^ confused, distract- 
ing; see under Aphel. Ethpa. . mmv i/ to 
he worried t distracted, ,mm\M r yOo>,» vhy> «> -v 
he was not distracted by their envy, Hormizd 
2769. Aph. **£}" to worry, chafe, fret 
lm .yv |o^o w^» ^ •&& h let us not 
worry over their frantic tale of Marcion, Ephr. 
Ref. ii. 91. 15, 16 ; Joa~» U\v> H* L+=> 0/ 
|.yy fl Oh words searclmig the feelings, Is. 
Ant. ii. 256. 11, 

; £ n* v col. 2938. an army, add : Dion. 
fi; 17, 97- 3- 

^iCs^ col. 2938. to be difficult, %,c\n\\. 
ytai3DL.otf )Jcm*»N-^ |oa-a.a!^ it is difficult 



to establish the victory of our religion, Isoyahb 
3* 2, 3. 

)Loam£ col. 2939. difficulty, add : leiamv 
)J£n.2>f Jl?o^9 the untamed flesh, Pet. lb. 33. 
22, jKa^j IcififflX insensibility ■, But. Sap. 
Econ. iii. 2; l^.^iiL UnmV Med. 102. 23; 
lA^oi^D llVytj^f )ur»ioL Laam£ indigestible 
food of contrary rumour s> Isoyahb 4. 10. 

I^^in.£, add : tcu^ o^w fcwf j^^.Q nc\ £. 
it was awkward for me, Pet. lb. 74. 10. 

«fr>c>m:£, crisp hair, Med. 37. 15, jn\ ft ce\ V 

I. 22. 

ji'ctmnmV erispness, Med. 36 ult. 

;.xLbw, J£m.£, )L'i.mV col. 2940. ten, o"o» 
-o ^ / |;^^< He Who gave tenfold increase, 
R.O.C. 191 2, 70. 11. End of par. Nold. 
(WZKM. xvii. 199) thinks that three refs. to 
) T; X* v in Ephr. ed. Lamy mean a ten-sf ringed 
lyre asBickell conjectures, on Cyrillona ZDMG. 
xxvii. 596. 4 af. All four places refer to the 
joy of harvest and it seems more likely that 
) V; £ n^ means a tenfold increase, tenfold 
harvest', ^>°>%*J y^oVvxiZ. Ephr. ed. Lamy 
iv. 399. 13, ^-*f** r 3 ll vnn v — ^ o ^iN^iu 
ib. 415 pen., )UIp : )k~l^oJJ ^3o*bo Jl 
jl»m^? let not the songs of increase be changed 
to lamentations, ib. 423. 5. 

i^^ denom. verb Pael conj. im^oo? )LVj( 
ot^N- a woman whose child is carried into the 
tenth month, Med. 593. 17. Ethpa. *£a^Ll( 
a) to pay tithe, b) to receive tithe, with ^£, 
c»JU*> aD?JL«i\v> ;, ek\W Anecd. Syr. iii. 

II. 25. 

)U>sL± 1) a tithe, pi. )*ickw Ephr. iii. 
187. 13. 2) tithing, tithe collecting, Dion. 

122. 6, 123. 4, 149. 14, BH. on Lev. xxiii. 13, 
xxvii. 32. 

)(nft\ a decade, pi. )^> Brev. Chald. jL 

\:[A±£> tithable, liable to tithe, BH. on 
Lev. xix. 19 ter. 

U;m.,i.v> a tithe collector, Dion. 122. 5, 

123. 3, JwclJSk. ^v Ji^x^- = l>i^^-^oo ib. 
149. 13. 

K k 2 



nd»ii,Qa^i^ 252 

Ju«.a.ojojL the duodenum, N. Hist. vii. 6. g. 
Jicu£*aa..^wji a company of twelve, Apis 



«*£. IO. 



y-^.v col. 2942. to double, multiply. Act 
part. m. pi. ^a\ J)^£» )j»la* <A<?y # azu 
much, Theod. Mops. 206. 19 on Jo. ix. 3. 

^aadbw, la.3cLX col. 2943. 5i7rXo)(n$-, laSoX 
JootM compound or aZZoy 0/ #ofcZ, Chimie 
38 uJt. 

\.2l2l£. i.q. )^L JU^» ),o>o>\3 manifold, 
many times as much, Dion. 162. 16. Cf. 
ja£, \£\jL 1. 3 of par. 

Jl^-X col. 2945. dnavQ'ifa, to cull a flower, 
k—ooi j^giSw |fjo cl^ Greg. Carm. ii. 40. 11. 
Etlipc. o3.J^t( pass. part. Joa**:* JiSaL^fco© 
enwrapped in love, Is. Nin. 6 v 9. Pa. \* ft V 
tfo pick, select, ^*> ts.^.V, JLoclcd Sev. Ant. 
Horn, 9. 8. To be occupied, involved, wrapped 

Up in, )+£>+2> jl^xl*, \mJ y+l J^a3l£ ]o» Jul. 

49. 18. 

JlLscl^* col. 2946. Add : hay, Chimie 
277 not. 2. 

py )J^a^. col. 2947. a swoon, fainting 
Jlty \17r06vfjLia, Itippoc. v. 15, 53. PL JiLi. 
Med. 274. 22. 

).£jL col. 2948. m. an oak gall, Med. 237. 
16, 560. 13 and often. 

^a^, col. 2949. Pass. part. ;*g v dusty, 
);.9iN-> ;»gv JjJsao hair sprinkled with dust, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 89. 23. 

]Lclj£^-£. f. earthiness, dust, all things, 
plants and animals, return to this state when 
emptied of moisture, N. Hist. ii. v. 5. 

JlcJ3-:L f. earthiness H,^? of the body, 
Hist. Mori. i. 379. 9. 

)3^.i, )^ avv> col. 2950. a cloak, oMyQ>\v> 
)*[Zf her silken mantles, Pallad. 200. i. The 
) jci^m of the Nestorians is a large oblong 
piece of white linen or cotton cloth with 
a coloured ornament of needlework in the 
centre and coloured crosses at the ends. It is 
worn over the shoulders and can also be put 



eye" ioo* Ua- |a».vi»? chl^ |joi?, Chron. 
Min. 289. 6, 7. Pa. •*-& 



over the head, ^fo\^ : ) £°i N vi -> ot*i ^aps 
I901 \&9 oi&dfco ^oL, Jab. 36. 8, 9 ; QdhainW. 
103. 4. Also a veil put on a child's head at 
Baptism, Maclean. 

_^. col. 2951. Ethpa. .'L&lFto be written 
with the vowel Kr^, — , K -^.fcoo? )Lol/ » 
BHGr. i. 64. 

j!^. col. 2952. 16. Add: to put out the 

u-bw )jo)?, Chron. 
-^ to shoio restraint 

or rejmgnance, '%*.!( U.i*> *-^> -o^^lL \( 
if you give from compulsion, unwillingly ', 
Pallad. 528. 5. 

\\l X col. 2953. The point \ indicating 
a short pause, |lU-^^ )«.£>Lb Ho a pause must 
be made in reading to indicate hesitation, 
Theod. Mops. 55. 14, 60. 15. 

jl'lx constraint, ])ressing entreaty, Severus 
came to Constantinople ^o? J!)U^d l^-^* 
aI^o, Sev. Ant. Vit. 300. 6. 

JlcaI T -£ col. 2953. obstinacy, disobedience, 
add rcfs. )JUl? ^ of Balaam's ass, G. Busame" 
15. 7 af. ; Stat. Schol. Nis. 10. 17. 

o^. col. 2954. to bandage, apply a bandage, 
imper. oOjA Med. 315. 10 and often. 
Ethpe. ol^l/ to be bandaged, bound on, 

U?j ^o U* ^^ tPj^^ ib - 39. * 6 - 

\L 9 J^ m. a bandage, plaster, add : Med. 
132. 1, 6, pi. 1. 15, 212. 4, 11, 315. 4, \*f* 
JuLJJLJL*) fomentations, 98, 8, 132. 4' 
)J'lLx> l*^, ib. 293. 3. Proverb *7/ ^ ( 
1=>1_^ ^ouaj )Lcu^*> yi^,? '^£>\j Philox. 98. 
14. To the references at end of par. add: 
synonyms )Loj.3cl^x»/ col. 309, yci^oo *&£&-? 
col. 888, U^o col. 2132, v o-£juso col. 
2198, I^Qucuc col. 2561. 

flv col. 2955. to squeeze, j)ress, imper. 
^o,ojjo i 6-2*. press out its juice, Med. 599. I? 
^omJo-V. ib. 303. 17. Ethpe. f^lF to be 
squeezed, ^»^jb? J^f&W lcoo*i> J»j£fc~*> 
^»o»^ ^jLt-^L, Med. 224. 10, 11. 



K^: 



253 



?' 



J>L-S* m. juice, add: IlL^JLAip 1>1^- 
refreshing juices, Med. 39. 10 ff. ; Jl^iLa>lf J^ 
asparagus juice ,\h. 292. 12,301. 10; Jj.,cb>(j-V. 
barley water, ib. 607. 18; J£oa..£? ix juice of 
sour grapes, ib. 39. 10, 292. 11, 301. 1, 7; 
Ju»/ C kJs!> "SL juice of myrtle berries, ib. 1. 13 ; 
)u^^ Ulioii? X juice of sweet pomegranates, 

ib. 561. I4, &C. |ii^DQ^ffi( jA^? 0'©* J*~^ 

)l'i^^g> ^& chyme, ib. 267. 10. }-*&.oa.L Jf^X 

prob. corr. Jo™** ib. 133. 13. 
* J 

JLfJb* col. 2957. Heb. n 1^, a sacrificial 
feast, the traditional vocalization is JUl^L, 
BH. on Amos v. 21. Nold. thinks )>_X 
should be corrected to JU.-^. in the following 
passage, J>j-*^ y » °> > L«_^j^.a, Thou didst 
submit to the slaughter, Ephr. ed. Lamy 
iii. xxvi. 3 af. 

)A£ col. 2958. JlJcu io»j \&£ the ring 
round the neck of a dove, N. Hist. iii. ii. sect. 4. 
U&oo( ]Ux£ the black line round the neck of 
a sparrow in its second year, ib. vii. 4. 4. 

«&jL&^t. pr.n.f. Acacia, cf. ^lo( Acacius ; 
)h> i >n»o»Jso tojla^. Ncstorian tombstone from 
Seminietschie, now in Paris, Cliabot, Journ. 
As. 1908, 142. 

c*.jaL^ col. 2558. ellipt. for JfcLoo* c*~a.X 
to take the place, ^L ^aiX — [&£t±o fcocu^j 

**££L( ^o love of money s7.1ppli.es to us the 
place of all Gods, Jac. Sar. Horn. iii. 814. 10. 
Ethpa. cvqnJ( to investigate, L, 8 of par. 
the passage from Par Cephas is given by 
Bensley Arist. Apol. 53 and seems rather to 
mean " they, viz. the heavier parts of creation, 
unless supported, would be sought for accord- 
ing to the law of their being, viz. they would 
sink down. 

),Aav col. 2960. 25 of par. the lowest part, 
the root, foot, ]ju±z>i <hcla^> Jfcs^aojl^n, Philox. 
7. 19. Col. 2961. 3. Hit. Jac. a variable 
termination of a prayer, a short prayer at the 
conclusion of an office, ^.cl^ 0/ JioJbo Pre v. 
Ant. i. Kal. 60 b 3, jx*.^? J^iiA. ib. 3 af., 
U^«-o }-\g>v to JuaooL first to eighth termina- 
tion, ib. pp. 6 and 7 ; Jof os> 0/ Ua^ 0/ )h^> 
Y**jtf? the appointed verse or termination or 



refrain, ib. 54 a 14, ii. 364 b 3 af., iii. 8 a 12, 
83 b 8, 84 b 12, 90 b pen. E.-Syr. ^Suaj& 
^o.'i.D QdhamW. 157. 3 af., 158 pen. 
F. pi. ia!\? cH&La-^ l*-'^ »vvV ip ofcoo JJ? 
perh. corr. c»fcsjaa.,aj her resentment, Pallad. 
205. 15. 

U&ddaiL col. 2961. good at tracking, 
oo» JJJS-^Q-a^L Ia^.5 the dog is a pwsuer, 
tracker, Natur 11. 13. 

\ 1 -\.fl v,y> gram, explanatory, ls~»-oo( 
[xLajLxs, Hebraica iv. 169. 10. 

k—M-Aci *v>o curiously, Sev. Lett. 485. 10; 
ts^h^gi.^ v> i-*fcs^ after fall enquiry, Hippoc. 
xxi. Syr. 4. 

Uol 'Oqba b. Mohammed al Chuzai, 
Wali of Mosul, a.d. 886, Hormizd 1696, 1717, 
ZDMG. xlviii. 532. 

^>M»)L?vft.v and^>j^aj ; see^.(^> 

|o>\^fl\ 'Aqbalaha, Bp. of Karkha d' Beit 
Slokh, Syn. Or. 34. 17, 35. 22, 45. 10, 
ZDMG. xliii. 394. 8; Pp. of Pamonin, ib. 
394- 7> Syn. Or. 34. 16. 

jbt*A^w (? j;-?) at Kennesrin, Sev. Ant. 
Vit. 268. 10, 305. 3, Sev. Lett. 117. 4, 
ZDMG. liv. 380. 

♦.QJV to hold firmly, ju,r\\ )^cu* am»«jx^L 
they brandished great cudgels, Dion. 173. 3. 
To set up, to establish \ ?yS ,s^ »q,\, )?a^ 
[xi k\ £ \ , G. Warda, ed. A. Deutsch 18. 24. 
Chem. to fix, become firm, y ^N. .£ Chimie 96. 3, 
100. 19. For Ujlo ^/ r xi^ fbw ib. 95 ult. 
Brit. Mus. 1593. 4 1 v lia s \&U> j+l )+&*» ^, 
Je^a^w jt)i9 ^ ib. 96. 8. 

J f iiiw chem. "fixation" t^ci^J? | r n\ Chimie 
95, 20. 

UacLS. J^sUJI c Akula, ancient name of 
Kufa and 35 miles S. of Pabylon, Hist. Mon. 
ii. 187 n. 4, Dion. 49. 2, 62. 3. 

|I^Lclq£ pi. in. inhabs. of Akula, Jac. 
Edes. Hex. 8 n. 2, Par Penk. 156. 14, 157, 3, 
Patr. Or. iii. i. 28. 11, Dion. 85. 11, 155, 21. 

» o »,nux pr.n. col. 2963. 4 af. Delete 
"corruptum est", &c. and see t.a.^.»«/ in 
Suppl. 



An^ 



254 



Klfti^. 



^nv. Ethpealal > ^a^A^l( to writhe, 
coil round, k—fl.\,-ja.Nl/ l-»cu*» (sic); corr. 
k.\n\n\l7 Yezidis 103. 12. 

JIaj^. the gripes, a griping pain, Med. 296. 
17, 23, 297. 6. 

yua.v. )uil£aa,.Q.y. distorted, perverse, a man 
with very long feet is U~po f*«V *n<£v But. 
Sap. Econ. iii. 3, Or corr. UJfcoo-Qj revengeful. 

>mnv. Ula^o ojs. having stings, Jfcs-»>o^? 
)]S>Aj.nnc>Qj^ J) drones are stingless bees, N. Hist, 
vii. 4. 5. 

},m«Q\ col. 2968. a spiral shell, Nold. F. S. 
i- 55 1 - 

; fl .v., ); „o v. col. 2970. sfoci, roo£, 
a medicinal plant, drug, add : |u*s?> )Sav 
^yvo honey -bearing flowers, A.M. B. v. 9. 7. 
Metaph. 1) father, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 431.5, 
507. 10, 12. 2) ^0 lower or inner part, 
JLLL^Lf Uiix Z/i<2 o/^ic nerve, Med. 32. 7, pi. 
ib. ult., Jw.^.'? 5^ the lower joint of the finger, 
ib. 27. 7. 

♦^p(t ]IjL£ Agrimonia Eupatorium, Med. 
357- 2 " 

ipjfi* ^w wild pomegranate, ib. 324. 18, 

J«Lo*i> ^x £//e Splendid Hoot which has 
magical properties, Med. 594-597. It is the 
mandrake, Mandragora officinalis. Cf . Frazer's 
Folklore of the O.T. Vol. ii., pp. 372-397. 

^. fiftO t^oy ^ rock parsley, Med. 299. 7, 
312 ult. 

Jln^oJ j*. chicory, endive, ib. 172. 13. 

KojjocuJo ;<£.£ rhubarb, ib. 163. 12. 

y ctuncp ? J£cL£ Pistacia lentiscus, ib. 247. 7, 
312 ult. 

Jj^jqo ia£. beetroot, ib. 172. 17. 

;.&i> S the caper, ib. 88. 6, 171 ult. 

IL+o ±L pyrethrum, ib. 55. 20, 59. 3, 7, 
555- 2. 

|*,o*,* or Jfcsj!*,? );AX liquorice, ib. 175. 3, 
247, 7, 299. 15. 

jiaoJL? ^fennel root, ib. 299. 15, 351 lT ]t, 



k^U^a^V^so (Jl) ineradtcaUy, Syn. Or. 
132. 18. 

o^jxx place-name, Doc. Mon. 214. 4, 
215 21. 

♦..X col. 2094. Palpel «j£*-£ to gargle, 
add : ^L^jLj let him gargle, Med. 59. 6, 
ii, 24, c*£c£&r> i.£i£j, ib. 561. 6, 10, 16; 
565. 10. 

JtaiLfcfv a gargle, Med. 59 ult., pi. ib. 
1. 1 ; 6. 2. 






add : sleet ; a storm .£♦ .Jjo^JX 

y*( »« fr\ S OK ^NS «-a^>? JL^ O.Off Ufji-O 

Ij ciXi^ JJ^i-i y*l© Uq?> V>?? J^M^-f?, Op. 
Nest. 112. 12 on Amos 1-14. A tempest, 
j*o^ ^so U=dL Hs^L, N. Hist. v. 1. 3. 

i-.^w denom. verb from Jfo«-S* a tempest? 
tumultuous, JioriA^a *mj)u3o/ «->;-X " </*« 
ocean was tumultuous with spray? (Brooks) 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 290. 2. 

J*£x m. mast of a ship, terror, Greg. Carm. 
ii. 32. 5. 

J;-X, w*-X col. 2975. to tajce. To take food, 
*%Zx>\JL h. 0^ ]l^L BA. under JLoVi 
col. 4314. Eihpe. *^^l( add: £0 &6 occupied, 

when he was not occupied in some spiritual 
work, he prayed continually, Jo. Tell. 25. 3. 

)UL col. 2977. E.-Syr. )UL m. myrica, 
tamarix, the tamarisk, ]^£f U±tf ©t )^L 
^a-JQjso \OuSth Med. 607. 22, J£^j J^fJ 
li^L^^i, ib. 603. 15; Ar.PflnN. 64 f. L. 13 
ofpar.l*o^J££,Med. 5 6i.i8. JJom? JU. 
Agnus casius vitex, cu-^XjL.sjvJLflJI JJjOa, .©», 
Med. 607. 23. ^_J1 JX-JSl the lotus tree, 
Praet. Miss. 50. 57 ; Onomasticon Lag. 16. 6, 
23. 28 quoted Ar.PflnN. 419. 

JfcwOjjSN. f. rigor, shivering fit of fever, 
add: plyos, Hippoc. iv. 29, 46, 58, 63 and 
often, JkLoL£, Med. 143. 2, 244. 2, 328. 8 
and often. 

U;^L col. 2977. frost, metaph. JUoo? UiX 
(he chill or shiver of shame, Jul. 149. 4. 



n£»T^. 



Aiv 



\1UL delete. The gloss belongs to \5i-£* 
and is rightly given col. 2993. 

JfcLix pi. Jfcll*£ occupation, pre-occupation, 
JUi^oli»? JfcLl^JsL Is. Nin. B. 130 ult,, 
131. 5 bis. 

koJj-S. (|oo>.) van [+lz>9\±»the Arabian 
Gulf, Jac. Edes. Hex. 14. 10, 12. Usual 
form Jx^t^w. 

«£>?.>- col. 2929. 2) to give security, to 
pledge, jL^^o ©^ k-=>;-^ W I judged myself 
for the lad, Jos. Wolflink 20 ult. 3) to mix, 
Chimie 11. 13, 12. 14. Pael &UL to take 
a pledge, appoint a surety, +**.z> **► ,a>/ o; S. 
Dion. 111. 22. 

|o^y. a pledge, security, jiaoj ^b* )o^ 
Josephus vi. 8 ult., Dion. ut. 21. 

j^fo^» col. 2980. last par. but one, from 
Op. Nest. 95. 6 should be Joja^ col. 690. 
Delete the paragraph. 



9 9 4 



JL^9a.bw an Arab, Hist. Mon. i. 131. 18, 
ka»oX +j? ib. 316. 15, Or. Xt. i. 304. 14. 

oL£. col. 2982 infra. Add: o^k? )to*l/ 
i.q. Beit 'Arabaye, the western part of 
Mesopotamia which formed the Metropolitan 
diocese of Nisibis, Syn. Or. 52. 17; 617, ZDMG. 
xliii. 399. 12, Eransahr 25, Z.A. xxi. 153. 

JLs;j£., )]^2>;^. col. 2981. 2) the willow, 
\\^j*X±s\ \^'^i Med. 567. 15, Jffo kJ>;-£ 
1. 13 af. add: ^^ j-s*.-^ Mary's Tree, prob. 
the rose-laurel or oleander, Med. 607. 20, 21 
where the description is that given in Op. 
Nest. 105. 3, viz. a willow with blossoms like 
roses. 

[?^L i.q, ]JJ>9^ oil^i*«ja the Arab City 
of Naaman, the Lakhmide Arab, i.e. Hira, 
Bahira 203. 3, 10. A place in Qardu, Chast. 
65. 15- 

)L=>;jL col. 2983. a desert, a hollow waste, 
add : ]j^ l^sf JojJX Chast. 55. 18. 

kli^L an Arab) an inhabitant of &IjL 
= U^i^. fcs^a Hist, Mon. i. 69. 18; JfcLi 
)Jo»^? the Village of the Arabs in Adiabene, 
M.Z. 60. 85. 



Jl^o^X col. 2984. 10 of par. lz>o*ff "Si 
Friday in Whitsun week, add to refs. : Daily 
Offices, Maclean 276, Brev. Ant. i. Kal. 40. 
14 ; kdLmoJ* -^ ib. 1. 2, 46 a infra ; ),»i'N» Z£ 
Friday of the Departed, ib., it is the Friday 
after the Eightb Sunday of the Epiphany, 
Daily Offices 268 ; these two Fridays and 
^joP? Jx are mentioned together, Brev. Ant. 
i. Kal. 50. 1, 56. 12, 13, 14; IjZ&* Si only, 
ib. iii. 182. 2; the other two Fridays, 184. 

Jl'o2>^o 1 ) mixture, B A. under \J^^L (o;£) 
col. 3982. 2) westerliness, lying to the west, 
opp. Jiot-*^j ? iD, De Astrolabe 260 ante p. 
jicu^^OD opp. Jtcuw^ao ib. 261. 4 af. 

col. 2986. centaury, knapweed, 



TflnN. 302, Med. 140. 9, 141. 5. 

^S^L col, 2986. Ethpa. ^Siil/'fo be 
sifted, metaph. a^a^l^ JAojJ^o? *+*} Stat. 
Schol. Nis. 170. 1, 2. 

)v<jL col. 2987. 111.pl. truffles, Ar.PflnN. 
303, Med. 161. 4. 

J?;-V. Arab. joV^c. a catapidt, engine of war, 
]?^v. wo><\\.N. yx*ja{o J>cl*X [±2> Cyrillona 
600. 4 af. 

*#]u£l/ Arab.j^c to be contracted, to shrivel, 
)5;-£]^& J*L» ?i? U QdhamW. 187. 18. 

^^iX. )lcu \ ^»Jv yj/iXcoais, being stripped 
bare of flesh as a bone, Hippoc. vii. 17. 

U^tX col. 2990. Corr. k^X incense and 
trs. to col. 2864. 

]k~a^;^L col. 2990. Leontice Leontopetalon, 
Ar.PflnN. 304 f., ref. Med. 429. 18. 

^Lx col. 2990. to knead. Ethpe. jl^Xl 
to be kneaded, pounded, Hormizd 2177. 

\ m \±jL Arab. (^Uu-c, TjXaKdrr], distaff, 
A.M.B. v. 362. 11 

JfcxXiiL perhaps Arab. y-fi>c juniper, Med. 
575- i3- 

3^x col. 2994. Pael &££. to change money, 
to commute, \J>&lz> kJb+£o o»lo^* £sJl^I she 
sold her goods and realized her property, 
Pallad. 193. 6. Ethpa. &1&U' to be changed 
as money ; ref. under yO*i foj> Suppl. 



reAlCXJ*. 



256 



LaAv. 



jaioLvw m. Arab. ^— *J-£ comb of a cock, 
esf Pin >>. ja^i.3 its comb is divided , Med. 

588. 3. 

\j&fQL^>* money, gain, )lli>? jo3*a:s.j jlaioof 
^e constant profit of meditation, Ballad. 55. 19 
= A.M.B. v. 73. to. 

JLcuL3>CLbw money changing, banking, pi. 
JLqlASjIclX mentioned with JL'^jr and jLoto/ 
the labours of husbandmen, merchants, and 
bankers, Poet. Syr. 71. 5. 

|&»X, Jk*9Lv. col. 2995. the willow, add 
ref. JfcLsL^if JfclaXx) Med. 175. 11. 

^3i.£. denom. verb from Ji^jJS*. to envelop, 
cover, )ls.*niD Jicu )J^^ fc^9;jL hidden 
fire enveloped the elect one, ITormizd 460. 677. 
Pass. part. jo©» ^>9;_£*5 )1^.Qa>q.x. jlSJ-is he 
was enwrapped in deep slumber, ib. 409. 
Ethpalal "^3*2^1/ to be enwrapped, unfolded, 
Hormizd n 15, 1828. 

)leuiV^».£. dullness of apprehension, dense- 
ness, Is. Nin. B. 218 ult. 

*l±- col. 2996. Ethpe. yt^U to be exposed, 
yO|ij£k*-> )»ei 1 \, Arab, ^j^jjl.) they will 
he exposed to fire, S. Dan. 67 b 10. 

J i o * *£. happening, ) L o « ^ ? ) c*£ *» accidental 
sins opp. Jfio^? ]o^~ premeditated sins, 
C.B.M. 570 b. 

*£>Lx col. 2997. to flee. Chem. ^a ud^j^. 
Jicu it is volatilized by fire, Chimie 40. i 7. 

)j50oL col. 2998. 5 of par. the fugitive 
= mercury as volatile, Chimie 15. 1, 36. 7, 
43- 2 3'> \^>i l&o±2L these drugs are volatile, 
ib. 40. 15. 

Jt»o«-^ col. 2999. in. juniper, cedar, &c. 
Ar.PflnN. 57, 63 f. The cyprress, Qapressus 
semper vir ens, Hjelt on Jac. Edes. Hex. 
Nold. F. S. i. 578, IL^L cuoo* U>^L G. Busame 
78 b 17. 



lo^L, JfcLoL£ col. 2999. Add: Jl^f u.o^ 
IfiavTono^s, crook-shanked, name of a tribe 
of Ethiopians, Gest. Alex. 177 ult. 

)is;j£fco2> col. 3001. F. pi. )l^±i3*-Vfc^2> 
actions to be avoided, shunned, Sev. Lett. 
274. 5- 

u^d^-^. of Irak, (sic) i^d^^ ]]^-*^o sulphur 
of Irak, Chimie 43. 14. 

pJL^ col. 3002. Ethpe. y\.i m \i( to be 
coerced, JJoo* »^s t^-.)uo^ ttA.\l/ ' ; celui qui 
a He force tyranniquement pmr la matiere ", 
Manicheisme 149. 10. 

^i\ col. 3003, to wax strong, add : *+z> 
^cuiii &}' pit v. may even thy younger 
branches grow strong, Ephr. Jos. 324. 12. 

)lo.i i.a/£to£> col. 3005. Add : kingly 
power opp. IclX-so? 9^0 \*i\*. Nest. Herac. 
147. 8; 488. 4. 

JS-i col. 3008 i.q. fco-^ col. 2935 to be 

wicked. 

JfcLx wickedness', jfcCa.iL )%S* %*.j7 IcL^s, 
fcu^mJ V he would not grieve even a 'wicked 
man, Ballad. 10. 4 af. 

kofci-X col. 301 1. juoicuX old age, o»roa^x» 
^oiQL+L* ]Lolalx his extreme old age, Hist. 
Mon. i. 167. 20. 

J^ofcOk, pi. J^fco*. i.q. )jSZ-£ nap, shag, tufts 
of wool, Op. Nest. 95. 4, cf. U>^ 1. 22. 
}i.^ao *JJ1^X Is. Ant. i. 118. 10. 

ffcLb* col. 3012. Jjloj*. riches. Add: in 
Mandaic the name of aeons or jinns, JjiLo^ 
Jjooj ujo ' Uthre, u splendours" , sons of 
Light, Bar Khoni, Coupes ii. 155. 4, 10; 
241 11, 

^•fc^^- pi. JJ£*^oL the rich, Dion. 35. 2, 
189. 3, 204. 10. 



257 



r*^V£ 



: 3f :o : *3 abbrev. for ^,\-9 ) +^ ».\.ft 

so and so, son of so and so. Charms 96. 97. 

o^o^S naXtov, a dye plant, Chimie 17. 7. 
See »cu^o3 col. 3063, and Suppl. 

io)& Paor, an Egyptian martyr, Sev. Ant. 
Hymns 610. 2. 

J-^-^J^J) col. 3019. a duck, N. Hist. vii. 
T - 5, 3- 2. 

' |u^^3 an inhabitant of .o;^Jl9 Patara, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 88. 3. 

jDte Palaea, a village near Ascalon, Pet. lb. 
77- 15- 

ks^jJ^9 col. 3020. (j)a\uyyiov, a kind of 
spider, N. Hist. vii. 3. 1. 

U^.^3 m.pl. Paltians, Sev. Lett. 51. 6. 
See t£0a£.^9 below. 

fcfla^jjcsojls perh. UafMtvrjs, Pamrnenius, Bp. 
of Ariassos in Pamphylia, Nold. F. S. i. 
472. 91, 

Jlj)L9 XJalva, an island oft* the coast of 
Mauritius, Jac. Edes. Hex. xix. ir. 

\j)& 4»'}vr), the bearded vulture, Natur 23. 5. 

*floo?o)w^9 for *x»)u43 col. 3022, Paneas 
(Caesarea Philippi), Nold. F. S. i. 468. 16. 

fcflDf'ojld iravovpos, a kind of crab, N. Hist, 
vii. 2. 2. 

t£DCi*&CLmjji3 perh. Havattyios, Pansophius, 
Pp. of Ibora in Poiitus, Nold. F. S. i. 475. 
140. 

^a^luDo)^ i. q. *oa*Xao)^ col. 3022. 3 af. 
Phaselis in Lyeia, Nold. F. S. i. 474. 126. 

<£0 oo^S (paws, duck- weed, Lenma, s ^\s*id\ .^. 
Med. 608. 2. 

^floo.iso)jii)l3 Ilapvavaas, Parnassus, a bpric. 
in Cappadocia, Nold. F. S. i. 47 r. 63. 

JlsjfJLs for Philadelphia, De Goeje B. 
65. 21. 



2710 



o» ct^jlSouau oifjls 7rap€yK€(j)aXls, the cerebellum, 
N. Hist. vii. 1. 3. Cf. Ju*cl*> l^> Suppl. 

l+i\& ndpns a) Paros, Brit. Mus. Or. 1593. 
287, k-j^3 J;-^fcoo* Jt>JL^ Epiph. 20. 32. 
b) Parian earth, Chimie 48. 19. 

*flocuja^jla name of a priest to whom 
S. Basil wrote, Journ. As. 1909, 280. 

u_JK-iOO-a«fi&„»jl.3 col. 3027. TTepuriTuptvt), 
a circumflex accent called also JuB^f )J> fipaxcia, 
Hebraica iv. 168, Syr. 1,2. 

s£t\ ■■ » »— a..jch-j^>»^3 llappevi$7)s y Parmenides, 
N. Hist. vii. 6. 2. 

|u^Dajj|u2 7rapa)ivfins, a derivative noun, 
marg. Jcmou* ^50? V-*-oo/ )l.a>ajolfte Jac. 

lules. Arist. 21. 14. Cf. ^oa^oo >!»L-3 

col. 3025. 

JLj^ col. 3028. pi. JLol^S a corner, end of 
hair, tOo^ico? J 161^3 ^o a fire scorched 
the ends of their beards } Warda 33 v, Hist. 
B.V.M. 116. ult, 

)^.^> col. 3029. Add : delectation, JI* 
Ui^3 ^xao jp.itt^J Tekkaf 174. 

ajoa^^J^ IIoXtos, P altos in Coele-Syria, 
Nold. F. S. i. 469. 29. 

♦s^ col. 3029. Pa. *^ to bridle, restrain, 
metaph. o»^^ n^? )**> V Sev. Lett. 490. 6. 
Act. part. Joo* t^"» k*2? )Io)ujo>^ Pallad. 
230. 3. Ethpa. # .JLs>L( to be yoked, harnessed, 
woo* *^m Jfc^o*^ Ephr. ed. Lamy iv. 6. 

I^cu^,^ pi. J^a^.^ stammerers, Med. 
180. 12. 

^^ Lat. pagus ? ^o^p JaJS-caJf ^^J 
o»!^»? he tvent to visit his village, A. M.B. vi. 

s 7 . 9 . 

«ffi(im^9 nijycHTos, Pegasus, Fphr. Ref. ii. 
27. 1. 

i,.\-^^ col. 3032. used in magic, prob. in- 
terpreting chance meetings, Vow S. Thes. 22 v. 

L 1 



;^9 col. 3033. 5 af. correct the passage 
from A than. Ep. ^*o. 25 to ^^A^o (]ucum±») 
rejoicing in temptations. 



258 



KVnaa* 



JL' 



cu; 



.Jifco£> f. incarnation, But. Sap. 



Isag. 2. 8. 

*3;^> col. 3034. )^^9o o*»fco twrroypaffios, 
a husbandman inscribed as belonging to the 
glebe, Syr. B,om. Bechtsb. 48. 8 af. 

|l3^Q-9 corrupt fr. viroypafyai, m. pi. the 
epistles of S. Paul, Hormizd 3197. 

«aLa>;.^3 pr.n.m. Persian, Pagrasp, mobed 
of Adiabenc, IT. Z. 50. 89. 

+S col. 3035. to wander, flee. Part. adj. 
hi «-»*£> 1 'flee. Test, llahm. 64 med. 

Jo?*3 one of the ingredients of a salve for 
wounds, Med. 585. 11. 

.CLa*?*3 ryTruTiKoV, a medicine for the liver, 
Med. 308. 4. 

]»a-^«_9 TTedarovpa, Lat. pedatura, Nold. 
quoted by Iloffin. mi. to Ahrens and Kriiger's 
Zacli. JJhctor. Parapet or the passage just 
within the wall of a fortress, A need. Syr. iii. 
207. 20, 208. 1 2. 

ipiLs a Persian village, A.M. B. iv. 215. 13. 

jj«£ col. 3038. Arab. ^IjL* a yoke of oxen] 
as much ground as a yoke of oxen can plough 
in a day, Dion. 155. 14, ^ooo-JLoo yOcw f 9 
their land and cattle, 1. 9, 157. 7. 

•£&-*_; ».3 pr. n. in. Pedanius, Josejdius vi. 
27. 12. 

^*3 col. 3039. to crush, shatter, ojj&laa 
o»NJ^*3o wo»cl&( ^o a stone hit his face and 
crushed it, A.M. B. ii. 26. 11. 

ULoJ> add: J^cu. A^^f JJj;C> S» )c^oU 
^Ae iron head of a bludgeon, BH. on Pro v. 
xxv. 18. PI. \£6'& A.M.B. iii. 267. 8, 9. 

Jj3*a col. 3039. «Ae stringing of a bow, 
discharge of an arrow, BA. and B B. under 
V$Ab col. 3771, DBB. 1854. 11. 

jl«J> for Jil^S a piece of bread, Dion. 98. 18. 



\o&. [lo*& col. 3041. a vagabond, Sev. 
Ant. Vit. 72 ult., *>*,*»• o Uc»3 ^Ju/ ib. 70. 
10, 71 ult. 

J?o*9 col. 3042. add: Arab. A4.9 a cheetah, 
ounce, ZDMG. xlv. 703, xlvi. 468. 5, Dozy 
Suppl. ii. 285. 

^—>aJ^©*-2> col. 3044. TTfXvpis, a large 
shell-fish, pi. *£oi*iici^c*3 N. Hist. vii. 2. 2. 

Ui^j<n3 from Pers. s^j 4-^b pahrag-ban, 
Lag. Arm. Stud. no. 1796, 1799, 1793, the 
town guard, Pers. Mart. 11. 866 = Jab. 442. 3. 

)LoQ.^oa^a.>»<H3 col. 3047. peripneumonia, 
Ilippoc. iii. 22. 29. 

kfio).AjcH^D)cH^>oj.3 7re//t ipprjvuas, Probus 9 1. 3, 
*m « i..v>^^»o^ But. Sap. Perilierm. tit., 
Isag. iii. 1. See »m»i-V>^;9 col. 3262. 



oo^a* *o*.3 Peripatetics, But. Sap. Perilierm. 
r. 2 ; )^i^.2L^to3 peripatetic, But. Sap. Pref.: 
see Juja*^.^&*i9 col. 3261. 

q-3 col. 3047. tyov, Valerian, refs. Med. 
2 45- i5» 354. 18, 359. 2, 370. 13. 

Phoebus Apollo, Sev. Ant. Vit. 246. 7. 

i^clS col. 3049. to grow weak or co/d; add : 
to vanish as youth otJ^o h>*^ JlcuXJ Is. Airt. 
ii. 122. 2, ^Lcu^J ^4^ 10 - 12 4- 2 °- Pa^l 
<^3 cool with a moist jag, Med. 580 pen. 
quoted under JA^£. Aph. ,^3^ add: to cool, 
calm \^&} ».,»,.:> o»i >\> ^s - ^^ t^*W *-^ 
when his mind teas somewhat relieved by tears, 
Jul. 8. 14. 

ji-^J?eL-3 gout, Hippoc. vi. 27 if. See 
1^*9 col 3037. 

kja-i.^JfaS irodayptKos, gouty, Hippoc. v. 23. 

JjV^jo^ col. 3052. ttovs, afoot. 1) measure 
of length, a pace ? ^^/^L^IT JfcLjoS apace 
equals two cubits, Med. 531. 7. 2) measure 
of time, equals ten sese (i.e. \ of a minute) 
ib. 1. 10. 

Jotoa col. 3052. a pustule, Med. 159. 5, 
Jo»cl3 J^Vo&j o©» U~qj^ ib. 163. 21, Jo»o9 
^iwof loa.*,^^ ib. 164. 3. 



JJO& 



259 



>aaA 



«**cu9. jLlcuS col. 3054. airy, spacious, 
IJLcLJb ]lU=> Med. 39. 5. 

]Lcu*cui> coolness, refreshinyness, )L'cu*qaS 
*l|? Is. iSin. B. 237. 4. 

ued^jai^ds Coptic Peta-Bast, name of 
a monk, Pallad. 126. 11. 

^oo^i^a-3 col. 3055. yfriTTciieos, 2 )arrot > 
Natur 33. 5. 

JIa*^Jcl9 novTokiKT], a wide-mouthed glass 
bottle, Chimie 58. 12, la*^£> ib. 1. 18. 

^a.9, ^3 col. 3057. to mix, work up; 
to knead, imper. ^ols Chimie 43. io, Med. 
164. 8, 558. 17. 

JJa9 col. 3058. 7 af. ' Delete " forum r . 
Uv\i), gate, JI^j-^jjo? JJa9 Act. Mart, ii. 142. 10 
= A.M.B. iv. 109. 18. 

Jla9 var. Jlis> Nest. Home. 65. 15 abbrcv. 
for jaLod^aS Pauliuians, ib. 64. 17. 

fl)a9 s^eZ. See col. 3143 and Suppl. under 

kuj d^ d9 Paulonians, followers of Paulonas, 
a pupil of Ephrem Syrus, Hist, Mon. i. 177 
= ii. 354 n., 141. 1, Nest. Herac. 12. 3, 6, 
64. 17. Of. Joc^oi) col. 3058. 

JlI^>cu^o3 col. 3058. Add: fern. JfcLrod^aS 
Pauline, Takhsa 134* 2 ^ 

u»6#-»Jcl^cl9 twXvciMis, of various forms, 
5? Jl£^ Med. 213. 12. 

JJjo^aa, )J^.a^cl19 col. 3060. 7roXtr€trt, ^6 
state". U^A^aS? U>dj*u ™ ttoXltikov vopipov, 
Civil Law, Sev. Ant, Yit. 52. 6, 56. 1. 
Add: kingdomU^6^Q2i i^as ao;ol( A.M.B. 
iii. 233. 10. Metapb. mode of life, U^o^da 
Jj^jaa^ *^X*? %/ former way of life, ib. 
243 pen., )^=>o? Koo/ k^s^ciS Sev. Lett, 
261. 2, ^? lu^^cxoi^ U\s> ib. 365. 18 
perhaps statesmanship here ; 1 ^-fi N ^ 
|ux*>? ]uo*>?? U£~J^o-2>? following Elijah's 
mode of life, ib. 390. 5; JLofV^ao? }^^ci9 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 66. 11. 

JJ^L£..a^c£3 TroXtTLKik, civil, add: [4^? l^s 
j^n^-N^ a civil court, Sev. Lett. 127. 19, 
with U**> 128. io, with iflodjsaj 1. 13, 



J^^cu^sXaS JLo^Jcuja secular administration 
opp. Jfc^J.**o* spiritual i.e. ecclesiastical, ib. 
427 pen., JILL^clNLc^ lua^a.* politics, But. 
Sap. Philos. i. 1, Pol. ii. tit, 

^q2^clS TraXdrtov, a palace, Diosc. ed. 
Nau 23 pen., 28. 15; see ^£^9 col. 3155 
infra, 

)Jjo^d9 malabathrum, Med. 362. 23; see 
*o^9 col. 3146 ult. 

u» o f a3 abk ci9 col. 3061. itoXvttovs, iwlypus, 
a zoophyte, ug>d. fod .\— 9 Natur 54. 11, 
a»d-9d»^d-9 ib., Anecd. Syr. iv. 92. 3, 
>(Y>^\o9 1. 5. 

jlau»ju^a9 m.])\.Apollinarians1 G. Busame 
42. 22. 

)Lr^.aXo-3 pr.n.f. Pulcheria, Diosc. ed. 
Nau 22. 10. 

v d^;Ji.^CL9 Polcarion, name of various 
medicines, Jian^-i? .d-»iA^d9 Med. 317. 6, 
[j^si 9 ib. 320. 7, 321. 18. 

♦m^^da (jivXXWts, prob. Scolopendrium 
officinariini, hart's-tongue, Diosc. 3. 121. 
)&4 b^fcLfc^ ^.^^i-9 N. Hist, vi. 
2. 3 infra, 

.^ . vn\ ^.o> </>Aop>9, Verbascum, mullein, 
Ar.PflnN. 67 ; Anecd. Syr. iv. 38. 21. 

4d*?d9.^d9 col. 3002. iroXvnodiov, a disease, 
polypus, Med. 62. 13. 

j,^.\ci9 cj)v\aKi), prison, jail, Sev. Ant, 
Hymns 181. n. ter. 

*>cl9, Ua&J2> col. 3063. 14 of par. k»;J> f Q-9 
i. q. ^^ the middle part of the alimentary 
canal, viz. the stomach or the pylorus; the 
passage is confused, Med. 267. 5, 271. 20, 
272. 9, io, 23 opp. Ufcl**r <h^*>ci9 the rent, 
ib. 267. 7, 329. 2. [Lvo'i f o9 what? " ?W^ 
of pomegranates", Budge, Med. 213. 14, 214. 9 
''pomegranate pulp", ib. 409. 22, 411. 2 t 
L. 2 af. «&/<? Ua*? Ua^. oaS see U*^ Suppl. 
Col. 3064! 17 pc?.9 ^& (tfl') to ™F«* /™ m 
memory, A.M.B. v. 484. 2 i. q. ^*> )o& U^ 
)a± to say by heart, Hist. Mon. ii. 586. n. 6 
= Pallad. 232. 2. Orally, add El. Tir. Gram. 

i, 1 2 



po.^a.21 



260 



>n. 



•V 



CI* 



3. 16. L. 30. jo|j? Jo*>a9 name of a monastery, 
Doc. Mon. 219. 14. 

tt>ri°> denom. verb Palel eonj. to pronounce, 
^^,vio>.v> El. Tir. Gram. 36. 5. 

*x&a3 denom. verb. Pauel conj. from JLaocud. 
Add : to mouth, to emphasize, ^i^oa.^o q.9l3Q 
JLu»JJ we lay stress on the second letter, BA. 
under Jj^jhjso col. 967. 

~o)o*dci9 Cliimie 15. 22. See ^*«oJu*309Cl9. 

tO«jjL30Q& nvfiavfto = Tvfxav$os, Tymandos in 
Pisidia, Nbld. F. S. i. 473. in, Byz. Ztst. 
1901, 129. 

iJDOi *) \ q^Q^ Col. 3064 Ult. WOfl(f>n\v^ 

deposit from a furnace esp. copper slag. Eef. 
soot, Med. 81 ult. 

Jucl3 <p<ovr), the voice, fco/ ^^ JJ* )Licl3 oot 
griVe yo?ir worrZ no£ to escape, Vit. Monopli. 
85. 27 ult. PL *£ajo.2kJ2> Q-^iD *!/te?/ applauded 
loudly, Anecd. Syr. iii. 170. 9. 

u»d_>o_3 7rt'wa, a mussel which produces 
golden threads, Natnr 57. 11. 

^^0 0,-0.*-^ 0-9 col. 3065. the phoenix, refs. 
Anecd. Syr. iv. 58. 6, Natur 28. 6, .m'wo.9 
ib., ^mruaQ Or. Xt. v. 24. 8. 

|uOua& col. 3066. 1) <I>oivtKr), Phoenicia, 
add: Hex. Ex. xvi. 35 ed. Lag. 2) a pre- 
scription for phthisis, Med. 242. 3. 

fcir>)^a.Aja3 (poivLKuis, the Phoenician wind, 
so the Greeks called the wind between the 
wintry East and the South \JL&}±-bd \Lj+& 
Jix^lsX N. Hist. v. 3. 2. 

ioDQjd a(\)6ai, eruption, Hipj)oc. iii. 23. 

tflo^QDoS (^) Budge corrects .^f^-oV eh 
nia-av, Pisa, Gest. Alex. 38. 8. 

hfloQ^l^oDCLd <PavrTTos, Faustus (ProUasV) 
Bp. of Limenia, Nbld. E. S. 473. 109. 

woo Q-j )■ > l * fc re cuS pr . n . m . Fauslinianus, 

C.B.M. 11306. 

l^aIfino-9 col. 3068. ot (ftvo-iKot, j)hysicians, 
Coupes ii. in. 1. 

\>r\ ***<* o> Treio-pa, persuasion*, ^ v\ ^ ^ o* ^ 
t*^*? in my opinion, Th. Mops, on Jo. i. 23 
p. 43. 11. 



l^jooaS Lat. posca, an acidulous drink, 
a beverage of water and beaten egg, used by 
common people and soldiers, Jo. Tell. 23. 8. 

I^-dK^doS ()uO>cu) pistachio green, Brit. 
Mus. Or. 1593. 44 r and so correct koJ^ooa.9 
in the corresponding passage, Cliimie 100. 2, 
Jkw*ok»aoci9 Jksj3fCL» ib. 1. 14. See )Lol^m9 
col. 3199 pen. and add: Ar.PflnN. 69, Jac. 
Edes. Hex. Nbld. E. S. 575 ult. 

Jo£<i3 pi. Jk_>kc3 pustules in the mouth, 
pi.ll ^ \jy£± \£^\ f^lftJt, Med. 608. 3. 

Jokis Lee ]L^cl3, Heb. W3 pr. n. f. Puah, 
Ex. i. 15 Pesli. i.q. Jia.3 col. 3047. 

^rn^\°> q-» (laaJsS a9 IIo/x7r7/Vo7roXij, Pompeiopolis 
in Cilicia, Nbld. E. S. 470. 56. 

JaSaS 7TtVoi/€y, cucumbers or p%unpki;m, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 28. 6, Nan in loc. K.O.C. iv. 
546 but Kimavov, a sacrificial cake, Kugener. 

jdclS, *a3. mSoq.3 col. 3069. yf iv \xj], yawning, 
Hippoc. vii. 52. 

Jks-Do.^ col. 3070. Xuyuo'9, Au-y£, hiccoughs, 
Hippoc. v. 3. 55, vi. 13. 38, vii. quater, Med. 
28. 10, 20, 289. 8, 290 ter and often. 

JI^jdcuS a cleft, ravine, pi. lio^? ^ooD Ephr. 
Kef. ii. 36. 6. 

M3d9 col. 3070. fpwKrj, a seal. PI. oJL=> 
imisod Natur 59. 17. Perhaps also o»oa9 
which, as snakes and efts, has a double tongue, 
N. Hist. vii. 6. 6, t^ocxS ib. 1. 5. 

J^JjaoS (f)VKai$a, red dye stuff, Chimie 235 11., 
uaoo**kocL3 ib. 260 n. 5. 

aaoa-jDQ-S col. 3070. 2) ^Dkoj, sea-weed, 
Nbld. E. S. 568. 

^QDugooajDoS ^vKoxris, red dye, Chimie 58. 
23 uis ? 59- l > 2 > » m » mt> CLa ib. 55. 18, 56. 3. 

|^.iDCi3 ttvkttjs, a boxer, J?«^£ ^~»j»? l^ ^ 
Pallad. 596. 10, Greg. Carm. i. no. n. 

aft^.iia.9 m, pi. ttvktikoi, piigilists, boxers, 
)fl^ *Jo*jL lUdo/ d,,c>.A ^JbeuS But. Sap. 
Isag. 2. 4, 



^ocu9 col. 3070. </w «r£ of boxing, 
Jlottt? )fc^?- Loo/ u»a^j5cu3 But. Sap. 



00 



C&Skn 



OA 



261 



T.1-1& 



Isag. 2. 4. /( boxing match, a contest o\.v 
u>,n,;,-^wO Q-&-X S. Dan. 59 a 21, *6^-jil^ 
^Q^^-iD a3 ? ib. 67. 1. 

^oci^a.£>a3 cod. B. tflori\°>.ocp RovKicfnAos, 
Bucephalus, Gest. Alex. 31. 12. 

ja3, ;9 col. 3071. to be hot. Act. part. 
fein. pi. va-SJ»? JUs var. vuIjL y^3 wy //o£ 
tears flowed, Jos. Narses 105. 2. Ethpaual 
last]* to be red-hot, ylaJkoo ***l&( *■*>? l§)o 
.»ci6ko£o )«-£! stones cast forth from Etna 
are burning hot, N. Hist. iv. 1. 1. 

u»aaj5fcX »o3 7rvpikdfjLnr]^ fire shine, Ej)lir. 
Bef. ii. 26. 47. 

tab IIcopos, Porus, an Indian King, Gest. 
Alex. 139, 17. See ^socioS col. 3073. 

liLa^ooa^Jfd© a fragrant salve, Med. 220. 7. 
Possibly ivvpeQpov Itttukov, Horse's PyreUirum, 'I 
Cf. yoitcHfa^ col. 3072 infra, two other 
spellings col. 3073. 

1*1*1109 llvpjjvr], the Pyrenees, Jac. Edes. 
Hex. 34. 8. 

^*m*^9CL9 TTopyUriv i.e. iTKopiuvov, magnesia, 
Chimie 54. 3. 

^poo»a9 rrvpipii^os, fire-proof sc. fire-clay 
^*d)j*>o^3 J 1 ^ 3 o^^Q-a, Chimie 16. 6, 294 
n. 2 and so Duval collects for ^o)jsoq.9 ib. 
j 5. 22, 292. 1. The corresponding passage 
Brit. Mus. Or. 1593 has ^o^c>a9. 

CL-^-jofa-3 Pyrrlumians, followers of the 
philosopher Pyrrhon, Probus 102. 6. 

o»o*a9 pi. oj>o9 1) Sev. Ant. Yit. 68. 4, 
Nau corrects </>owu, ruffians, cut-throats, 11.0.0. 
iv. 567 11. 1. 2) nopm, pores of the skin, 
Med. 195. 19, 232 ult. kiA-if »*o»©i>o9 ib. 
330. 16, 380. 19. dL^oX JokJ'I? 0JCV9 v*Icl9 
)&olLv the opening of the pores of the earth to 
let springs gush forth, N. Hist. iv. 1 sect. 3, 
11. 3. 

u»o?ei9 col. 3073. 1) pr.n.ra. Pyrrhns of 
Epirus, philosopher, Sev. Ant. Yit. 40. 10. 
2) the island Pharos, A.M. 13. v. 558 nn. 8, 9, 
6*9 oX in the text. 

)^J»cl9 Lat. porta, m. j&aBulTl^tds A.M.B. 
iii. 306. 5 var. Uo9 nvXrj. 



ifn » ^w>a-S col. 3073. irvpiTrjs, pyrites, 
]1^a1^oJ^do Jl^*ido»? tm*^..»fa9 Chimie 8. 17, 
an^^.fa3 \b\o ib. 9. 13, 16. 

*floo«» ».fo.*po))jo.9 77vpo\ap7ris, -/(W, glow- 
worms or possibly nvpaXis* pyralis, fireflies, 
N. Hist. vii. 2. 2 )>oj s+J&i l^oo/ gloss, ib. 

o^AAia^jaa the pre-Zoroastrian religion of 
Persia, Jab. 526. 1. 

jbtttQu^ Lat. forma, a sealed letter, an 
Imperial rescript, o».i>o Joo* );«i3^oof o'o* 
Jl2>o»<x9 ^n^jsif Bet. Ib. 57. ' 19. Forma, 
Ti'7ro? vel Epistola, littera formata cui iinpressa 
est forma seu imago scribentis, in sigillo 
scilicet, Du Gauge. 

)J*cl19 col. 3074. 1) furnus, an oven, refs. 
Natur 63. 5, 8, A.M.B. iii. 383; *_>jo-9 
a furnace, Chimie 12. 14. 2) nopvj], a harlot, 
C. B.M. 1 1 22 b, pi. onjjfcuS Anecd. Syr. ii. 
269. 27. 

)fc^j*o3 col. 3074. a, flat loaf ref. pi. 
jbcu*2£? Jls*j*ci9 Jab. 222. 6. 

Ji9*CL9 Lat. furfur, chaff jtSta9 oO*9*a9 
001 his delight is mere chaff compared with his 
former bliss, Ephr. ed.Lamy iii. 53, 26, iv. 423. 
21; Jisjo^ lojsof ^cHCiifjD^s^lofco lest we be 
as light as chaff before him, Hormizd 909, ly^s, 
( )cu? ib. 2982. 



.£> JCl9fCL9 y> 



y- 



> a written 



i ^H* !. » ,» >CL3 BeiS. *^>\ 

accusation, Jab. 238. 3, 14. 

*,a9, aS col. 3075. to fall short of o*o» 
Jo* ^50 oC^ *>\^f * J£-^9 )ooi jL*_Qoo)u:>t 
Jch^L/ Jochj? they say that He who teas of 
fleshly substance fell short of being God, Nest. 
Herac. 20. 8. Aph. *+&]* to leave off a a ^o U 
he does not leave off throwing stones, Anecd. 
Syr. iii. 44. 6; to leave yoj? ot,s/ JJ J^-^o 
they left none remaining, G. Warda ed. 
A. Deutsch 8. 13. 

U,a9 col. 3077. pause, rest from labour, 
Is. Ant. ii. 118. 15. L. 6 of par. inter- 
mission, jxtnse between attacks of intermittent 
fever, Hippoc. iv. 43, 50, vii. 56. 

*-*a-9 add : »,,»,• ».»9 they only remain, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 69. 24, jlo "\ * n\ •> r - » -_■_<& 



jLo^ajL^L^o they are left lonely in their old 
age. Ja1>. 476. 7; Nest. Herac. 106. 18. 

JUaLulcLAjaD cessation from daily labour, 
rent, Poet. Syr. 71. 7. 

)Iq.i,»^no a falling short, non- attainment, 
Is. Nin. R 88. 19. 

*^*,cl3 correct ^*,a9 Arab, <^y. E.-Syr. 
bpric, now Goriyan W. of Herat, on the Heri 
Hud, Syn. Or. 165. 11. 

JIcl9 col. 3078. Rubra tinetorutn, madder, 
add refs. Chimie 45, 4, u, &c, Med. 198. 12, 
354- ii, 14, 37°- 19. 1)ion - 8 7« 14, 123- I2 - 

dja-jfQ^ji'o-S m. pi. Pythagoreans, BIT. 
Philos. 8. 3 ; J&L iia^iLaa [a!lx> ib. 

)j.jsoLcu3 ttv$/jlt}u, the bottom of a furnace, 
Uq\d? U^oio9 o r r^ Stud. Sin. ix. 97. 5. 

»-m.. 9 . J^-^ds col. 3080. 10 of par. the 
2>owe,rful muscles on each side of the neck, 
.60*-*** a.9 ^,*»*ufcO » »N ;^>^ \( if the muscles 
of tlte neck are full and firm, Med. 36. 13, 
tOo^M*a3 ^^ \ j>^. v > ]. 15. 

JL^S col. 3CJ80. (JjL&jo making lascivious, 
\^x9 001 ]uju°> v> jLflu»a^]3H. in Koh. vii. 3. 

vi«*9 Pa. <&**£> col. 3082. to settle, determine 
J^BQ,Yi i r> ycu/ q.^ol^4 Jtsjuoot Jtjli^^k Syr. 
Rom. Ilechtsb. 33. 6. 

I VW9> 3) equality ', JJLl^d* )sN?t~2> ta*aX 
JlTI^x^o .60^0 tcu^ equality of ratio of the 
universal to tlte particular, 1511. Theol. 4. 2. 

)^ai v>»»9JS-*p the comparative position, 01 
heavenly bodies, Gcorg. Arab. 25. 3. 

'+*+£> Etlipa. +LLir eob 3085. 1) to 6e 
shattered, \m/) Jo©» jJliiLf Goliath's armour 
was shattered as potsherds, Jac. Sar. Horn, 
ii. 74. 2) to he made out of clay, \>k_j t^ 
;.-iU>&o*> m9 hard stone, not artificial as 
earthenware, ib. 65. 

)jL& an earthen vessel, Takhsa 106. 7 af., 
109. 8. 

\11LL 1. 3 of par. adj. }lL*iJi£ J^i an 
earthenware spout, Chimie 101. 10, 11. The 
ref. to Jac. Eden. cd. Mart, is / not f. 



262 



jyj) sulphur, Chimie 



MXa.mu9 ? marg. 
36. 22. 

1^*9 col. 3085. Pass. part. k^*9, Jl&^ 
pierced, bored through, )\U**2> Jifo^J J&>9? 
JkLa? cH^i^fc* )o« A.M.B. v. 24. 8 Cod. B.; 
the text and the parallel passage in Pallad. 
have kLk.9. 

Js^a^.9 eol. 3087. a relish, add: l^&9 
h ">^ .*» ^■ iD ? sour curds, yaourt or masta, 
7,. A. xxii. 81. 

Jfi^-^.9 m. pi. those suffering from gout, 
Pallad. 428. 7. See Ju^S col. 3038. 

UoJo.^.9 COl. 3088. TTTODTtKOS, ) ^ ,^K.V> 

Jk.*iL^a^9 is defined as referring to time ])ast 
or future opp. JL*>t ]i^j» which refers to 
the present only. Also ^o*o!^*/ jlIiLja.^9 

jfcsJ^CL9.,i© ]^>o/ *jQCL*jODCL^91> ]L(^cus^t 00* 

>*^o»a o» w »njop( cki^J^A,/ 7rra)Tt^oy means that 
(word) «0/«g7a fyy //^ addition of a case has 
its original form changed i. e. is inflected, 
BH. Periherm. i. 2. 

J^^a^a^.9 tttcotiko)s, grammatically declined 
but here a play upon words, ^_3i Jl? 
k~»iA^o^9 lest thou fall into evil case, lit. 
lest thou fall fallingly, Tekkaf. 22. 

*flQ*ao cl^ 9 col. 3088. a case, add: BH. 
gives four letters which form cases o X => ?, 
.)j*j;.^0 .JLiij; -*i\ .]iaj^cl=> .[mJVbf', Stoics 
and grammarians add a fifth, the sign of the 
Vocative U;a 6( Periherm. i. 2 infra &a>o( 

G. Busanie 51 v 4 ; Jac. Edes. Arist. 2T ult. 

juttKM.^.9 Arm. pq.fi tu^pi, a Governor, chief - 
satrap, Lat. vitaxa, Lag. G. A. 187. 31, Arm. 
Stud. 375, ZDMG. xxxiii. 159, xliv. 533, 
Ivi. 435, Tabari 449, Pens. Mart. 34. 2 and 11., 
250. 6. ioU? U-1^9 Mar Kardag 5 pen, 
31. 10, 32. 4, U-^9/ Anecd. Syr. iii. 259. 1, 
13, 25, 260. 1 ; U^&, ]^£ JU^A.M.B. 
iii. 497, 498, iv. 221, Uft^W ib. n. Cf. 
lmi>3 col. 3038. 



)l cvi ^9 governorship, vice-royalty, 
JLls>?o»eu>? )\i\\ jio,^ \>ko Jia*a^9 S. Dan. 
106 T9 = A.M.B. iii. 497 med. 



**v 



2G3 



"UX-lirC J^ A a> 



Ji^.9 7reraXor, -a, a leaf ov flake of metal, JJ^9 
U^j? Chimie 2 ult., D)i9f 9 ib. 3. 1, Uj|? 9 
1. 6, )+2>i* L 11 and often. I. q. Ju^^S col. 
3089. 

jiA^k^9 see 1^*^09. 

ja^-9. Ua^.9 gorging, fattening, ^^.9 
Ji^f Is. Nin. B. 18. 

|oo^9 i. q. ooa^Hs col. 3019. Fatima, 
Bahira 238. 24, 234. 15 &c ^^-9 *+±z> 
Fatimites, ib. 242. 6. 

^X9 col. 3091. to perceive, refs. ^,9 II 
IiiX»)o he complained that SeVerus did not 
recognize his dignity, Sev. Ant, Vit. 279. i ; 
^-jD^-jf — JLuL-i o*o» ^.-^-9 that builder teas 
intelligent enough to frame, Ephr. Ref. i. 
14. 41. 

♦.^9 Aph. ^9/ r col. 3093. 17 of par. Add : 
to bring j^ia^J) «.LY^9( W I hare brought tliee 
to honour, Abikar 51. 13 possibly »*i;AW- 

JL-J-9 col. 3094. new, crude, metaph. ^kmj( 
).jucl=> ****^>9 crude thinkers, BH. Theol. 3. 1. 

jJt^.^k—^ transient, )J^9fcsj£> ]i J*o>a.J 
Hist. Mon. i. 378. 16. 

Jtojo^ii col. 3095. patron ship, *%&%**,} 
*6o*Lcu6i^ ^i*o»U? oot ILL Is. Nin. B. 

266. I ; Qjoi^.9 OUiX with gloSS o-vvrjyopia, 

pleading, Hormizd 161 1. 

)^Lfot^9 patronage, joJ? ^^jo^9 Vj Bar 
Penk. 13. 1. 

0s n _- «^; 1 °> Petronius, a disciple of 
Pachomius, Diosc. ed. Nan 94. 2. 

>o.i .Nfrou^-9 col. 3096. Petroselinum, 
rock-parsley, yai*X*x» J j.^9 Med. 49. 7, 20, 
50. 8, 608. 5. 

*£9 col. 3098. J^cl^9 (for JLVa^S?) 
BH. says this is a description of a natural 
object opp. )L P qA»N>»» which is a mathematical 
figure, (ULLLo )lii3a-* om>1^*(* Jl^ci^.9 snub- 
nosed is a natural figure i^oo ^ao JlaXJ^** 
J) }+~»j h ^.? jl^a^S .^uJlS-'so )+*~J ^Jsd 
J09LL? )u» T >o *f£o concavity is a concept apart 



from nostril ; now it is noiuise possible to conceive 
of'Snubness ivithout a nose, Philos. 8. 2. 

*aojL..;-4jLL9 liame of il prescription, Med. 
320. 18. 

h flpQ.a»-s»Q> pr. n. of an alchemist, Pebichius 
sc. Epibi chins i.e. Horus the falcon, Chimie 
47. 16, trad. 85 u, 

K^9 col. 3099. Add : guards, armed police ', 
Tabari 448, infantry, ib. and 442, Lag. G. A. 
74. 188. Jo^i»t-9? JL^il ^oo*-fcwj? U^-9 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 258 ; W&o 1^19 Jab. 391. 1 ; 
Gest. Alex. 63. 1, A.M. 15. iv. 129; 1^9 >*,» 
Paigan salar, chief of police, Jab. 269. 10. 

U<^a9 cS:c. col. 3100. wild rue, > add: )Ll^*9 
^ajfc^> ,5». )±2>9 Chimie 54. 10, Ar. PflnN. 
371 f., Med. 135. 9, )uu^9 \kjj ib. 393. 8, 
608. 2 and often, ef. &W& Suppl. 

^i^j*x9 vars. y^U*^, y.^1^^9 perh. 
Arm. P'aitakaran, Paidangaran., the fourth 
region of Azerbaijan along the Araxes, 
Kacrmavi], Syn. Or. 76. 28, 89. 25, 109. 17, 
332 n. 3, *;^jU*^ ZDMG. xliii. 402. 3, 
V^{;-*9 1. 9- 

*sj*o*9 cod. B., iO)cu9 cod. S., ^DJ^9 name 
of one of three messengers sent by Nimrod to 
Balaam, Schatzh. 178. 13, 

u^jjja^_9 or w*j»a-A.9 pr. n. m. Schatzh. 
178. 13. 

■ » XT 

J|~*-9 a tablet or plaque of metal used as 
a symbol of authority with the Mogul Kings, 
Jab. 36. 15, taken away from the Catholicos, 
ib. 41. 9, luifil^i? .Ucil fc^oo/ k*o*f? )i*9 
jaiucixso ib. 93. 5. 

J-^Ju^9 col. 31OI. TT^ibtov, dimin. of Trefu, 
hem, border, Du Cange gives o-reViM aTa alK ^ 
aT€(j)dvrj to explain ire&Tia and Trffma, Z. A. 
xvii. 90. 

^-^-j^f>( ^-^-9 prob. originally / ^ — »-i 9 
j~^*j\ iUjLi official name of J^~ al-Khatt. 
City on Persian Gulf, founded or more probably 
re-founded by Ardasir, Eransahr 42, Tabari 
20, ^?>J^9 Syn. Or. 128. 16, ZDMG. xliii. 
404. 12. 



ooa^G.icn^j.^ 



264 



rtlL^fiax^ 



a»o^6fo^ja^3 name of a remedy for chills, 
&c, Med. 359. 22. 

JLb n/AAu, Fella, a city of Macedonia, Gest. 
Alex. 29. 3, JLI-9 as if pi. ib. 31. n, 16, 
JJLL9 ib. 50. 7; 58. 19, ^-2> ib. 5. 3; 
^cojls ib. 23. 14. Cf. acjls col. 3134 and 
H\<> col. 3158. 

-oooJu^JL^ i.q. oaootJLwS col. 3103 ult. 
Philolheas, Bp. of Irenopolis, Nold. F. S. 
471. 69. 

» o&XZX*3 podophyllin, Med. 169. 2, 170. 
16, 20, 171. 1, 11, 18. 

v a^Jb*>ci!^*9 <t>i\o}i7)\iov, Philomelion, bpric. 
in Tisidia, Nold. F. S. 473. 119. 

«cl^*9 col. 3105. 6 of par. v i^Sf Uslsd 
the Philo drug, Med. 103. 10; *a!^3? \mL 
ib. 356. 21 ; yo.^^9? i&la^ by the stones of 
Philo, part of an incantation, Protection 4. 19. 

IuJq^Ls col. 3105. the Philo medicine, 
made of poppy juice and hyoscyamus seed, 
Med. 172. 12, JLJc£k*9 ^flocL^^fcs-jf ib. 425. 
8, 12, )\Ua>'J* J.Ijq^^3 ib. ult., i.q. ULJs> 

^>cujQ»3a. ^L», g col. 3108. Add: pi. 
t^_tc\ c>c\ V ^ o> (j)i\imovoi, the assiduous and 
diligent, a body of zealous convert s at 
Alexandria, devout and philanthropic, Sev. 
Ant. Vit. 12. 6, 24. 3, 33. 1, 214. 12, R.O.C/ 
iv. 347, 543- 

)»q,^°> Geop. 62. to corr. yCUL^»o.-\-a 
Ar.PflnN. 316, the limetree. Refa. Geop. 23. 
21, yOfoJLs Chimie 219 11. 3. 

l^s^^^S <j)i\oTi(iia % a contribution towards 
the restoration of a church, A need. Syr. iii. 
324. 20. Cf. Jahrb. Thcol. vii. 190. 

,,mn vimr^-V a Felicissimus, an associate 
of Julian of Halicamassus, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
279. 5; im^ir-Q^^ Anecd. Syr. iii. 51. 17. 
Cf. >£DQ.*\*rr\«£k*^+2 col. 3110. 

joGm^A\A9 Fhihmiusus, Bp. of Pompeio- 
polis, Syn. Or. 470. 56. 

**1*9 see JL.9. 



*r»aa.A^3 corr. vfioo.9csXci3 polypus, Jo. 
Tell. 60. 6. 

6junsL^.*s Philippians, Gest. Alex. 42. 12. 
Usually Ufiol2uJ^*3 col. 31 10. 

ucdclOa^aS var. oaaia-^AS <Pl\T]Kos i island in 
the Red Sea, Jac. Edes. Hex. xx. 7. 

^»o.aii*XA3 Phihppicus, Fmp., Brook's 
Chrou. 572. 4. 

clU2> ntuosy superficial colouring of silver, 
Chimie 213 11. 1. 

jL»2a^.i*3 llivrovaf)ia, one of the Isles of the 
Blest, Jac. Edes. Hex. xix. 15. 

tttCLLO*3 Pinianus, husband of Melania 
the younger, Pel. Ib. 27. 19, ^»clj)lI±3 Pallad. 
190. 6, [±*x& ib. 199. 11, ^uooJujL^ ib. 201. 6. 

(^ii^S. <a±2> denom. verb Ettaph. i*Isil( to 
be an example, )',+ J^ QAiSi'fco Tekkaf 143. 

Ua.*£ Aphel <Aex+&j y col. 31 14. Add: JJ U 
o*X »mA2L^i fxi) uneidei avrw, Hex. Ex. XXlii. 2 1. 
To exculpate, justify oneself .61s^oo» ^*cyv»SW> 
Alio ^-^^ ida*^l Nest. Herac. 191. 9; 
to entreat, persuade, g^a^oo o#^£ )o©» ^m^a.-'so 
Pallad. 83. 20. 

}i^v.o>^ col. 31 18. Add: with JJ dnLdavos, 
unconvincing, incredible, \jl£b^&.2& V Ju^oa.** 
imjiossible slanders, Sev. Ant. Vit. 65. 9 ; 
l^im>^ il (JL*>) id. Lett. 137. 16. 

J^m*£ inhabitant of Ilciva = Ulaa, Pisa in 
Elis, Gest. Alex. 42. 14; m. pi. Jlm^s or 
\*A:°> ib. 45. 15, 46. 3. 

.^- fc^ °> col. 31 19. faith, belief add: 

Vit. Men. 80. 9, <^-*l*' «X\A .m.^^ax9 
«jjo).jj everyone may say what he holds to be 
true , 1. 16. 

)J r >«i^ col. 3120. Pisidia. Add : a Pisidian, 
of Pisidian birth, Sev. Ant. Vit. 10. 12, 211. 4. 

.Aau9 col. 3120. 11. 71-01770- iv, poetry, a poem, 
Moberg, Sti ahlen ii. 5 11. ; BIIGr. 19^. 2. 

JlaxnJi col. 3120. of streaked or changeable 
colour. PI. f. JkLlAttJLd of the colour of 
pigeons plumage, Natur 32. 5. 



r^io^ 



265 



f*da 



)isi+£ col. 31 21. i.e. )U( "pa niKpa, a bitter 

draught, bitters, Med. 45. 16, J^koS)? )£./ 

;.£u3 ll). 50. 12, 13; w a^.iw **.=> * J J^i>. *, 

J«~o.*3 JtofcoD* an aperient draught made 

from (does, ib. 74. 5, 273. 9, 291. 5. 

+^J2> a village in Tur Abdin, A.M. 11 iv. 
505. 13, 506. 10 = Mar Passus 65. 5, 66. 7. 
Probably 1. q. Feer, Pens. Mart. 28. 

i^Q col. 3071. Pers. »^j. an aped man, 
a minister of the Yezidis, in charge of fastis 
and feasts, Yezidis 114. 5; ocis ^9 Fir Bub, 
a great personage of the Yezidis, ib. 116. 9. 

&.£&!*, a^i^S or eveaj. j^ a^; ,2> q. v. Fir- 
gushnasp, Magian name of Mar Sabha, Pers. 
Mart, n. 184 = A. M. P>. iv. 227 bis, ff. n., 
Mar Passus xii. Syr. 4; s£ixs£ii*,ci^^3 liamr 
of Mar Grighor before baptism, Jab. 350. 12 
= Peis. Mart. 78 11. 716. 

)6;„»-3 Pers. jj^jJ Victorious, pr.n.m. Fro:, 
» o ^ . b J n^ ^ )6+*& Feroz of the Royal Race, 
mobed of Adiabene, temp. Sapor ii, M.Z. 53. 
142. Cf. ^o^ Snp[)l. Name of a medicine, 
a eu ( J 6 u3 vac q ^ ^ fco ( v the ant idote of Feroz 
A nosh } Med. 426. 9. 

i^oio^S ircpippaui(f) the flowing around 
of humour underneath the cornea of the eye, 
Med. 75. 22. 

4jooa.A^ij*9 TTepiyuo?, around, the earth, Georg. 
Aral). 1 7. 2. 

fr*§ T ) Fir in ■= Pert-he, A need. Syr. iii. 
316. 17. 2) Pirin, a fortress of Peit Zabdai, 
Mar Bassus 10. 119, 24. 315. 

U^d^a.9 the censer-bearer. Pre v. Ant. i. 
Cal. 29. 5. 

<^.£ol**9 col. 3123. Pers. sL.w (j£-^?, afore- 
runner, A.M. P. ii. 25. 9. 

^»6(1^a9 HvOtns, the Pythian, Gest. Alex. 
195. 2, 198. 2 &c. Jfcs^ofc^ ^6)1^*9 the 
Pythian virgin, the Pythoness t ib. 3r. 8, 
109. 9. Cf. jsq^Isa9 col. 3124. 

v5ol^3 Heb. DriQ, Hex. Uioayp. I'itJiom, one 
of Pharaoh's treasure-cities, Ex. i. 11, ed. 
Lasr. 



^£> col. 3124. Ethpa. yk&ll to crumble, 
fall to pieces, add : ^gn°>ko£>o ^*\^L]^o 

paper, wood, and stone rot and fall to pieces, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 72. 27, 205. 22. 

^3, \JL& 2) the jaw, jowl. Add : Jli.9 
vdavTcs, the tusks of a wild boar, Gest. Alex. 
174. 12; ^^ |vas Nars. ed. Ming. ii. 
357. 2. 

Ki.o.9 col. 3125. crumbly, consisting of soft 
or loose j^^ticles, a, substance which is kLasi 
JjL^Io loose (end dry when *L^fco£ subjected 
to pressure «~:L_^K_jio becomes consolidated 
and if ^.^i moist when * t .^1^j*> squeezed 
u t,.*, \ lfesJio can be kneaded, N. Hist. iii. i. 
sect. 2. 

<&x2> col. 3125. to be or become tasteless. 
Add : cH*>.-»f chh9u 76/! ?7s odour grow faint, 
Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 219 ult. Pa. ©*iii* add: 
lo*.rx3 )^-sqX.X thou- hast declared the world, 
insipid, dull, Uormizd 3431 ; )Lo»*-*^0 
yOcH Am o*a2>r iOai°>jy your sted fastness 
will make their guile of no avail, Josephus vi. 
10. 1. 

<haA3, ]ov^9 11. 4 and 5 of par. jl^^a*, 
)Lo*la3 add ref. Jul. 48. 4. Ethpa. o*asiL^* 
to fail, be in vain of an attack, Josephus vi. 
4. 1, J^o^a*, c*a£L/ his boasting fell flat, 
ib. 29 ult. 

Uoojo&aS col. 3127 ult. Trntjapds, a hard 
biscuit, Anectl. Syr. ii. 348. 22. 

l^^oo-QciaS dimin. of the preceding word, 
na^apnTia for TTa^afjuidui, a little biscuit, Anecd. 
Syr. iii. 172. 24. 

&£> col. 3128. to bind. Metaph. *o.:>fcs..j 
U±~ +*+2£> «-D let them sit silent, Mar Aba 
ii. 140 ; (fc#o»o^7) v**^ 3 t° w;? '^ damped hands 
opp. ^a^ J> outstretched, Takhsa 22. 12; 
uj;a3 cHi^-^a.^ the world held me fast in its 
net, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 137. Pael i.k§ to 
bind up wounds, JL +a2i&> Med. 43. 11. 

lis col. 31 31, 1) to seek out, ^\2> |^;jo 
yoo^ ooc* G. AVarda ed. A. Deutseh 8. 5. 
2) to chew, masticate JU I^1I^*ijLso? Joo 
^*oooct&^ ^iijJtJo ^^9 birds because they 

m m 



Ad* 



266 



r^Cll* 



do not chew their food thoroughly in their 
mouths have crops, N. Hist. vii. 6. 5. 

£0^3 col. 3132. denom. verb from JUJ^- 
Ethpa. l^^L/ to be spoken of in parable, 
to be compared, c+z* )\£.\&kj£s \+mm* Lglo^d 

BH. on Prov. i. 1. 

» 

lLoL'JiS allegorical. IT. JJui'Jls allegorists, 
Hist, Mon. ii. 349 n. 

lis col. 3133. MaJabathrum, betel, Med. 
92. 18, 99. 2, 237. 6, 354. 3 and often. 

JfJu=>Jis <l>\(tfiuitia, Flavias city and bpric, 
Sev. Lett. 59. 16. 

Ju^^jJL-3 <fm\uyyiov, a spider, N. Hist, 
vii. 2. 2. 

*mi>Ji3 col. 3134. 111.pl. 7iAfi/ce?, slabs of 
marble, )j.oJl9 Jac. Kdes. Hex. xliii. 7, ^©JIs 
ib. 48. 16. Cf. ^oXo col. 3163. 

*£oq-JJLw-dJ1-3 pr.n.m. <I>XukiXXo?, Flacillos, 
Ant. Patr. 298 no. 27. 

>jco &2lS2> col. 3134- </Ae\/y, -/3«s, a vein, ^ma^S 
Hebraica iv. 212. 135. 

15*^9. JL^ob col. 3137. add: a decision 
^lx>?f ^.N,*/ S!5 ^ :s0 *^<h* ^<^Q-3 oo» o o©» 

7/# ^/«?;e £//^ same decision in like cases, Sev. 
Lett. in. 9, 163. 3. 324. 5, 494. 4, 7. 

)4^3 col. 3138. part, half LI. 25 ff. of 
par. li^^NaX Jio-^i ellipt. Midnight pra/ycr, 
PH. P.O. C. 191 1, xii. 273. 30. Oeomet. 
• o^ch^^*? ^^M& *-*'^ halves of the diameter 
=r radii, N. Hist. ii. cap. iii. 6. L. 7 af. 
hemiplegia, Med. 54. 8, 10, 96. 5. Cf. 

k^£s col. 3 1 39. 25 of par, for Ok. <j)d\ay£, 
a jthalanx, army, add: Oest. Alex. 134. 10, 
206. 8, 207. 4 and often; Hist. Mon. i. 108. 
12, 228. 21, 302. 18. 

]Lcu^^-3 col. 3140. 8. in compos, half 
\}s*jx> Iq^^S half dead, add : Pet. Ib. 67. 13 ; 
JIcl^d la^XaX rjfXLTTvoos, (Jest. Alex. 52. 4, 
Jicuso la^\Q>^ ib. T42. 8. L. 20 ^*iL?" 

wAo half-heartedly follow God, Is. Nin. B. 
232. 1. Oeomet. »6j.^£L* Lo^>£ radius 



of a circle, N. Hist. ii. cap. iii. sect. 6. 
Lexx. 1. 3 IjL*9 lci.^^9 hemicrania, headache 
of the brows and forehead, icu^^3f )l^Jo ^»-X 
U,» Med. 33. 5 ff., 48. 17, 60. 17. 

JLd^^sLio f. a division, jUa^^N ! v\-> ^*J!Lao 
the Third Clime is tranquil in its divisions, 
Poet. Syr. 43. 4 af. 

is^U4^a^3 (JJ) indivisibly, Loof's Nest. 
375- 10. 

JL'cui^^SksJMD col. 31 4 1. 4 af. with JJ, 

indivisibility, Put. Hap. Philos. 2. 5. 

K^sL m. pi. Turk. dUJy rj/Zes, Yezidis 
US- 5. 

(k^^3 pr. 11. f. Pelagia, Lewis, Oospcls vii; 
Stud. Syr. ix. 48. 8, 306. 5 but U^3 ib. 
280. Cf. JIs^S col. 3142 under uaocu^^S. 

jH^.i^is col. 3143. 2, phlegmatic, Med. 
19. 15, 217, 17. 

)k^2> see jfc^ci^s. 

wu oio^cH-^S* col. 3443. rfjXeyfjLovi], inflamma- 
tion, Hippoc. v. 21, vi. 39, 47, vii. 15. 

J^rsa^oC^ phlegmatic, of the phlegm,, ^& 
JISaI.n^ch^S jLa^* N * \W*&. vii. 5. 2. 

*^3. t ^.a3 col. 3143. steel ; Uojjo* 1u*3 
?JJd3 oo»? Chimie 21. 14, #^a3? Jl^a^o 

a steel filing , ib. 52. 18. 

]Lpf)u*(o N-9 var. jLa_*a-^-9 IlXovtapKa (?), 
riXomVtiwi or IlAoL'iVaXa, Ptol. one of the Isles 
of the Blest, Jac. Edes. Hex. xix. 14. 

t£oju 9(o^9 cj)Xvfif)la, -9, nonsense, *op)L»'(o.\9 
fc#o»oX^> I^aOo/ Manicheisme 142. 4. 

)fS ^ X o> Arab. i^li QaVat Felluje on 
the Euphrates, latitude of ."Baghdad, where 
irrigation from that river begins, jLa.*/ 

Sassanidi 28 ult., Jl^^S ib. 29. 1. 

)oo>o\<=> col. 3I4H- Pelusiuni, )ujoJa«*3 
Dion. 27. 13, 17, 19 but JLl.Jcl^k9 1. 7 prob. 
misprint. 

ya^a^.9 col. 3145. Pluto, oxij o,.^ cu^-9 
gen. case IIXoutwpos, Arist. Apol. JL-. 15. 

)l^Q.^9 col. 3145. felt, \>£6^+Q a felt coat 
or cloak, cut to measure, Oest. Alex. 198. 3, 7> 



200. 



0> 



ncl*VkO,Ya> 267 

Assyrians of to-day wear felt 



r<Lftia&GTA& 



coats. 

JL^a.!^ Pulchcria Empress, Pleropli 



II, 12. 



yd^a col. 3146 nit. Malahathrum, betel or 
base cinnamon, Med. 49. 5, 87, 17? 16 r. 18 &c. 
It. (Jjq.^ ib. 290. 13. I.q. Jl3 see above. 

[»^Vo> pr. n. f. Palona of Thcssalonica, 
Hist. B.V.M. 127. 2. 

\£ cui» cl^S col .3147. a citizen of Pelusium, 
pi. )ijcuxpc\N9f jl^u^so Doc. Mon. 136. 9, 
143- 4- 

%& cOa^ o\9 pr. 11. m . UXovaiavos, Plousiamis, 
Sev. Ant, Vit. 89. 7. 

o»)l9q.^3 pr. 11. m. nfko\jf y Pelops, BH. 
Econ. iii. 1. 

acoioXS Floras mart. o»o*aXo a^oic^S 
J?om» uoi^/ Brov. Ant. i, 



o.) 



. 11 



u»„ ^L°> col. 3149. 14 af. To work, form, 
fashion, J 9 ojls> c*.>l^.S — t^-*-^ ^^-^ °^ * n ° 
creation of Adam, Jac. Sar. Mom. iii. 159. 
16 ; J(^>( v-X^ lLx>o( fioXvpftovpyos, a plumber, 
Sev. Ant. Vit. 208. 8, cf. JlcL-LuS s~-^-2> 
X(^K(if(Du, to be, a smith, work in metal, Arist. 
Apol. <^. 17 ; ^*r>oJLD wXa he served in the 
monastery, Hist. Mon. i. 254. 8. ^iJ;J^ » X ,9 
man-worshipper, epithet applied to Nestor ius, 
Jo. Tell. 40 ult. Etlipe. u*^9l( to be performed 
^{^oo^^^Sboc? ]L<a*«-? the monastic life 
which is perfectly led, K.O.C. iv. 341. 8. 
Aph. sj£&l v to make to serve, to rule over 
^^Lk=> w^^ajio? an official of the Palace, 
Pallad. 57. 11 = A.M.B. v. 75- M- 

} J r 1 \ ctcs col. 3150. business. Add : 66» 
\ L '± T pjL U~~-Xcu2> <*X ls-»2? ne who has 
anything to do with women, .Pallad. 759- 9* 
A cloth, c*o^3 Jt^ U~^o.a^ he wrapped it 
in a clean cloth, Pet. lb. 39. 10, 40. 6. 
Parchment, ^^°* ^=>fcofco U U^o.9 ^.^ 
Stud. Syr. Pahm. 42. 11, yOo*^ Joe* ofco 
|sJL«sXa2) ^.Sm ib. 42. 13. A „ Service P>ook, 
Hist. Mon. i. 47. 7, 9, many service books are 
inscribed )^aa£ ^^ Uo* U-l^ciS com Mar 
Shamta presented this Service Book, ib. 1. 11. 



[J»S& col. 3 1 5 1. a soldier ; the planet Mars, 
Chimie 291. 6. 

J^JLi^ after the manner of a servant, opp. 
l^»MNv> royally, Nest. Herac. 30 ult, 31. 
14. 18. 

)Lcl**^j3 col. 3152. service, worship) add: 
|u».j^-^ ta**^9 av6pQ)TTo\aTp€ia, anthropolatry, 
so bis opponents called the opinion of 
Nestorius, Sev. Ant. Vit. 242. 6. 

J]^.a^9 a plaster, Med. 575. S, 9. 

£j\3 Aph. ^j£s^col. 3153. delete the 
ref. to K id -w- Dim. To free, loose X.^La.^ 
«-o»Q.^.^a.3 the net or upper table of an 
astrolabe moves freely in its grooves, De 
Astrolabe 74. 

)l^Ls col. 3 t 54. 1) freedom, case ; a groove, 
see under Aphel. 2) Jl£I*jL ^^L.3 dislocation 
of the joints, ref. Med. 112. 20. 

he wrote after the Greek manner of amplifica- 
tion, Anecd. Syr. iii. 200. 2. 

^floo.^.^3 UaXros, a Syrian city on the 
border of Phoenicia, Sev. Lett. 51 n. 4. Cf. 
uxxx^^ks^s above. 

i»^14^ A.M.B. v. 148. 5 = Pallad. 
322. 5. corr. tflpoAvo^A^ciS noXtTtvofjLfvos, 
a magistrate) a^jsi^^ ib. 266. 11. Cf. 
nivi^\2 col. 3 1 56. 

»Qj.>o ^» N,..S?> col. 3156. coriander, [ *« a v> 
y6i-oa^v3? Jicfcsjit Med. 140. 20. 



L^.^9 corr. t£&^^£ UXaTata, Plataeae, 
Gest. Alex. 125. 8. 

^.^3 transliteration of Filio : see )?*-3 
Charms 6 mod. 



V 



CLwJXS 



20 



Med. 266. 10, 425. 
»cu^o3 Teuerium polinm, q.v., col. 3063. 

UciSo;^ col. 3157. assurance, confirma- 
tion, ).iIX^o )Io?om» fc^oo/ im-fCLSoi^S 
U-*^> Lci^, )o£±} ^» ooo»? Pleropli. 11. 1, 



26 

a great and undoubted assurance, ib. 

52. 7; Sev. Ant. Vit, 108. 2. 

m m 2 



45- 



1 2 



>l& 268 

]p\S col. 31/58. |jsu^9 arid: p>Xfo J±^2> 
crooked and distorted, Hormizd 2429; c*%*.j±d 
Jtoo2^9 of the moon, Prognostic. i8r, 20 v. 

^\o). Jlm^aS col. 3 r 60. a com: JLm^a.9 
H^k^.x> Jl^J*>* |oo)o»? Jcchia^clj Epiph. 2. 

ya.m.^9 cfrtikcrov, falsified, forged, Anecd. 
Syr. iii. 160. 17. 

|^.£a^9 7r\ci(TT<k, false, forged, |^m,N^ |iil^.o 
uxiAjQofo* J?©*? Anecd. Syr. iii. 221. 15. CL 
*fia^m^9 col. 3160. 



caAa^x^ 



12^ 



t> ^ ^_rv% .^\ft col. 3 1 6 1 . * a. 



^ or 



^ci.>ciA^XAm^a zAc balsam, A.M.B. vn. 39, 

;xxl^ denom. verb from Lat. falsarius, 
a forger. To forge, falsify, o( <£l!i* ^sd 
JI^H £l^*JL 0/ ;flftN<5> Sev. Lett, 76. 



20, 



JUm^2oo lU^/ ib. 19. 14; f. pb yyso^a^D 
ib. 505. 10. 

J*am^.9 col. 3161. Lat, preseura, a press, 
mangle. L. 7 of par. corr. to «a,JVoa.o. 

an^.k<ttX9 7raXauTTfHK(>i, frequenters of the 
palaestra\ Ul^oo Jmo Ji^^L/" ^M^> But. 
Sap. Isag. 1 r. 4. 

>^2^ col. 3161. to shake off a yoke, ^o 
>*XsJ ? c*^ fc^ U»*.vim^' Hormizd 2846 



with gloss )i*j IcLaajao %++( 



U^>9 



„■*> 



JLsl^D ^90 J»o* ^ap, infui. n^Si-sclX ib. 

2850. Aph. ^^W" to throw off, o^^2>( 
woo^N? J&d^a^. Jab. 481. 8. To make 
to cast off* the yoke ^ciaXc^j H? ycuf n*^W 
\JL-La, )l^o^ Hist. iron. i. 26 ult. 

a»a^\St\.a perb.7ra/x(/)Xoyo?,^ all-flaming, 
Ephr. Ref. i. 58. 4. 

^9,_^9 col. 313 1. pepper, M^pjot y++ jt >^ o 
u^a.^9? JZ^Isoi? Med. 141. 20. PI. UA\9 
JfcLa-»M fon# pepper pods, ib. ult., fcvJ^Ll 
« ^ S. o N:_s /7/ree pepper corns, ib. 45. 21, 
260. 9. 

jr. <sftXoi\£ col. 31^2. pepper root, ref. Med. 
312. 1 6, 19. 

)j^9 7rA«£, -Kd, a fiat stone, a tablet, lfl\3 
U^! Ebed J. Cj.nl. 27. 5, <*^ ? |£*S 
with gloss L-^ci-^k Hormizd 3235. The 



vowels are probably by confusion with J.ia^9 
a battle axe. 

.fioa^j^ji col. 3163. a stork, ref. BHCarm. 
104. 16. 

JL;.9;^9 sec |uia9o;*\9. 

«^>a.A.9;.9..sci..9 Pamprepios, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
40. 2, 6, daoa*9o*9J*i9 Anecd. Syr. iii. 352. 4. 
I. q. a»a*9ov9oL3 q. v. 

^9 Pan, Cost, Alex. 181. 13. 

^.9 (? Jjcl^) var. v ;9. ML Pan in Outer 
Ethiopia, Anecd. Syr. iii. 330. 1. 

)JLl9 col. 31 7 1. a, turning point. Add: 
jTa-*©^ JULl-9 being two-thirds drunk, Jo. 
Tell. 73 ult. 

JloL-ij9 turning again, JW la-sol ^^ 
)lcuo9 G. Warda ed. A. Deutsch 27. 17. 

)^.Jl9 midday meal, hutch ref. ^Lop*^ JJ-** 
^!s^a.A^X JL{o yl^^i^N. UW BH. Stories 
70. 371. 

Jjl9 <pi]vr), the ossifrage eagle, Anecd. Syr. iv. 
53. 19, 26. 

a<»Jj.9 (U>/) pr.n.111. Vit. Mon. 12. 1. 

^clJ£>o*x9 pr. n.m. Bers. p^-o sU.), Pers. 
Mart. 70, nn. 620, 621 = A.M.B. ii. 649. 

a±:*D oJ^a Ql9 Trvf v/inTo/za^m, fighters against 
the Holy Spirit, viz. followers of the heresy 
of jUaccdonius, k**oj yi-b^ i*-ji,!^jD_jso cujo» 
Q-Aljo^njio ^oomIS-? Coupes ii. 136. 3 af. 

^p> V fv%^(> |C> v7ro[ivr]<rTiKov, index, of works, 
R, Duval on Labourt's De Timotheo 1, Journ. 
As. 1905, 179. 

uaxl9oi9ai9 V anayno'pias or Pamprepios, 
Bp. of Titiopolis in Isauria, Diosc. ed. Nau 
66 ult., 67, 8 ff., Pleroph. Introtl, 8. 5; 
43 ult., 47. 12, uaoo^9^9ciX9 ib. 52. 4; ct. 
a»Ox9>9~>Ci9. 

Uio> TrivTYi — Trtinrrr), the fifth year, Anecd. 
Syr. iii. 200. 17, 225. 4, 249. 22. Cf. [$•*& 

7T€fX1TTT} COI. 3165. 

o»gu£jl9 col. 3176, it€!>t€ 0€<>i, God of five 
provinces 0000.^x9 JLo^iL cJ.)J Joo* u-^9? 
^^J^/ ^-^ JoS. of^^S. Dan. 57 a 8. 

■ ^AnQ - i*-Q> TrevTttTroXir, <Ac Cyrenaica, 
Diosc. ed. Nau 105. 10. 



mi& 



269 



r<iixiiJ^AA^i&& 



*-oS perh. Ar. Xoli a preparation of sugar 
and almond = marzipan 1 ."Dozy Suppl. Used 
with various drugs for palsy, &c. Med. 137. 
10, 242, 1, 245. 21. 

yisl( see under JbjL*9 Suppl. 

JiSb and y±2> col. 3178. «±3 Penek or 
Penk, a village in 1 >eit Zabde, near the Tigris, 
Chast. 3, 17, Bar Penk. i. 11. 3; ^13 A.M.B. 
i. 452. 9, a Persian city? ib. iv. 215 pen. 

\IAi§> from yiS. an inhabitant of Phanak 
or Penck, )ua±3 «.:* ^L~c» Par Penk. 1. 4 tit.; 
yXS o^^-o ^.X ]*„0l^j£>? t>>. ^ .. a^^ 
*i^ lua±3, Journ. As. 1897, l6 9- 6. 

jonm.\MQ Mnemosyne, Arist. Apol. c^. 
20. Cf. U*i*> a-sai-so col. 2193. 

Jmx3 col. 3178 pen. Geop. 48. 22 corr. 
Jj*i? \tx*i2> fir cones as ib. 49. 15, 1 13. 5. 

oaoamajLS cognomen of a certain John, 
Vit. Hon. 1 1 ult, 

vo.19. jLcuaiaaD luxury, add: Jab. 485. 8. 

un-3 col. 3181 ult. Delete tho line: it 
is a mistake for ^aao. 

)fclm9 col. 3182-3. 14 f. sole of the foot, 
2>«fo& of the ham!, add: )++( l^naS JLx> lis/ 
?io/ rt handbreadtli, Joscphus vi. 14. 17. 
TjI. 18 and 26 a linen or cotton cloth, a rag, 
bandage, pi. |uoa.S Med. 43. 17, 18, ^.iL ^Q^ 
tffcio? )^3 ib. 553. 18, 570. to, 571. 14, 
578. 8, jj^maji ^^i (/ ' ? l ) ^ w*# ?>/ ? *^ il>« 
588 pen., 596. 2. J napkin, G. Warda 
Hippoc. Trad. vii. 11. 20. A head veil, BA. 
under ]J^.-Vjcsj3 col. 3752. 

^oo[m9 red rhubarb, «jofr c* \pU ouoM 
)fcs.Q.v>og> Chimie 5. 9. 

*4m3 place-name, near Seleueia-Ctesiphon, 
Jab. 262. 10. 

.CL^a&-30fl&3 Psychapollon, ^vxanoWwv, 
destroyer of souls, nickname given to Horn polio 
by the plebs of Alexandria, Sev. Ant. Vit. 
32 pen., Nau II. O. C. iv. 548 n. 4. 

ycu^cittv ) col. 3185. PI an! ago psyllium, 
flea bane, add: JLJq.^,5 ^f) 5* \0-Osk cv_£a-9 



N. Hist. iii. ii. sect. 4, vi. 3. 2, Med. 93. 11, 
14, 297. 2. 

PQm9 P'som, an Egyptian martyr, Sev. 
Ant. Hymns 610. 2. 

M»cim3 (fxKT(T€i<Tm, to dig a treneli, JLoocisa9 
]»d*j*B.:» o»-v\ Anecd. Syr. iii. 256. 22. 

JL^mS col. 3187. 6. 7rcimrTv\tov, a porch, 

^cl*^£cl3 n'uTTtoixa. a pledge, Hormizd 312. 

U.o&£>, )Jcusa*9, Ulaocfe &c. col. 3187. Pers. 
^.^il, ^L^jJ, ^jL^y, ^L~i, a whetstone, I.Lbw 
ZDMG. xlv. 699. 

^l^^ixiS for ^»ts ^N^Am3 : see below. 
Chimie 50. 14, 51. 12. 

a»CL£>^Am3 col. 3187. 2 of par. parrot, 
ref. Ephr. ed. Lamy iv. 363. 2/3. 

o*^*£x& a kind of fish, N. Hist. vii. 

2. 3 infra. 

Unlock m. pi. yfnxla, bits of bread, Pet. 
Ib. 84. 7. 

JLaaS the stop x, Epiph. 7. 6. 

w*2^*£o3 >\ru\i], a Greek accent, Hebraic a iv. 
168. Syr., 2. 

^k ocu aft g) col. 3188. 1) yfrtpvOiov, white lead, 
^tvAV\Apn9> Chimie 5. 13, 11. 5, 12. 10, 

25. 10, for eye lotion, Med. 81. 7, 18, 22, 
82. 6. 

^hooOaaciS 111. pi. yjfrjv€$, the gall-insects which 
infest the fruit of the wild fig, N. Hist. vii. 

3. 1 intra. 

^cci.LA.m.S II taaivovs, Pessi'nus, a village, 
Sev. Lett. 95. 3. 

*ca*m3 col. 3188. logic, affirmation, *&l+jx>\& 
)%J^£^o \v\a\> oc^a. il donne le nom do 
</)<iiTts an nom et an verbe, Probus 91. 8, 
c v , v> sr\ » g^Q^CLfloo yoa-*.£o^ Tekkaf 31. 2) 
apparition of a star, De Astrolabe 266. 

U^-a^cl3 Uacricj)drj, Pasiphae, Arist. Apol. 

Civ*. 11. 

ycuA.a.^p^cciS yjsrjfalov, a voting room, Sev. 
Lett. 121. 6. 

ICO _ 

^n^.ia^.a.^0,.9 \j/7jd)LafxnTLKOL, rati /table, 
marg. Ujla^a^jL But. Sap. ii. cap. 1, pt. 2. 



AjDfl& 



270 



CUltt& 



^£o9 col. 3189. to hew stone, to quarry, 
add: \jLL> \om9r omjci^ ^ao Par Penk. 
33. 4 ; ]&»![ o>^ ^*2^x&9? ^L? 'wall-breakers, 
A.M. P>. v. 551. 16. 

o\ r^.c» Psylli, an African tribe, snake- 
charmers, WZKM. ix. 97 11. 1. 

.cp'c\ >c\ frOk fnr .m .>ti\ cvQ ) cf)\6fxos, verbascum, 
Natur 8. 10. 

)•» 1 oft o Ilfo-fi/Sa/wu, an Ethiopian tribe, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 330. 5. 

uxnxn.3 cob 3 1 91. ^t}v, the gall-wasp which 
impregnates the female flower of the palm, 
I. Low ZDMG. xlv. 700. Cf. *x»o^JLm3. 

)iy™o>™o> from ^afrm^ cob 3 1 84. f. dicing, 
r>II. Eeon. 1. 2. 

)\? ™ o> ™ o> cob 3184. Afedicago saliva, 
lucerne, Med. 53. II, 54. 12, 172. 18, Ar. 
PflnN. 95. 422. 

sii-A-3 cob 3193. 2) to decree. Impers. 
<i^ HZo fcv£ii&3 it is sure and certain, Ephr. 
Jos. 177. 3. With ^y-iL ; JUci^ai jamS* 
[y\>> ^ ©>a2j ^ji- a man cannot be a monk 
unless he convicts himself of folly continually, 
Pallad. 746. 10. To tax, ^am2> [x±~i=> U? 
v o(hA\ Dion. 233. 19. L. 3 6 U*o^ ^^ 
«o»Q_ilo he crossed the road in front of him, 
Mar Kiirdag 8. 14; but U>o/ v^ or aAs 
Ar. <pJa.ll *J« to 'rob on the highway, Nbkh 
on Dion. WZKM. x. 166, Jls-Ljo/ uAatd 
highwaymen, Dion. 198. 13, 199. 6. With 
J!lo to take usury, Syn. (Jr. 180. 21. Pa^s. 
part, n - ™ -°> , JuL^m^, jl^ - a ^wftv * determined, 
decreed, JJ^alaiS? )L^* ^ end of all things 
decreed, Ephr. ed. Lamy iii. 1 87. U*^:=> (*W) 
\sx*£o.2> excommunicated, schismatic, Diosc. ed. 
Nau 86. 4. Ethpe. ga^sl/* to 6« spoiled, 
crushed, Jfcl^aD? P ^ )c£^7 jiixibIX J> wAm 
a rih lias perished from gangrene, Med. 223 11 It., 
224. 1. Mctaph. o*1£^a*j ^£> o»J* dii»9L( 
/m fotc& was broken by fear, Hist. iMon. i. 
2ir. 8. Ellipt. with )£^j» understood, 
^^ c^ _\ v ,a_jBi-3k— >? ho that /«# life was 
despaired of, Pet. lb. 41 ■ 10; aom °> l( 
'o^LL<±~ her thoughts were broken off] confused 
as the result of evil living, Pallad. 169. 20. 



JuLsclS cob 3195. 2) oxymel, U^o? Uk*** 5 
JLai»a9> 0/ Chron. Min. 46 j)en. = Jo. Tell., 
Life of. 

JLt..Q.tf)Q < -Q cob 3195. 4 af. hewing, l-^j-J 
)uLa..coa3? a woodcutters axe, Philox. 9. 1. 
A term of years, Coupes ii. 112. 

\&c£& cob 3197. a rag, J^sx^f liamft,") *&*, 
strain through a woollen tammy, Med. 587. 15, 
Ufco? JLjso j&£n2> a scrap of blue cotton, ib. 
1. 18. J tatter, broken bough 1 tywrKrjl if the 
moon in Dec. J^iiaoS *o<*r> aa.2u )jN1*(? jo~*O0 
)u^j) ~jj^? ^/ y6o^ ~jj^o Prognostics 
28. v. 2) a flock, JjL^jo U-^>? iiicn9 Am/s 0/ 
sheep and goats, Anecd. Syr. ii. 311. 10; 
Jfd^ h*A*i> ^g>£a£> ^fim3 V.^lo at Goliath's 
threats, the Heck of Israel s£o0<i m huddled 
groups on the mountains, Jac. Sar. Horn. ii. 
36. 1 1. 3) the abdomen of an insect, )^^1=> 
]lsi*iD y^iL^o ^J>'iJkj£> ^»oiixoa3 *-»*? cicadas 
make a shrill noise and tune with the membrane 
at their abdomen, N. Hist. vii. 2. 3. 

[AsLb cutting, J^i« )?t^ Urn^f \-*>i¥ 
]£&~ ^j.3 )+£u ]imj the diiferent kinds of 
cutting arc scraping, gashing, sawing, boring, 
piercing, and digging, N. Hist. iii. cap. i. 
sect. 2. )t-»jo kO.md cjAtfioTOfiir], blood-letting, 
ilippoc. vi. 22, 30, 35, 45, vii. 44. (sic)aiAs? 
i~>La^> at the conclusion of a Motwa, Takhsa 
90 infra. jornS Loi^L an innovation, see 
jioL*-** Sii})pb Gram. ( ^ » <* <£ o> pi. 
Joj-^iAiim.9 an abbreviation, contraction. 

JLcLCLm.3 assessment of taxes, Dion. 204 ult. 

^]Lafift9fcsj« occasionally, CI j aid. P>rev. 
^l, ♦.oL, with JJ un intermittently, ]]ar Sab 
in Lit. 87. 13. 

Jl^A.CLoa3 cob 3198. Add: tyaaKifoov, a monk 's 
habit, Vit. Dan. IbO.C. v. 398 n. 2 ; the text 
bus jV^md I. 13. Cf. Chald. ^PpS. 

*n\»n\sia±s Faschasius, a deacon, Anecd. 
Syr. iii. 217. 23. 

;.m3 Pa. ;m.3 to reject, cast off, ds^pvU ^\o* 
yOo^uGU o^m^ Dion. 191. n. 

ya*ixa9 pr.n.m. Pesarion, Pet. lb. 35. 8. 



r£*iG&vfia2k 



JL*90^.mJ> col. 3199. a small flat cake, 
JuJoKcnS ^i^>Jbo? **^o* pastry cooks, Ballad. 
121. 6. 

>fc£> pass, part, col. 3200. Jfco>^9 J1^2ld^d 
JLcctt^t K((j)a\rj €(r<l)ayf.icvi] (Is Bdvarov, Apoc. 
xiii. 3 Gwynn, JIcl»X ^a^j U^* ed. Bngst. 
Ethpa. ^^SbU* to be incited with stones. , Anecd. 
Syr. iii. 205, 23 ; J^a9 [L^Xo *+*( *cOOsS|^j 
Bhilox. ed. Guidi 487 a 5; <*^£ ^Ly^zs 
^LsI^d JJo i\V=> uCMO^f to devils made 
him able to fly in the air and he did not fall 
and get bruised., llormizd 2790, 2795. 

^J^3 col. 3201. denom. from ]L±& to be 
a labourer, to labour, WZKM. xvii. 199, xxii. 
199. K.'s quotation from S. Ephr. J;.£U^> 
. a^k^aj U+=> **Xj^9 is in B II. Gr. i. 48. 10 ; 
»,* 4 *o ^.^9 ^aId our company laboured 
fasting, Ephr. cd. La my iv. 387. 17; "^^3 
♦.Aofcoeo Jul. 77. 13. 

JbkCuS for Jl^cuQ a radish, Med. 585. 3 
and often. 

♦J^3 col. 3202. to open the mouth wide, 
uxod fa.^9L k^>L yj Ephr. Ilef. ii. 36. 23. 

j^.^3 Ar. s^cli Xantlioxylou Avicennac, Ihn 
Bait ed. Leclerc no. 1650 (from Duval's 1111. 
on Cliiiriie), ]^^S? i.oo Chimie 38. 13. 

\\n- t nTq> » 1&+A a kind' of oak, J A OS. xx. 
192. 5, Med. 557. 4- (if - RV-V9 col. 3203. 

*&3 pr.n.m. Pap, &.£ «.:> XjoU Anecd. Syr. 
iii. 206. 19. 

[sks> for U.o a parrot, Gest. Alex. 211. 9. 

|u^3 llanos, the island Faphos, Epiph. 6. 6. 

^"2> to separate, yhj} J <b.j? Jl/ two snakes 
fought and another came to separate them, 
(uncertain) ^Esop's Fables, Brit. Mus. Or. 
2084. 49 v, llochfcld Fabeln 29 ])en. 

JLcui-Sfco^ escape^ liberty, ^_"*>* JLa.u.9fcoo 
lu^OfAo^:** ifcvw* )>aj Can. J. Tell. 29. 13. 
\i 1 ™ Jj jfcLwJLaaJso JLoii.sfco© a reasonable 
man does ?io£ o?yVc£ to a 'moderate amount of 
liberty, But. Sap. Eth. iv. 5. 

JlV-9 i.q. )r^, JL'»S « ^ ^.jcl^ kji&j *o 
Jlo.2> G. Warda ed. A. Deutsch. 17 ult. 



271 rdlo^ 

w*-3 Ethpe. s** y &\( col. 3208. to rejoice. 
Cu+jsl? evcjipaivarOe, Apoc. xii. 12 ed. Gwynn, 
cush-aaoLf Bagst. ; ^Iam^^oo dyaWLco^v, ib. 
xix. 7 Gwynn, jo;-> Bagst. Eth pa. ^*.3i.f 

to suffer from dysury, see BA. J_J\, juX^X 
w*.9fcsj*b? ZDMG. xlii. 459. 2. 

l^Jj-dlygiNa col. 321 1. cheerfully, Hist. 
Mon. i. 124. 20. 

)laj,jl T a->c> joking, given as one of ten causes 
of exasperation, But. Sap. Eth. iv. 5. 

^.9 col. 32 1 1. IKcfe m. i.q. IJls sawing 

planks, \&f ^»cx2l^ ]*clc&j But. Sap. Thcol. 

3- 2 - 

^.^-jsl Arab. J-^.^ajij' 2)articularization, 
*%*> 2)1? Jlrsl^o a frooA; giving details, Dion. 
232. 9. 

♦..a.9. JLoa.9 col. 3215. (tvi'tci^is, a task, 
Hex. Ex. v. 14, 18 &c. Lag. 

Utodl9 a command. Add: ]ulaXj» |ul£o9 
Imperial edicts, Sev. Ant. Yit. 91. 10, Jab. 
1.50. 5. Authority, he restored to the 
Catholicos )Uso Uloo-S authority and the 
symbol of it, ib. 43. 9 ; orders, requisitions, 
yOOM^V ^^ JJUglS ^-^ ib - io 7- r > 9- 

J^l^as given orally of God's laws, opp. 
^IL^^JD and k-4^»fco, Syn. Or.- 138. 29. 

JL<x>*.A9fcc3D subjection to command, obedience 
opp. JLo?cuft3, Nest. Herae. 238. 20. 

?a-A-9 name of the grandfather of the 
B.V.M., Schatzh. 212. 10, 226. 8. 

)^o9 Pqidha, first bishop of Adiabene, 
M.Z. 2. 2. 

lLsJ5Ci.9 col. 3219. i. q. )J-*.^.3 <f)atci6\ioi>, 
a kerchief] Anecd. Syr. iii. 324. 9. 

^>-a9 Ethpaial ^1cdL( denom. verb from 
1Lj&9 to put on a turban, wear a head-cloth, 
Lexx. under ^jisL/. 

lL.a9 a cloth, cloak, kerchief, add : JL*-a-3 

jlH^ *#L;j»? ){^^i ]^-*^o/ r N.B. E.-Syr. 

vowels, Jab. 81,. 12, Ul^-?? U-?^ J!^-* 2 ^ 
A.M. B. vii. 19. 

li.03 Lat. faecula, lees, sediment of vinegar 
or wine, ]lss)& Chimie 17. 9, J;-*w? ];^i H.aS> 
ib. 329 11. 3. 



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272 



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>^ii9 col. 3220. to crack, split open, frog's 
spawn ^£°> ^.xi*.? \£> Natur 50. to ; jLa9£n^ 
^ \ n.°>? for cracked lips, Med. 563. 6. 
Metaph. ^.a9 ^jLcw^ \&*( let the thought 
perish, Pal lad. 533. 14. 

Pa.^AS* denom. verb from [ts.^.Qa^c to sling, 
Pallad. 136. 20. A pi). ^L&l* to crackle as 
salt over a fir a, J^ja9.:*>? U^ Chimic 23. 
17. To sound a rattle j^^> ^J l^io.** 
^naj£>o the guard keeps watch and sounds 
a rattle, Lexx. under Is^joo DPP. 1737. 5. 

(j^q-S crackling, crepitation, add ref. the 
crackling of salt over the fire, (Jliiniie 31. 19. 

I...V.Q9 or I..V.Q.& col. 3222. 2) a crack, 
fissure, [l^lf }^ii.3 chapped hands, Med. 
5 f >3- 16, W? \SJ& 1. 19. 

Uxaa, jfcll±.vii9 plants growing in the plains 
opp. Jl^Ijia^ N. Hist. vii. 4.1. 

)lS.^Ji3 flat country, afield, add: a garden 
led, JL r ^. fcJ^? o»fcoLa3 R.O.C. iv. 257 ult. 

\1j l^iaa i . q . \1 3isJs^9 eol . 3223. of the 
plains, IfcHjfcL^iis JielL N. Hist. vii. 4. 2. 

) frf >y n oi\n col. 3223. a sling, >^.n Q> v> 
JsLjaiS? UW Jtl^n£i->a3 using a sling as an 
huntsman, Pallad. 136. 19. 

^a9. Ethpa. ;q^I/ col. 3223. to go mad, 
*J*9 ^Jx*( ^•t-a^V.i k*,» ^j*> 



rave, ^-*^ 



jJJLo [JcLNX»aa Prognostics 43. 

«.Aii9, U*.a3 col. 3224. 1) a highwayman, 
Hunt. Hi. under )^iqx> col. 3658. 2) one 
of the seven cedes, orders of the Yezidis, 
i.q. J franco a sacristan, Mt. Singar 25 ult., 
they perform menial duties, also they dance 
and teach the children, Parry's "Six Months 
in a Syrian monastery '', 362, 368. 

jiJiS 1) a vertebra, for (rnoi/8v\os, Ilippoc. 
iii. 25, Med. 113. 14, 18, 19, 21, pi. 1. 12, 
114. 2. 2) demented, Mod. 10. 8. 

J£ii9 dementia, raving, [AmJ*9 J£a9 Med. 
9. 8. 2) flatulence ^>£o_ k£ ; S W J^ |^ 
U^^Lo 0/ Jt^9 — ©C£ <Ar^ pain round the 
bell tj is called inflation or flatulence, ib. 19. 6. 

^ col. 3225. Ethpal. db-J&X to writhe, 
a snared bird J^*/ ''^J^ Ji-9^fcoo Pliilox. 
293. 10. 



JIs>a9 cornndsive agitation, Jab. 519. 2. 
;9 an Indian drug, Med. 141. 23. 
J 3 col. 3226. JiuS m.pl. for j>J£> fruits, 
Josephus vi. 7. 4 af. 

);9 col. 3228. an uneven number. Correct 
the first word quoted from P.O. to )4j^9. 
Add: ta^oj a-^o J«~»fcw. J-L*-±:*> li^ooi )l£ 
P. Sal. in Lit. 24. 14, 22; ^^ib l^p* vj° 
J^.9 ^J*w J^pJ ^a.^ J*2> r *»o ^.^ Pylands 
MS. xliv. 7 b and passim. 

J!,o;.9 col. 3229. f. a 1 tide, pelt, add: Jlo*9 
i^>^? «J1 with gloss i-l^X a sheepskin, A.M. P. 
vii. 79. 

jlcujaloiS f. peltry, deeding in hides, PH. 
Econ. 1.2. 

J?i3 Pat. praeda, prey, J^ml^j J?Lso )ljb> 
Journ. As. 1 901, 242 n. 5 = Test. Dili 8. 

J.^cujoii-.S Lat. pronomen, a pronoun, 
ULm, ^c> l^-oo/ JcSd-jolts Put. Sap. ii. 
ch. i. pt. ii. 

yO^l^S tt(i(MT6a, Perta in Lycaonia, Nold. 
P. S. 473. 98. 

ux>cl^U9 Fravitas, disciple of Acacius, 
Patriarch of Constantinople, Scv. Ant. Vit. 
102. 1. 

jk-aJUS a medicine containing oxide of iron, 
for fistula, &c, Med. 310. 17. 

isoa2>;9 Pers. pr. 11, m. ZPMC xliii. 397. 1. 

J.aja^t^iS var. jun^^^^S an Asiatic people, 
Anecd. Syr. iii. 334. 2 from Ptol. 

oi-m-l^a-^-S) Peis. jj or iZj*. glory. 
Farn-gushnasp, glory of the fire, Journ. As. 
1895, 348. Cf. «Aaa±A,ci <5 J;^9. 

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